Women and the media: feminism and femininity in Britain, 1900 to the present
This edited collection features tightly focused and historically contextualised case studies which showcase current research on women and media in Britain since the 1900s. The case studies explore media directed at a particularly female audience such as 'Woman's Hour', and magazines such as 'Vogue', 'Woman' and 'Marie Claire'
New York: Routledge, 2014
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Statement of responsibility: edited by Maggie Andrews and Sallie McNamara
ISBN: 041566036X, 9780415660365
Intended audience: Specialized.
ix, 265 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cm.
Routledge research in gender and history ; 18
Mass media and women Great Britain History 21st century.; Media Studies.; Feminism and motion pictures Great Britain History 21st century.; Mass media and women Great Britain History 20th century.; Feminism and motion pictures Great Britain History 20th century.
Routledge research in gender and history ; 18.
- Introduction Maggie Andrews and Sallie McNamara
- Section 1
- Women and Media in the Era of Enfranchisement, 1900-1939
- 1. "Elated, Exhilarated and Emancipated"
- Representations of Women's Motorcycle Riding in the Motorcycling Media, 1903-1914 Rosey Whorlow and Sallie McNamara 2. "From Women's Hourto Other Women's Lives
- The BBC Talks for Women and the Women Who Made Them, 1923-1939 Kate Murphy 3. Lady Eleanor Smith
- The Society Column, 1927-1930 Sallie McNamara
- Section 2
- Women in War and Peace
- The 1940s and 1950s
- 4. A View from the Frontline
- The War Photography of Lee Miller Janet Harrison 5. Prostitution, Adultery and Illegitimacy
- Tortuous Couplings and Unstable Sexual Repression in Wartime Film Maggie Andrews 6. Striving for Editorial Autonomy and Internal Recognition
- The Setting Up of BBC's Woman's Hour, 1946-1955 Kristin Skoog 7. Women's Viewpoint
- Representing and Constructing Femininity in Early 1950s Television for Women Mary Irwin 8. "But What About Mum?"
- Journalist, Architect, Wife, Mother
- Diana Rowntree Glenda Strong
- Section 3
- The Long 1960s
- Cultural Revolution?
- 9. Women and Woman
- Representations of Youthful Femininity in the "World's Greatest Weekly for Women", 1954-1969 Rachel Ritchie 10. The Gendering of Racism in Social Problem Films Maggie Andrews 11. "Should Women Be Bus Drivers?" Defending a Permanent Position for Women on the Buses in ATV's Regional Television News, 1963-1979 Gillian Murray 12. Pin-Up Culture and Page 3 in the Popular Press Adrian Bingham
- Section 4: '80s and '90s
- Thatcherism and Its Legacy
- 13. The Iron Lady and the Working Girl
- The Image of the Prostitute in 1980s British Cinema Paul Elliott 14. Feminism and Femininity
- The Potential Politics of Consuming Popular Culture
- A Case Study of Marie Claire'sReportage of Global Humanitarian Politics Maggie Andrews 15. What's Luff Got to Do with It?
- Teenage Magazines, Sexuality and Regulation in the 1990s Fan Carter 16. Fantasies, Factions and Unlikely Feminist Heroines in Contemporary Heritage Films Maggie Andrews