By John Wilson, Diana Boxer
Discourse, Politics and girls as worldwide Leaders specializes in the discourse practices of ladies in international political management. It presents a chain of discursive stories of girls in positions of political management. ‘Political management’ is outlined as attaining a senior place inside of a political association and should usually point out a senior function in executive or competition. the quantity attracts on a various choice of experiences from around the globe, reflecting a number of cultures and exact polities. the first target is to contemplate in what way(s) discursive perform underpins, displays, or is appropriated when it comes to women’s political luck and achievements inside politics. The chapters hire differing theoretical ways all sure by means of the discursive insights they supply, and when it comes to their contribution to figuring out the function of language and discourse within the building of gendered identities inside of political contexts.
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Kirchner took over from where her husband’s presidency had left off when he reached his term limit. Kirchner was again reelected in 2011, a year after her husband’s death in October 2010. Through their public discourse and the projected media persona, these two women create distinct leadership styles. 03cor © 2015 John Benjamins Publishing Company Florencia Cortés-Conde & Diana Boxer process for women in attaining and maintaining the higher office in Latin America can be inferred. As more and more women “crack the highest ceiling,” we need to consider if this attainment is just a question of male/female parity or a means to achieve women’s emancipation from a patriarchal system.
Discourse, Politics and Women as Global Leaders by John Wilson, Diana Boxer