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Two Books on Women's Suffrage
An overview of two books; "Women, Politics and Media: Uneasy Relations in Comparative Perspective" by Karen Ross and "Women, Power, and Politics" by Margaret Stacey and Marion Price.
# 133929 | 2,500 words | 8 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Women Studies (Feminism) , Literature (General)


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The paper discusses these two books that both deal with the issue of women's political roles (or lack thereof) and are both written as part of the ongoing discourse on women's post-suffragette movement participation in politics, and are written by feminists. Moreover, the paper posits that both are well-researched books that offer much of value. However, the paper shows how the two books are also very different in important ways; in the broadest sense, "Women, Politics and Media" examines the relationships and interactions between the media, elite politics and women, while "Women, Power, and Politics" looks at the big picture, and in fact challenges the very notion of power itself.

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"These two books both deal with the issue of women's political roles (or lack thereof). Both are written as part of the ongoing discourse on women's post-suffragette movement participation in politics, and both are written by feminists. Moreover, both are well-researched books that offer..."

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