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| 30 June 2016
'The Buffy Effect' - how the portrayal of female TV characters influences attitudes about women.
A new study that has found "that the context of portrayals of women [on TV] is of greater value than the presence or absence of sexualized violence in regards to attitudes toward women". Buffy was used as one of the shows for the study and the study itself can be read in full here
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