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ENCOURAGING GENDER BALANCE : A SURVEY OF EUROPEAN ART MUSEUM WEBSITES

@inproceedings{Bowen2006ENCOURAGINGGB,
  title={ENCOURAGING GENDER BALANCE : A SURVEY OF EUROPEAN ART MUSEUM WEBSITES},
  author={Jonathan P. Bowen and G. Moss and R. Gunn and I. Bernal and Eleanor Lisney and Sarah McDaid and T. Numerico},
  year={2006}
}
  • Jonathan P. Bowen, G. Moss, +4 authors T. Numerico
  • Published 2006
  • A previous survey by Moss and Gunn has investigated gender imbalance in UK university websites. In this paper, we use the same criteria for thirty art museum websites in each of four Europe major countries, namely France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. We present the most important results in graphical form. It seems that in general the gender bias is less in countries with a greater proportion of female Internet users. For the future, it would be interesting to extend this survey to… CONTINUE READING
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