Whose ideas are worth spreading? The representation of women and ethnic groups in TED talks

  • Schwemmer C
  • Jungkunz S
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ABSTRACTWe investigate the representation of women and ethnic groups in TED talks, which reach a large online audience on YouTube with science-related content and topics on societal change. We argu...

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Schwemmer, C., & Jungkunz, S. (2019). Whose ideas are worth spreading? The representation of women and ethnic groups in TED talks. Political Research Exchange, 1(1), 1–23. https://doi.org/10.1080/2474736x.2019.1646102

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