Women in Mass Communication

Pamela J. Creedon, Judith Cramer
SAGE, 2007 - 346 páginas
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The Third Edition of Women in Mass Communication provides a new generation of students with an insightful examination of women in the journalism and mass communication professions. In this seminal volume, editors Pamela Creedon and Judith Cramer offer ideas and directions for improving the status of women—and men— working in the field.

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Weve Come a Long Way Maybe
Chapter 2 Sexed and Gendered Bodies in Journalism Textbooks
Studying the Implications of Women Journalism Majors
Part II Update on the Professions
Chapter 4 Women in Newspaper Journalism Since the 1990s
Chapter 5 Womens Salary and Status in the Magazine Industry
The More Things Change The More They Stay the Same
Chapter 7 Women and Minorities in Commercial and Public Television News 19942004
Women and Mass Communication in a World of Faith
Chapter 16 The Global Context of Women in Communication
Part V Building a Foundation for Further Study
Examining the Intersection of Women and the Law of Mass Communication
Women Racial and Sexual Minorities in the Media
A Semiotic Analysis
Chapter 20 The Social Construction of Leadership and Its Implications for Women in Mass Communication
Chapter 21 Got Theory?

Success Linked to Organizational and Societal Cultures
Images Audiences and Advertisers
Part III Specializations
Women in Health Communication
Women in Quantity and Quality But Is That Enough?
Analyzing Editorial Leadership and Gender in Online Journalism
Its All About the Money
Part IV International Perspectives
Women Journalists in the Western World Between Progress Standstill and Retreat
Part VI Where Do We Go From Here?
Gender Values Remain Inequity Resurges and Globalization Brings New Challenges
Author Index
Subject Index
About the Editors
About the Contributors
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Pam Creedon, director of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at The University of Iowa, previously directed the J-MC program at Kent State University for seven years and was a faculty member at The Ohio State University for 10 years. An accredited business communicator (ABC), she spent 15 years as an editor and public relations practitioner before entering academe. Currently president of the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication with 190 member colleges and universities in the U.S., Canada and eight countries, she is a member of the Hearst Foundation Journalism Awards Advisory Board. She serves on the editorial boards of Public Relations Review and the Journal of Public Relations Research. She has edited two books published by Sage: Women in Mass Communication and Women, Media and Sport, and co-edited Seeking Equity for Women in Journalism and Mass Communication by Erlbaum. She is a member of International Advisory Board of the College of Communication and Media Sciences at Zayed University in the United Arab Emirates. She earned her M.A. in journalism from the University of Oregon and her B.A. from Mount Union College.

Judith Cramer is an associate professor of Mass Communications, Journalism, TV & Film Studies at St. John’s University. She previously taught at Buffalo State College-SUNY and Long Island University. She spent 15 years as a news and sports reporter, news director, talk show host and producer, and station manager in commercial and public radio in New England, Ohio, and New York. She has written several articles and authored chapters in Women in Mass Communication and Women Media and Sport published by Sage, and Seeking Equity for Women in Journalism and Mass Communication by Erlbaum. She was a fellow in the Journalism and Mass Communication Leadership Institute for Diversity program, is a past member of the executive committee of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), and currently serves on the editorial board of the Professional Studies Review, an interdisciplinary journal exclusively devoted to the needs and interests of those working in career-oriented fields. She earned her Ph.D. in mass communication and cultural studies from The Union Institute and University in Ohio; her M.A. in applied communication from the University of Hartford in Connecticut; and her B.S. in sports information/journalism from Keene State College in New Hampshire.

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