New Hampshire Women's Pathways to Politics and Their Subsequent Impact on the Female Electorate and on the Legislative Process

Will, Hannah Jean


  • Prior scholarship has demonstrated that women become involved in politics in a different manner than men. Women tend to be civically involved, rather than politically involved, and come from backgrounds based in education and healthcare. Men tend to be more politically engaged and come from business and legal backgrounds. It has also been posited that women's lack of psychological engagement in ... read more
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