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Reclassifying Soft and Hard News Culture Specific Findings or a Reflection of Gender?
Unformatted Document Text:  Haworth, J. (2000). “Women in Radio News: Making A Difference”. In: Mitchell C. (ed.), Women & Radio (pp. 250-261). London: Routledge. Holland, P. (1998). “The Politics of the Smile”. In: Carter C., G. Branston, & S. Allan (eds.), News, Gender & Power (pp. 17-32). London: Routledge. Kanter, R. M. (1977) Men and Women of the Corporation. NY: Basic Books. Karni, Y. (2001). “And Now for the News, Beginning at the End”. Globes, Financial Supplement, 32 (7.6.01). Katz, E. & Haz, H. (1995). “Twenty Years of television in Israel”. Z’manim, 52, 80-91 Katz, E., Yanovzki, Y., Haz, H. and Yalin, D., (eds). (2000) Leisure Culture in Israel. Tel Aviv: The Open University. Lachover, E. (2000) ‘Women Journalists in the Israeli Press’, Qesher 28: 63-74. Lafky, S. A. (1991). “Women Journalist”. In: Weaver, D. H., W. Cleveland & C. Wilhoit (eds.), The American Journalist (pp. 160-181). Bloomington: Indiana University Press. (2nd Edition). Lavie, A. (1997) ‘The Agenda as Shaped by Female and Male Editors in Israel’s Print Press,’ M.A Thesis, Ramat Gan: Department of Political Studies (Communications Track), Bar-Ilan University, Israel. Lavie, A. (2001). Radio and Gender in Israel. Women and Men in News Magazines and Current Affairs Programs in Kol Israel and Galei Zahal. PhD Thesis, Ramat Gan: Department of Political Studies (Communications Program), Bar-Ilan University, Israel. Limor, Y. & Lavie, A. (2002) The Feminization of the Media: The Case of Israel. Paper presented at the IAMCR annual conference, Barcelona, July, 2002. Limor, Y. & Man, R. (1997) Journalism – Collection of Information, Writing and Editing. Tel Aviv: Open University Limor, Y. & Nussek, H. (2001) “The Censorship’s Invisible Hand – Economic Censorshiop”. Qesher, 29, 98-110. Lippman, W. (1965). Public Opinion. New York: Free Press. [Originally published in 1922]. Luzzatto, D & Jacobson, Y. (2000). “Have Pink and Blue Become Interchangeable? Gendered Language in the Israeli Press”. Qesher, 28, 75-81. Mills, K. (1997). “What Difference Do Women Journalists Make?” In: Norris, P. (ed.), Women, Media and Politics (pp. 21-40). New York: Oxford: Oxford University Press. Mott, F. L. (1952). The News in America. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Authors: Lavie, Aliza.
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Haworth, J. (2000). “Women in Radio News: Making A Difference”. In: Mitchell C. (ed.),
Women & Radio (pp. 250-261). London: Routledge.
Holland, P. (1998). “The Politics of the Smile”. In: Carter C., G. Branston, & S. Allan (eds.),
News, Gender & Power (pp. 17-32). London: Routledge.
Kanter, R. M. (1977) Men and Women of the Corporation. NY: Basic Books.

Karni, Y. (2001). “And Now for the News, Beginning at the End”. Globes, Financial
Supplement, 32 (7.6.01).

Katz, E. & Haz, H. (1995). “Twenty Years of television in Israel”. Z’manim, 52, 80-91

Katz, E., Yanovzki, Y., Haz, H. and Yalin, D., (eds). (2000) Leisure Culture in Israel. Tel
Aviv: The Open University.
Lachover, E. (2000) ‘Women Journalists in the Israeli Press’, Qesher 28: 63-74.

Lafky, S. A. (1991). “Women Journalist”. In: Weaver, D. H., W. Cleveland & C. Wilhoit
(eds.), The American Journalist (pp. 160-181). Bloomington: Indiana University Press. (2nd
Edition).

Lavie, A. (1997) ‘The Agenda as Shaped by Female and Male Editors in Israel’s Print Press,’
M.A Thesis, Ramat Gan: Department of Political Studies (Communications Track), Bar-Ilan
University, Israel.

Lavie, A. (2001). Radio and Gender in Israel. Women and Men in News Magazines and
Current Affairs Programs in Kol Israel and Galei Zahal.
PhD Thesis, Ramat Gan:
Department of Political Studies (Communications Program), Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

Limor, Y. & Lavie, A. (2002) The Feminization of the Media: The Case of Israel. Paper
presented at the IAMCR annual conference, Barcelona, July, 2002.

Limor, Y. & Man, R. (1997) Journalism – Collection of Information, Writing and Editing. Tel
Aviv: Open University

Limor, Y. & Nussek, H. (2001) “The Censorship’s Invisible Hand – Economic Censorshiop”.
Qesher, 29, 98-110.

Lippman, W. (1965). Public Opinion. New York: Free Press. [Originally published in 1922].

Luzzatto, D & Jacobson, Y. (2000). “Have Pink and Blue Become Interchangeable?
Gendered Language in the Israeli Press”. Qesher, 28, 75-81.

Mills, K. (1997). “What Difference Do Women Journalists Make?” In: Norris, P. (ed.),
Women, Media and Politics (pp. 21-40). New York: Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Mott, F. L. (1952). The News in America. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.


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