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Psychology Research Guide: Gender and Communications

Gender and Communications

Center for Women and Information Technology

The Center for Women and Information Technology encourages women to increase their involvement with information technology by providing listings of pertinent websites and books.

FAIR'S Women's Desk

"The Women's Desk analyses sexism, racism and homophobia in the media and works with activists and media professionals to get a broad range of feminist perspectives included in the public debate."

Gender, Race and Ethnicity in Media

University of Iowa Department of Communication Studies page offering resources relating to various topcs including lesbian, bisexual, and material, feminist media, Asian American, African American, advertising, cyberspace, Latin American, television and film, ethnicities and identities, and Native American and other indigenous people, among others.
Resource materials include links to radio stations, online newspapers, articles, and other topic-related web pages.