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019    919859025 
020    9781498524247|q(hardcover)|q(alkaline paper) 
020    1498524249|q(hardcover)|q(alkaline paper) 
020    |z9781498524254|q(electronic book) 
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050 00 HQ1236.5.U6|bF49 2015 
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100 1  Finneman, Teri Ann,|eauthor. 
245 10 Press portrayals of women politicians, 1870s-2000s :|bfrom
       "lunatic" Woodhull to "polarizing" Palin /|cTeri Finneman.
264  1 Lanham :|bLexington Books,|c[2015] 
300    vii, 219 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Women in American political history 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 199-209) and 
       index. 
505 00 |tPolitics, power, and the press --|tMedia vilification of
       Victoria Woodhull --|tMedia legitimization of Jeannette 
       Rankin --|tMedia negligence of Margaret Chase Smith --
       |tMedia celebritization of Sarah Palin --|tFrom Woodhull 
       to Palin and moving forward. 
520    Recent history suggests the United States is within reach 
       of its first woman president. This book examines the media
       experiences of women political pioneers who helped pave 
       the way to the breaking of the glass ceiling. It analyzes 
       newspaper treatment of four pioneering politicians between
       the 1870s and 2000s and explores how media discourse of 
       women politicians has and hasn't changed over 150 years. 
       The women featured are Victoria Woodhull, the first woman 
       to run for president; Jeannette Rankin, the first woman 
       elected to Congress; Margaret Chase Smith, the first woman
       to receive a presidential nomination at a major party's 
       convention; and Sarah Palin, the first Republican woman 
       vice presidential candidate. The social, political, and 
       journalistic cultures of each woman's era are also 
       explored to provide context for the women's media 
       coverage. The findings illustrate that the press has used 
       a variety of discursive strategies to delegitimize the 
       candidacies of women politicians throughout history, which
       might have contributed to negative voter attitudes toward 
       women in politics. Gendered stereotypes, gendered news 
       frames, and double binds utilized in news coverage served 
       to protect a male-dominated status quo. Yet a significant 
       finding in Palin's coverage indicates that gender bias in 
       news coverage is increasingly facing criticism, suggesting
       the tide may finally be turning in favor of more equalized
       discourse. 
600 10 Woodhull, Victoria C.|q(Victoria Claflin),|d1838-1927
       |xPublic opinion. 
600 10 Rankin, Jeannette,|d1880-1973|xPublic opinion. 
600 10 Smith, Margaret Chase,|d1897-1995|xPublic opinion. 
600 10 Palin, Sarah,|d1964-|xPublic opinion. 
650  0 Women politicians|xPress coverage|zUnited States|xHistory.
650  0 Press and politics|zUnited States|xHistory. 
650  0 Mass media|xPolitical aspects|zUnited States|xHistory. 
650  0 Sexism in political culture|zUnited States|xHistory. 
650  0 Public opinion|zUnited States|xHistory. 
650  0 Discourse analysis|xPolitical aspects|zUnited States. 
830  0 Women in American political history. 
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