Prime-Time Feminism: Television, Media Culture, and the Women's Movement since 1970

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Index
Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, The, xvii, 34
Alice, 59, 100, 108, 131
Alley, Robert S., 163
All in the Family, xxiv, 26, 32, 35, 56, 61, 149
Ang, Ien, 193
Aristotle, xv
Atkinson, Ti-Grace28, 29
Audience study, 2, 23; and political implica-
tions, 14; and resistance, 12-15; and so-
cial subjectivity, 13-14; and television
genre, 23. See also Television criticism
Bachelor Father, 64
Bailey, Alison, 202
Barson, Michael, 171-172
Bathrick, Serafina, 45
Becker, Samuel, 9
Bergen, Candice, 136, 138, 140, 151, 156
Berry, Mary Frances, 194
Bewitched, xvii, 33
Bianculli, David, xviii
Big Valley, The, xviii, 180
Bionic Woman, The, 85
Bird, Caroline, 66-67
Birmingham group, 10, 22
Bloodworth-Thomason, Linda, 130, 135- 136
Bob Newhart Show, The,56
Boling, Patricia, 196, 197, 201
Bolotin, Susan, 89-90
Bonanza, 173, 180
Brady Bunch, The, 33
Brooks, James, 24
Brown, Helen Gurley, 29
Brown, Irby B., 163
Brown, Mary Ellen, 134
Brownmiller, Susan, 27
Brunsdon, Charlotte, 2
Bryant, Donald, xv Budd, Mike, 14
Burke, Delta, 118, 132
Burke, Kenneth, 7-8, 22, 36, 149
Butler, Jeremy, 132, 133
Byars, Jackie, 134
Cagney and Lacey, xix, xxiii, 86, 101, 129, 130; abortion in, 128; compared to Designing Women; and feminism, 103-104, 165; television criticism of, 130
Campbell, Karlyn Kohrs, 84
Carter, Dixie, 132
Charlie's Angels, 84, 85, 98
Cheers, 131, 150-151
Chesler, Phyllis, 215
Chicago Hope, xvii
Chodorow, Nancy, 167
Clinton, Hillary, 160, 204
Cloud, Dana, 163
Collins, Patricia Hill, 202
Condit, Celeste, 7, 12-13, 55, 128
Consciousness-raising: definitions of, 64- 65, 109; in Designing Women, 108-118, 121; in novels, 84; in One Day at a Time, 68-80; as a rhetorical strategy, 84; in second-wave feminism, 64-68
Cosby Show, The, 98-100, 158
Cybill, 207-208, 216
D'Acci, Julie, xix, 103, 122, 165
Dallas, xxv, 96-97
Daly, Mary, 166
Davis, Flora, 64, 79, 198
Days and Nights of Molly Dodd, The, 151

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