Statement of responsibility: edited by Maggie Andrews and Sallie McNamara
ISBN: 0203074122, 9780203074121, 9780415660365
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1 online resource (ix, 265 pages, unnumbered pages of plates) : illustrations.
Routledge research in gender and history ; 18
Feminism Great Britain History.; Feminism and mass media Great Britain History.; Women Great Britain History.; Women in mass media History.
Electronic reproduction. Dawson Books. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Routledge research in gender and history.
Also available in printed form.
- 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