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160. Women and Sport on TV


This Media Studies Factsheet:
• Investigates the visibility of women’s sports on TV.
• Explores whether the way women’s sport is covered on TV is significantly different to the coverage of men’s sport.
• Provides some case study examples for use in exam and coursework responses.

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January 2017


ISSN: 1351-5136

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