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Women in Politics

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P460 Women in Politics

on 22 April 2010

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Women & Politics

Are Women Still Discriminated Against in Political Spheres? An exploration of women's role in politics Cale O'Bryan
Katherine Marticke Jillian Badell Michael Curley Olivia Gershman Michelle Rotchadl
Mandie Van Osdol Bethany Keller Overview
Are women still discriminated against in political spheres?
How can such discrimination be eliminated?
Women v Men in Politics
Presidential Skit
Expert Commentary from Brigadier General and IU Provost
Studies of gender discrimination in politics.
Methods to improve gender barriers and eliminate discrimination
Advantages Disadvantages Karen Hanson, Ph.D.
Bloomington Provost and
Executive Vice President
Rudy Professor of Philosophy Sex In Politics Eliminating Discrimination Brigadier General Patricia Hertisch
Commander of the
100th Training Division 1920 – 19th Amendment added to prohibit
gender based restrictions on voting
1922 – Rebecca Felton, D-Ga, first woman senator
1974 – Ella T Grasso, Connecticut, first woman Governor
1996 – LTG Carol A. Mutter, first woman to attain 3 stars in the Armed Forces
1996 – Madeline Albright, first female secretary of state
2008- Hillary Clinton, first woman to run for President
Social Progress "The First Lady In Shorts!" Isaac Mizrahi: "I know that if I don't like someone's appearance I won't consider getting to know them on any level, let alone vote for them for office."
"She was talking on the Senate floor about the burdensome cost of higher education. She was wearing a rose-colored blazer over a black top. The neckline sat low on her chest and had a subtle V-shape. The cleavage registered after only a quick glance. No scrunch-faced scrutiny was necessary. There wasn't an unseemly amount of cleavage showing, but there it was. Undeniable." (Washington Post) "The celebrity gossip magazine, which regularly runs photos of celebrities’ fashion faux pas, contained a twist on the feature: Mrs. Clinton’s own picks of her all-time worst outfits accompanied by US Weekly-worthy self-criticism." (US Weekly)
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