volume 25, issue 3, P368-373 2011
DOI: 10.1177/0891243211407631
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Abstract: W hen I became the first editor of Gender & Society, Mitch Allen, then an editor at Sage, told me that the journal would be successful if we got close to 1,000 library subscriptions in the first year (I think we got more than 900). What he was saying was that we needed to become part of the academic establishment. We were easily able to do that because Gender & Society filled a niche, empty at the time, 1987. Signs: A Journal of Women in Culture and Society, had started in 1975, and was eclectic regarding soci…

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