The journal Brazilian Journalism Research is calling for papers for its issue on “journalism and gender”.
The proposal is to welcome papers that focus on Gender issues in their complexity, with research that considers the adoption or absence of a gender perspective in journalistic content, and how this contributes to reinforcing gender, racial and ethnic stereotypes in their crisscrossing.
Articles, from 40,000 to 55,000 characters with spaces, must be submitted by November 1st, 2017. As Brazilian Journalism Research publishes two versions of each issue (in Portuguese/Spanish and in English), the authors of the articles accepted in Spanish or Portuguese should provide the English translation. In the same way, the authors of texts accepted in English should send a version in Portuguese or Spanish.
Read more from the full call for papers or from the journal website.
Edited on 25.8.2017: The journal’s title was corrected.