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    Bridgeman, J.

    Is the music industry still male-dominated? We ask the women working in it…

    2016

    The industry feels a lot more balanced than when I first started over 10 years ago,’ says Katie Parsons, radio presenter and journalist. […] ‘These days, it feels like a balance has been struck. There are certainly jobs within the industry that appear to have a gender lean – more female PRs, more male tour managers – but discrimination feels like it’s on the way out.’”

    In-text: (Bridgeman, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Bridgeman, J., 2016. Is the music industry still male-dominated? We ask the women working in it…. [online] Marieclaire.co.uk. Available at: <http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/entertainment/music/is-music-still-a-male-dominated-industry-we-ask-the-women-working-in-it-38691> [Accessed 13 May 2018].

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    Casano, A.

    These Women Musicians Are Sharing Their Tales Of Sexism In The Music Industry

    2018

    "That was a huge battle. As a young girl coming into this thing, I felt huge pressure. You don't know how to navigate it because everyone's going 'Oh that's beautiful, that's nice, why don't you unbutton the shirt a little lower, pull the skirt a little higher, it's really nice'. And you're just trying to figure out how to not look like an idiot. I trusted people and then I would see things back and feel embarrassed and uncomfortable. That kind of set me on my path to be stronger about not letting people tell me anything, only trusting my own instincts, but that's tricky too." (Keys.A, 2013)

    In-text: (Casano, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Casano, A., 2018. These Women Musicians Are Sharing Their Tales Of Sexism In The Music Industry. [online] Ranker. Available at: <https://www.ranker.com/list/sexism-stories-from-women-musicians/anncasano> [Accessed 14 May 2018].

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    Pajer, N.

    New Report Shows Major Lack of Representation by Women in the Music Industry

    2018

    In 2017, 83.2% of artists were men and only 16.8% were women. 2017 marked a six-year low for female artists in popular content Of 2,767 songwriters credited, 87.7% were male and 12.3% were female. 73.8% of female songwriters only worked once in 6 years, 7.9% worked twice, and 4.3 percent worked three times. Less than 6% of female songwriters had 6 or more credits across the sampled time frame. Nine male songwriters were responsible for 1/5 of the songs in the sample. Out of the study’s 651 producers, 98% were male and only 2% female. A total of 899 individuals were nominated for a Grammy Award between 2013 and 2018. 90.7% of those were male and 9.3% were female.

    In-text: (Pajer, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Pajer, N., 2018. New Report Shows Major Lack of Representation by Women in the Music Industry. [online] Billboard. Available at: <https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/8096196/new-report-shows-major-lack-representation-women-music-industry> [Accessed 13 May 2018].

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