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Table of Contents for
The Satellite Sex: The Media and Women’s Issues in English Canada, 1966–1971 by Barbara M. Freeman

Preface

Acknowledgements

Introduction


1. “Democracy,” “Equal Opportunities” and “Merit”: Selling Women’s Issues to the Media

2. “Top Perch Out for Newshens”: Journalistic “Objectivity” on Trial

3. “Ladies Reminded They’re Women”: Framing Feminine / Feminist

4. “Accept Us as Individuals in Our Own Right”: News of “Equality”

5. “Please Don’t Price Me Out of My Status!” The Media and “Conflict” in the “Marital Status” Debate

6. “Why the Hell Can’t We Provide Daycare?” The Media and the “Working Mother”

7. “Nobody’s Going to Tell Me Whether I’ll Have a Baby”: The Language of “Freedom of Choice”

8. “North or South, It’s All the Same”: The Media and Aboriginal Women

9. “Too Little ... Too Late”: The Coverage of the Commission’s Report, 1970


Conclusion

Notes

Bibliography

Index