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