Doing Diversity in Writing - Reader Questionnaire
Welcome to the reader questionnaire of the Doing Diversity in Writing podcast!

On our podcast, we explore issues around representation to figure out the do’s and don’ts of writing more inclusively, whether that be in terms of race, gender, ethnicity, class, sexuality, religion, origin, ability, age, appearance, and so on.

What are your favorite representations of characters who are generally considered a minority*? And which ones don't you like at all? By filling out these questions, you help us create a podcast that's as inclusive and constructive as possible.

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* Whether or not someone can be considered a minority depends a lot on context. It can also change over time. Feel free to add examples of minority characters that are specific to where you live or come from.
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1. What are your favorite representations of characters generally considered minority? What do you like about these representations? It doesn't matter what kind of media - books, films, series, storytelling podcasts, theater productions - your examples come from.
2. What representations of characters generally considered minority do you dislike? What would you say is wrong with these representations? Again, it doesn't matter what kind of media - books, films, series, storytelling podcasts, theater productions - your examples come from.
3. What kind of representations would you like to see more of? Could you explain why you would like to see more representations like these?
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