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Taking Chances and Making Changes
The stories of three female “firsts” in newspaper management are important in understanding journalism history and the role that gender played. Gloria Biggs, Carol Sutton, and Janet Chusmir were all… Expand
Food Fight: Accusations of Press Agentry: A Case for Ethics and the Development of the Association of Food Journalists
More Than “Rations, Passions, and Fashions”: Re-Examining the Women's Pages in the Milwaukee Journal
The Milwaukee Journal is an example of a Midwestern metropolitan newspaper that featured an unnoticed but progressive women's section in the 1950s and 1960s produced by a group of women who were… Expand
A False Start, a Heavy Burden and Hugs: A Study of the Female “Firsts” in Newspaper Management