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0415906857
Author:
Sue Tolleson Rinehart
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Social Sciences
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This book examines the emergence of gender consciousness among women as a significant force in American politics. The author bases her argument on an in-depth empirical analysis of data derived from the .

This book examines the emergence of gender consciousness among women as a significant force in American politics. biennial National Election studies of 1974 to 1984.

by Sue Tolleson Rinehart. series Perspectives on Gender. This book examines the emergence of gender consciousness among women as a significant force in American politics. biennial National Election studies of 1974 to 1984, the year of the emergence of the so-called gender gap. The author discusses the fact that while feminism is central to womens' political orientation, the simple awareness of gender differences and group consciousness is a powerful force of change.

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Gender Consciousness and Politics. by Sue Tolleson-Rinehart. Perspectives on Gender represents the very best feminist scholarship on gender in the social sciences. For Instructors Request Inspection Copy.

The literature on gender and political action comes in two forms-one that is aggregate, sometimes institutional, and often centered . Tolleson-Rinehart, Sue. 1992. Gender Consciousness and Politics. Tolleson-Rinehart, Sue, and Jeanie R. Stanley.

The literature on gender and political action comes in two forms-one that is aggregate, sometimes institutional, and often centered historically, and one that is individual and largely focused on the here and now. We care about both, of course-about the social organization and deployment of gender and about what gender means in individual lives. In this essay, I argue that we should encourage these two kinds of analysis to engage each other more intimately.

Sue Tolleson-Rinehart, Jyl J. Josephson, ed. Tolleson-Rinehart and Josephson outline their framework for approaching gender in the political process and provide an overview of the key questions and findings of the individual authors. Josephson, eds. Gender and American Politics: Women, Men, and the Political Process. They note that the articles do not necessarily agree on whether a gender gap exists in American politics or on what form such a gap takes.

Gender Consciousness and Politics (Perspectives on Gender). by Sue Tolleson-Rinehart, Jeanie R. ISBN 9780415906852 (978-0-415-90685-2) Softcover, Routledge, 1992. Sue Tolleson Rinehart. Routledge Published October 22, 1992 Textbook - 212 Pages ISBN 9780415906852 - CAT RT734 Series: Perspectives on Gender. eBook Rental from £1. 0. Routledge Published August 21, 2017 Textbook ISBN 9781138468092 - CAT Y371783. eBooks are subject to VAT, which is applied during the checkout process. What are VitalSource eBooks? Routledge Published October 31, 2013 Textbook - 216 Pages ISBN 9781315866482 - CAT YE42099 Series: Perspectives on Gender.

Authors and affiliations. Traditional understanding has placed conservatism at the intersection of religion and politics and has assumed that this relationship is stronger for women than it is for men. Yet rarely has gender been a principal analytic category in such explorations, and the relationships have not been thoroughly documented. We analyze the 1980 and 1984 National Election Study data and find that religion is not a more conservatizing influence on voting behavior for women than it is for men.

This book examines the emergence of gender consciousness among women as a significant force in American politics. The author bases her argument on an in-depth empirical analysis of data derived from the U.S. biennial National Election studies of 1974 to 1984, the year of the emergence of the so-called gender gap. The author discusses the fact that while feminism is central to womens' political orientation, the simple awareness of gender differences and group consciousness is a powerful force of change.