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Have women journalists in Israel really integrated into the profession?
Unformatted Document Text:  23 41 John Henningham, “Australian Journalists,” in The Global Journalist, ed. David, H. Weaver (New Jersey: Hampton Press, 1998), 91-108. 42 John Henningham and Anthony Delano, “British Journalists,” in The Global Journalist, ed. David, H. Weaver (New Jersey: Hampton Press, 1998), 143-60. 43 Kim Walsh-Childers, Jean Chance and Kristin Herzog, “Women Journalists Report Discrimination in Newsrooms,” Newspaper Research Journal 17 (1996): 68- 87. 44 Hannah Fisher, “Women Participating in the Labor Market”, in Women in The New World of Work in Israel, eds. Roni Bar-Zuri, Hannah Fisher and Asher Assis, (Tel Aviv: The Israeli Institute for Economic and Social Research, 1997), 44- 45. [Hebrew]; Dalia Moore, “Relative Deprivation in the Labor Market”, Israel Social Science Research, 5 (1993): 323-340.; Ninna Toren, “The Status of Women in Academia”, 138-46. 45 Yuchtman-Yaar, Dalia Moore and Fishelson cited in Moore, “Relative Deprivation in the Labor Market”, 131. 46 Interviewees' names are fabricated in order to preserve anonymity. 47 Jerzy Toeplitz, “Women in the Media”, in Inquiry on participation of women in radio, television and film in four countries (Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and United States), ed. Unesco, (New York: UNIPUB, 1983), 13-80. 48 Gallagher, An Unfinished Story, 2. 49 This gendered difference was also found among Australian journalists: Henningham, “Australian Journalists,” 98 and British journalists: Henningham, “British Journalists,” 148 . 50 ˜ Metaphor for horizontal sex segregation on the job, here: the distinction

Authors: Lachover, Einat.
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41
John Henningham, “Australian Journalists,” in The Global Journalist, ed.
David, H. Weaver (New Jersey: Hampton Press, 1998), 91-108.
42
John Henningham and Anthony Delano, “British Journalists,” in The Global
Journalist, ed. David, H. Weaver (New Jersey: Hampton Press, 1998), 143-60.
43
Kim Walsh-Childers, Jean Chance and Kristin Herzog, “Women Journalists
Report Discrimination in Newsrooms,” Newspaper Research Journal 17 (1996): 68-
87.
44
Hannah Fisher, “Women Participating in the Labor Market”, in Women in
The New World of Work in Israel, eds. Roni Bar-Zuri, Hannah Fisher and Asher
Assis, (Tel Aviv: The Israeli Institute for Economic and Social Research, 1997), 44-
45. [Hebrew]; Dalia Moore, “Relative Deprivation in the Labor Market”, Israel
Social Science Research, 5 (1993): 323-340.; Ninna Toren, “The Status of Women
in Academia”, 138-46.
45
Yuchtman-Yaar, Dalia Moore and Fishelson cited in Moore, “Relative
Deprivation in the Labor Market”, 131.
46
Interviewees' names are fabricated in order to preserve anonymity.
47
Jerzy Toeplitz, “Women in the Media”, in Inquiry on participation of
women in radio, television and film in four countries (Australia, Canada, United
Kingdom and United States), ed. Unesco, (New York: UNIPUB, 1983), 13-80.
48
Gallagher, An Unfinished Story, 2.
49
This gendered difference was also found among Australian journalists:
Henningham, “Australian Journalists,” 98 and British journalists: Henningham,
“British Journalists,” 148 .
50
˜ Metaphor for horizontal sex segregation on the job, here: the distinction


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