French feminine press: two hundred years of history

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The article deals with genesis and evolution of French press for female reader. The author investigates the process of development of feminine publications within the context of French history: from the first titles for female reader of the mid–18 th century devoted to fashion and literature, till the women’s magazines in the modern interpretation come out after the Second World War. This article encompasses evolution of women’s image in this section of press in the light of social changes which took place in French society over a period of two hundred years. Special attention is given to the history of feminist journalism and its role in the change of woman’s social status in France.

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M V Terebilina

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

Email: marmotte_mari@rambler.ru

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