Changes In Women's/ Lifestyle Sections

Miller, Susan H.
December 1976
Journalism Quarterly;Winter76, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p641
Academic Journal
Presents a study on the changes of the content of the lifestyle section for women in newspapers. Statement of Van Gelder, a critic on the appropriate content of the lifestyle sections; Two questions used as guidelines in the study; Newspapers included in the study; Comparison of the content of the lifestyle sections of the newspapers in 1965 and the newspapers in 1975; Categories of newspaper lifestyles included in the study.


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