Kim Fridkin
Kim Fridkin
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The political consequences of being a woman: How stereotypes influence the conduct and consequences of political campaigns
KF Kahn, K Fridkin
Columbia University Press, 1996
8941996
The political consequences of being a woman: How stereotypes influence the conduct and consequences of political campaigns
KF Kahn, K Fridkin
Columbia University Press, 1996
8941996
The political consequences of being a woman: How stereotypes influence the conduct and consequences of political campaigns
KF Kahn, K Fridkin
Columbia University Press, 1996
8941996
Do negative campaigns mobilize or suppress turnout? Clarifying the relationship between negativity and participation
KF Kahn, PJ Kenney
American political science review 93 (4), 877-889, 1999
6411999
Women candidates in the news: An examination of gender differences in US Senate campaign coverage
KF Kahn, EN Goldenberg
Public opinion quarterly 55 (2), 180-199, 1991
5101991
The spectacle of US Senate campaigns
KF Kahn, K Fridkin, PJ Kenney, P Kenney
Princeton University Press, 1999
4471999
The distorted mirror: Press coverage of women candidates for statewide office
KF Kahn
The Journal of politics 56 (1), 154-173, 1994
4421994
Does gender make a difference? An experimental examination of sex stereotypes and press patterns in statewide campaigns
KF Kahn
American Journal of Political Science, 162-195, 1994
4321994
The slant of the news: How editorial endorsements influence campaign coverage and citizens' views of candidates
KF Kahn, PJ Kenney
American political science review 96 (2), 381-394, 2002
4112002
The slant of the news: How editorial endorsements influence campaign coverage and citizens' views of candidates
KF Kahn, PJ Kenney
American political science review 96 (2), 381-394, 2002
4112002
Does being male help? An investigation of the effects of candidate gender and campaign coverage on evaluations of US Senate candidates
KF Kahn
The Journal of politics 54 (2), 497-517, 1992
3931992
Gender differences in campaign messages: The political advertisements of men and women candidates for US Senate
KF Kahn
Political Research Quarterly 46 (3), 481-502, 1993
2701993
Variability in citizens’ reactions to different types of negative campaigns
KL Fridkin, P Kenney
American Journal of Political Science 55 (2), 307-325, 2011
2242011
Do negative messages work? The impact of negativity on citizens’ evaluations of candidates
KL Fridkin, PJ Kenney
American Politics Research 32 (5), 570-605, 2004
2102004
Gender, candidate portrayals and election campaigns: A comparative perspective
MC Kittilson, K Fridkin
Politics & gender 4 (3), 371-392, 2008
2052008
Creating impressions: An experimental investigation of political advertising on television
KF Kahn, JG Geer
Political Behavior 16 (1), 93-116, 1994
1831994
Creating impressions: An experimental investigation of political advertising on television
KF Kahn, JG Geer
Political Behavior 16 (1), 93-116, 1994
1831994
The role of candidate traits in campaigns
KL Fridkin, PJ Kenney
The Journal of Politics 73 (1), 61-73, 2011
1612011
No holds barred: Negativity in US Senate campaigns
KF Kahn, PJ Kenney
Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, 2004
139*2004
The dimensions of negative messages
KL Fridkin, PJ Kenney
American Politics Research 36 (5), 694-723, 2008
1382008
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