Companions in “New” Who

This is an interesting look at how companions, all female so far, are written in Doctor Who. As the author of the post notes at the end, this is not perfect. But it is a start and an interesting insight into the writing of the series.

In April 2014, I completed a study, with several other students, for my Media Research Methods class, which we then entered into BYU-Idaho’s Research and Creative Works Conference. My group’s research took second place. Many have asked to see that, so here is the final report. Is Doctor Who Sexist? Back in 2010 Steven Moffat […]

via University Study on Sexism In BBC’s Doctor Who (Infographic) — The Life and Times of an Exceptionally Tall Mormon


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