Lee Ann Banaszak

Pennsylvania State University - Department of Political Science and Women's Studies

Department of Political Science & Women's Studies

133 Willard Building

University Park, PA 16802-2800

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

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245

SSRN CITATIONS

1

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0

Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Explaining Movement and Countermovement Events in the Contemporary U.S. Women’s Movement

Number of pages: 34 Posted: 01 Sep 2010
Lee Ann Banaszak and Heather L. Ondercin
Pennsylvania State University - Department of Political Science and Women's Studies and University Of Mississippi
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feminism, social movements, women, gender, event data

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Examining Endogeneity in Social Movement Protest and Public Opinion: The Case of the U.S. Women's Movement

APSA 2009 Toronto Meeting Paper
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 13 Aug 2009 Last Revised: 28 Sep 2009
Lee Ann Banaszak and Heather L. Ondercin
Pennsylvania State University - Department of Political Science and Women's Studies and University Of Mississippi
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Learning Gender Equality: Women's Movement Influence on Youth Attitudes in a Comparative Perspective

APSA 2013 Annual Meeting Paper, American Political Science Association 2013 Annual Meeting
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 22 Aug 2013
Lee Ann Banaszak, Shan-Jan Liu and Neslihan B Tamer
Pennsylvania State University - Department of Political Science and Women's Studies, Pennsylvania State University and Pennsylvania State University
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gender roles, public opinion, women's movement, youth socialization

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Do Government Positions Held by Women Matter? A Cross-National Examination of Female Ministers' Impact on Women's Political Participation

Politics & Gender, Volume 13, Issue 1, March 2017, pp. 132-162
Posted: 14 Feb 2018
Shan-Jan Sarah Liu and Lee Ann Banaszak
Newcastle University and Pennsylvania State University - Department of Political Science and Women's Studies

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