Appearance Coverage of Women Candidates

April 19, 2013 | Karin

While predicting a person’s political future by a haircut seems harmless, research released this week by Name It. Change It., a joint project of the Women’s Media Center and She Should Run, suggests that how the press covers the appearance of women candidates matters in elections. I covered this topic this week over at The Huffington Post. You can read my article here.

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