Women in journalism: Reading list for 11/10/2013

The Gender Report provides 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. Articles included in this feature do not necessarily reflect the views of The Gender Report or its writers. View past week’s round-ups here.

Reading List

Women and the Internet: Part One: Online and offline violence towards women (Medium)

Women’s issues in Arab media: finding a place, finding the words (Thomson Reuters Foundation)

Swedish cinemas take aim at gender bias with Bechdel test rating (The Guardian)

It’s a Man’s Phone: My female hands meant I couldn’t use my Google Nexus to document tear gas misuse (Medium)

The gender ratio at many literary publications is shameful. But on Twitter, some of the most widely read critics are women (by Anna Holmes)

Writing as Woman’s Work: The devaluation of “content” is bad for readers and for democracy (The Nation)

Inside Iran: A Female Journalist Tells Her Story (ABC News) On Farideh Khoosha

Capturing the truth in photojournalism one woman stands out (Women News Network) On Svetlana Bachevanova

On Being a Woman Photographer With Maggie Steber and Lynn Johnson (National Geographic)

Sara Lewkowicz Wins College Photographer Of The Year (NPPA)

Katherine Boo, investigative journalist, and Gail Collins, Op-Ed columnist, join Pulitzer Prize Board (Columbia News)

Q&A: WNYC Contributing Editor, Beth Fertig (ReportHers)

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Women in journalism: Reading list for 11/3/2013

The Gender Report provides 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. Articles included in this feature do not necessarily reflect the views of The Gender Report or its writers. View past week’s round-ups here.

Reading List

Shutting us down: How online misogyny prevents women from fully participating in democracy (Women Under Siege)

The Post’s front page needs more women (Washington Post – Letter to the Editor)

Why are so many women ‘seen but not heard’ on social media? (The Telegraph)

Ann Coulter on women: We’re bitchy and hysterical (Name it. Change it.)

For ‘SNL’ Cast, Being Diverse May Be Better Than Being ‘Ready’ (New York Times)

Natascha McElhone: it’s time to find an app for gender equality (The Guardian)

Book Review: Women and Journalism (LSE Review of Books)

In the land of ladyblogs: A panel of prominent bloggers discussed their niche (Columbia Journalism Review)

Karen Dunlap will retire as Poynter’s president (Poynter)

Q&A: Nancy Conway, The Salt Lake Tribune (Columbia Journalism Review)

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Women in journalism: Reading list for 10/13/2013

The Gender Report provides 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. Articles included in this feature do not necessarily reflect the views of The Gender Report or its writers. View past week’s round-ups here.

Reading List

Why Don’t Women Harassed Online Call the Cops? Read This. (XX Factor)

Tech’s Gender Problem in One Chart (Gawker)

Women on the Front Lines and Behind the Lens (Lens Blog)

Essence: Black women still poorly depicted in media (She the People)

Women bloggers face triumph & threats as they speak up on global corruption (Women News Network)

Q&A with Marguerite Sullivan: Why Citizen Journalism Makes Media Literacy Crucial (PBS MediaShift)

Rachel Sklar Emphasizes That Diversity, Inclusiveness Are Good for Business (Ad Week)

Q&A: NYT Public Editor, Margaret Sullivan (ReportHers)

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Women in journalism: Reading list for 9/1/2013

The Gender Report provides 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. Articles included in this feature do not necessarily reflect the views of The Gender Report or its writers. View past week’s round-ups here.

Reading List

A New DIY Movement: #SmartFeministsofTwitter (Ms. Magazine)

6 Insidious Ways Social Media Can Be Used to Silence Women (Policy Mic)

The War Over Free Speech, Harassment, and Trolls Hits Another Social-Media Site (Mother Jones)

A Show of Strength by Middle Eastern Women Photographers (Lens Blog)

Female Journalists Sitting On Floor In Iran An Illustration Of Gender Inequality? (Huffington Post)

12 Minutes of Freedom in 460 Days of Captivity (New York Times Magazine) Amanda Lindhout tells the story of her kidnapping

For Two Female News Anchors, Morning Has Spoken (New York Times) On Gayle King and Mika Brzezinski

Why Bustle Is Great News for Women (XX Factor)

A Year in the Life of a Watchdog (by Margaret Sullivan, New York Times Public Editor)

The Associated Press’s Kathleen Carroll: “You can have it all if you define what it is you want” (Nieman Reports)

A Q&A with the Guardian’s Southeast Asia correspondent Kate Hodal, on her move from freelancing to her current role (Journalism.co.uk)

Q&A: NYT Magazine Writer, Maggie Jones (ReportHers)

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Women in journalism: Reading list 2/10/2013

The Gender Report provides 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. Articles included in this feature do not necessarily reflect the views of The Gender Report or its writers. View past week’s round-ups here.

Reading List

The Digital Safety Gap and the Online Harassment of Women (HuffPost Media)

Haters Gonna Hate. What’s a Woman to Do About It? (New York Magazine)

Sexist Super Bowl ads? #NotBuyingIt, some say (CNN)

House Of Cards Thinks All Female Political Reporters Are Mean Sluts (Slate)

Shhhh…no one tell Fox News about the “wedding kiss”… (via Jessica Valenti)

How bloggers became the new “chick lit” heroines (Poynter)

Beliefnet tells writer: Don’t use the word ‘feminist’ on your blog (JimRomenesko.com)

Concern About Somalia Rape Case Verdict (State Department)

Margaret Sullivan makes Medill Magazine’s cover (JimRomenesko.com)

Robin Roberts to Return to ‘Good Morning America’ Feb. 20 (ABC News)

Jill Abramson on paywalls, Howell Raines and 9/11 (JimRomenesko.com) Related: “Alec Baldwin scolds his listeners for complaining about Jill Abramson’s voice. (@ABFalecbaldwin)”

RIP Annette Buchanan, reporter who protected her pot-smoking sources in the ’60s (JimRomenesko.com)

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