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The gendered executive [electronic resource] : a comparative analysis of presidents, prime ministers, and chief executives

The gendered executive [electronic resource] : a comparative analysis of presidents, prime ministers, and chief executives

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Martin, Janet M., 1955-. Borrelli, MaryAnne.
Title Statement
The gendered executive [electronic resource] : a comparative analysis of presidents, prime ministers, and chief executives / edited by Janet M. Martin and MaryAnne Borrelli.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Philadelphia :   Temple University Press,   2016.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (x, 286 p.) : ill.
ISBN
9781439913659 (electronic book) 143991365X (electronic book)
요약
"Excluded from the ranks of elite executive decision-makers for generations, women are now exercising power as chiefs of government and chiefs of state. As of April 2016, 112 women in 73 countries have served as presidents or prime ministers. The Gendered Executive is a critical examination of national executives, focusing on matters of identity, representation, and power. The editors and contributors to this volume address the impact of female executives through political mobilization and participation, policy- and decision-making, and institutional change. Other topics include party nomination processes, the intersectionality of race and gender, and women-centered U.S. foreign policy in southern Africa. In addition, case studies from Chile, India, Portugal, and the United States are presented, as are cross-national comparisons of women leaders in Latin America. The Gendered Executive will enhance our understanding of the complexity of gender in and comparative analyses of executive politics"--Provided by publisher.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
1. Learning What We Know: The Complexity of Gender in U.S. and Comparative Executive Studies / Janet M. Martin and MaryAnne Borrelli -- 2. The Symbolic Effects of Female Heads of State and Government / Amy C. Alexander and Farida Jalalzai -- 3. President Barack H. Obama and the Rhetoric of Race: Between Responsibility and Respectability / Cory Charles Gooding -- 4. India's Prime Minister: Narendra Modi, Gender, and Governance / Sheetal Chhabria -- Sarah Palin's and Paul Ryan's Vice Presidential Acceptance Speeches: Gender and Partisan Appeals to the Republican Party / MaryAnne Borrelli and Lilly J. GorenII -- 6. The Impact of Presidentas on Political Activity / Catherine Reyes-Housholder and Leslie A. Schwindt-Bayer -- 7. U.S. Presidents and LGBT Policy: Leadership, Civil Rights, and Morality Claims, 1977-2015 / Ariella R. Rotramel -- 8. Representation in and by the White House / Karen M. Hult -- 9. The European Union, Executive Politics, and the Women's Movement in Portugal: The Consequences of Europeanization, 1986 to the Present / Daniela F. MeloIII -- 10. The U.S. Presidency and the Aftermath of Revolution: Are Women's Rights Human Rights? / Janet M. Martin -- 11. U.S. Development Policy and Women's Empowerment: Challenging the Foreign-Policy Bureaucracy to Implement Fully Integrated Gender Policy / Georgia Duerst-Lahti -- 12. Presidential Power, Partisan Continuity, and Pro-Women Change in Chile, 2000-2010 / Catherine Reyes-Housholder -- 13. "First Women" and "Women's Posts": Examining the Backgrounds and Credentials of Ministers in Five Presidential Democracies / Maria C. Escobar-Lemmon and Michelle M. Taylor-Robinson.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
이용가능한 다른형태자료
Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Women heads of state. Women government executives.
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500 ▼a Title from e-Book title page.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
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520 ▼a "Excluded from the ranks of elite executive decision-makers for generations, women are now exercising power as chiefs of government and chiefs of state. As of April 2016, 112 women in 73 countries have served as presidents or prime ministers. The Gendered Executive is a critical examination of national executives, focusing on matters of identity, representation, and power. The editors and contributors to this volume address the impact of female executives through political mobilization and participation, policy- and decision-making, and institutional change. Other topics include party nomination processes, the intersectionality of race and gender, and women-centered U.S. foreign policy in southern Africa. In addition, case studies from Chile, India, Portugal, and the United States are presented, as are cross-national comparisons of women leaders in Latin America. The Gendered Executive will enhance our understanding of the complexity of gender in and comparative analyses of executive politics"--Provided by publisher.
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