Has Zoom Widened the Gender Gap?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Kids, pets, strange or blurred backgrounds, or perfectly staged and framed video calls - the pandemic means people have had to think about how they present themselves in virtual meetings. Shauna Burke and Treena Orchard, two Western University health studies professors; and Kristopher Alexander, a media studies professor at Ryerson University, talk to Nam Kiwanuka about how gender differences reveal themselves online and what can be determined.
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