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When Does Gender Matter?: Women Candidates and Gender Stereotypes in American Elections
Acknowledgements List of Figures and Tables Chapter 1 - Candidate Sex and Gender Stereotypes in American Elections Chapter 2 - Studying Gender Stereotypes and Women Candidates Chapter 3 - Attitudes,Expand
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Do Women Candidates Play to Gender Stereotypes? Do Men Candidates Play to Women? Candidate Sex and Issues Priorities on Campaign Websites
While previous research indicates that voters hold gender-based stereotypes of women and men candidates for elected office, the degree to which candidate actions contribute to these views is lessExpand
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The Impact of Gender Stereotyped Evaluations on Support for Women Candidates
In 2009, women are still dramatically underrepresented in elected office in the United States. Though the reasons for this are complex, public attitudes toward this situation are no doubt ofExpand
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Gender Stereotypes, Candidate Evaluations, and Voting for Women Candidates
Elections involving women candidates in the United States can offer unsettling examples of voter gender stereotypes, but research on women candidates provides little in the way of available data thatExpand
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Do Gender Stereotypes Transcend Party?
Voters hold stereotypes about candidate gender and candidate party. Yet little is known about the intersection of gender and party stereotypes. In this article, we investigate whether genderExpand
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Voting for Women in the “Year of the Woman”
Рассматривается влияние гендерных и психологических факторов на электоральное поведение американских избирателей на выборах в Конгресс США в 1992 г., объявленном ООН “годом женщины”. Показано, что наExpand
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Is There a “Gender Affinity Effect” in American Politics?
A common assumption people make about American elections is that women voters will be the most likely source of support for female candidates, a phenomenon referred to as the “gender affinityExpand
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Symbolic Mobilization?
The increase in the number of women candidates in American politics has raised questions about whether the presence of these women has an impact on the public by mobilizing attitudes and behaviors.Expand
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It Takes a Survey
A significant body of previous research demonstrates that the public holds stereotyped views about the abilities and personal traits of women and men who run for office. However, because much of thisExpand
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Knowing Versus Caring: The Role of Affect and Cognition in Political Perceptions
This paper examines the importance of political knowledge in shaping accurate perceptions of the political world—specifically, how levels of general political knowledge influence the accuracy ofExpand
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