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by Frances Bonner,Lizbeth Goodman,Richard Allen,Linda Janes,Catherine King

eBook Imagining Women (Open University U207 Issues in Women's Studies) download ISBN: 0745609740
Author: Frances Bonner,Lizbeth Goodman,Richard Allen,Linda Janes,Catherine King
Publisher: Polity; 1 edition (August 14, 1992)
Language: English
Pages: 372
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Category: Political
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Cultural Representations and Gender (Open University U207 Issues in Women's Studies).

Cultural Representations and Gender (Open University U207 Issues in Women's Studies). by Frances Bonner, Lizbeth Goodman. Published June 1992 by Blackwell Pub. Canadian Short stories, Canadian fiction, Women, Women authors, Fiction.

This book is an excellent academic look at how women are represented in culture and media, with an incredible amount of detail and a LOT of different topics.

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Imagining Women presents an introduction to the ways in which women have been represented in art, writing . Imagining Women: Cultural Representations and Gender (Open University U207 Issues in Women's Studies). 0745609740 (ISBN13: 9780745609744).

Imagining Women presents an introduction to the ways in which women have been represented in art, writing and popular culture, and the ways in which women have represented themselves.

In Frances Bonner, Lizbeth Goodman, Richard Allen, Linda Janes and Catherine King (E., Imagining women . McKay, S. and Bonner, F. (2002) Evaluating Illness in Women's Magazines., Imagining women: Cultural representations and gender (pp. 94-102) Cambridge, England, United Kingdom: Polity Press. Women and the new media. Frances Bonner (1984). Reporting Childhood Illness in Australian Mass Market Women's Magazines. Bonner, Frances and McKay, Susan (2002) Reporting Childhood Illness in Australian Mass Market Women's Magazines.

U207 Issues in women's studies. Metadata describing this Open University module. Title: Issues in women's studies. Module dates: 1992-1999. Module status: This course is closed and no longer in presentation. Faculty: Social Sciences Faculty. Keyword(s): U207, Issues in women's studies, Undergraduate course, Open University, Social Sciences.

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Despite advances in women’s equality, and perhaps as a result of it, sexist humor is prevalent in society. In Frances Bonner, Lizbeth Goodman, Richard Allen, Linda Janes, and Catherine King (ed., Imagining women: Cultural representations and gender, 296–300. Gosling, Samuel D, Adam A. Augustine, Simine Vazire, Nicholas Holtzman & Sam Gaddis.

An introduction to women's studies London Imagining women: Cultural . Contemporary Issues in Learning and Teaching addresses key issues in primary, secondary and special.

An introduction to women's studies London Imagining women: Cultural representations and gender. Bonner, . L. Goodman, R. Allen, L. Janes, and C. King, eds. 1992. Imagining women: Cultural representations and gender. Cambridge, MA: Polity Press. Bradshaw, . W. Davies, and . The contributors reflect on current thinking and policy surrounding learning and teaching, and what it means to be a teacher today.

Imagining Women presents a highly accessible introduction to the ways in which women have been represented in art, writing and popular culture, and the ways in which women have represented themselves.

Exploring the use of language and images, the nature of ideology and the relationship between gender and genre, the authors discuss representation in a variety of different cultural forms, including literature, the visual arts, film, television, pornography, comedy and the theatre.

Through the analysis of specific examples, the authors highlight themes which are central to contemporary cultural theory, including the role of the self as creator and active spectator, and the role of feminist criticism in altering traditional frameworks for the production and evaluation of cultural and artistic works. The text is greatly enhanced by the inclusion of many photographs, both colour and black and white, as well as other illustrations.