Gender and Print Production
Does gender affect print production choices in artists' books?

Please help my research into whether and how gender influences an artist's access to, and preferences for, different print production methods. Self-reported data will be an invaluable addition to my own archival/bibliographic research, and is especially important given the nuances of gender identity.

Thanks in advance for taking the time to include your art practice in my research. I hope you find interesting trends and surprises in your work, and I look forward to sharing results from the survey in the future.

Sincerely,
Levi Sherman

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Using this survey
Below is a list of print production methods used by book artists. Please enter the number of books you have produced using each method.
If a book uses more than one method, please count that book towards each method.

I recommend briefly reviewing the list before entering data. I made decisions about terms and categories that may be different than your own.

The list below also contains mark-making methods that are not strictly print production. My immediate research centers on print production and artists' books produced in multiples, but I believe this a good opportunity to record broader data that may be of use for future inquiries, including one-of-a-kind books.

Braille
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Collage
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Die cutting
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Digital offset/Indigo (including Print on Demand)
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Drawing/Handwriting
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Hand cutting/paper engineering
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Inkjet
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Intaglio
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Laser engraving/cutting
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Letterpress
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Lithography
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Mimeo/stencil duplication
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Offset lithography
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Photomechanical
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Pochoir
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Pulp painting
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Relief printing
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Risograph
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Rubbing/carbon copies
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Screen printing
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Stamping
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Typewriter
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Xerographic (laser printing and photocopying; including Print on Demand)
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Other
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Comments and questions
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