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A surfeit of socks? The impact of the First World War on women correspondents to daily newspapers.
(Edinburgh University Press., 2002-03)
Ladies ‘doing their bit’ for the war effort in the north-east of Scotland.
(Women's History Network, 2015)
My son’s primary school class recently undertook a project on the First World War. One of the topics that the children could choose to study was ‘Women in the War’ and the usual subjects were included – nurses, VADs, ...
Caroline Phillips: Aberdeen suffragette and journalist.
(Robert Gordon University, 2017-11-01)
Aberdeen Art Gallery holds a unique collection of correspondence that belonged to a woman journalist called Caroline Phillips. As honorary secretary of the Aberdeen branch of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU), ...
The appearance of women's politics in the correspondence pages of Aberdeen newspapers 1900-1914.
(Taylor & Francis, 2002)
A newspaper’s ‘Letters to the Editor’ column represents its readership in an unique way and can provide a useful ‘thermometer’ with which to measure the extent of critical debate and discussion a particular issue generated ...
Within their sphere? Women's correspondence to Aberdeen daily newspapers, 1900-1918.
(Robert Gordon University, 2004-01)
This research provides an insight into the motivations and agenda of women correspondents to Aberdeen local newspapers during the period 1900-18. This was achieved by undertaking a content analysis of all printed letters ...
Within their sphere? Women correspondents to Aberdeen daily newspapers 1900-1914.
(Edinburgh University Press, 2002-05)
The Scottish suffragettes and the press.
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2017-07-02)
The file associated with this record contains only the first chapter - the full book is available for purchase from the publisher's website. This work approaches the Scottish women's suffrage campaign from the point of ...
Suffragettes and the Scottish press during the First World War.
(Taylor and Francis, 2017-02-22)
This article analyses the coverage of the suffrage movement in Scottish newspapers during the First World War. Suspension of militant action and a re-focus on women’s war work did not mean the complete disappearance of ...
Press response to women politicians: a comparative study of suffragettes and contemporary Scottish Parliament leaders.
(Taylor and Francis, 2016-06-29)
Celebrity culture and the personalisation of both politics and the media in the last few decades has exacerbated the media's focus on the appearance of women politicians. However, this article argues that we can see a ...