MEDIA TARTS: How the Australian Press Frames Female Politicians

By: Baird, Julia

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vi, + 330pp., unpaginated b/white illustrated section. Book clean. Spine firm, minimally canted, with several soft reading creases there-on. Colour-art illustrated card wrapper lightly bumped only. A slight remainder mark on foot, else textblock mildly tanned. From the rear cover: "Through in-depth interviews with these and other women in politics, as well as opinion leaders in the press gallery, 'Media Tarts' tells the story of women who tried to change the way politics was viewed and played, and were attacked for it with startling ferocity. It examines the role the press played in their downfall, and the part they played themselves." Contents include: Prelims., Introduction, Prelude, 11 chapters. Postlude. Conclusion. Notes. Bibliography, Acks. Book weight approx. 470g.

Title: MEDIA TARTS: How the Australian Press Frames Female Politicians

Author Name: Baird, Julia

Categories: Media, Politics/Parliament/Government,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Melbourne, Australia, Scribe Publications: 2004

ISBN Number: 1920769234

ISBN Number 13: 9781920769239

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 013134

Keywords: Social Studies, Political Science, Australia, Women in Politics, Media Studies, History (Australia), Mass Media (Australia), Baird, Julia, Current Affairs