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Gender and the Vote in Britain
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Rosie Campbell is lecturer in research methods at the School of Politics and Sociology, Birkbeck College, University of London. She researches gender and representation, participation and voting behaviour. She is currently involved in the British Representation Study 2005, a study of the backgrounds, attitudes and experiences of MPs and candidates. Previous publications include Gender, Ideology and Issue Preference: Is there such a Thing as a Political Women's interest in Britain? BJPIR 6:20-46,Winning Women's Votes? The Incremental Track to Equality with Joni Lovenduski in Parliamentary Affairs, October 2005 and the electoral commission report Gender and Political Participation with Pippa Norris and Joni Lovenduski, published in 2004.
contents Introduction 1 Chapter one: Why gender and voting behaviour? 5 Feminist theory and other accounts Chapter two: Mainstream studies of voting behaviour 32 Chapter three: Gender ideology and issue preference 54 Chapter four: Gender and turnout 78 Chapter five: Sex, vote and other background characteristics 89 Chapter six: Electoral context 100 Chapter seven: The 2005 British General Election 115 (with Kristi Winters) Conclusions 128 Bibliography 135 Index 143