Women’s presences in the media, from their images to their prominence in news stories, have long been the subject of research in universities and newsrooms. The consensus of many of these analyses is that how these women role models are depicted to new generations and future decision-makers is often distorted; little is said about women, and what is said is often biased. At LLYC, we have spent several years researching women and feminism in social conversations and the media, which is why we know the visibility of women, both in the workplace and in general, accelerates equality. After looking deeply into women’s presence in the media over the past year, this is what we found.
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