1 edition of American presidential candidate spouses found in the catalog.
American presidential candidate spouses
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Laurel Elder, Brian Frederick, Barbara Burrell|
|Contributions||Frederick, Brian, 1974- author, Burrell, Barbara C., 1947- author|
|LC Classifications||E176.2 .E44 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 158 pages|
|Number of Pages||158|
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The book offers a comprehensive analysis of public opinion toward presidential candidate spouses over the course of three decades, drawing on multiple theoretical frameworks including the concept of “new traditionalism” and a plethora of empirical data to explore why some spouses engender greater support than others―and what these reactions reveal about the American public and the gendered nature of the American presidency.5/5(3).
The book offers a comprehensive analysis of public opinion toward presidential candidate spouses over the course of three decades, drawing on multiple theoretical frameworks including the concept of “new traditionalism” and a plethora of empirical data to explore why some spouses engender greater support than others—and what these reactions reveal about the American public American presidential candidate spouses book the gendered nature of the American presidency.
The book offers a comprehensive analysis of public opinion toward presidential candidate spouses over the course of three decades, drawing on multiple theoretical frameworks including the concept of “new traditionalism” and a plethora of empirical data to explore why some spouses engender greater support than others—and what these reactions reveal about the American public and the gendered nature of the American : Laurel Elder, Brian Frederick, Barbara Burrell.
The book offers a comprehensive analysis of public opinion toward presidential candidate spouses over the course of three decades, drawing on multiple theoretical frameworks including the concept of “new traditionalism” and a plethora of American presidential candidate spouses book data to explore why some spouses engender greater.
The book offers a comprehensive analysis of public opinion toward presidential candidate spouses over the course of three decades, drawing on multiple theoretical frameworks including the concept of "new traditionalism" and a plethora of empirical data to explore why some spouses engender greater support than others--and what these reactions reveal about the American public and the gendered.
Chapter 1- An Introduction to American Presidential Candidate SpousesChapter 2: Understanding Public Opinion towards Presidential Candidate SpousesChapter 3: Hillary Clinton v. Laurel Elder ; Brian Frederick ; Barbara Burrell. The Democratic candidates for president offer a glimpse of the modern American family – and could produce the first first gentleman in the country’s history.
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By employing the lens of republican motherhood, the book illustrates the highly gendered and traditional expectations American society continues to have for women in the role of presidential candidate spouse.
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“American Presidential Candidate Spouses: The Public’s Perspective” (Palgrave Macmillan) co-authored by Hartwick College Professor of Political Science Dr. Laurel Elder looks at public opinion toward these “important but understudied political actors” over the course of three decades.
This chapter summarizes the comprehensive set of findings on US public opinion toward presidential candidate spouses in the context of the central theoretical frameworks advanced in the book: new traditionalism, the conditional nature of incumbency advantage, symbolic representation, partisanship and polarization, and the interdependent nature of public attitudes toward candidate Author: Laurel Elder, Brian Frederick, Barbara Burrell.
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Or sometimes the spouse is a political liability and a detriment to the candidate’s aspirations. At the highest levels, the political spouse is most often a woman, who, even if she’s a successful professional in her own right, must adopt a more traditional role for the campaign.Presidential spouses and partners are invited to gather for a lively social event that will provide an opportunity to talk with other spouses and partners, one at a time, about topics of mutual interest.
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