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Embodiment of Gender and Different Politics: Hillary Rodham Clinton Self-Representation and Iowa Media’s Responses

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As a presidential contender in a predominately masculine political public sphere, Hillary Rodham Clinton walks the line between American social construction of a female and of previous national wartime leadership. One issue is whether she embodies the interests of her gender (Rakow & Wackwitz 2004, 180). Another is whether she engages in politics differently, thereby improving the nature of the public sphere (Squire 1999, 205). The focus here is whether this major 2008 presidential candidate and the media who cover her emphasize gender and a dissimilar political engagement. If so, how?

This qualitative research paper seeks symbiosis and differences between the Clinton November 2007 campaign messages and major Iowa online media as to political distinctions and gender embodiment. With comparative framing patterns, the research examines Clinton’s self representations compared to the Iowa media coverage that might highlight differences and identify, emphasize, ignore, or neuter her gender. Taken from the Des Moines Register and Channel 13 (NBC) news links via www.iowavotes2008.com, the major expectation is that media will emphasize gender while HRC’s office will stress candidacy differences.
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Winfield, Betty. "Embodiment of Gender and Different Politics: Hillary Rodham Clinton Self-Representation and Iowa Media’s Responses" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, TBA, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, <Not Available>. 2017-09-25 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p233112_index.html>

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Winfield, B. H. "Embodiment of Gender and Different Politics: Hillary Rodham Clinton Self-Representation and Iowa Media’s Responses" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, TBA, Montreal, Quebec, Canada <Not Available>. 2017-09-25 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p233112_index.html

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Abstract: As a presidential contender in a predominately masculine political public sphere, Hillary Rodham Clinton walks the line between American social construction of a female and of previous national wartime leadership. One issue is whether she embodies the interests of her gender (Rakow & Wackwitz 2004, 180). Another is whether she engages in politics differently, thereby improving the nature of the public sphere (Squire 1999, 205). The focus here is whether this major 2008 presidential candidate and the media who cover her emphasize gender and a dissimilar political engagement. If so, how?

This qualitative research paper seeks symbiosis and differences between the Clinton November 2007 campaign messages and major Iowa online media as to political distinctions and gender embodiment. With comparative framing patterns, the research examines Clinton’s self representations compared to the Iowa media coverage that might highlight differences and identify, emphasize, ignore, or neuter her gender. Taken from the Des Moines Register and Channel 13 (NBC) news links via www.iowavotes2008.com, the major expectation is that media will emphasize gender while HRC’s office will stress candidacy differences.


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