The Survey: Have you seen misogyny in the media?

 

I want to know what you know.

This project is never over — well, until misogyny is over, but don’t hold your breath. Your input can offer crucial outside, personal perspective on this issue. 

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More women need to be represented in newsrooms and particularly in the top ranks of newsrooms. When I became the editor of a small newspaper in Michigan in the early 1980s, I was the first female to do so. But things haven’t changed all that much since. Even though the majority of journalism students are women, that’s not reflected in newsrooms.
— Sue Bullard, Professor of Journalism, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
Journalism took an awful long time to recognize that women could do way more than just the features section.
— Shane Fitzgerald, Executive Editor, Bucks County Courier Times