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Constructing Gender Stereotypes Through Social Roles in Prime-Time Television

Constructing Gender Stereotypes Through Social Roles in Prime-Time Television,10.1080/08838150801991971,Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media,Mar

Constructing Gender Stereotypes Through Social Roles in Prime-Time Television   (Citations: 2)
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Using a sample of 124 prime-time television programs airing on the 6 broadcast networks during the 2005–06 season, this study examined the social roles enacted by female and male characters. The findings confirm that female characters continue to inhabit interpersonal roles involved with romance, family, and friends. In contrast, male characters are more likely to enact work-related roles. Moreover, programs employing one or more women writers or creators are more likely to feature both female and male characters in interpersonal roles whereas programs employing all-male writers and creators are more likely to feature both female and male characters in work roles.
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