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1. Women

1.1. Defining Women

1.1.1. Parker (2015)

1.1.2. World Health Organization (2018)

1.1.3. Sigelman & Ryder (2006)

1.1.4. Wood & Reich (2006)

1.1.5. Morris (2006)

1.1.6. Gansen & Martin (2018)

1.1.7. Wienclaw (2013)

1.2. The Historical Role of Women in Higher Education

1.2.1. Misra, Hickes-Lundquist, Holmes, & Agiomavritis (2011)

1.2.2. Parker (2015)

1.2.3. Sokoloff (1992)

1.2.4. Kaufman (1984)

1.2.5. Bernard (1971)

1.2.6. U.S. Bureau of Labor (2018)

1.3. The Gender Pay Gap

1.3.1. AAUP (2018)

1.3.2. Schmidt (2015)

1.3.3. Gagliarducci & Paseman (2015)

1.3.4. U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau (2018)

1.3.5. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (2005)

1.3.6. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (2017)

1.3.7. Elliott, Stead, Mavin, & Williams (2016)

2. Media

2.1. The Media

2.1.1. Elliott, Stead, Mavin & Williams, (2016)

2.1.2. Ross, Boyle, Carter & Ging (2018)

2.1.3. AAUP (2018)

2.1.4. Selingo, Chheng, & Clark (2017)

2.2. Women in the Media

2.2.1. Wood (1994)

2.2.2. Tuchman (1978)

2.2.3. Van Zoonen (1988)

2.2.4. Chambers, Linda & Fleming, 2004

2.2.5. Ross, Boyle, Carter & Ging (2018)

2.2.6. Curtis (2011)

2.2.7. Drago (2007)

2.2.8. Brooks & Hayes (2019)

2.3. Exploitation of Women in the Media

2.3.1. Cortese (2016)

2.3.2. Gill 2003

2.3.3. Goffman (1979)

2.3.4. Kilbourne 2010

2.3.5. Rocha (2013)

2.3.6. Morris, Goldenberg & Boyd (2018).

2.4. Gendered Media Misrepresentations of Women Professionals and Leaders

2.4.1. Mazza & Alvarez (2000)

2.4.2. Czarniawska & Rhodes (2006)

2.4.3. Hellgren, Löwstedt, Puttonen, Tienari, Vaara, & Werr (2002)

2.4.4. Elliott, Stead, Mavin & Williams (2016)

2.4.5. Mavin & Grandy (2013)

2.4.6. Kanter (1993)

2.4.7. Macharia, O’Connor & Ndangam (2010).

2.4.8. Pantti, 2005

2.4.9. Muzio & Tomlinson (2012)

2.4.10. Walby (1986)

2.4.11. Acker (1990)

2.4.12. Macharia (2015)

3. Culture

3.1. Cultured Gender

3.1.1. UNFPA (2015)

3.1.2. LeMoyne (2011)

3.1.3. Cortese (2016)

3.1.4. Gill (2003)

3.1.5. Goffman (1979)

3.1.6. Kilbourne (2010)

3.1.7. Rocha 2013

3.1.8. Wang (2008)

3.1.9. Filut, Kaatz, & Carnes (2017)

3.1.10. Onursoy (2015)

3.1.11. Basow (1992)

3.1.12. Carter, Steiner & Allan (2019)

3.1.13. Marini & Brinton (1984)

3.1.14. Stam (1992)

3.1.15. Barry, Britten, Barbar, Bradley, & Stevenson (1999)

3.1.16. Hill, Corbett & Rose (2010)

3.2. Semiotics

3.2.1. Eco (1976)

3.2.2. Chandler (2002)

3.2.3. Caesar (1999)

3.3. Semiotic Representations of Women in the Media

3.3.1. Chandler (2007)

3.3.2. Pierce (1992)

3.3.3. (Media Texthack Group, 2014).

3.3.4. Bjelskou (2015)

3.3.5. . Shepard (2017)

3.3.6. Kanter (1993)

3.3.7. Burkinshaw and White (2017)

4. Summary of Present Study