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He runs, she runs : why gender stereotypes, do not harm women candidates

Author: Deborah Jordan Brooks
Publisher: Princeton : Princeton University Press, [2013]
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While there are far more women in public office today than in previous eras, women are still vastly underrepresented in this area relative to men. Conventional wisdom suggests that a key reason is because female candidates start out at a disadvantage with the public, compared to male candidates, and then face higher standards for their behavior and qualifications as they campaign. He Runs, She Runs is the first  Read more...
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Brooks, Deborah Jordan.
He runs, she runs.
Princeton : Princeton University Press, [2013]
(DLC) 2012045252
(OCoLC)820123468
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Deborah Jordan Brooks
ISBN: 9781400846191 1400846196
OCLC Number: 847525174
Awards: Winner of American Political Science Association: Victoria Schuck Award 2014.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Tables; Acknowledgments; CHAPTER 1; Introduction; CHAPTER 2; Theoretical Foundations; CHAPTER 3; How to Study Gender Stereotype Usage and Double Standardsin Campaigns; CHAPTER 4; Descriptive Candidate Gender Stereotypes and the Roleof Candidate Experience; CHAPTER 5; Tears and Anger on the Campaign Trail; CHAPTER 6; Unbinding the Double Bind; CHAPTER 7; Knowledge Gaffes; CHAPTER 8; Reassessing the Parity Problem; CHAPTER 9; A Bright Future for Women in Politics; APPENDIX 1; Text of Newspaper Treatments; APPENDIX 2; Questionnaire; APPENDIX 3; How the Public Responds to Each Behavior. APPENDIX 4How the Public Responds to Candidate Experience; APPENDIX 5; Results for Candidate Experience * Candidate Gender; APPENDIX 6; Results for Candidate Gender (Control Group only); APPENDIX 7; Results for Crying * Candidate Gender; APPENDIX 8; Results for Anger * Candidate Gender; APPENDIX 9; Results for Toughness * Candidate Gender; APPENDIX 10; Results for Lack of Empathy * Candidate Gender; APPENDIX 11; Results for Knowledge Gaffe * Candidate Gender; References; Index.
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While there are far more women in public office today than in previous eras, women are still vastly underrepresented in this area relative to men. Conventional wisdom suggests that a key reason is because female candidates start out at a disadvantage with the public, compared to male candidates, and then face higher standards for their behavior and qualifications as they campaign. He Runs, She Runs is the first comprehensive study of these dynamics and demonstrates that the conventional wisdom is wrong. With rich contextual background and a wealth of findings, Deborah Jordan B.

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Winner of the 2014 Victoria Schuck Award, American Political Science Association Winner of the 2014 David O. Sears Book Award, International Society of Political Psychology "Brooks argues that women Read more...

 
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