Article published In:
Journal of Language and Politics
Vol. 21:6 (2022) ► pp.919943
Barnes, Tiffany D. and Mirya R. Holman
2020 “Gender Quotas, Women’s Representation, and Legislative Diversity.” The Journal of Politics 84, no. 4: 000–000. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Barnett, Micahel
1990 “High Politics is Low Politics: The Domestic and Systemic Sources of Israeli Security Policy, 1967–1977.” World Politics 42, no. 4 (1990): 529–62. JSTOR. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bell, Courtney M., Philip M. McCarthy, and Danielle S. McNamara
2012 “Using LIWC and Coh-Metrix to investigate gender differences in linguistic styles.” Applied Natural Language Processing: Identification, Investigation and Resolution. 545–56. IGI Global. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bergvall, Victoria L.
1999 “Toward a comprehensive theory of language and gender.” Language in Society 28, no. 2 (1999): 273–93. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bernieri, Frank J., & Robert Rosenthal
1991 “Interpersonal coordination: Behavior matching and interactional synchrony.” Fundamentals of nonverbal behavior. 401–32. Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme.Google Scholar
Blei, David. M., Andrew Y. Ng, and Michael I. Jordan
2003 “Latent dirichlet allocation.” Journal of Machine Learning Research, 31 (January): 993–1022.Google Scholar
Bligh, Michelle C. and Jeffrey C. Kohles
2008 “Negotiating gender role expectations: Rhetorical leadership and women in the US senate.” Leadership 4, no. 4 (November): 381–402. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bortfeld, Heather, Silvia D. Leon, Jonathan E. Bloom, Michael F. Schober, and Susan E. Brennan
2001 “Disfluency Rates in Conversation: Effects of Age, Relationship, Topic, Role, and Gender.” Language and Speech, 44, no.2(June 2001): 123–47. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Burns, Courtney. and Amanda Murdie
2018 “Female chief executives and state human rights practices: Self-fulfilling the political double bind.” Journal of Human Rights 17, no. 4 (April): 470–84. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Carroll, Susan J.
2002 “Partisan Dynamics of the Gender Gap among State Legislators.(Symposium: Trends in State Party Politics).” Spectrum: The Journal of State Government 75 (4): 18–23.Google Scholar
Childs, Sarah and Mona Lena Krook
2006 “Gender and politics: The state of the art.” Politics 26, no. 1 (January): 18–28. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Clark, Janet, Robert Darcy, Susan Welch, M. Ambrosius, and J. A. Flammang
1985 “ Political Women: Current Roles in State and Local Government .”Google Scholar
Cohen, Jacob
1977 “ Statistical power analysis for the behavioral sciences ” (revised ed.). New York: Academic Press.Google Scholar
Condon, W. S., and W. D. Ogston
1966 “Sound film analysis of normal and pathological behavior patterns.” Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 143, no. 4 (October): 338–47. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Cowell-Meyers, Kimberly, and Laura Langbein
2009 “Linking Women’s Descriptive and Substantive Representation in the United States.” Politics & Gender 5 (4): 491–518. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Detraz, Nicole
2011 “Threats or Vulnerabilities? Assessing the Link Between Climate Change and Security.” Global Environmental Politics 11, no. 3 (August): 104–20. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Diekman, Amanda B.
2007 “Negotiating the Double Bind: Interpersonal and Instrumental Evaluations of Dominance.” Sex Roles, 56, no. 9 (May): 551–61. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Diermeier, Daniel, Jean François Godbout, Yu Bei, and Stefan Kaufmann, S.
