The results are in: 2017 was no different than the last 11 years for female, Black or Asian directors working on 1,100 top films.
The future is female, just not in film: Image of girls in popular movies bears little resemblance to reality
While parents, teachers and even advertisements may tell girls that they can do or be anything, a new study reveals that popular movies have a different message. The report, out today from Professor Stacy L. Smith, focuses on the depiction of girls age 6 to 20 across 900 top movies of the last decade. The findings show that younger female characters are missing and marginalized in top-grossing films
First Study to Compare Japan and U.S. Data Reveals Teens, Parents Feel Distracted and Addicted
“Advances in digital media and mobile devices are changing the way we engage not only with the world around us, but also with the people who are the closest with us. These shifts are happening faster and more dramatically than any change in recent history.”
Center for the Digital Future releases 15th annual report on the impact of digital technology in the U.S.
“Surveying the Digital Future” — the longest-running study that explores the views and behavior of Internet users and non-users — has been released by USC Annenberg’s Center for the Digital Future.
Findings explore the connection between negative senior portrayals on TV and their effect on mental and physical health
New study examines depictions of computer science in TV and film content
News coverage, even when pervasive, does not have the same effect