Class and gender are top DEI concerns for Asian journalists: AAJA
TOP OF THE CHARTS: 70% of journalists in Asia identified socio-economic status and class as the most important diversity issue for news media to focus on.
Asia's middle-class is growing and you need to adapt
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DATA POINTS: Defining China's emerging middle class
The "middle class" is America's favorite socioeconomic group, as well as China's. But the class-defining criteria are as different as cheese and butter. In the US, eight income-led factors define middle class, while in China, according to a ZenithOptimedia study, "middle class" is more of an attitudinal thing. For example, spending habits in the mainland are for outward-facing badges of success versus money spent on private education and kitchen refittings in the West.
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