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Democratic participation and public access broadcasting: Caller Perspectives on Election Call
Unformatted Document Text:  23 Stephenson, M-A. (1998) The Glass Trapdoor: Women, Politics and the Media During the 1997 General Election. London: Fawcett Society. Siltanen, J. and Stanworth, M. (1984) ’The politics of private woman and public man’ in J. Siltanen and M. Stanworth (eds), Women and the Public Sphere: a Critique of Sociology and Politics. London: Hutchinson, pp. 185-208. Squires, J. (1999) Gender in Political Theory. Cambridge: Polity Press. Thornborrow, J. (2001) ’Questions, Control and the Organization of Talk in Calls to a Radio Phone-in’, Discourse Studies, 3(1), 119-143. Tibballs, S. (2000) The Sexual Renaissance: Making Sense of Sex Differences in a New Era. London: Women’s Communication Centre. University of Loughborough (1997) Election Study for the Guardian, Post Election Review. Loughborough, England: University of Loughborough. Voet, R. (1998) Feminism and Citizenship. London: Sage. Wahl-Jorgensen, K. (2001) ’Letters to the Editor as a Forum for Public Deliberation: Modes of Publicity and Democratic Debate’, Critical Studies in Media Communication, 18(3), 303-320. Watts, D. (1997) Political Communication Today. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press. Weaver, D. H. and Wilhoit, G.C. (1996) The American Journalist in the 1990s: US News People at the End of an Era. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Wheeler, M. (1997). Politics and the Mass Media. Oxford: Blackwell. Winter, J. (1993) ’Gender and the political interview in an Australian context’, Journal of Pragmatics, 20, 117-130. Women’s Communication Centre (1996) What Women Want. London: WCC. World Association of Christian Communication (2000) Global Media Monitoring Project 2000. London: WACC.

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Stephenson, M-A. (1998) The Glass Trapdoor: Women, Politics and the Media During the 1997
General Election. London: Fawcett Society.
Siltanen, J. and Stanworth, M. (1984) ’The politics of private woman and public man’ in J. Siltanen
and M. Stanworth (eds), Women and the Public Sphere: a Critique of Sociology and
Politics. London: Hutchinson, pp. 185-208.
Squires, J. (1999) Gender in Political Theory. Cambridge: Polity Press.
Thornborrow, J. (2001) ’Questions, Control and the Organization of Talk in Calls to a Radio
Phone-in’, Discourse Studies, 3(1), 119-143.
Tibballs, S. (2000) The Sexual Renaissance: Making Sense of Sex Differences in a New Era. London:
Women’s Communication Centre.
University of Loughborough (1997) Election Study for the Guardian, Post Election Review.
Loughborough, England: University of Loughborough.
Voet, R. (1998) Feminism and Citizenship. London: Sage.
Wahl-Jorgensen, K. (2001) ’Letters to the Editor as a Forum for Public Deliberation: Modes of
Publicity and Democratic Debate’, Critical Studies in Media Communication, 18(3), 303-320.
Watts, D. (1997) Political Communication Today. Manchester and New York: Manchester
University Press.
Weaver, D. H. and Wilhoit, G.C. (1996) The American Journalist in the 1990s: US News People at
the End of an Era. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Wheeler, M. (1997). Politics and the Mass Media. Oxford: Blackwell.
Winter, J. (1993) ’Gender and the political interview in an Australian context’, Journal of Pragmatics,
20, 117-130.
Women’s Communication Centre (1996) What Women Want. London: WCC.
World Association of Christian Communication (2000) Global Media Monitoring Project 2000. London:
WACC.


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