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Reclassifying “Soft” and “Hard” News – Culture Specific Findings or a Reflection of Gender?
Unformatted Document Text:  Muramatsu, Y. (1990). Of women, by women, for women? Toward new hopes for television in Japan. Paper presented to the 17 th conference of the international Association of Mass Communication Research [Bled, Slovenia]. Pandian, H. (1999). “Engendering Communication Policy: Key Issues in the International Women and Media Arena and Obstacles to Forging and Enforcing Policy”. Media, Culture and Society, 21, 459-480. Postman, N. (2000). Amusing Ourselves to Death: Public Discourse in the Age of Business.Tel Aviv: Sifriyat Hapoalim. Rakow, L. (ed.). (1992). Women Making Meaning: New Feminist Directions in Communication. London: Routledge. Schudson, M.(1982). The Politics of Narrative Form: The Emergence of News Conventions in Print and Television. London: Daedalus. Shamir, S. (2001) “News Becomes Harder”. Ha’Aretz, B6 (25.1.01). Smith, R. (1980). “Images and Equality: Women and the National Press”. In: Christian H. (ed.). The Sociology of Journalism and the Press (pp. 76-93). London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. Tuchman, G. (1973). “Making News by Doing Work: Routinizing the Unexpected”. American Journal of Sociology, 79, 1, 110-131. --- (1995). “Kadish and Renewal”, In Goetting, N. & S. Fenstermakers (eds.), Individual Voices – Collective Visions: Fifty Years of Women in Sociology (pp. 303-318). Philadelphia: Temple University Press . Underwood, D. (1993). When MBAs Rule the News-Room. New York: Columbia University Press. Van Zoonen, L. (1988) “Rethinking Women and the News”. European Journal of Communication, 3(1): 35-53. --- (1994) Feminist Media Studies. London: Sage. --- (1998) “One of the Girls? The Changing Gender of Journalism”. In: C. Carter G. Branston and S. Allan (eds.) News, Gender and Power, pp. 33-46. NY: Routledge. Weaver, D.H. (1997). “Women as Journalists”. In: Norris, P. (ed.), Women Media and Politics (pp. 21-55). New York: Oxford University Press. Weaver D. H. and Wilhoit, G. C. (1996) The American Journalist in the 1990s. NY: Lawrence Erlbaum Association. West, C. & Zimmerman, D. H. (1987). “Doing Gender”. Gender & Society, 1, 2, pp. 125-151. Wilby P. & A. Conroy (1994). The Radio Handbook. London: Routledge.

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Muramatsu, Y. (1990). Of women, by women, for women? Toward new hopes for television in
Japan
. Paper presented to the 17
th
conference of the international Association of Mass
Communication Research [Bled, Slovenia].

Pandian, H. (1999). “Engendering Communication Policy: Key Issues in the International
Women and Media Arena and Obstacles to Forging and Enforcing Policy”. Media, Culture
and Society
, 21, 459-480.

Postman, N. (2000). Amusing Ourselves to Death: Public Discourse in the Age of Business.
Tel Aviv: Sifriyat Hapoalim.

Rakow, L. (ed.). (1992). Women Making Meaning: New Feminist Directions in
Communication
. London: Routledge.

Schudson, M.(1982). The Politics of Narrative Form: The Emergence of News Conventions
in Print and Television. London: Daedalus.

Shamir, S. (2001) “News Becomes Harder”. Ha’Aretz, B6 (25.1.01).

Smith, R. (1980). “Images and Equality: Women and the National Press”. In: Christian H.
(ed.). The Sociology of Journalism and the Press (pp. 76-93). London: Routledge & Kegan
Paul.

Tuchman, G. (1973). “Making News by Doing Work: Routinizing the Unexpected”.
American Journal of Sociology, 79, 1, 110-131.

--- (1995). “Kadish and Renewal”, In Goetting, N. & S. Fenstermakers (eds.), Individual
Voices – Collective Visions: Fifty Years of Women in Sociology
(pp. 303-318). Philadelphia:
Temple University Press
.
Underwood, D. (1993). When MBAs Rule the News-Room. New York: Columbia University
Press.

Van Zoonen, L. (1988) “Rethinking Women and the News”. European Journal of
Communication
, 3(1): 35-53.

--- (1994) Feminist Media Studies. London: Sage.

--- (1998) “One of the Girls? The Changing Gender of Journalism”. In: C. Carter G. Branston
and S. Allan (eds.) News, Gender and Power, pp. 33-46. NY: Routledge.

Weaver, D.H. (1997). “Women as Journalists”. In: Norris, P. (ed.), Women Media and
Politics
(pp. 21-55). New York: Oxford University Press.

Weaver D. H. and Wilhoit, G. C. (1996) The American Journalist in the 1990s. NY:
Lawrence Erlbaum Association.

West, C. & Zimmerman, D. H. (1987). “Doing Gender”. Gender & Society, 1, 2, pp. 125-151.

Wilby P. & A. Conroy (1994). The Radio Handbook. London: Routledge.


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