Bases de datos de mujeres expertas: escenario global y situación en España

Palabras clave: Fuentes expertas, Paridad de género, Bases de datos, Periodismo, Mujeres expertas, Brecha de género, Participación femenina, Medios, Periodistas

Resumen

Se presenta un análisis de las bases de datos de mujeres expertas como herramientas para fomentar la paridad de género en las fuentes que consultan y citan los periodistas. Para informar nuestro trabajo, hemos llevado a cabo una búsqueda de las bases de datos disponibles online (n=88). En un segundo momento, la completamos con la realización de entrevistas en profundidad con las directivas al frente de estas bases (n=4) y con la realización de una encuesta a expertas científicas que participan de la base de datos de la Asociación de Mujeres Investigadoras y Tecnólogas de España (AMIT) (n=919). Los principales resultados reflejan el alto potencial de estas herramientas e indican que, para que resulten eficaces a la hora de sumar diversidad en la selección de fuentes expertas, requieren una comunicación fluida con los medios y un diseño que permita incorporarlas a las rutinas habituales de los periodistas. En España su impacto aún es bajo y, al igual que ocurre a nivel global, se aprecia una alta fragmentación de los recursos junto a un nivel casi nulo de interacción entre las distintas iniciativas.

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Publicado
2021-03-16
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Campos-Rueda, M., & Herrera-Damas, S. (2021). Bases de datos de mujeres expertas: escenario global y situación en España. Profesional De La Información, 30(2). https://doi.org/10.3145/epi.2021.mar.07
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