Gender and Racial Diversity in Commercial Brands' Advertising Images on Social Media

@article{An2019GenderAR,
  title={Gender and Racial Diversity in Commercial Brands' Advertising Images on Social Media},
  author={Jisun An and Haewoon Kwak},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1908.01352}
}
Gender and racial diversity in the mediated images from the media shape our perception of different demographic groups. In this work, we investigate gender and racial diversity of 85,957 advertising images shared by the 73 top international brands on Instagram and Facebook. We hope that our analyses give guidelines on how to build a fully automated watchdog for gender and racial diversity in online advertisements. 
Statement of Research Interests
“Connect” may be the best keyword of the last decades. Beyond the barriers of age, gender, race, geography, and many others, people who used to be separated are connected online. These connectionsExpand

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