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Women's Worlds

Ideology, Femininity and Women's Magazines

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 206
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Women in Society

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Paperback - 9780333492369

12 July 1991

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This book integrates new material, using sources from the eighteenth and nineteenth century periodical press, research with contemporary readers, the authors' critical reading of past and present magazines, and a clear...

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This book integrates new material, using sources from the eighteenth and nineteenth century periodical press, research with contemporary readers, the authors' critical reading of past and present magazines, and a clear discussion of theoretical approaches from literary criticism. The development of the genre, and its part in the historical process of forging modern definitions of gender, class and race are analysed through critical readings and a discussion of readers' negotiations with the contradictory pleasures of the magazine, and its constricting ideal of femininity.

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Theories of Text and Culture
Critical Analysis of Women's Magazines
Social and Literary Theories
Eighteenth-Century Women's Magazines
Nineteenth-Century Women's Magazines
1914 to 1989: Twentieth-Century Women's Magazines
Contemporary Magazines, Contemporary Readers.
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ROS BALLASTER is Lecturer in English at the University of East Anglia.

MARGARET BEETHAM is Senior Lecturer in the Department of English and History at Manchester Polytechnic.

ELIZABETH FRAZER is Fellow and Tutor in Politics at New College, Oxford.

SANDRA HEBRON is Media Officer at Cornerhouse, Manchester's Arts and Media Centre.

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ROS BALLASTER is Lecturer in English at the University of East Anglia.

MARGARET BEETHAM is Senior Lecturer in the Department of English and History at Manchester Polytechnic.

ELIZABETH FRAZER is Fellow and Tutor in Politics at New College, Oxford.

SANDRA HEBRON is Media Officer at Cornerhouse, Manchester's Arts and Media Centre.

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