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The more things change: Women, politics and the press in Australia

@inproceedings{Jenkins2002TheMT,
  title={The more things change: Women, politics and the press in Australia},
  author={C. Jenkins},
  year={2002}
}
  • C. Jenkins
  • Published 2002
  • Political Science
  • Female politicians have long complained that the media treat them differently from their male colleagues. This paper analyses the press treatment of the first female MPs, members of cabinet and government leaders in the States, Territories and the Commonwealth. The original study began with Edith Cowan in 1921 and ended with Joan Kirner in 1990. However this paper will also include discussion of contemporary female politicians who have more recently received coverage as the Other. Female… CONTINUE READING
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