Data from: Women are seen more than heard in online newspapers

Sen Jia, Thomas Lansdall-Welfare, Saatviga Sudhahar, Cynthia Carter & Nello Cristianini
Feminist news media researchers have long contended that masculine news values shape journalists’ quotidian decisions about what is newsworthy. As a result, it is argued, topics and issues traditionally regarded as primarily of interest and relevance to women are routinely marginalised in the news, while men’s views and voices are given privileged space. When women do show up in the news, it is often as “eye candy,” thus reinforcing women’s value as sources of visual...
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