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Percent of local #TV and #radio managers and #newspaper supervisors that were #women in 2012.

Percent of local #TV and #radio managers and #newspaper supervisors that were #women in 2012.

The decline of traditional media.

The decline of traditional media.

TV goes social.

TV goes social.

Advertising: il 60% delle aziende preferisce il web

Advertising: il 60% delle aziende preferisce il web

The majority of adults follow local news most of the time

The majority of adults follow local news most of the time

Will Print Survive the Next Ten Years?

Will Print Survive the Next Ten Years?


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Because gender segregation is still an issue, only harder to fight for, because it is more subtle...

Because gender segregation is still an issue, only harder to fight for, because it is more subtle...

This image shows the racial diversity in TV directors from 2010-2012 (finding)

This image shows the racial diversity in TV directors from 2010-2012 (finding)

Teaching Undergrads how to do an in-depth interview JSTOR: Teaching Sociology, Vol. 38, No. 2 (APRIL 2010), pp. 157-165

Teaching Undergrads how to do an in-depth interview JSTOR: Teaching Sociology, Vol. 38, No. 2 (APRIL 2010), pp. 157-165

Orange Is The New Black | Season 2 | Netflix

Orange Is The New Black | Season 2 | Netflix

The Princess position -- logical fallacy for AP Comp

The Princess position -- logical fallacy for AP Comp

Image Observation:  This is an essay written by (for?) Beyonce and was published in The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Pushes Back From the Brink.  Despite, this information not being new or shocking, it is important to have a celebrity focusing on these issues and addressing them so publicly.

Image Observation: This is an essay written by (for?) Beyonce and was published in The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Pushes Back From the Brink. Despite, this information not being new or shocking, it is important to have a celebrity focusing on these issues and addressing them so publicly.

As this animation makes clear, gender equality in the workplace is good for business, and it needn't be difficult to achieve. EBRD June 2014

As this animation makes clear, gender equality in the workplace is good for business, and it needn't be difficult to achieve. EBRD June 2014

"I don't understand why people don't understand that the world of TV should look like the world outside of TV." -- Shonda Rhimes, Screenwriter, producer

"I don't understand why people don't understand that the world of TV should look like the world outside of TV." -- Shonda Rhimes, Screenwriter, producer

Finding. This pin is an article by The Artifice, it points out the strict gender roles focusing on television of the 1950's.  Even though, the information focused on is from decades ago, most of it still rings true today.  It is important to my topic because despite strides being made to shatter gender norms, there are still some very present and ingrained in our society and popular culture.

Finding. This pin is an article by The Artifice, it points out the strict gender roles focusing on television of the 1950's. Even though, the information focused on is from decades ago, most of it still rings true today. It is important to my topic because despite strides being made to shatter gender norms, there are still some very present and ingrained in our society and popular culture.

Critique : this is a monologue from a TED talk by Nigerian author and feminist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. It was featured on Beyonce's track Flawless. It highlights the differences that we as a society teach to young girls vs. young boys. Even though, Beyonce doesn't always adhere to her feminist mentality, it is a powerful statement for this to be used on one of her tracks. An interesting side note is that this monologue did not make the radio edition of the single.

Critique : this is a monologue from a TED talk by Nigerian author and feminist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. It was featured on Beyonce's track Flawless. It highlights the differences that we as a society teach to young girls vs. young boys. Even though, Beyonce doesn't always adhere to her feminist mentality, it is a powerful statement for this to be used on one of her tracks. An interesting side note is that this monologue did not make the radio edition of the single.

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