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A Trophy Article

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July 9th, 2007

Cross-posted from Women’s Voices for Change
From an image standpoint, The New York Times probably has a point devoting an entire article to the potential impact of Jeri Kehn Thompson, wife of soon-to-be Republican candidate Fred Thompson. She is 24 years younger than her husband, and she is much less of a public figure than other […]

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Prime Time Women on TV

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June 23rd, 2007

Cross-posted from Women’s Voices for Change
In an article titled "In the Prime of Their Time" that ran in The New York Times on Sunday, Alessandra Stanley writes:
Older stars who once had to resign themselves to playing frustrated spinsters or docile moms are suddenly flaunting their ripened sex appeal on television. It’s not "The Roman […]

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Women, Media and the Myth of Progress

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June 19th, 2007

cross-posted from Women’s Voices for Change.
The conventional wisdom about women in the media is that although women are certainly not yet equally represented, progress is continually being made — and women are clearly taking on a more prominent role in the production and presentation of news and entertainment programming.
Furthermore, the CW continues, after years of […]

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