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Which TWO of the following statements are true?
Which of the following is the definition of gender stereotyping?
What percentage of voices in the global media are women?
Which TWO of the following sentences are gender stereotyping?
Which TWO helpful rules can media professionals use to identify gender stereotyping in their work?
Which FOUR of the following are elements of the “Gender Balance Four” (WIN’s framework to understand gender balance in content)?
Which of the following are common gendered words that we use everyday and are mildly gender stereotyping? Tick all that apply.
Mary Sibanda has just been appointed chair of the board for a local legal charity. She is the first woman chair of this board. She has twenty years experience as a practicing lawyer. Five years into her legal career she made partner at her firm and she is widely respected within the legal community. She is married to Tawanda Sibanda, an internationally renowned musician. They have two sons. Which of the following headlines is NOT gender stereotyping?
Which of the following strategies can you use to deal with stereotyping or sexist sources/quotes? Tick all that apply.
True or false, women tend to be used more as expert sources that opinion sources or witnesses.
What does the rule of parallelism refer to?
If we are trying to be gender balanced when portraying a woman we should use language and portrayals that focused on her: (select THREE)
How can you make women more prominent in the content that you create? (select THREE)
Which TWO of following content is gender stereotyping and/or not gender balanced? You will need to copy and paste the following URLs into a separate browser tab to review the content before answering.
How many gender stereotyping terms did you come across in the two examples combined? Count ALL instances of the same word if it appears more than once.