Publications - Media-related activities

Scope and Content

Consists of:

* Advertising in women's magazines1956-1974 by Janice Winship, Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies, University of Birmingham, Women Series, SP no 59, Mar 1980

* Woman becomes an individual - feminity and consumption in women's magazines 1954-1969 by Janice Winship, Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies, University of Birmingham, Women Series, SP no 65, Feb 1981

* The dumb blonde stereotype. Documentation for EAS class-room materials by Richard Dyer, British Film Institute, 1979

* 'Ways of being atypical: successful women in patriarchal Austria', Faculty Lecture Series, May 1982

* Career patterns and the structure of opportunities for women in the media: a comparative analysis, by Milda K Hedblom, Augsburg College, 1981

* Scottish Plan of Action, The Decade for women

* 'Report by non-governmental organisations in preparation for the end of decade world conference to be held in Nairobi from 15-26 Jul 1985' Topic media and women, United Nations Decade for Women, 1976-1985

* photocopy 'Sexism in magazines. A report by the NUJ London Magazine Branch, 1987

* 'Frequency' article on ad researchers

* photocopy 'Memory without recall, exposure without perception' by Herbert E Krugman, Journal of Advertising Research, vol 17, Aug 1977

* photocopy 'What makes advertising effective?' by Herbert Krugman, Harvard Business Review, Mar Apr 1977

* 'The teaching screen' by Ben T Logan, reprinted from 'The Interpreter' Oct 1980

* Women in Focus. Guidelines for eliminating media sexism, Julienne Dickey and CPBF London Women's Group, Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom

* 'The dirty little War at the newsstand' pages from Savvy, Nov 1986

* press release 'Pornography: women, violence and civil liberties. A radical new view' edited by Catherine Itzin, published on 12 Nov 1992

* On the issues. The Journal of Substance for Progressive Women, vol 9, 1988

* Advertising to women: could we do better? by Anna Walters and Kitty O'Hagan

* Report by non-governmental organisations in preparation for the end of decade world conference to be held in Nairobi from 15-26 Jul 1985' Topic 'Women and the UK media', Edinburgh, Sep 1984

* report of WIM TV Advertising Awards in 'Consumer Affairs', no 38, Mar/Apr 1979 (p 31)

* dissertation 'All because the lady loves milk tray' by Marcus Dillistone, Dept of Design, Audio Visual Communication, North Staffordshire Polytechnic, Year 3

* Images of Women newsletter, 1975

* leaflet for 'The changing images of females and males in television commercials' by Jean Kilbourne (with other related material)