- Margaret Gallagher, ‘The Case for Monitoring and Advocacy’, in Gender Setting: News Agendas for Media Monitoring and Advocacy (London & New York: Zed Books, 2001), pp. 3-23.
- Monica Djerf-Pierre, ‘The Gender of Journalism: The Structure and Logic of the Field in the Twentieth Century’, Nordicom Review, 28, 2007, 81–104.
- Patricia Holland, ‘When a Woman Reads the News’, in H. Baehr and G. Dyer (eds), Boxed In: Women and Television (London: Routledge, 1987), pp. 133-150.
- Knut De Swert and Marc Hooghe, ‘When Do Women Get a Voice? Explaining the Presence of Female News Sources in Belgian News Broadcasts (2003—5)’, European Journal of Communication, 25, 1, 2010, 69-84.
- Louise North, ‘The Gendered World of Sports Reporting in the Australian Print Media’ JOMEC Journal, 2012.
- Stine Eckert and Linda Steiner, ‘(Re)triggering Backlash: Responses to News About Wikipedia's Gender Gap’, The Journal of Communication Inquiry, 37, 4, 2013, 284-303.
Part 2: Women in Politics
- Pippa Norris, 'Running as a Woman: Gender Stereotyping in Women's Campaigns', in Shanto Iyengar, Nicholas A. Valentino, Stephen Ansolabehere and Adam F. Simon, Women, Media and Politics (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997), pp. 77-98.
- Elisabeth Gidengil and Joanna Everitt, ‘Conventional Coverage / Unconventional Politicians: Gender and Media Coverage of Canadian Leaders' Debates, 1993, 1997, 2000’, Canadian Journal of Political Science,36, 3, 2003, 559-577.
- Erika Falk, ‘Baking Muffins and Bombing Countries’, in Women for President: Media Bias in Nine Campaigns (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2010), pp.52-82.
- Charlotte Adcock, ‘The Politician, The Wife, The Citizen, and her Newspaper: Rethinking Women, Democracy, and Media(ted) Representation’, Feminist Media Studies, 10, 2, 2010, 135-59.
- Emily Harmer, ‘Seen and Not Heard: The Popular Appeal of Postfeminist Political Celebrity’, in H. Savigny and H. Warner (eds), The Politics of Being a Woman: Feminism, Media and 21st Century Popular Culture (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp. 27-48.
Volume II: Representing Gender
Part 1: Housewives & Subordinate Women
12. Betty Friedan, ‘The Happy Housewife Heroine’, in The Feminine Mystique (New York: W.W. Norton, 2002 )), pp. 33-68.
- Gaye Tuchman, ‘The Symbolic Annihilation of Women by the Mass Media’, in G. Tuchman, A. Kaplan Daniels, and J. Benet (eds), Hearth and Home: Images of Women in the Mass Media (New York: Oxford University Press, 1978), pp. 3-38.
- Erving Goffman, Gender Advertisements (New York & London: Harper & Row, 1979), pp. 24-27.
Part 2: Love, Romance & Female Fantasy
- Tania Modleski, ‘The Search for Tomorrow in Today’s Soap Operas’, in Loving with a Vengeance: Mass-Produced Fantasies for Women (London: Methuen, 1984), pp. 35-58.
- Angela McRobbie, ‘Jackie Magazine: Romantic Individualism and the Teenage Girl’, in Feminism and Youth Culture, 2nd, ed. (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2000), pp. 67-117.
- Susan H. Alexander, ‘Messages to Women on Love and Marriage From Women’s Magazines’ in M. Meyers (ed.), Mediated Women: Representations in Popular Culture (Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 1999), pp. 25-37.
Part 3: Sexualization, Visual Pleasure and Culture
- Laura Mulvey, ‘Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema’, Screen, 16, 3, 1975, 6-18.
- Rosalind Gill, ‘Empowerment/Sexism: Figuring Female Sexual Agency in Contemporary Advertising’, Feminism & Psychology, 18, 1, 2008, 35-60.
- Feona Attwood, ‘Pornography and Objectification’, Feminist Media Studies, 4, 1, 2004, 7-19.
- Annabelle Mooney, ‘Boys Will be Boys: Men’s Magazines and the Normalisation of Pornography’, Feminist Media Studies, 8, 3, 2008, 247-265.
Part 4: Postfeminism and Popular Culture
- Rosalind Gill, ‘Postfeminist Media Culture: Elements of a Sensibility’, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 10, 2, 2007, 147-66.
