Monthly Archives: November 2018

There’s More to Women’s Political Participation than Voting

Check out my post for undergraduates on women’s political participation in the U.S. here on the Wicked Problems, Wicked Solutions blog.   Advertisements

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Constructing Narratives about the Political Fortunes of Women in 2018

Originally posted on Mobilizing Ideas:
By Deana A. Rohlinger, Ph.D. Journalists and data junkies alike are gleefully dissecting the gender gap and what it potentially means for the mid-term elections generally and the political fortunes of women specifically. Number-cruncher extraordinaire,…

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