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The Gender Challenge to Media Diverse Voices from the Field by Elizabeth L. Toth

The Gender Challenge to Media Diverse Voices from the Field


The Gender Challenge to Media Diverse Voices from the Field by Elizabeth L. Toth

Focusing on mass communication, this work provides a gender perspective that is also informed by the intersections of race, class, and sexual orientation. Its goal is to challenge professionals to think differently about their own communication contributions to society.

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Publication date

31st December 2000


Elizabeth L. Toth

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Hampton Press


304 pages


Media studies
Gender studies, gender groups
Ethnic studies



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