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Have women journalists in Israel really integrated into the profession?
Unformatted Document Text:  19 and the Israeli Occupation: The Politics of Change, ed. Tamar Mayer (London: Routlegde, 1994), 5-6. 4 Yechiel Limor, "‘The little Prince‘ and ‘The big Brother‘, or: The Media Industry in Israel in an Era of Changes," in Communication and Democracy in Israel, ed. Dan Caspi (Tel-Aviv: the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, 1997), 29-46. [Hebrew] 5 ˜ Cynthia Carter, Gill Branston and Stuart Allan, eds., News, Gender and Power (London: Routhledge, 1998), 3. 6 ˜ Liesbet, Van Zoonen, Feminist Media Studies (London: Sage, 1994), 50-51. 7 ˜ Yechiel Limor and Dan Caspi, "The Feminization in the Israeli Press," Kesher, 15 (1994): 37-45. [Hebrew] 8 ˜ Limor and Caspi, "The Feminization in the Israeli Press," 40-43. 9 Barbara F. Reskin and Patricia A. Roos, eds., Job Queues, Gender Queues (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1990), 1-91. The queueing model: employers structure the labor queue around a gender queue. 10 ˜ The response rate was 76%. 11 The dailies newspapers included in the study were: Yediot Aharonot and Haaretz. The first is the most popular newspaper in Israel. Its marketing strategy emphasizes drama and human interest over sophisticated analysis. The second is considered the elite paper in Israel and generally adopts a more serious approach to the news. The ten local newspapers included in the study represent different geographic areas in Israel and the two biggest distribution networks in Israel. 12 It is difficult to collect systematic data regarding Israeli women in media production since the Central Bureau of Statistics in Israel does not classify a distinct

Authors: Lachover, Einat.
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and the Israeli Occupation: The Politics of Change, ed. Tamar Mayer (London:
Routlegde, 1994), 5-6.
4
Yechiel Limor, "‘The little Prince‘ and ‘The big Brother‘, or: The Media
Industry in Israel in an Era of Changes," in Communication and Democracy in
Israel, ed. Dan Caspi (Tel-Aviv: the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, 1997), 29-46.
[Hebrew]
5
˜ Cynthia Carter, Gill Branston and Stuart Allan, eds., News, Gender and
Power (London: Routhledge, 1998), 3.
6
˜ Liesbet, Van Zoonen, Feminist Media Studies (London: Sage, 1994), 50-51.
7
˜ Yechiel Limor and Dan Caspi, "The Feminization in the Israeli Press,"
Kesher, 15 (1994): 37-45. [Hebrew]
8
˜ Limor and Caspi, "The Feminization in the Israeli Press," 40-43.
9
Barbara F. Reskin and Patricia A. Roos, eds., Job Queues, Gender Queues
(Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1990), 1-91. The queueing model:
employers structure the labor queue around a gender queue.
10
˜ The response rate was 76%.
11
The dailies newspapers included in the study were: Yediot Aharonot and
Haaretz. The first is the most popular newspaper in Israel. Its marketing strategy
emphasizes drama and human interest over sophisticated analysis. The second is
considered the elite paper in Israel and generally adopts a more serious approach to
the news. The ten local newspapers included in the study represent different
geographic areas in Israel and the two biggest distribution networks in Israel.
12
It is difficult to collect systematic data regarding Israeli women in media
production since the Central Bureau of Statistics in Israel does not classify a distinct


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