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Leadership and Lawyering Lessons from the 2008 Elections

@inproceedings{Schneider2009LeadershipAL,
  title={Leadership and Lawyering Lessons from the 2008 Elections},
  author={A. Schneider and C. Tinsley and Sandra Cheldelin and Emily T. Amanatullah},
  year={2009}
}
This article discusses the phenomenon of female leadership and the dual roles associated with female leaders in the United States by examining statistics concerning women in leadership roles and coverage of the 2008 Presidential election. It goes on to explore situations when women leaders may actually avoid experiencing backlash for exhibiting assertive or typically “masculine’ characteristics such as when resources are high and perceived threats are low, when the women are deemed to hold… Expand
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