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Report Hub: Media
Inequality in 1,100 Popular Films: Examining Portrayals of Gender, Race/Ethnicity, LGBT & Disability from 2007 to 2017
"[T]he Annenberg Inclusion Initiative conducts the most comprehensive and intersectional investigation into inequality in popular films."
Inclusion in the Recording Studio? Gender and race/ethnicity of artists, songwriters & producers across 600 popular songs from 2012-2017
"This research report offers a thorough picture of the landscape of popular music when it comes to issues of inclusion. An industry with international reach and culture‐shaping products, the music business is a place where inclusion is imperative."
Inclusion in the Directors Chair? Gender, race & age of directors across 1,100 films from 2007-2017
“A total of 1,100 movies (1,223 directors) have been examined from 2007 to 2017. This year we added an additional gender analysis of the C‐suite, Board of Directors, and Executive Film Teams across seven major media companies.”
Inequality in 900 Popular Films: Examining portrayals of gender, race/ethnicity, LGBT, and disability from 2007-2016
"We examine every speaking or named character on screen for gender, race/ethnicity, LGBT, and disability across the 100 top fictional films as determined by U.S. box office from 2007 to 2016 (excluding 2011)"
News media and the Primary Prevention of Violence Against Women and their Children: Emerging evidence, insights and lessons
"The media features as a priority area in primary prevention because of its potential influence on public understanding of violence against women.”
Digital News Report: Australia 2017
This annual digital newsletter includes a special section on Gender and News (p.70-83). Authored by Jacqueline Maley, Michael Jensen, Virginia Haussegger and Pia Rowe.
Women & Leadership: A study of gender parity and diversity in Canada’s Screen Industries
“Over the past few years a growing number of stakeholders and the media have become more vocal with respect to the persistence of gender imbalance and lack of diversity in the film, television and digital content industries.”
Female CEOs are more likely to be blamed in the media as the source of a crisis, finds new research
The Women in Media Report: A study of gender differences in Australian media
“This data was collected via a national online survey of around 1,000 women in media at the end of 2015.”
Does the media influence how we perceive women in leadership?
"Despite the heightened awareness on gender equality, corporations are not doing enough to address the fact that the C-suite remains predominantly male."
Women in Media Report 2016
This information graphic provides a snapshot of a larger Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance analysis of the gender gap in Australian media.
Gender Matters: Women in the Australian Screen Industry
"Screen Australia’s analysis of applications and funding decisions over the past two years has revealed that the proportion of women attached in key roles to all applications has been matched by the proportion of women attached to successful applications.