media representation

 
Textbooks show bias, report finds
Textbooks show bias, report finds
School textbooks used by South African pupils contain an over-representation of white people, men and nuclear families and are often silent on...
The significance of being seen
The significance of being seen
Finding content that reflects your reality is difficult. Finding content on television that reflects your own particular experience with identity...
Queen of Katwe: Much bigger than one girl’s story
Queen of Katwe: Much bigger than one girl’s story
There are a number of startling details about Ugandan chess prodigy Phiona Mutesi’s story, such as this one: when she watched a big-screen movie...
Hollywood must get real about Africa
Hollywood must get real about Africa
For Halloween, Beyoncé and Jay-Z dressed up as Prince Akeem and Queen Aoleon, characters out of the 1988 hit comedy movie, Coming to America, which...
Young Voices: Where would our youth raise their children one day?
Young Voices: Where would our youth raise their children one day?
Their answers were intelligent, and surprising.
Children - the media's forgotten voices
Children - the media's forgotten voices
There is no one better to ask about children's representation in the media than children themselves.

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