The Gender Report is now providing a weekly round-up of links to online articles that may be of interest to our readers. The links below are to noteworthy articles on topics related to women in journalism and the media during the past week.
-Four Tips for Male Journalists Who Want to Discuss Women’s Health (Alyssa Rosenberg at Think Progress)
-Sunday Shows Overwhelmingly White And Male: Study (Huffington Post – Media)
-A Painterly World Press Photo Winner: “We seldom see veiled women in this way, at such an intimate moment.” (Lens – New York Times photo blog)
-BBC ‘got it wrong on women’ (The Guardian)
-Cal Thomas Apologizes To Rachel Maddow For Contraception Comment (Huffington Post – Media)
-In the New York Times, Sheryl Sandberg Is Lucky, Men Are Good (Rebecca Rosen for The Atlantic)
-Finding ‘Life, Death And Hope’ In A Mumbai Slum: Interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Katherine Boo (NPR’s Fresh Air)
-When did The New York Times first get…[a woman reporter with a desk in the newsroom]? (Poynter)
-What it’s like to cover ‘unbearable’ stories of rape in Congo (by Lynsey Addario for Women Under Siege, a project to document sexualized violence in conflict. The project’s website launched this week.)
-From darkness, dignity: Why sexualized violence must move from the shadows (by Lara Logan for Women Under Siege)
-Help PhD research into women in journalism (Journalism.co.uk)
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