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Have women journalists in Israel really integrated into the profession?
Unformatted Document Text:  22 32 Kay Mills, “What Difference Do Women Journalists Make?,” in Women, Media and Politics, ed. Pippa Norris (New York: Oxford University Press, 1997), 41-55.; The Freedom Forum Media Studies Center, “Who’s Covering What in the Year of the Woman?”, Media Studies Journal 7 (1993): 134-40. 33 Gallaghar, An Unfinished Story, 54. 34 Hanna Herzog, Realisitic Women: Women in Local Politics (Jerusalem: The Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies, 1994), 26-30. [Hebrew] 35 In education: Hanna Herzog, "Gender Blind?,” 73.; In academy: Nina Toren, “The Status of Women in Academia”, Israel Social Science Research 5 (1987): 138- 46. In medicine: Shye Diana, “Gender Differences in Israeli Physicians. Career Patterns, Productivity and Family Structure”, Social Science and Medicine (1991): 1169-81. 36 Gallaghar, An Unfinished Story, 53-54.; Van Zoonen, Feminist Media Studies, 52 . 37 Gallagher, An Unfinished Story, 53-54.; Van Zoonen, Feminist Media Studies, 52. 38 Hanna Herzog, Realisitic Women, 54. 39 Men managers ˛t=6.130˜df=399 p<0.01); women managers (t=3.654 df=384 p<0.01); men colleuges ˛t=3.921˜ df=398 p<0.01); women collegues (t=2.095 df=398 p<0.05)ł 40 Mieke Ceulemans and Guido Fauconnier, Mass Media: The Image, Role and Social Conditions of Women, A Collection and Analysis of Research Materials, (Paris: Unesco, 1979), 63.

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Kay Mills, “What Difference Do Women Journalists Make?,” in Women,
Media and Politics, ed. Pippa Norris (New York: Oxford University Press, 1997),
41-55.; The Freedom Forum Media Studies Center, “Who’s Covering What in the
Year of the Woman?”, Media Studies Journal 7 (1993): 134-40.
33
Gallaghar, An Unfinished Story, 54.
34
Hanna Herzog, Realisitic Women: Women in Local Politics (Jerusalem: The
Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies, 1994), 26-30. [Hebrew]
35
In education: Hanna Herzog, "Gender Blind?,” 73.; In academy: Nina Toren,
“The Status of Women in Academia”, Israel Social Science Research 5 (1987): 138-
46. In medicine: Shye Diana, “Gender Differences in Israeli Physicians. Career
Patterns, Productivity and Family Structure”, Social Science and Medicine (1991):
1169-81.
36
Gallaghar, An Unfinished Story, 53-54.; Van Zoonen, Feminist Media
Studies, 52 .
37
Gallagher, An Unfinished Story, 53-54.; Van Zoonen, Feminist Media
Studies, 52.
38
Hanna Herzog, Realisitic Women, 54.
39
Men managers ˛t=6.130˜df=399 p<0.01); women managers (t=3.654 df=384
p<0.01); men colleuges ˛t=3.921˜ df=398 p<0.01); women collegues (t=2.095
df=398 p<0.05)ł
40
Mieke Ceulemans and Guido Fauconnier, Mass Media: The Image, Role and
Social Conditions of Women, A Collection and Analysis of Research Materials,
(Paris: Unesco, 1979), 63.


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