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Paul Pasteur

Du militantisme au journalisme ? Les multiples paradoxes de la presse féminine sociale-démocrate autrichienne

Le Temps des médias n°12, printemps-été 2009, p. 54-65.

From 1892 to 1991, the Austrian socio-democrat party put up with a women’s press as long as it was under control and could attract woman voters and militants. In the twenties, Die Frau (The Woman) and Die Unzufriedene (The Malcontent) had a wide circulation and sometimes took feminist undertones whereas in the fifties and sixties, Die Frau appeared as a cog in the machine of the male leadership of the party. Its editors seemed torn between being militants and being journalists. DrapeauFrancais

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