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Eileen McDonagh

In: Gender and Women's Leadership: A Reference Handbook

Chapter 101: Women's Political Leadership: What's Wrong With the American State and How to Fix It

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Women's Political Leadership: What's Wrong With the American State and How to Fix It
Women's political leadership: What's wrong with the American state and how to fix it

Academics and journalists establish that context gives meaning to information. As researchers have found, information provided in the context in which respondents view the information giver as an expert will promote an experience in which respondents believe the information they have received is interesting and well presented. This is true even when the information presented is calculated to be meaningless and noninformative. Researchers found, for example, that an ...

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