Forging the Bubikopf Nation: A Feminist Political-economic Analysis of "Zenski List", Interwar Croatia's Women's Magazine, for the Construction of an Alternative Vision of Modernity
ProQuest, 2008 - 354 pages
This thesis is an examination of Zenski list, arguably the first magazine published exclusively for women between the wars in Croatia, and Yugoslavia. To fully understand the place, meaning and the impact of this magazine on everyday lives of its readers, with the study of the content I also include examination of the role of its editor and the first Croatian woman journalist Marija Juric Zagorka. Finally, this thesis examines readers' responses to the content, their opinions, interactions between the readers and the editor, as well as interactions between the readers themselves for the overall assessment of the significance of Zenski list in the history of popular women's press in Croatia, and Yugoslavia.
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