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Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, And Michelle Obama: Performing Gender, Race, And Class On The Campaign Trail, Ann C. Mcginley Jan 2009

Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, And Michelle Obama: Performing Gender, Race, And Class On The Campaign Trail, Ann C. Mcginley

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The 2008 Presidential campaign highlighted three strong, interesting, and very different women -- Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, and Michelle Obama -- who negotiated identity performances in the political limelight. Because of their diverse backgrounds, experience, and ages, an examination of how these three women performed their identities and the public response to them offers a rich understanding of the changing nature of gender, gender roles, age, sexuality and race in our culture. This essay suggests that optimism that Obama's race and gender performances may have removed the stigma from "the feminine" may be misplaced, at least when it comes to women ...


Getting To Know: Honoring Women In Law And In Fact, Lynne Henderson Jan 1993

Getting To Know: Honoring Women In Law And In Fact, Lynne Henderson

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Law's Patriarchy, Lynne Henderson Jan 1991

Law's Patriarchy, Lynne Henderson

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Whose Nature? Practical Reason And Patriarchy, Lynne Henderson Jan 1990

Whose Nature? Practical Reason And Patriarchy, Lynne Henderson

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