An unfinished story: gender patterns in media employment
One of the first reports to treat the issue of gender in media employment on a global scale and with comparative gender-differentiated statistics across regions. It examines issues relating to women's employment patterns in the media and their position in the decision-making hierarchy.
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List of Figures and Tables Figure 1 Female Students in Journalism and Mass Communication
Womens and Mens Share of Media Employment
Womens Share of Employment in Selected Media Organisations and in Total Labour Force
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43 countries agencies areas ASIA AND OCEANIA Botswana Broadcasting Corporation broadcasting organisations Bulgaria Canadian Broadcasting Corporation career Chile Colombia Commonwealth Broadcasting Association communication Contact Coordinator Crafts/Creative jobs Ecuador Employment in Media equal opportunities Estonia European Commission Figure Finland Holman included journalism Latin America Lesotho Lithuania Malawi Malaysia male media employment Media Organisation/s media organisations Media Women media workforce Mexico Mozambique n.a n.a n.a Namibia National non-available NORDIC STATES Denmark number of women occupational categories OCEANIA part-time Peru print media Production/Editorial jobs programme radio and television Regional average reporters Romania Share of Employment share of jobs Share Senior Management Southern Africa Swaziland Tanzania Technical jobs tion Total Labour Force Total Staff Total Women United Kingdom WESTERN EUROPE Belgium women account Women in Administration Women in Crafts/Creative Women in Production/Editorial Women in Senior Women in Technical women journalists Women's and Men's Women's Share Senior Zambia Zimbabwe