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Gender Stereotypes and Attitudes toward Women Candidates
Unformatted Document Text:  Bibliography Alexander, Deborah and Kristi Andersen. 1993. AGender as a Factor in the Attribution of Leadership Traits.@ Political Research Quarterly 46: 527-45. Atkeson Lonna Rae. 2003. “Not All Cues Are Created Equal: The Conditional Impact of Female Candidates on Political Engagement.” Journal of Politics 65: 1040-1061. Brians, Craig. 2005. “Women for Women: Gender and Party Bias in Voting for Female Candidates.” American Politics Research 33: 357-375. Burrell, Barbara. 1994. A Woman’s Place is in the House: Campaigning for Congress in the Feminist Era. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Dolan, Kathleen. 2006. Symbolic Mobilization? The Impact of Candidate Sex in American Elections. American Politics Research 34: 687-704. Dolan, Kathleen. 2004. Voting for Women: How the Public Evaluates Women Candidates. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Dolan, Kathleen and Kira Sanbonmatsu. 2007. “Gender Stereotypes and Attitudes Toward Gender Balance in Government.” a paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Hansen, Susan 1997. “Talking About Politics: Gender and Contextual Effects on Political Proselytizing.” Journal of Politics 59: 73-103. Huddy, Leonie and Nayda Terkildsen. 1993. AGender Stereotypes and the Perception of Male and Female Candidates.@ American Journal of Political Science 37: 119-47. Kahn, Kim Fridkin. 1996. The Political Consequences of Being a Woman: How Stereotypes Influence the Conduct and Consequences of Political Campaigns. New York: Columbia University Press. King, David and Richard Matland. 2003. “Sex and the Grand Old Party: An Experimental Investigation of the Effect of Candidate Sex on Support for a Republican Candidate.” American Politics Research 31: 595-612. Koch, Jeffrey. 2002. AGender Stereotypes and Citizens= Impression of House Candidates Ideological Orientations.@ American Journal of Political Science 46: 453-62. Koch, Jeffrey. 1999. ACandidate Gender and Assessments of Senate Candidates.@ Social Science Quarterly 80: 84-96. Koch, Jeffrey. 1997. “Candidate Gender and Women’s Psychological Engagement in Politics.” American Politics Quarterly 25: 118-133. 12

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Bibliography
Alexander, Deborah and Kristi Andersen. 1993. AGender as a Factor in the Attribution of
Leadership Traits.@ Political Research Quarterly 46: 527-45.
Atkeson Lonna Rae. 2003. “Not All Cues Are Created Equal: The Conditional Impact of
Female Candidates on Political Engagement.” Journal of Politics 65: 1040-1061.
Brians, Craig. 2005. “Women for Women: Gender and Party Bias in Voting for Female
Candidates.” American Politics Research 33: 357-375.
Burrell, Barbara. 1994. A Woman’s Place is in the House: Campaigning for Congress
in the Feminist Era. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Dolan, Kathleen. 2006. Symbolic Mobilization? The Impact of Candidate
Sex in American Elections. American Politics Research 34: 687-704.
Dolan, Kathleen. 2004. Voting for Women: How the Public Evaluates Women
Candidates. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
Dolan, Kathleen and Kira Sanbonmatsu. 2007. “Gender Stereotypes and Attitudes
Toward Gender Balance in Government.” a paper presented at the annual
meeting of the American Political Science Association.
Hansen, Susan 1997. “Talking About Politics: Gender and Contextual Effects on
Political Proselytizing.” Journal of Politics 59: 73-103.
Huddy, Leonie and Nayda Terkildsen. 1993. AGender Stereotypes and the Perception of
Male and Female Candidates.@ American Journal of Political Science 37:
119-47.
Kahn, Kim Fridkin. 1996. The Political Consequences of Being a Woman: How
Stereotypes Influence the Conduct and Consequences of Political Campaigns.
New York: Columbia University Press.
King, David and Richard Matland. 2003. “Sex and the Grand Old Party: An Experimental
Investigation of the Effect of Candidate Sex on Support for a Republican
Candidate.” American Politics Research 31: 595-612.
Koch, Jeffrey. 2002. AGender Stereotypes and Citizens= Impression of House
Candidates
Ideological Orientations.@ American Journal of Political Science 46: 453-62.
Koch, Jeffrey. 1999. ACandidate Gender and Assessments of Senate Candidates.@ Social
Science Quarterly 80: 84-96.
Koch, Jeffrey. 1997. “Candidate Gender and Women’s Psychological Engagement in
Politics.” American Politics Quarterly 25: 118-133.
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