Boxed In: Women Still Outnumbered Behind Scenes and On Screen in Primetime

September 2003
Media Report to Women;Fall2003, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p4
Cites the data released by San Diego State communication professor Martha Lauzen that men outnumbered women in key behind-the-scenes roles during the 2002-2003 season in primetime television. Percentage of women comprising creators, executive producers and directors; Comparison of male characters and female characters; Depiction of males as leaders; Direct relationship between women employed behind the scenes on television and the proportion of women characters in those programs.


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