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Title Gendered mediation : identity and image making in Canadian politics / edited by Angelia Wagner and Joanna Everitt
Imprint Vancouver, BC : UBC Press, [2019]
©2019
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 人文社會聯圖  HQ1236.5.C2 G476 2019    AVAILABLE    30610020616074
Descript viii, 276 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series Communication, strategy, and politics
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction : gendered identities and political communication / Angelia Wagner and Joanna Everitt -- Candidates' self-presentation strategies : filling in the gaps / Elizabeth Goodyear-Grant -- Competing masculinities and political campaigns / Jerald Sabin and Kyle Kirkup -- Not a taboo topic? Talking about family on the campaign trail / Angelia Wagner -- Processes of differentiation in the 2014 Toronto mayoral race / Bailey Gerrits and Randy Besco -- Breaking the concrete ceiling : media portrayals of racialized women in politics / Erin Tolley -- May the best man win : masculinity in Canadian political humour / Daisy Raphael -- Examining mediation of female and LGBTQ-identifying candidates / Karalena McLean in collaboration with Angelia Wagner and Joanna Everitt -- Word and deeds : social movement actors' assessments of allied politicians / Elise Maiolino -- She's too tough and he's too soft : measuring how gendered news frames affect voters' evaluation of party leaders / Catherine Lemarier-Saulnier and Thierry Giasson -- Gender and candidate communication : is there a "double bind"? / Elisabeth Gidengil, Delia Dumitrescu, and Dietlind Stolle -- Exploring viewer reactions to media coverage of female politicians / Joanna Everitt, Lisa Best, and Derek Gaudet -- Conclusion : the complexity of gendered identities in Canadian politics / Elisabeth Gidengil
"Despite decades of women's participation in politics and the increasing number of LGBTQ individuals who are seeking and winning political office, the gender identities of Canadian politicians continue to attract media and public attention and shape the way these individuals are perceived and evaluated. Gendered Mediation takes an original, intersectional approach to these issues by building upon the gendered mediation thesis to argue that political communication and reporting reinforces impressions of politics as a masculine domain that privileges men and treats women as outsiders. Organized into three sections, the book investigates politicians' gendered strategies for shaping their own and others' public images, the gendered characteristics of media coverage of politicians, and voter reactions to these self-presentations and media depictions. By examining how sexuality, race, age, and class intersect with gender to produce differing political identities and responses, the contributors make new theoretical and empirical interventions into research on gender and political communication. Their findings have profound implications for democracy not only in Canada but for democratic political systems elsewhere"-- Provided by publisher
Issued also in electronic formats
Subject Women -- Political activity -- Canada
Women -- Political activity -- Canada -- Public opinion
Women politicians -- Canada
Women politicians -- Canada -- Public opinion
Women legislators -- Canada
Women legislators -- Canada -- Public opinion
Sex discrimination in political culture -- Canada
Femmes -- Activité politique -- Canada
Femmes -- Activité politique -- Canada -- Opinion publique
Femmes politiques -- Canada
Femmes politiques -- Canada -- Opinion publique
Femmes parlementaires -- Canada
Femmes parlementaires -- Canada -- Opinion publique
Discrimination sexuelle dans la culture politique -- Canada
Sex discrimination. fast (OCoLC)fst01114365
Women legislators. fast (OCoLC)fst01178102
Women -- Political activity. fast (OCoLC)fst01734136
Women -- Political activity -- Public opinion. fast (OCoLC)fst01734139
Women politicians. fast (OCoLC)fst01178383
Canada. fast (OCoLC)fst01204310
Alt Author Wagner, Angelia, 1972- editor
Everitt, Joanna Marie, 1964- editor
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