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Introduction to the 40th Anniversary Edition: Wimmin in the Mass Media and Centennial College, Looking Backwards • Mary Jo Deegan
WIMMIN IN THE MASS MEDIA: Articles Collected at the Centennial Education Program, Fall 1980
Introduction: Wimmin and the Mass Media — Construction of the Self • Mary Jo Deegan and Terry Nygren
Examining the Top Ten, or Why Those Songs Make the Charts • Jane Pemberton
Images of Women in Rock Music: Analysis of B-52’s and Black Rose• Sheila M. Krueger
Women in Sitcoms: “I Love Lucy”• Nancy Grant-Colson
Horatio Alger is Alive and Well and Masquerading as a Feminist, or Where Are the Magazines for the Real Working Women? • Teresa Holder
Freudian Tradition Versus Feminism in Science Fiction • Karen Keller
Cover design by Becky Ross.
I hope that reprinting this booklet will serve as a small material document of the educational community many of us enjoyed with this program. It is also a reminder of an era and political attempt to broaden the scope of traditional formats at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Centennial created a short, viable community that is remembered here
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feminism, education, University of Nebraska, Centennial College
Curriculum and Social Inquiry | Education | Educational Methods | Higher Education | Liberal Studies | Other Education
Nygren, Terry and Deegan, Mary Jo, "Wimmin in the Mass Media" (2021). Zea E-Books. 102.