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Gendered Portrayal of Political Actors in Nigerian Print Media: What Impact on Women’s Political Participation?

@inproceedings{Eshiet2016GenderedPO,
  title={Gendered Portrayal of Political Actors in Nigerian Print Media: What Impact on Women’s Political Participation?},
  author={Idongesit Eshiet},
  year={2016}
}
  • Idongesit Eshiet
  • Published 2016
  • The objective of this paper is to investigate the gendered portrayal of political actors in Nigerian print media and its impact on women’s political participation based on an empirical study. The study adopted a combination of methods – content analysis and cross-sectional survey. A case study of the coverage of the corruption charges of two former Speakers of the lower legislature (male and female, respectively) during the 2007-2011 administration was conducted on two purposely selected daily… CONTINUE READING

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