Media and gender: a scholarly agenda for the Global Alliance on Media and Gender

There is a necessity to show some of the most significant scholarly contributions to knowledge and action towards expanding women’s participation in all communication platforms. The publication proposes a pragmatic research agenda for the Global Alliance on Media and Gender (GAMAG), looking back, building on the past and looking to the future.

This volume is divided into four main sections: 1) Gender-based violence, media and information; 2) Women’s access to media; 3) Gender and media policy and strategies; 4) Gender, education, and media and information literacy. The authors are all experts on the advancement of gender equality. Moreover, they have been involved in both scholarly and advocacy actions with visible impact at global, regional and national levels. UNESCO is pleased to have cooperated with the International Association of Communication Researchers in the preparation of this publication.

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  • Bibliographic reference
  • Collation: 94 p.
  • Author(s): International Association for Media and Communication Research
  • Publication year: 2014
  • ISBN: 978-92-3-100030-0; 978-92-3-100029-4 (ePub)
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