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Clinton's Voice

Khazan, Olga, “Would You Really Like Hillary More if She Sounded Different?” The Atlantic, 1 Aug. 2016, accessed 2 Dec. 2016. http://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/08/hillarys-voice/493565/

Hillary Clinton’s portrayal in the media throughout her candidacy for president in 2016 has been an interesting insight into how women are viewed today in the lens of popular culture. 515 more words

How the Media Affects Real Women

Ross, Karen. Gendered Media: Women, Men, and Identity Politics. New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc, 2010.

In this book, Ross tackles the issue of how women are portrayed across several forms of media, and particularly focuses on how the media affects how women view themselves. 796 more words

Women Politicians in the Media

Finneman, Teri. Press Portrayals of Women Politicians, 1870s-2000s: From “Lunatic” Woodhull to “Polarizing” Palin. New York: Lexington Books, 2015.

All politicians must grapple with their public portrayal and perception. 1,449 more words

Women In The Media

Emotional Women

Ehrbar, Ned. “Ellen DeGeneres’ Emotional Medal of Freedom Moment,” CBS News, 23 Nov 2016, accessed 2 Dec 2016. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/ellen-degeneres-emotional-medal-of-freedom-moment/

Ellen DeGeneres being awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest honor a civilian can receive, was a hot topic when it happened in November of 2016. 462 more words

The First Lady

Carlos, Marjon. “Michelle Obama Breathes New Life Into a Dries Van Noten Dress.” Vogue, 23 Nov 2016, accessed 2 Dec 2016. http://www.vogue.com/13506363/dries-van-noten-michelle-obama-presidential-medal-of-freedom/

Falzone, Diana. “Politics in fashion: To dress or not to dress First Lady Melania Trump?” … 637 more words

Different Sexes, Different Media

Allen, Martha. “A RADICAL VISION FOR WOMEN’S MEDIA.” Off Our Backs 37, no. 1 (2007): 17. http://www.jstor.org/stable/20838763.

This list delineates the eight differences between “men’s journalism” and “women’s journalism.” Appearing in the feminist… 414 more words

Women's Waist Size

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17543266.2016.1214291?scroll=top&needAccess=true&journalCode=tfdt20

This study shows that the average clothing size of American women now hovers between 16 and 18, up from the 14 it was most recently measured at. 167 more words