Women and Executive Office: Pathways and PerformanceMelody Rose, editor
|2012/301 pages/LC: 2012018805 |
What unique challenges do women face as they seek and attain high-ranking positions in the executive branches of government? How can these challenges be overcome? Is there an established "pipeline" to office, or must women find their own ways to achieve power? Is there any relationship between gender and job performance? Addressing these questions, the authors of Women and Executive Office take stock of the strides that women are making in their paths to and tenure in high-level executive service.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Melody Rose is vice chancellor for academic strategies for the Oregon University System. Her recent publications include(with Regina Lawrence) Hillary Clinton's Race for the White House: Gender Politics and the Media on the Campaign Trail.
- Women as Executive Political Leaders—M. Rose.
- THE FEDERAL LEVEL
- The Real '08 Fight: Clinton vs. Palin—R.G. Lawrence and M. Rose.
- The Vice Presidency as the New Glass Ceiling: Media Coverage of Sarah Palin—K.L. Fridkin, J. Carle, and G.S. Woodall.
- Nancy Pelosi as Organizational Leader: In the Footsteps of Mary Parker Follett—C.S. Rosenthal and R.M. Peters, Jr.
- Women in the Obama Administration: Insiders, or Outsiders Looking In?—J. Dolan.
- The STATE AND LOCAL LEVELS.
- Women in the Governor's Mansion: How Party and Gender Affect Policy Agendas—R. Herrera and K. Shafer.
- Entering the Mayor's Office: Women’s Decisions to Run for Municipal Positions—S.J. Carroll and K. Sanbonmatsu.
- Local Executive Leaders: At the Intersection of Race and Gender—P-t. Lien and K.E.O. Swain.
- CHALLENGES FOR WOMEN EXECUTIVES.
- Barriers Bent but Not Broken: Newspaper Coverage of Local and State Elections—D. Bystrom, N. Brown, and M. Fiddelke.
- Welcome to the Party? Leadership, Ambition, and Support Among Elites—D.L. Baer.
- Campaign Finance: A Barrier to Reaching the White House?—V.A. Farrar-Myers and B.D. Boyea.
- Turning the Tables: Behind Every Successful Woman—K. Dittmar.
- Defining the Executive Women Research Agenda—M. Rose.