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Who Do Journos Listen To?
The Women in the Media project tackles the sources journalists turn to for quotes and expert opinion. Whose voices get heard?
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Women In The Media Reply To The Oz
The Women in the Media project came under fire yesterday in the pages of The Australian. Wendy Bacon and Elise Dalley respond to claims that their report wasn't 'borne out by the facts'.
№ 24 in Roseanne Beckett: A Miscarriage of Justice
Roseanne passes Channel Seven's lie detector test
Roseanne Beckett passes Channel Seven's lie detector test.
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Questions for the Crown and Police in the Roseanne Beckett case.
Despite questions hanging over both the Crown and NSW Police involved in the convictions of Roseanne Beckett, why has no one been held accountable?
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Victim Of A 'Terrible Conspiracy'
Last week, Roseanne Beckett won her High Court appeal, but the NSW Attorney-General is resisting compensation. It's time to put a spotlight on the Crown's conduct in this case, writes Wendy Bacon.
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Should this woman be in jail? Thirteen years on
My last post introduced readers into an investigation into the frame-up of Roseanne Beckett (previously Catt). Three days after we published Fire Trail in October 2000, we published a second feature. This one specifically focused on Roseanne's case, about which the media had been silent since she was imprisoned in 1991.
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Time for NSW to compensate Roseanne Beckett
This week, Roseanne Beckett (previously Catt) unanimously won her appeal to the High Court of Australia against the New South Wales Director of Public Prosecutions (NSW DPP), clearing the way for her to sue NSW for malicious prosecution.
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Justice Long Overdue For Roseanne Beckett
The High Court of Australia clears the way for Roseanne Beckett to sue for malicious prosecution.
№ 3 in Women in the Media
Fairfax's sense of gender balance
I'd just finished watching an ABC Q&A show about feminism and decided to take a flick through SMH on iPad before retiring. I started noticing lots of male images. Had the program on feminism oversensitised me to sexism? But it wasn't the first time I'd noticed what seemed an overwhelming preponderance of male images on the SMH iPad version. Indeed it was questions about whether my initial perceptions were accurate or simply the product of an odd bad male day at SMH that led me to get involved in New Matilda's Where are the women in the media? project. We're looking for hard facts. Part 3's on the way.