Monitoring Cyber News with a Gender Perspective in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan
- September 29, 2007
- By Zhang Jing
- Editor: leiyang
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One of the objectives of a gender monitor group, established by voluntary female media workers, has been to observe the characteristics of and differences between media workers' presentation of gender topics and to analyze the advantages and disadvantages of their work in recent years. The monitoring network, which involves both media professionals and scholars, has helped check media with a gender perspective to become a feminist movement with deep theoretical backgrounds and broad practical applications. Assisted by new media technologies, gender monitoring has been able to enhance its influence and expand the content and scope of its work. The study made an attempt to clarify the status of gender and media in Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong from angles such as professionalism, subjects, topics and financial resources of gender monitoring.
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