Spotlight on Scottish Media: Language matters
Results from our Media Monitoring project: part 2
Media representation of violence against women: why do the papers give celebrities a pass?
This blog is the fourth in a series in which Claire Simpson, PhD student at the University of Stirling discusses the results of her media monitoring project.
Why we are taking a ‘whole schools’ approach to prevention
Amy Marshall blogs about the Whole Schools Approach and why we need everyone on board to tackle gender inequality in education.
Personal Problems and Women’s Issues: Sexual Violence in Teen TV
In recent years, the sexualisation of popular culture, and specifically the impact of this on young people, has been a great source of anxiety, prompting lots of popular media commentary as well as academic research and policy intervention (APA 2007; ASA 2008; Papadopoulos 2010; Gill 2012).
Planning for Equality: Commercial frontages and the exclusion of women from Edinburgh’s public realm
By guest blogger, Chiquita Elvin
Write to End Violence Against Women Awards - Letter to The Sun
I am writing to you as a member of the judging panel of the Write to End Violence Against Women Awards, a new awards scheme recognising and rewarding high quality journalism that makes a positive contribution to changing attitudes to violence against women.