2012 “Language and Ideology in Congress.” British Journal of Political Science 42, no. 1 (May): 31–55. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Dion, Michelle
2008 “All-knowing or all-nurturing? Student expectations, gender roles, and practical suggestions for women in the classroom.” PS: Political Science & Politics 41, no. 4 (October): 853–56.Google Scholar
Dolan, Kathleen
2005 “Do women candidates play to gender stereotypes? Do men candidates play to women? Candidate sex and issues priorities on campaign websites.” Political Research Quarterly 58, no. 1 (March): 31–44. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Eckert, Penelope and Sally McConnell-Ginet
2013 “ Language and gender .” Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Files, Julia, Anita P. Mayer, Marica G. Ko, Patricia Friedrich, Marjorie Jenkins, Michael J. Bryan, Suneela Vegunta, Christopher M. Wittich, Melissa A. Lyle, Ryan Melikian, Treveor, Duston, Yu-Hui H., Chang, and Sharonne N. Hayes
2017 “Speaker Introductions at Internal Medicine Grand Rounds: Forms of Address Reveal Gender Bias.” Journal of Women’s Health 26, no. 5 (February): 413–19. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Frederick, Brian
2009 “Are Female House Members Still More Liberal in a Polarized Era? The Conditional Nature of the Relationship between Descriptive and Substantive Representation.” In Congress & the Presidency 361:181–202. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Gilligan, Carol
1993 “ In a different voice .” Harvard University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
1995 “Moral orientation and moral development [1987].” In Justice and care. 31–46. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Heilman, M. E., A. S. Wallen, D. Fuchs, and M. M. Tamkins
2004 “Penalties for success: Reactions to women who succeed at male gender-typed tasks.” Journal of Applied Psychology 89, no. 3 (June): 416–27. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Herrnson, Paul S., J. Celeste Lay, and Atiya Kai Stokes
2003 “Women running ‘as women’: Candidate gender, campaign issues, and voter-targeting strategies.” The Journal of Politics 65, no. 1 (February): 244–55. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Hill, Kim Quaile, and Patricia A. Hurley
2002 “Symbolic Speeches in the US Senate and Their Representational Implications.” The Journal of Politics 64 (1): 219–231. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Holman, Mirya R.
2014Women in Politics in the American City. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.Google Scholar
2016 “Gender, political rhetoric, and moral metaphors in state of the city addresses.” Urban Affairs Review 52, no. 4 (June): 501–30. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Holmes, Janet
1997 “Women, language and identity.” Journal of Sociolinguistics 1, no. 2 (June): 195–223. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Holmes, Janet. and Miriam Meyerhoff
(eds.) 2003The Handbook of Language and Gender. Blackwell, Oxford. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Huddy, Leonie and Nayda Terkildsen
1993 “Gender stereotypes and the perception of male and female candidates.” American Journal of Political Science 37, no. 1 (February)119–47. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
James, Deborah, Sandra Clarke, and Deborah Tannen
1993 “Gender and conversational interaction.” Women, Men and Interruptions: A Critical Review, edited by Deborah Tannen. Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Jones, Jennifer J.
2016 “Talk ‘like a man’: The linguistic styles of Hillary Clinton, 1992–2013.” Perspectives on Politics 14, no. 3 (September): 625–42. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Kahn, Kim F.
1993 “Gender Differences in Campaign Messages: The Political Advertisements of Men and Women Candidates for U.S. Senate.” Political Research Quarterly 46, no. 3 (September): 481–502. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Keohane, Robert O., and Joseph Nye
1977Power and interdependence: world politics in transition. Boston: Little, Brown.Google Scholar
Knight, Chris
2008 “Language co-evolved with the rule of law.” Mind & Society 7, no. 1 (February):109–218. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Lakoff, Robin
2003 “Language, gender, and politics: Putting ‘women’ and ‘power’ in the same sentence.” The Handbook of Language and Gender, edited by Janet Holmes and Miriam Meyerhoff, 160–78. Blackwell Publishing Ltd. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Lazar, Michelle M.
2007 “Feminist critical discourse analysis: Articulating a feminist discourse praxis.” Critical Discourse Studies 4, no. 2 (September): 141–64. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Levy, Dena, Charles Tien, and Rachelle Aved
2001 “Do differences matter? Women members of Congress and the Hyde Amendment.” Women & Politics 23, no.1 (January): 105–27. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Madera, J. M., M. R. Hebl, and R. C. Martin
2009 “Gender and letters of recommendation for academia: Agentic and communal differences.” The Journal of Applied Psychology 94, no. 6 (November): 1591–99. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Maltz, Daneil N., and Ruth A. Borker
1982 “A cultural approach to male-female miscommunication.” A Cultural Approach to Interpersonal Communication: Essential Readings, edited by Leila Monaghan and Jane Goodman, 168–85. Blackwell Publishing.Google Scholar
Mansbridge, Jane
1999 “Should Blacks Represent Blacks and Women Represent Women? A Contingent ‘Yes’.” The Journal of Politics 61 (3): 628–657. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
McCallum, A. K.
