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Newstalk : women's place in the language of Adelaide newspapers / Kate Smith
Bib ID 190535
Format BookBook
Author
Smith, Kate
 
Description [Adelaide] : Dept. of Education, University of Adelaide, [1981] 
39 p., [4] leaves ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0909688974
Series

Occasional papers in language, media and culture ; no. 3

Notes

Bibliography: leaf [4]

Subjects Women. Attitudes of media. Adelaide  |  Women in mass media - South Australia - Adelaide.  |  Journalism - South Australia - Adelaide.  |  Sexism in language.  |  Newspapers - Sections, columns, etc. - Women.
Other authors/contributors University of Adelaide. Department of Education

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