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Confirming or countering gender role expectations online? How female politicians cope with stereotypes in their social media representation and its effect on voters

Elise Storme (UGent)
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gender, social media, political communication, quantitative

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MLA
Storme, Elise. “Confirming or Countering Gender Role Expectations Online? How Female Politicians Cope with Stereotypes in Their Social Media Representation and Its Effect on Voters.” Standing Group Political Communication Summer School, Proceedings, 2023.
APA
Storme, E. (2023). Confirming or countering gender role expectations online? How female politicians cope with stereotypes in their social media representation and its effect on voters. Standing Group Political Communication Summer School, Proceedings. Presented at the ECPR Summer School on Political Communication, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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Storme, Elise. 2023. “Confirming or Countering Gender Role Expectations Online? How Female Politicians Cope with Stereotypes in Their Social Media Representation and Its Effect on Voters.” In Standing Group Political Communication Summer School, Proceedings.
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Storme, Elise. 2023. “Confirming or Countering Gender Role Expectations Online? How Female Politicians Cope with Stereotypes in Their Social Media Representation and Its Effect on Voters.” In Standing Group Political Communication Summer School, Proceedings.
Vancouver
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Storme E. Confirming or countering gender role expectations online? How female politicians cope with stereotypes in their social media representation and its effect on voters. In: Standing Group Political Communication Summer School, Proceedings. 2023.
IEEE
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E. Storme, “Confirming or countering gender role expectations online? How female politicians cope with stereotypes in their social media representation and its effect on voters,” in Standing Group Political Communication Summer School, Proceedings, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 2023.
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