2002 “ Mallet: A machine learning for language toolkit .” [URL]
McCarty, Nolan, Keith T. Poole, and Howard Rosenthal
2016Polarized America: The Dance of Ideology and Unequal Riches. Cambridge: MIT Press.Google Scholar
McDowall, J. J.
1978 “Interactional synchrony: A reappraisal.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 36, no. 9 (September): 963–75. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Niederhoffer, K. G., and James W. Pennebaker
2002 “Linguistic style matching in social interaction.” Journal of Language and Social Psychology 21, no. 4 (December) 337–60. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Osborn, Tracy L.
2012 “How Women Represent Women: Political Parties, Gender and Representation in the State Legislatures. Oxford University Press. [URL]. DOI logo
Osborn, Tracy and Jeanette Morehouse Mendez
2010 “Speaking as women: Women and floor speeches in the Senate.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 31, no. 1 (February): 1–21. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Osborn, Tracy, Rebecca J. Kreitzer, Emily U. Schilling, and Jennifer Hayes Clark
2019 “Ideology and Polarization among Women State Legislators.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 44 (4): 647–680. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Pearson, Kathryn and Logan Dancey
2011a “Elevating women’s voices in Congress: Speech participation in the House of Representatives.” Political Research Quarterly 64, no. 4 (December): 910–23. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2011b “Speaking for the underrepresented in the House of Representatives: Voicing women’s interests in a partisan era.” Politics & Gender 7 no. 4 (February), 493–519. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Pennebaker, James W.
2013The secret life of pronouns: What our words say about us. Bloomsbury Press.Google Scholar
2018 “Expressive Writing in Psychological Science.” Perspectives on Psychological Science 13 (2): 226–229. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Pennebaker, James W., Ryan L. Boyd, Kayla Jordan, and Kate Blackburn
2015 “The development and psychometric properties of LIWC2015.” UT Faculty/Researcher Works. [URL]
Robson, Deborah C.
2000 “Stereotypes and the female politician: A case study of Senator Barbara Mikulski.” Communication Quarterly 48, no. 3 (May): 205–22. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Saint-Germain, Michelle A.
1989 “Does Their Difference Make a Difference? The Impact of Women on Public Policy in Arizona Legislature.Google Scholar
Sawilowsky, Shlomo S.
2009 “New effect size rules of thumb.” Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods, 8(2), 597–599. [URL]. DOI logo
Sheldon, Amy
1990 “Pickle fights: Gendered talk in preschool disputes.” Discourse Processes 13, no. 1: 5–31. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Shor, Boris, and Nolan McCarty
2011 “The Ideological Mapping of American Legislatures.” American Political Science Review 105 (3): 530–551. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Sinclair, Barbara
2018 “Tip O’Neill and Contemporary House Leadership.” In Masters of the House, eds: Roger H. Davidson, Susan Hammond & Raymond Smock, 289–318. London: Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Sunderland, Jane
2004Gendered Discourses. London: Palgrave Macmillan. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Swers, Michael L.
2001 “Understanding the policy impact of electing women: Evidence from research on congress and state legislatures.” PS: Political Science and Politics 34, no. 2 (June): 217–20. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Swers, Michele L.
2002 “Fighting for Women’s Issues on the House Floor: An Analysis of Floor Amending Behavior in the 103d and 104th Congresses.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 271:151–151.Google Scholar
Swers, Michael L.
2013Women in the Club: Gender and Policy Making in the Senate. University of Chicago Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Thomas, Sue
1994How women legislate. Oxford University Press on Demand.Google Scholar
Thomsen, Danielle M.
2015 “Why so Few (Republican) Women? Explaining the Partisan Imbalance of Women in the US Congress.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 40 (2): 295–323. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Walsh, Katherine Cramer
2002 “Enlarging Representation: Women Bringing Marginalized Perspectives to Floor Debate in the House of Representatives.” In Women Transforming Congress, edited by Cindy Simon Rosenthal, 370–396. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.Google Scholar
Waltz, Kenneth N.
2010Theory of international politics. Waveland Press.Google Scholar
Wodak, Ruth
2003 “Multiple identities: the role of female parliamentarians in the EU Parliament.” The Handbook of Language and Gender, edited by Janet Holmes and Miriam Meyerhoff, 671–98. Blackwell, Oxford. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Youde, Jeremy
2016 “High politics, low politics, and global health.” Journal of Global Security Studies 1, no. 2 (May): 157–70. DOI logoGoogle Scholar