Communications, Culture & Society

Popular culture and communications have a powerful influence on how gender roles are perceived and stereotypes perpetuated across society. Re:Gender and its members uncover and counter misinformation providing context and analysis about the accuracy of how the daily lives, responsibilities and realities of women and girls are represented and interpreted in the media. Efforts are also focused on increasing opportunities for women commentators and opinion leaders to influence public perceptions and debate. Explore the resources listed below, including Related Categories links, or use the Keyword Search for more information.

Controversy Over Super Bowl Ad

Fox News, Special Report with Bret Baier

She’-e-os: Gender Effects and Investor Reactions to the Announcements of Top Executive Appointments

This study explores the relationship between announcements of CEO appointments and investor reactions, and particularly the influence of CEO gender on that relationship. The most striking finding are that the stock in a company drops after the announcement of a female CEO, and that journalists reference gender more when writing about women executives than they writing about men.
 

URL: 
http://erikahayesjames.com/2009/04/she%E2%80%99-e-os-gender-effects-and-investor-reactions-to-the-announcements-of-top-executive-appointments/

Gender is a Hot Topic in Asia Too

Asia is probably the region of the world that is both furthest ahead and farthest behind on the gender issue. In Singapore, many women are in management, while in Japan, less than 10% of management positions are held by women. Yet in both locations, the issue of gender is emerging as a key business lever.
 

URL: 
http://www.20-first.com/816-0-hot-topic-in-asia-too.html

Expanding Options for Female Offenders: A Project to Identify Community-Based Resources in Massachusetts

Date/Time: 
03/25/2010

Lunchtime Presentation 

Erika Kates, Ph.D.

Location: Cheever House

The Grace K. Baruch Memorial Lecture

Date/Time: 
03/11/2010

Lunchtime Presentation

Amy Banks, M.D.

The Heart of Change: What Really Moves US

Location: Cheever House

 

 

DIFFICULT DIALOGUES II

Date/Time: 
11/11/2010 - 11/14/2010

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Work-Life Policy Expert Heather Boushey to Speak at BPW Foundation Policy Conference

Date/Time: 
03/02/2010 - 03/03/2010

 

Pink Magazine: Where career women connect, express, learn and support one another

Throughout your life pink has been symbolic. Since the day you were born and a pink cap was placed upon your head, the color partly defined who you were and who you felt you could or could not become. At times pink was confining, girlish, degrading, liberating or all of these.

But today a growing number of women who are at, or heading for the top, are comfortable with their own pinkness-the color, the attitude, and the opportunity it represents. They are embracing their femininity along with their strength, their compassion and resilience, power and passion.
 

URL: 
http://www.pinkmagazine.com/index.html

Women as an economic opportunity

This article focuses on the banking and financial sector to demonstrate that even the most damaged sectors, in the current downturn can release significant sales and marketing value by crafting a more effective approach towards women.
 

URL: 
http://www.20-first.com/624-0-women-as-an-economic-opportunity.html
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