Storming the Citadel of Hard News Coverage

Joseph, Ammu
December 2001
Nieman Reports;Winter2001, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p85
Describes the situation of women journalists in India. What the increasing visibility of women on the indigenous English-language print media suggests; Women's contribution to broadening the scope of press coverage; Factors that limit women's capacity to influence the agenda, practice and output of the media.


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