BA (Hons) Media and Communications

Goldsmiths, University of London

"Girls are crazy", aren't they?

- An analysis of children's television programmes impact on gender stereotypes normalisation.

Roser Jorba Soler, Media and Communications with Journalism student

RJorb001@gold.ac.uk+44 (0) 7874 361 764 | Goldsmiths, University of London

Dissertation supervisor: Akanksha Mehta | A.Mehta@gold.ac.uk

To participate in the study:

11TH OF FEBRUARY 2019, FROM 2PM TO 4PM.

GOLDSMITHS UNIVERSITY, RHB CHESTERMAN ROOM 2104 (1ST FLOOR)

 

- The participant needs to be between the ages 18 and 28.

- The participant needs to read, understand, agree and sign the consent form.

- The participant will be asked about children television programs that they need to recognise and have watched before: “The Next Step”, “The Story of Tracy Baker” and “So Awkward”.

 

If you would like to get involved, fill up this form: 

 
 

© 2019 by Roser Jorba Soler. London, UK.

I appreciate your interest on my study. Feel free to get in touch with me if you would like to get involved or know more about my study.

rjorb001@gold.ac.uk

Tel. +44 (0) 7874 361 764

Goldsmiths, University of London, Media and Communications Department. London, UK.

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