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.
–The VIDA Count 2013 – Lie by Omission: The Rallying Few, The Rallying Masses (VIDA)
–Surprise: men still greatly outnumber women in US and UK arts publications (The Guardian)
–VIDA Count of Women in Literary Journals Shows Remarkable Improvement (Jezebel)
–How not to be sexist when covering female candidates (Columbia Journalism Review)
–The Bechdel Test Sets the Bar Too Low. Let’s Write a New One. (XX Factor)
–Oscar Bias Is in the Numbers (Daily Beast)
–Tech shift: More women in computer science classes (SFGate)
–Women Digital Thinkers Tweet A Day in Their Lives: Join Us For #NPRWIT (NPR)
–16 women journalists on the Middle East front lines (Al-Monitor)
–A Lifetime of Art: Musola Cathrine Kaseketi (Women in the World)
–Meet the Woman Leading the Tech LadyMafia (Elle) On Aminatou Sow
–Kate Fagan, ESPN Writer: It’s ‘Just Really Good Business’ To Include Women’s Voices (HuffingtonPost)
–Q&A: Video Journalist, Jane Teeling (ReportHers)
–Julie Rovner Chosen as Robin Toner Distinguished Fellow (Kaiser Health News)
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