- Kaitlynn Mendes ‘The Lady is a Closet Feminist!: Discourses of Backlash and Postfeminism in British and American Newspapers’, International Journal of Cultural Studies, 14, 6, 2011, 1-17.
- Hannah Hamad, 'Hollywood's Hot Dads': Tabloid, Reality and Scandal Discourses of Celebrity Post-Feminist Fatherhood’, Celebrity Studies, 1, 2, 2010, 151-69.
- Imelda Whelehan, ‘Ageing Appropriately: Postfeminist Discourses of Ageing in Contemporary Hollywood Cinema’, in J. Gwynne and I. Whelehan (eds), Postfeminism and Contemporary Hollywood Cinema (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), pp. 78-96
Part 5: Masculinities
- Jeffery P. Dennis, ‘Men, Masculinities and the Cave Man’, in K. Ross (ed.), The Handbook of Gender, Sex and Media (Malden, MA, Oxford, & Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012), pp. 107-117.
- Tim Edwards, ‘Sex, Booze and Fags: Masculinity, Style and Men’s Magazines’, in B. Benwell (ed.), Masculinity and Men’s Lifestyle Magazines (Oxford & Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2003), pp.132-146.
- Federico Boni, ‘Framing Media Masculinities: Men's Lifestyle Magazines and the Biopolitics of the Male Body’, European Journal of Communication, 7, 4, 2002, 465-478.
- Laura Hurd Clarke, Erica V. Bennett, and Chris Liu ‘Aging and Mmasculinity: Portrayals in Men's Magazines’, Journal of Aging Studies, 31, 2014, 26-33.
Part 6: Mediated Sexuality
- Audrey Yue, ‘Sexualities/Queer Identities’, in C. Carter, L. Steiner and L. McLaughlin (eds), The Routledge Companion to Media and Gender (Abingdon and New York: Routledge, 2014), pp. 81-91.
- Guillermo Avila-Saavedra, ‘Nothing Queer about Queer Television: Televised Construction of Gay Masculinities’, Media, Culture & Society, 31, 1, 2009, 5-21.
- Bernadette Barker-Plummer, ‘Fixing Gwen: News and the Mediation of (trans)Gender Challenges’, Feminist Media Studies, 13, 4, 2013, 710-724.
Part 7: Representations of Violence against Women
- Cynthia Carter, ‘When the ‘Extraordinary’ Becomes ‘Ordinary’: Everyday News of Sexual Violence’ in C. Carter, G. Branston, and S. Allan (eds), News, Gender and Power (London and New York: Routledge, 1998), pp. 219-232.
- Sujata Moorti, ‘The Right of Sight is White: The Singular Focus if Network News’, in The Color of Rape (NY: State University Press of New York, 2002), pp.71-112.
- Ammu Joseph and Kelpana Sharma, Whose News? The Media and Women’s Issues (New Delhi; London: Sage Publications, 1994), pp 33-42.
- Paulina García-Del Moral, ‘Representation as a Technology of Violence: On the Representation of the Murders and Disappearances of Aboriginal Women in Canada and Women in Ciudad Juarez’, Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 36, 72, 2011, 33-62.
- Sarah Halim and Marian Meyers, ‘News Coverage of Violence Against Muslim Women: A View From the Arabian Gulf’, Communication, Culture & Critique, 3, 1, 2010, pp. 85-104.
- Meenakshi Gigi Durham, ‘Blood, Lust and Love: Interrogating Gender Violence in the Twilight Phenomenon’, Journal of Children and Media, 6, 3, 2012, pp. 281-299.
Volume III: Gender, Audiences and Media Use
Part 1: Gender and Cultural Production
- Mary Celeste Kearney, ‘Delightful Employment: Girls’ Cultural Production Prior to the Late Twentieth Century’, in Girls Make Media (Routledge: New York & London, 2006), pp. 19-48.
- Alison Piepmeier, ‘"If I Didn’t Write These Things No One Else Would Either": The Feminist Legacy of Grrrl Zines and the Origins of the Third Wave’, in Girl Zines: Making Media, Doing Feminism (New York: New York University Press, 2009), pp. 23-55.
- Alison Harvey, ‘Twine’s Revolution: Democratization, Depoliticization, and the Queering of Game Design’, GAME: The Italian Journal of Game Studies, 3, 2014, 95-107.
- Amy Adele Hasinoff, ‘Sexting as Media Production: Rethinking Social Media and Sexuality’, New Media & Society, 15, 4, 2013, 449-65.
