Violence of gender against women and girls in the Mexican media agenda Aimée Vega Montiel Feminist Research Program Centre for Interdisciplinarian Studies in Sciences and Humanities National Autonomous University of Mexico, UNAM.
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Violence of gender against women and girls in the Mexican media agendaAimée Vega MontielFeminist Research ProgramCentre for Interdisciplinarian Studies in Sciences and HumanitiesNational Autonomous University of Mexico, UNAM
International Association for Media and Communication ResearchAnnual Conference, Stockholm 2008
1205 girls and women were murdered in Mexico, in 2004
4 girls and women were murdered each day
1 girl or woman was murdered each six hours
106 girls and women were murdered in Mexico City
More than 6000 girls and women
in Mexico between 1999 and 2005
Channels 2, 5 (Televisa), 7, 13 (TV Azteca) y 11 (Canal 11, public television)
Stereo Joya, 98.5, WFM, 97.7, La Z
Reforma, El Gráfico, El Universal, La Jornada, Milenio, Crónica, La Prensa y Excélsior
H para Hombres, Vanidades, Caras, 15 a 20, Quién, Men’s Health, Cosmopolitan, TV Notas, Tv y Novelas, Cronos, Tú
INMUJERES, ESMÁS.COM, Sexy o no, HOTMAIL, Cartoon Network, Discovery Kids, MTV Latino, Video Rola, Todito.com, Univisión, RBD