Machismo Is Only One Obstacle Women Face

Caballero, Maria Cristina
December 2001
Nieman Reports;Winter2001, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p105
Looks at the issues confronting women who work in an environment often described as the macho world of Latin American male-dominated media. What undermine advancement of Colombian women; Estimated number of women journalism leaders surveyed that consider the implication of women's presence in the newsroom for news context.


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