Schlagwort-Archiv: Geschlecht

Geschlesen.

Reading behavior is also tied to gender: female respondents report having read male and female authors, with a slight preference for the former. Male respondents mainly report to have read male authors. The men who do read female authors, give higher scores to their novels than female respondents do; female respondents give lower average scores to works by female authors than male respondents. The idea that more female judges would benefit female authors, is thus most likely incorrect. Respondents were also asked to motivate one rating of a novel. Again, there are differences between female and male authors — even when I only isolate the female respondents. The first are judged according to content, the second to structural and formal characteristics.

C.W.Koolen: Reading beyond the female — The relationship between perception of author gender and literary quality.

Chormänngel.

Es ist immer wieder komisch wenn Männer den Ton angeben aber dann vor allem Frauen mitsingen.

Caring by Counting.

In order to make progress as a field, we need standard tasks which quantify bias.

1st ACL Workshop on Gender Bias for Natural Language Processing

The G-Thing.

It’s a thing people invented to put you in a category.

a second-grader, asked “What is gender?”

Heterror.

There was a common issue that has since been fixed where boyfriend photos were accidentally posted instead of girlfriends. We have since corrected the issue and removed all posts made in error.

lifefaker: Why has my girlfriend turned into a boyfriend?

Simply Alternatible.

All The Broken Hearts In The World Still Beat
Let's Not Make It Harder Than It Has To Be
It's All The Same Thing
Girls Chase Boys Chase Girls

Ingrid Michaelson - Girls Chase Boys (An Homage to Robert Palmer's "Simply Irresistible")

Emojism.

To express diversity as a "variant" is a reductive response to the complexity of identities and their representational needs.

Femke Snelting et al.: Feedback to Unicode PRI #321 -- Issues with modifier mechanism, UTS #52

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