Women war reporters’ resistance and silence in the face of sexism and sexual violence

Women began reporting on war in the mid-nineteenth century, covering, among other wars, Europeans revolutions and the US Civil War. The numbers of women reporting on war increased over the twentieth century with the First and Second World Wars and especially the Vietnam War. This increased again mor...
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Linda Steiner [VerfasserIn]

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Electronic Article

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English ; Spanish ; Portuguese

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2017

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In: Media&Jornalismo - Coimbra University Press, 2017, 17(2017), 30

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volume:17 ; year:2017 ; number:30

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https://doaj.org/article/ff1400d6ad304413a5e874e19b7e5327 [Kostenfrei]

http://impactum-journals.uc.pt/mj/article/view/4713 [Kostenfrei]

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DOAJ018049796

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