Media Studies Journal
WHETHER IT IS a rejuvenated sense of urgency or simply the last straw of impatience in the latest "year of the woman," something new is in the air when people talk about women and the media. Conversations with people who care about mass communication, the larger society and how women are portrayed in or employed by print and electronic media have taken on a new, sharper tone in recent years, especially in 1992.
Everette E. Dennis and Edward C. Pease, eds. “The Media and Women Without Apology,” Media Studies Journal. Vol. 7, Nos. 1-2. (Winter/Spring 1993) 288 pp.