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More women can run : gender and pathways to the state legislatures

Author: Susan J Carroll; Kira Sanbonmatsu
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, cop. 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book advances a new approach for understanding women's election to office, proposing a relationally embedded model of candidate emergence. Analyzing nationwide surveys of state legislators, the  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan J Carroll; Kira Sanbonmatsu
ISBN: 9780199322435 0199322430
OCLC Number: 892835945
Description: 1 vol. (XII-160 p.) ; 25 cm.
Contents: List of Tables ; List of Figures ; Acknowledgments ; Chapter 1 Rethinking Candidate Emergence ; Chapter 2 Can More Women Run? Reevaluating Pathways to Office ; Chapter 3 Gender and the Decision to Run for Office ; Chapter 4 Republican Women State Legislators: Falling Behind ; Chapter 5 Democratic Women State Legislators: On the Rise ; Chapter 6 The Future of Women's Officeholding ; Appendix ; Bibliography ; Index
Responsibility: Susan J. Carroll and Kira Sanbonmatsu.

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Using an impressive data set spanning almost 30 years, Susan Carroll and Kira Sanbonmatsu argue convincingly that women's pathways to elected office are varied and sometimes unique. The authors Read more...

 
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