A Paper Ceiling

@article{Shor2015APC,
  title={A Paper Ceiling},
  author={Eran Shor and A. V. D. Rijt and Alexandre Miltsov and Vivek Kulkarni and S. Skiena},
  journal={American Sociological Review},
  year={2015},
  volume={80},
  pages={960 - 984}
}
In the early twenty-first century, women continue to receive substantially less media coverage than men, despite women’s much increased participation in public life. Media scholars argue that actors in news organizations skew news coverage in favor of men and male-related topics. However, no previous study has systematically examined whether such media bias exists beyond gender ratio imbalances in coverage that merely mirror societal-level structural and occupational gender inequalities. Using… Expand
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