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Politics in popular culture

The focus of the issue discuss problems of visibility and concerns of the politics of minority recognition, which they analyze for the media conditions of the magazine, the TV series, stand-up comedy, and the corporate advertising industry. The authors include both historical and contemporary media and media platforms.
The open section of the journal offers an analysis of the cinematic representation figure of the sex tourist, an insight into the nutritional and health situation of multiply disadvantaged women in the global South, results of a qualitative study on everyday experiences of female professors at universities, and a sustainability critique on how to deal with digital transformation.
In addition, there are four reviews of recent publications on the topics of Women and Leadership, Men in Pregnancy Conflicts, Gender Research in KITA and Femicide in Germany.


Editors: Sylvia Mieszkowski, Sigrid Nieberle

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