The 1972 Convention Delegate Study: Women in Politics
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, 1976 - Elections - 176 pages
This study focuses on the changing role of women in politics, utilizing the nominating conventions as a means of defining and identifying an elite segment of the population, and women in politics at one point in time. The personal interview data examine in depth the candidate selection process, the convention proceedings, and the psychological factors involved in women's political activity.
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