Sex Roles (2012) 66:1–2 DOI 10.1007/s11199-011-0097-z EDITORIAL Maureen C. McHugh & Irene Hanson Frieze Published online: 7 December 2011 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2011 I have recently appointed Maureen C. McHugh to serve as articles relating to gender or to women’sissues (Unger 2010). Media Review Editor for Sex Roles. The Internet, and the This also predates the first issues of Sex Roles published in media more broadly, are a central part of our lives today. I 1975 (Frieze and Dittrich 2009). The articles we used in was pleased that Maureen was willing to take on this class were mimeographed in a garage and distributed by important task. As she explains below, the media have been KNOW, a division of the National Organization of Women of great interest to her for many years. She has some (NOW). (This publisher no longer operates). Now it is exciting ideas about how we can use this new section. definitely more difficult to keep up with the texts and This new section begins with this issue. Under Maureen’s resources available. Hopefully the media reviews offered new editorship, the media review included in this issue is a here will help all of us keep up.
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