- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 The Problem
- Chapter 2 The Sources of the Gender Gap in Political Participation
- Chapter 3 Why Women Don’t Speak
- Chapter 4 The Deliberative Justice Experiment
- Chapter 5 Speech as a Form of Participation: Floor Time and Perceived Influence
- Chapter 6 What Makes Women the “Silent Sex” When Their Status Is Low?
- Chapter 7 Does Descriptive Representation Facilitate Women’s Distinctive Voice?
- Chapter 8 Unpacking the Black Box of Interaction
- Chapter 9 When Women Speak, Groups Listen—Sometimes: How and When Women’s Voice Shapes the Group’s Generosity
- Chapter 10 Gender Inequality in School Boards
- The Silent Sex
Christopher F. Karpowitz
- Princeton University Press
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