Part 2: Reading Romance, Teen Fiction and Magazines
- Rhadika Parmeswan, ‘Reading Fictions of Romance: Gender, Sexuality and Nationalism in Postcolonial India’, Journal of Communication, 52, 4, 2002, 832-852.
- Dawn H. Currie, ‘Decoding Femininity: Advertisements and their Teenage Readers’, Gender & Society, 11, 1997, 453-477.
- Elizabeth Frazer, ‘Teenage Girls Reading Jackie’, Media, Culture and Society, 9, 4, 1987, 407-425.
- Alexander Dhoest and Nele Simons, ‘Questioning Queer Audiences: Exploring Diversity and Lesbian and Gay Men’s Media Uses and Readings’, in K. Ross (ed.), The Handbook of Gender, Sex and Media (Malden, MA, Oxford, & Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012), pp. 260-276.
Part 3: Gendered Responses to Media Technologies
- Lynn Spigel, ‘Installing the Television Set: Popular Discourses on Television and Domestic Space, 1948-1955’, in L. Spigel and D. Mann (eds), Private Screenings: Television and the Female Consumer (Minneapolis, MN, USA: University of Minnesota Press, 1992), pp. 3-40.
- Helen Wood, ‘Television—the Housewife's Choice? The 1949 Mass Observation Television Directive, Reluctance and Revision’, Media History, 21, 3, 2015, 1-18.
- Andrea L. Press, ‘Women’s Experiences with Television: The Evolution of the Meaning of Television Through the Generations’, in Women Watching Television: Gender, Class and Generation in the American Television Experience (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1991), pp. 53-62.
Part 4: Gender and Digital Feminist Activism
- Jessalynn M. Keller, ‘Virtual Feminism: Girls' Blogging Communities, Feminist Activism, and Participatory Politics’, Information, Communication & Society, 15, 3, 2011, 429-447.
- Sonia Nuñez Puente, ‘Feminist Cyberactivism: Violence against Women, Internet Politics and Spanish Feminist Praxis Online’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 25, 3, 2011, 333-346.
- Laura Rapp, Deeanna M. Button, Benjamin Fleury-Steiner, and Ruth Fleury-Steiner, ‘The Internet as a Tool for Black Feminist Activism: Lessons From an Online Antirape Protest’, Feminist Criminology, 5, 3, 2010, 244-262.
- Frances Shaw, ‘"Hottest 100 Women": Cross-Platform Discursive Activism in Feminist Blogging Networks’, Australia Feminist Studies,27, 74, 2012, 373-87.
- Annabelle Sreberny, ‘Women's Digital Activism in a Changing Middle East’, International Journal of Middle East Studies, 47, 2, 2015, 357-361.
Part 5: Gender and Games Culture
- Janine Fron, Tracy Fullerton, Jacquelyn Ford Morie, and Celia Pearce, ‘The Hegemony of Play’, Situated Play: Proceedings of the 2007 Digital Games Research Association Conference (Tokyo: Japan, 2007), pp. 308-319.
- Diane Carr, ‘Contexts, Gaming Pleasures, and Gendered Preferences’, Simulation & Gaming, 36, 4, 2005, 464-482.
- Anastasia Salter and Bridget Blodgett, ‘Hypermasculinity & Dickwolves: The Contentious Role of Women in the New Gaming Public’, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 56, 3, 2012, 401-416.
Part 6: Soap Operas, Telenovas and (Resisting) Audiences
- Ellen Seiter, Hans Borcher, Gabriele Kreutzner and Eva-Maria Warth, ‘Don’t Treat Us like We’re So Stupid and Naïve: Towards an Ethnography of Soap Opera Viewers’, in Ellen Seiter, Hans Borcher, Gabriele Kreutzner and Eva-Maria Warth (eds), Remote Control: Television, Audiences and Cultural Power (London: Routledge, 1991), pp. 223-47.
- Myria Georgiou, ‘Watching Soap Opera in the Diaspora: Cultural Proximity or Critical Proximity?’ Ethnic and Racial Studies, 35, 5, 2012, 868-87.
- Frederik Dhaenens, ‘Queer Cuttings on YouTube: Re-editing Soap Operas as a Form of Fan-Produced Queer Resistance’, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 15, 4, 2012, 442-56.
Volume IV: Occupational Status, Practices, Experience and Ownership
Part 1: Gender, Media Ownership, Status & Decision Making
- Carolyn M. Byerly. ‘Factors Affecting the Status of Women Journalists: A Structural Analysis’, in Carolyn M. Byerly (ed.), The Palgrave International Handbook of Women and Journalism (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), pp. 11-23.
