Articles about 'journalism'

The return of Caitlin Moran

Shoshana Devora reviews Caitlin Moran’s Moranifesto and finds there is much to enjoy, but also a lot to criticise

Shoshana Devora // 10 August 2016

Categories: Books, Reviews

The story of a girl and her sketchbook

Ettie Bailey-King reviews Drawing Blood by artist and activist Molly Crabapple and finds it part sumptuous fairytale, part manifesto for action

Ettie Bailey-King // 19 April 2016

Categories: Books, Reviews

The log in your own eye

Nick Beard praises Tom McCarthy’s Spotlight for putting the notorious case of child sexual abuse by the Boston clergy into a wider context of community’s complicity

Nick Beard // 14 February 2016

Categories: Films, Reviews

Should journalists cover rape case failings?

Melanie Newman responds to the view that the media's focus on rape investigation failures and low conviction rates is unhelpful to victims, arguing that with fatalism setting in over rape conviction rates, more media scrutiny is essential to prove that improvements can still be made

Guest Blogger // 6 January 2014

Categories: Blog

Weekly round-up and open thread

This week's round-up of interesting and thought-provoking news and views

Laura // 11 November 2013

Categories: Blog

Write to End Violence Against Women Awards

Liz Ely introduces a new award for journalism in Scotland, designed to recognise the vital work undertaken by bloggers and journalists on the issue of violence against women

Guest Blogger // 9 July 2013

Categories: Blog

Girls Are blog relaunched

Online music website the girls are has relaunched with a new site and new team of editors including Melody Maker journo Ngaire Ruth, Tom Tom Magazine Copy Editor Lydia Harris...

Holly Combe // 24 November 2011

Categories: Blog

Expanding journalism – Global Connect!

Who is the average journalist? Do they look anything like the communities they serve? In many cases, the answer to that is no. In the UK, women make up only...

Jess McCabe // 30 May 2011

Categories: Blog

New feature: The questions journalists ask

Feminism took up many more inches of print in women’s magazines last year. But, asks Hannah Mudge, did the media coverage accurately represent the movement? In the summer of 2010,...

Jess McCabe // 5 May 2011

Categories: Blog

The questions journalists ask

Feminism took up many more inches of print in women's magazines last year. But, asks Hannah Mudge, did the media coverage accurately represent the movement?

Hannah Mudge // 4 May 2011

Categories: Culture and Media

Men still dominate at national newspapers, a view from the trade press

Stark figures about the dominance of men in the newsrooms of our national newspapers were released yesterday, in a report commissioned by Women in Journalism. Women still make up only...

Jess McCabe // 4 March 2011

Categories: Blog

Journalists and the newsworthy

The events in Egypt have sharpened minds to the issue of how ‘overseas’ news is covered. Overnight, most of the Western, English-language media went from almost no coverage, to Egypt...

Jess McCabe // 13 February 2011

Categories: Blog

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