The Cosmopolitan Divide, part 18

Colson-Smith’s research had a number of hypotheses, but three concern us here: that gendered cover messages would increase over that time period for both men’s and women’s magazines, that beauty/body image and fashion themes would be most prominent on women’s magazine covers (compared to other themes), and that women’s magazine covers would have more gendered messages than men’s.



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