- Carolyn M. Byerly, ‘Media Conglomeration and Women’s Interests: A Global Concern’, Feminist Media Studies, 14, 2, 2014, 322-6.
- Aimée Vega Montiel, ‘Intersections between Feminism and the Political Economy of Communication: Women's Access to and Participation in Mexico's Media Industries’, Feminist Media Studies, 12, 2, 2012, 310-316.
- Ammu Joseph, ‘Working, Watching, and Waiting: Women and Issues of Access, Employment, and Decision-making in the Media in India’, in K. Ross and C.M. Byerly (eds), Women and Media: International Perspectives (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2004), pp. 132-156.
Part 2: Gendered Experiences and in Media Industries
- Cho Sooyoung and Lucinda D. Davenport, ‘Gender Discrimination in Korean Newsrooms’, Asian Journal of Communication, 17, 3, 2007, 286-300.
- Louise North, ‘"Just a little Bit of Cheeky Ribaldry"?: Newsroom Discourses of Sexually Harassing Behaviour’, Feminist Media Studies, 7, 1, 2007, 81-96.
- Aida Opoku-Menash, ‘Hanging in There: Women, Gender, and Newsroom Cultures in Africa’, in Marjan de Bruin & Karen Ross (eds), Gender and Newsroom Cultures: Identities at Work (Cresskill: NJ, Hampton Press, 2004), pp. 107–120.
- A. Willard, ‘Why Do Women Leave Newspaper Jobs?’, Quill, May 2007, p. 23.
Part 3: Gendered Cultures, Practices, and Identities in Media
- Randal A. Beam and Damon T. DiCicco, ‘When Women Run the Newsroom: Management Change, Gender and the News’, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 87, 2, 2010, 393-411.
- Tracy Everbach, ‘The Culture of a Women-Led Newspaper: An Ethnographic Study of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune’, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 83, 2006, 477-493.
- Aliza Lavie & Sam Lehman-Wilzig, ‘Whose News?: Does Gender Determine the Editorial Product?’, European Journal of Communication, 18, 1, 2003, 5-29.
- Monica Löfgren Nilsson, ‘"Thinkings" and "Doings" of Gender: Gendering Processes in Swedish News Production’, Journalism Practice, 4, 1, 2010, 1-16.
- Thomas Hanitzsch and Folker Hanusch, ‘Does Gender Determine Journalists’ Professional Views? A Reassessment Based on Cross-National Evidence’, European Journal of Communication, 27, 3, 2012, 257-77.
- Lucie Schoch, ‘Feminine’ Writing: the Effect of Gender on the Work of Women Sports Journalists in the Swiss Daily Press’, Media, Culture & Society, 35, 6, 2013, 708-723.
- Marian Meyers and Lynne Gayle, ‘African American Women in the Newsroom: Encoding Resistance’, Howard Journal of Communications, 26, 3, 2015, 292-312.
Part 4: Feminist Political Economy of Communication
- Lisa McLaughlin, ‘Looking for Labor in Feminist Media Studies’, Television & New Media, 10, 1, 2008, 110-113.
- Micky Lee, ‘A Feminist Political Economic Critique of the Human Development Approach to New Information and Communication Technologies’, International Communication Gazette, 73, 6, 2011, 524-538.
- Deborah Tudor and Eileen R. Meehan, ‘Demoting Women on the Screen and in the Board Room’, Cinema Journal, 53, 1, 2013, 130-136.
- Eileen R. Meehan, ‘Heads of Household and Ladies of the House: Gender, Genre, and Broadcast Ratings, 1929–1990’, in W.S. Solomon and R.W. McChesney (eds), Ruthless Criticism: New Perspectives in US Communication History, (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1993), pp. 204–221.
Part 5: Feminist Assessments and Interventions in Media Policy
- Leslie Regan Shade, ‘Gender and Digital Policy: From Global Infrastructure to Internet Governance’, in C. Carter, L. Steiner and L. McLaughlin (eds), The Routledge Companion to Media and Gender (Abingdon and New York: Routledge, 2013), pp. 222-232.
- Margaret Gallagher, ‘Gender and Communication Policy: Struggling for Space’, in R. Mansell and M. Raboy (eds), The Handbook of Global Media and Communication Policy (Malden, MA, Oxford, and Chichester: Willey-Blackwell, 2011), pp. 451-467.
- Katharein Sarikakis and Elaine Thao Nguyen, ‘The Trouble with Gender: Media Policy and Gender Mainstreaming in the European Union’, Journal of European Integration, 31, 2, 2009, 201-216.