The New York Times featured faculty fellow Dr. Stacy L. Smith, highlighting her research at USC Annenberg on gender and diversity in film….
Forbes published an article co-written by faculty fellow Stacy Smith, titled "The Real Fiction In Hollywood: Women Can't Make Movies"….
Faculty fellow Stacy Smith and her team presented new research on the barriers and opportunities for women filmmakers….
truthdig: Article highlights faculty fellow Stacy Smith's critical research on women in Hollywood….
Huffingtonpost: Stacy Smith's research sheds light on the misrepresentation of women in film….
"These findings are troubling given that repeated exposure to thin and sexy characters may contribute to negative effects in some female viewers," Faculty Fellow Stacy Smith told Newswise. Smith studied society's sexualization of teenaged girls in film and in the corporate environment of Hollywood. "Such portrayals solidify patterns of appearance-based discrimination in the entertainment industry."…
Faculty Fellow Stacy Smith served as the lead researcher in a report studying the early sexualization of teen girls. Smith and her team analyzed the top 100 grossing films of 2008 to find correlations about the attitudes of teenagers to their older peers and the perception of women in film. USA Today featured an article on Smith's work, and can be read below. ———————————————————————- Film study: Men talk and women show skin by Nanci Hellmich When it comes to movie roles, women tend to be seen and not heard. An analysis of the 100 top-grossing movies of 2008 shows that…