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Women and the media in Asia

the precarious self
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Palgrave Macmillan , Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York
Mass media and women, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Gender Studies, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Women"s Studies, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Media Studies, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / Cul
Statementedited by Youna Kim
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LC ClassificationsP94.5.W65 W659 2012
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL25347230M
ISBN 139780230292727
LC Control Number2012021455

Youna Kim is Professor of Global Communications at the American University of Paris, France, joined from the London School of Economics and Political Science Women and the media in Asia book she had taught sinceafter completing her PhD at the University of London, Goldsmiths College.

Her books are Women, Television and Everyday Life in Korea: Journeys of Hope (, Routledge); Media Consumption and Everyday Book Review: Women and the Media in Asia: The Precarious Self by Youna Kim, ed.

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It brings incisive and expert analyses of emerging disruptive articulations that represent an unprecedented surge of feminist response to the culture of 2 days ago  The objectification and sexualization of girls in the media is linked to violence against women and girls worldwide.

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Wynn A Research Paper Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in the field of Professional Media & Media Management Studies Approved by: Dr.

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Kavita Karan, Chair Graduate School Southern Illinois University Carbondale May 7, ?article=&context=gs_rp. Today, the role of women in China differs across social boundaries. Although there are, in theory, endless opportunities, only some women can access them.

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