As mulheres e a afirmação histórica da profissão jornalística: contributos para uma não-ossificação da História do jornalismo.

  • Maria João Silveirinha Universidade de Coimbra
Palavras-chave: women, history of journalism, journalism as a profession, gender

Resumo

The place and role that women played in the history of journalism is still, amongst us, quite invisible and unquestioned. In the spirit of not only documenting, but theorizing history, the text aims to consider the intersection of the early stages of journalism as a profession with the entrance of the first women in the profession, and revisits the national and international press in the nineteenth century and the turn to the twentieth century, recalling the papers and female journalists of the time. As with almost all industrial activities, women were strongly sidelined in the early stage of industrialization of journalism in the terms under which it was defined. Learning about the experiences that make up the affirmation of journalism as a profession not only in Portugal but also in countries such as France, England or the United States establishes knowledge of a bodily and gendered experience. Assigning gender to the news, as it was originally defined, extends the range of problems we study and allows a deeper understanding not only of what may or may not be journalism, but also of a set of transnational problems and issues shared by women in their historical relations with the profession.

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Publicado
2012-06-29
Como Citar
Silveirinha, M. J. (2012). As mulheres e a afirmação histórica da profissão jornalística: contributos para uma não-ossificação da História do jornalismo. Comunicação E Sociedade, 21, 165-182. https://doi.org/10.17231/comsoc.21(2012).707
Secção
II. No género e na heterossexualidade: exotismo, ossificação, guerra e acasalamento