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Comunicación y sociedad

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CEPEDA ROBLEDO, Dulce Alexandra. Working conditions of women journalists in Tamaulipas. Comun. soc [online]. 2020, vol.17, e7614.  Epub Aug 30, 2021. ISSN 0188-252X.

This paper analyzes the working conditions of women journalists of radio, print and digital press, and television in Tamaulipas, a Mexican border state attacked by drug trafficking. It is approached from the critical political economy and glass ceiling theory, through surveys and interviews applied from 2017 to 2019. It was founded a wage discrimination up than 2.5 times compared to men. 43% of the journalists analyzed have suffered sexual harassment.

Keywords : Labor precariousness; glass ceiling theory; sexual harassment; social media; Tamaulipas.

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