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by Lois Duke Whitaker


The voting gender gap typically refers to the difference in the percentage of men and women voting for a particular candidate.

The voting gender gap typically refers to the difference in the percentage of men and women voting for a particular candidate. It is calculated by subtracting the percentage of women supporting a candidate from the percentage of men supporting a candidate (. if 55 percent of men support a candidate and 44 percent of women support the same candidate, there is an 11 point gender gap).

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Voting the Gender Gap book. This book concentrates on the gender gap in voting-the difference in the proportion of women and men voting for the same candidate. Evident in every presidential election since 1980, this polling phenomenon reached a high of 11 percentage points in the 1996 election. The contributors discuss the history, complexity, and ways of analyzing the gender gap; the gender gap in This book concentrates on the gender gap in voting-the difference in the proportion of women and men voting for the same candidate.

Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press. Volume 6 Issue 3 - Rebekah Herrick.

The Gender Gap The gender gap in voting behavior is the difference between the percentage of men and the percentage of women who voted for a particular . Parenthood and the Gender Gap in Duke Whitaker, Lois.

The Gender Gap The gender gap in voting behavior is the difference between the percentage of men and the percentage of women who voted for a particular candidate. For this study I will be looking at the percent difference between men and women who voted for the democratic candidate in each election from 1972 through 2004. Voting the Gender Gap. Lois Duke Whitaker. In this must-read book for both scholars and practitioners, Kathleen Dolan offers compelling evidence that voters' gender stereotypes matter far less for women candidates' election outcomes than commonly believed. More Women Can Run: Gender and Pathways to the State Legislatures. Her nuanced analysis of original panel study data from the 2010 election cycle significantly advances our understanding of how the effects of gendered attitudes and stereotypes vary depending on political party, level of office, and the gender of the candidates in the race.

If we want to have a fruitful discussion about a gender wage gap, we should have it after the . College women who are already challenging Clinton’s narrative that they should vote for her because she is a woman should also question her use of the debunked gender pay gap claim.

If we want to have a fruitful discussion about a gender wage gap, we should have it after the comparison is adjusted for those factors. In a 2013 Slate article, Hanna Rosin, author of The End of Men, for example, wrote: The official Bureau of Labor Department statistics show that the median earnings of full-time female workers is 77 percent of the median earnings of full-time male workers. I am the Founder and President of the Network of enlightened Women, known as NeW.

Lois Duke Whitaker University of Illinois Press, 2008, 232 pages. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Whitaker, Lois Duke. 6. Using Exit Polls to Explore the Gender Gap in Campaigns for Senate and Governor - 7. Parenthood and the Gender Gap - 8. Sources of Political Unity and Disunity among Women: Placing the Gender Gap in Perspective - 9. The Gender Gap: A Comparison across Racial and Ethnic Groups - Conclusion: When Women Vote, Are Women Empowered?

This book concentrates on the gender gap in voting--the difference in the proportion of women and men voting for the same candidate. Evident in every presidential election since 1980, this polling phenomenon reached a high of 11 percentage points in the 1996 election. The contributors discuss the history, complexity, and ways of analyzing the gender gap; the gender gap in relation to partisanship; motherhood, ethnicity, and the impact of parental status on the gender gap; and the gender gap in races involving female candidates. Voting the Gender Gap analyzes trends in voting while probing how women's political empowerment and gender affect American politics and the electoral process.

Contributors are Susan J. Carroll, Erin Cassese, Cal Clark, Janet M. Clark, M. Margaret Conway, Kathleen A. Dolan, Laurel Elder, Kathleen A. Frankovic, Steven Greene, Leonie Huddy, Mary-Kate Lizotte, Barbara Norrander, Margie Omero, and Lois Duke Whitaker.

Voting the Gender Gap epub download

ISBN13: 978-0252033209

ISBN: 0252033205

Author: Lois Duke Whitaker

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: University of Illinois Press (April 2, 2008)

Pages: 232 pages

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