Evaluating the Crying Double Standard in American Politics

Hessekiel, Kira H.

Today, many pundits and politicians alike argue that a crying double standard exists in contemporary politics, meaning that tears from men are perceived more positively than those from women. But is this claim true in the mind of the American voter, and if so, how does the context of the episode come into play? Through the analysis of data from a political psychology study of Tufts ... read more

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