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LA CENSURE ET LA FEMME: pendant la Première Guerre mondiale

Françoise Navet-Bouron
Guerres mondiales et conflits contemporains
No. 198, Dossier: Les femmes et la guerre (Juin 2000), pp. 43-51
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25732675
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Abstract

Sur l'ensemble de la guerre, quatre thèmes principaux se dégagent des motifs de censure: les femmes grévistes, de loin le plus censuré, les femmes espionnes, la douleur des mères et des veuves et les femmes victimes des atrocités allemandes. Mais, dans l'ensemble, le thème de la femme apparaît relativement peu censuré. Overall, four topics stand out as the main subjects of censorship: women on strike (by far the most censored topic), women spies, grieving mothers and widows, and women victims of German atrocities. But all in all, the coverage of women appears to be relatively lightly censored.

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