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[Abstract] Smoke and mirrors: Gender representation in North American tobacco and alcohol advertisements before 1950
Journal cover image includes: advertisement for Milo Violets cigarettes in Harper's Bazaar, February 1918 (Special Collections Department, William R. Perkins Library, Duke University) andExpand
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[Abstract] Prescribed norms: Women and health in Canada and the United States since 1800
  • C. Warsh
  • History, Political Science
  • 1 February 2010
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Adventures in Maritime Quackery: The Leslie E. Keeley Gold Cure Institute of Fredericton, N.B.
This is an electronic version of an article published as: Warsh, C.K. (1988). Adventures in Maritime quackery: The Leslie E. Keeley Gold Cure Institute of Fredericton, N.B. Acadiensis, 17(2),Expand
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Gender, Health, and Popular Culture
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Children's Health Issues in Historical Perspective
From sentimental stories about polio to the latest cherub in hospital commercials, sick children tug at the public's heartstrings. However sick children have not always had adequate medical care orExpand
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Consuming modernity : gendered behaviour and consumerism before the baby boom
Introduction: Consuming Modernity / Dan Malleck and Cheryl Krasnick Warsh Part 1 - Consumerism as Politics, Practice, and Ideology 1 Canada's Consumer Election (1935) / Bettina Liverant 2 ConsumerExpand
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In Vogue: North American and British representations of women smokers in Vogue, 1920s-1960s.
The image of a cigarette in a woman's hand symbolizes independence, non-conformity and personal power, despite widespread awareness that smoking has serious health risks. Through a content analysisExpand
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Gender, Health, and Popular Culture: Historical Perspectives
Health is a gendered concept in Western cultures. Customarily it is associated with strength in men and beauty in women. This gendered concept was transmitted through visual representations of theExpand
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