Representation (tagged articles)
Carter Vance - This article explores the nature of Canada’s political system as an evolving consequence of its roots in classical liberal thinking coupled with the self-protecting instincts of a variety of elite interest groups. In performing this exploration, through the political... Keep Reading »
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Matthew Waskiewicz - The federal earmark is a topic often lamented by the general public as corrupt and wasteful. Until recently, this "pork" was a mainstay of politics in Washington. Because distributive spending is often used to advance partisan goals such as reelection, previous scholarship... Keep Reading »
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The Effects of Electoral Systems and Gender Quotas on Female Representation in National Legislatures
Amy Manning - Women make up anywhere from 0% to 56% of the national legislatures around the world. Research has attributed this wide spectrum to political, socioeconomic, and cultural or ideological factors. After testing these existing theories on a sample of 188 countries, this... Keep Reading »
Allison Dunatchik - In light of women's underrepresentation in student government, this paper investigates to what extent levels of political ambition differ between male and female students and why at American University. Current literature regarding women's underrepresentation in elected... Keep Reading »
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Exclusion, Misrepresentation and Discrimination: Still Prevalent for Women in American Media and Politics
Tonei Glavinic - Mass media is perhaps the most powerful tool in the world for creating, changing or perpetuating society’s ideas about an issue or group of people. It works both overtly and subconsciously: deciding which issues are important, how to frame those issues, who to... Keep Reading »
The keyword Representation is tagged in the following 6 articles.
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