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La fortaleza de las candidaturas independientes y sus oportunidades de competencia frente a los partidos políticos en México
(Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2019)
El objetivo de este trabajo es ofrecer elementos teóricos y empíricos que permitan contribuir al debate sobre las candidaturas independientes. El argumento central es que, si bien estas candidaturas podrían ser necesarias ...
Gender stereotypes and patronage practices in women’s careers : a study of the mexican executive branch
(Cogent OA, 2016-12)
Feminist institutionalism seeks to include women as actors and to understand the interplay between gender and the functioning of political institutions. Elite theory looks to understand social interaction that an establishment ...
Presidential elections in Mexico : media coverage of the Josefina Vazquez Mota campaign
(Taylor and Francis Inc., 2020-07)
In 2012, the incumbent party nominated the first woman with a real chance of being elected president in Mexico. This was an historic moment, later described as a “haughtily hen” looking for a chance to win. The present ...
Media coverage of women in politics : mexican local politicians on campaign
(Taylor and Francis Ltd., 2020-01)
Press coverage of women was expected to increase with their greater political representation in Mexico. What characterises the coverage that print media has given to men and women running for office? Are there any differences ...
Transitioning from descriptive to substantive representation : a study of the mexican congress
(Institute of Political Studies, 2021)
The increasing number of women in the Mexican Congress could lead us to expect that women's interests are being better represented. However, there is no sufficient recent evidence on a correlation between a more robust ...