Weekly Editors in 1900: A Quantitative Study of Demographic Characteristics

Folkerts, Jean; Lacy, Stephen
June 1987
Journalism Quarterly;Summer/Autumn87, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p429
Academic Journal
Studies the demographic characteristics of weekly newspaper editors in the U.S. Percentage of respondents identifying their occupations as editors; Number of women editors based on the survey size; Weekly circulations produced by the editors.


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