Upcoming Research Newsletter (special issue on gender gap research): New papers open for review

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Upcoming Research Newsletter (special issue on gender gap research): New papers open for review

Mohammed Sadat Abdulai
 Hi everyone,
We’re preparing for the August 2019 research newsletter and looking for contributors. Please take a look at https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/WRN201908 and add your name next to any paper you are interested in covering. Our target publication date is on 31 August 11:59 UTC. As usual, short notes and one-paragraph reviews are most welcome.
 For the August edition, we are planning a special issue focusing mainly on recent gender gap/gender bias research. (Upcoming special issues topics may include health and education.) There are about 20 papers from this area on our todo list which will all be covered in the August issue, either as a mere list item or - with your help - in form of a more informative writeup or review. They include:  
   - Analyzing Gender Stereotyping in Bollywood Movies  

   - Breaking the glass ceiling on Wikipedia| journal  

   - Breastfeeding, Authority, and Genre: Women's Ethos in Wikipedia and Blogs  

   - Cyberfeminism on Wikipedia: Visibility and deliberation in feminist Wikiprojects  

   - Gender and deletion on Wikipedia  

   - Gender imbalance and Wikipedia  

   - Gender Markers in Wikipedia Usernames  

   - How do students trust Wikipedia? An examination across genders  

   - Investigating the Gender Pronoun Gap in Wikipedia  

   - It’s Not What You Think: Gender Bias in Information about Fortune 1000 CEOs on Wikipedia  

   - Mapping and Bridging the Gender Gap: An Ethnographic Study of Indian Wikipedians and Their Motivations to Contribute  

   - People Who Can Take It: How Women Wikipedians Negotiate and Navigate Safety  

   - Redressing Gender Inequities on Wikipedia Through an Editathon  

   - Similar Gaps, Different Origins? Women Readers and Editors at Greek Wikipedia  

   - Simulation Experiments on (the Absence of) Ratings Bias in Reputation Systems  

   - The Gendered Presentation of Professions on Wikipedia  

   - Who Counts as a Notable Sociologist on Wikipedia? Gender, Race, and the “Professor Test”  

   - Who Wants to Read This?: A Method for Measuring Topical Representativeness in User Generated Content Systems  

   - Women and Wikipedia. Diversifying Editors and Enhancing Content through Library Edit-a-Thons  

Masssly and Tilman Bayer

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