It won’t be a surprise to many that the gender pay gap still exists in Canadian journalism.
A survey conducted by J-Source shows that 42 per cent of surveyed cisgender women, transgender and non-binary journalists don’t think they are paid…
The Informed Opinions Gender Gap Tracker powered by SFU combines big data and computational linguistics to analyze how women’s voices are represented in Canadian media. This tool has downloaded and analyzed thousands of news articles posted on main media outlets…
Women are quoted one-third as often as men in Canadian news stories, says a resource centre dedicated to closing the gap, as it unveils a new project to monitor the discrepancy.
Informed Opinions, a project under Media Action – a…
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