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Genderbreuklijnen in transitie? Een studie naar de gender-gerelateerde gevolgen van de veranderende werkomstandigheden in de journalistiek

Sara De Vuyst (UGent) and Karin Raeymaeckers (UGent)
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This paper sets out to examine recent changes in the journalistic profession from a gender perspective. Technological and economic changes have altered the working conditions of journalists. The study explores gender-related transitions in journalism. The research was based on three waves of survey research with Flemish professional journalists (2003-2008-2013). These data were combined with qualitative interviews with 22 journalists. The findings are mixed. On the one hand, the data show that traditional barriers for women in Flemish journalism are slowly disappearing. The analysis reveals that the numerical inequality between men and women is increasingly eliminated and that female journalists are making progress in gaining leadership positions. On the other hand, the results indicate that the increased awareness of work-life balance issues in journalism, is rarely translated into a newsroom policy, which still makes it hard for women to combine journalism with a family.
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genderongelijkheid, work-life balance, journalistiek, diepte-interview, surveyonderzoek, WOMEN JOURNALISTS, NEWS, TECHNOLOGY, RETHINKING

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MLA
De Vuyst, Sara, and Karin Raeymaeckers. “Genderbreuklijnen in Transitie? Een Studie Naar De Gender-gerelateerde Gevolgen Van De Veranderende Werkomstandigheden in De Journalistiek.” TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR COMMUNICATIEWETENSCHAP 43.4 (2015): 342–361. Print.
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De Vuyst, Sara, & Raeymaeckers, K. (2015). Genderbreuklijnen in transitie? Een studie naar de gender-gerelateerde gevolgen van de veranderende werkomstandigheden in de journalistiek. TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR COMMUNICATIEWETENSCHAP, 43(4), 342–361.
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De Vuyst, Sara, and Karin Raeymaeckers. 2015. “Genderbreuklijnen in Transitie? Een Studie Naar De Gender-gerelateerde Gevolgen Van De Veranderende Werkomstandigheden in De Journalistiek.” Tijdschrift Voor Communicatiewetenschap 43 (4): 342–361.
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De Vuyst, Sara, and Karin Raeymaeckers. 2015. “Genderbreuklijnen in Transitie? Een Studie Naar De Gender-gerelateerde Gevolgen Van De Veranderende Werkomstandigheden in De Journalistiek.” Tijdschrift Voor Communicatiewetenschap 43 (4): 342–361.
Vancouver
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De Vuyst S, Raeymaeckers K. Genderbreuklijnen in transitie? Een studie naar de gender-gerelateerde gevolgen van de veranderende werkomstandigheden in de journalistiek. TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR COMMUNICATIEWETENSCHAP. 2015;43(4):342–61.
IEEE
[1]
S. De Vuyst and K. Raeymaeckers, “Genderbreuklijnen in transitie? Een studie naar de gender-gerelateerde gevolgen van de veranderende werkomstandigheden in de journalistiek,” TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR COMMUNICATIEWETENSCHAP, vol. 43, no. 4, pp. 342–361, 2015.
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