Feminist Media Studies
|Discipline||Media studies, communication studies|
|Edited by||Lisa McLaughlin, Cynthia Carter, Radha S. Hegde|
Feminist Media Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering media and communication studies from a feminist perspective. It was established in 2001 with three issues a year, and is published by Routledge. The editors-in-chief are Cynthia Carter (Cardiff University) and Radha S. Hegde (New York University). Feminist media studies is also a field of study examining how representations of gender, race, sexuality, disability, class, and other forms of identity both produce and are produced by contemporary media texts.
Abstracting and indexing
The journal is abstracted and indexed in Communication Abstracts, Communication and Mass Media Complete, Index Islamicus, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, and the MLA International Bibliography.
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