Commentary by Sheila Gibbons, Editor of the quarterly Media Report to Women (www.mediareporttowomen.com)
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Fantastic Books on Gender/Media/Journalism/Communication Now For Sale!
We've decided to put the best of the MEDIA REPORT TO WOMEN library online for sale. Among the books are classic works (like the one shown here) and hard-to-find titles that capture the best work of researchers looking at the relationship between women/girls and the media. We'll be adding other titles, some of a more general nature in communication and select trade books, over time. We think this a wonderful opportunity for scholars to acquire books in first-rate condition. Please visit the YouCanReadHere storefront here.
Media Report to Women Editor Sheila Gibbons has been studying the interaction of women and media since the early 1970s, and has written extensive commentary and analysis about this subject. She is the co-author of Taking Their Place: A Documentary History of Women and Journalism (Strata Publishing, 2002) and of Exploring Mass Media: Past, Present, Future (Lawrence Erlbaum). Sheila is the former director of public affairs for Gannett Co., Inc., where she was also a news editor. She has also edited a special-market women's magazine and taught journalism at the University of Maryland.