Bibliographies

Posts and pages on this site with included bibliographies

Presentation

  1. This Comic Perfectly Explains What White Privilege Is (“This Comic Perfectly Explains What White Privilege Is,” 2014)
  2. Good For Business: Making Full Use of the Nation’s Human Capital (Federal Glass Ceiling Commission, 1995)
  3. Research Informs & Empowers (“Research Informs & Empowers – See Jane,” n.d.)
  4. Gender Disparity On Screen and Behind the Camera in Family Films; The Executive Report (Smith & Choueiti, 2011)
  5. The Rule (“DTWOF: The Blog : The Rule,” 2005)
  6. “This is EVE” – Uncensored (2014) (“‘This is EVE’ – Uncensored (2014) – YouTube,” 2014)
  7. Dragon Age Confessions (“Dragon Age Confessions – CONFESSION: When I first saw Dorian, I held my…,” n.d.)
  8. “Straight Male Gamer” Told To ‘Get Over It’ By BioWare (“‘Straight Male Gamer’ told to ‘get over it’ by BioWare | No More Lost,” 2011)

Electronic Arts continues to push women into the background

  1. Films That Pass The Bechdel Test Actually Make More Money (“Films That Pass The Bechdel Test Actually Make More Money,” 2014)
  2. Katrina Stovold at IMDb (“Katrina Stovold – IMDb,” n.d.)
  3. You Can Thank Women For Dragon Age 3’s Lack Of Creepy Sex Plot (“You Can Thank Women For Dragon Age 3’s Lack Of Creepy Sex Plot,” 2012)
  4. Dragon Age: Inquisition – Meet the Inquisitor’s Actress (“Dragon Age: Inquisition – Meet the Inquisitor’s Actress – YouTube,” 2014)
  5. EA Careers (“Software Development Jobs | Mobile Jobs | Game Design Jobs at EA,” n.d.)
  6. Working at BioWare (“Careers | BioWare,” n.d.)
  7. Buying Power (“Knowledge Center | Catalyst.org,” 2013)

Why the video game industry needs to take the initiative in gender equality

  1. “This is EVE” – Uncensored (2014) (“‘This is EVE’ – Uncensored (2014) – YouTube,” 2014)
  2. Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media (“Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media – See Jane,” n.d.)
  3. The Representation Project (“The Representation Project,” n.d.)
  4. HeForShe: A Solidarity Movement for Gender Equality (“Home – HeForShe,” 2014)
  5. Dataspelsbranschen: Swedish Games Industry (“Swedish Games Industry – Swedish Games Industry,” n.d.)
  6. Sweden wants to introduce a gender equality label for video games (“Sweden wants to introduce a gender equality label for video games | Nerdacy,” 2014)
  7. For MLK Day: ‘Lt. Uhura’ On How Rev. King Told Her To Stay On ‘Star Trek’ (“The ‘Lt. Uhura’ Character Broke Racial Barriers : The Two-Way : NPR,” 2011)

Making connections: diversity in media

  1. Web Summit (“Web Summit – YouTube,” n.d.)
  2. Web Summit the numbers: breaking its own records (“Web Summit the numbers: breaking its own records,” 2014)
  3. Plz Diversify Your Panel (“Plz Diversify Your Panel,” n.d.)
  4. Anthony Burch on Twitter (“Anthony Burch (@reverendanthony) | Twitter,” n.d.)
  5. Misogyny, Racism and Homophobia: Where Do Video Games Stand? (“GDC Vault – Misogyny, Racism and Homophobia: Where Do Video Games Stand?,” 2014)
  6. With Overwatch, Blizzard Is Trying To Do Women Characters Better (“With Overwatch, Blizzard Is Trying To Do Women Characters Better,” 2014)
  7. “Straight Male Gamer” Told To ‘Get Over It’ By BioWare (“‘Straight Male Gamer’ told to ‘get over it’ by BioWare | No More Lost,” 2011)
  8. You Can Thank Women For Dragon Age 3’s Lack Of Creepy Sex Plot (“You Can Thank Women For Dragon Age 3’s Lack Of Creepy Sex Plot,” 2012)

 

Lurching toward equality

  1. ‘If she can’t see it, she can’t be it’: why media representation matters (“‘If she can’t see it, she can’t be it’: why media representation matters | Women in Leadership | The Guardian,” 2013)
  2. Star Trek’s Uhura Reflects On MLK Encounter (“Star Trek’s Uhura Reflects On MLK Encounter : NPR,” 2011)
  3. The Career Advice You Probably Didn’t Get (“Susan Colantuono: The career advice you probably didn’t get | Talk Video | TED.com,” 2013)
  4. Panel Discussion: Dawkins, Tyson, Druyan, Stenger, Grothe (“Panel Discussion: Dawkins, Tyson, Druyan, Stenger, Grothe – YouTube,” 2009)
  5. New data on the rise of women (“Hanna Rosin: New data on the rise of women | Talk Video | TED.com,” 2010)
  6. Find your voice against gender violence (“Meera Vijayann: Find your voice against gender violence | Talk Video | TED.com,” 2014)
  7. In One Quote, Elizabeth Warren Perfectly Sums Up Why We Need More Women in Politics (“In One Quote, Elizabeth Warren Perfectly Sums Up Why We Need More Women in Politics – Mic,” 2014)
  8. Research Informs & Empowers (“Research Informs & Empowers – See Jane,” n.d.)
  9. Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls (“Smart Girls at the Party | Change the World by Being Yourself,” n.d.)
  10. About One Week of US Military Spending Would Wipe Out World Hunger (“About One Week of US Military Spending Would Wipe Out World Hunger,” 2013)

 

Fools, tricksters, iconoclasm, and culture jamming

  1. How the Professor Who Fooled Wikipedia Got Caught by Reddit (“How the Professor Who Fooled Wikipedia Got Caught by Reddit – The Atlantic,” 2012)
  2. Why Reddit, 4chan Attempt to ID Marathon Bomber Went Bad (“Why Reddit, 4chan Attempt to ID Boston Marathon Bomber Went Bad – ABC News,” 2013)
  3. Burning Man’s icon goes up in flames, 4 days prematurely (“Burning Man’s icon goes up in flames, 4 days prematurely – SFGate,” 2007)
  4. News: Burning Man burns on Monday (“News: Burning Man burns on Monday | Brad Ideas,” 2007)
  5. Ladybeard Is One Pretty Pin-Up Model and Wrestler (“Ladybeard Is One Pretty Pin-Up Model and Wrestler,” 2014)
  6. Paul Addis, playwright and Burning Man arsonist, dies (“Paul Addis, playwright and Burning Man arsonist, dies | SF Arts,” 2012)

A Note About Images and Video Content

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