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  on January 21, 2014

Teaching and learning the GMMP methodology

The global media monitoring day is inching closer, now only less than a month away. 

Several monitoring training resources have been added here. Remember, a good understanding of themonitoring methodology is crucial for the GMMP to be a success. The resources are useful for group training or for self learning.

They include: 

  • a presentation on the rationale for the GMMP;
  • a presentation on the background to the GMMP;
  • a presentation on the monitoring guides and coding grids;
  • a presentation on the qualitative news analysis methodology; and,
  • a presentation on how to identify case studies for the qualitative analysis.

Monitoring tutorials for different media are also available. The tutorials are designed to help develop a uniform understanding of the way the monitoring materials should be applied. 

Use the tutorials as a means to familiarise yourself with the materials and become comfortable with their application. The tutorials demonstrate step-by-step how to code a newspaper article, a radio news item and a television news item. The tutorials can be used as a self-training tool to understand the coding process.

Do remember there are additional coding examples at the end of each monitoring guide.

Do not hesitate to consult your national coordinators if you need further guidance.

Click here to begin using the resources. 

 

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January 21, 2014
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The most important contribution that the Beijing Platform for Action has made to advancing gender equality in and through the media is:

Setting global standards to which governments and the media can be held accountable
Bringing coherence to and greater understanding of civil society initiatives on gender, women and media
Raising the profile of work on 'women and media' as important for addressing gender inequalities in women's lived experiences.

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