‘We Don’t want it to be like that for her again’: gendered leadership and online feminism in Australian politics and planning

@article{McLean2017WeDW,
  title={‘We Don’t want it to be like that for her again’: gendered leadership and online feminism in Australian politics and planning},
  author={Jessica McLean and Sophia Maalsen},
  journal={Australian Planner},
  year={2017},
  volume={54},
  pages={24 - 32}
}
ABSTRACT Learning from women leaders in Australia has gained attention as a national political issue since the election of Julia Gillard as our first female Prime Minister in 2010. In parallel with her period in office, a growth in feminist action and practice has been evident, in institutions and interventions such as ‘Destroy the Joint’, a group that agitates for an end to sexism and misogyny in multiple spaces. This article examines shifts in gendered leadership and activism, in online and… Expand
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