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What does GMMP stand for?
GMMP stands for Global Media Monitoring Project
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- Gauss-Markov Mobility Model
- Generalized Mode-Matching Method
- Give Me More Money
- Greater Manchester Medicines Management Group (UK)
- Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park (India)
- General Motors Muscle of the Carolinas (car club)
- Gamut Map Model Profile (windows programming)
- Garda Muda Merah Putih (Indonesian: Red and White Youth Guard)
- General Motors Manufacturing Poland (Gliwice, Poland)
- Global-Memory Message-Passing (computing)
- Give Me My Remote
- Great Man-Made River (Libya)
- Great Man-Made River Project (Libya)
- Geosynthetic Membrane Monitoring System (Sandia National Laboratories)
- Global Marketing Management System (book)
- Good Morning Metro South (Metro South Chamber of Commerce; Brockton, MA)
- Governor Mifflin Middle School (Shillington, PA)
- Granite Mountain Middle School (Prescott, AZ)
- Grizzly Mountain Medical Services (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
VITAMIN W was founded in 2011 by Amy-Willard Cross , a seasoned editor troubled by a scarcity of women's voices in journalism, citing the statistics that men write 81 percent of all news articles and less than 20 percent of them are focused on women-specific content, according to Global Media Monitoring Project.
According to the Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) which coordinated a survey 1,281 newspapers, television and radio stations in 108 countries, "News stories were twice as likely to reinforce gender stereotypes rather than challenging them and news stories on gender (in) equality were almost non-existent.
Overall, women constituted 41 percent of all subjects (those featuring in the adverts as voices and or images) in the advertising monitoring, compared to the Southern African average of 19 percent news sources in the Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) of 2005 that provides latest data on women and men in the news.
Southern Africa has made significant progress towards achieving greater gender balance in the news and in newsrooms, but is still far from achieving equality by any one of the measures used in the third Global Media Monitoring Project, conducted in 2005.