BILL CLINTON REFERENCE
1990S DECADE OF SCANDAL:
By Bonnie K. Goodman, BA, MLIS
HILLARY CLINTON DISSERTATIONS
Chase, Alexandria R. Transcending the “freaked-Out Nut” Persona: Apologia, Anger, and Affect in Hilary Clinton’s Benghazi Testimony. , 2014. Internet resource.
Tarjimanyan, Arman. Media Bias in Portrayal of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama on Leading Television Networks During 2008 Democratic Nomination Race. , 2014. Internet resource.
Li, Jiahui. A Research into What Hedging Strategies Are Used in Hillary Clinton’s Political Speeches. , 2014. Internet resource.
Jeremiason, Katie M. An Ideological Analysis of Hillary Clinton and Michele Bachmann’s Presidential Campaign Rhetoric. , 2013. Print.
Alba, Kim. Diplomatic Communication in Response to Religious Conflict. , 2013. Print.
Hamilton, Allison J, and Caroline J. Tolbert. Competing Pathways of the Internet & New Media’s Influence on Women Political Candidates. , 2013. Internet resource.
Roelke, Stacie A. Leadership Skills Demonstrated by Four 20th Century First Ladies. , 2013. Print.
Butler, Jazmyne E, and Cheryl D. Jenkins. Professional First Ladies in the Media: Framing of Clinton, Bush, and Obama in the Washington Post. Hattiesburg, Miss: University of Southern Mississippi, 2013. Internet resource.
Morales, Alma K. The Evolving Image of Hillary Clinton: How Has Family, Work and Media Influenced Her Image. , 2013. Print.
Al-Nasser, Bidrea. Looking Out for the Egyptian Woman: Hilary Clinton’s Political Rhetoric on Egyptian Women in the Wake of the ‘arab Spring’ (2011-2012). , 2013. Print.
Osborn, Martin. Hillary Clinton Mobilizes International Pressure against Iran with the Traditional Rhetoric of Collective Security. , 2012. Print.
Forsythe, Bradley M. Barack Obama: The Inevitable Nominee. , 2012. Print.
Macha, Sarah. Media Coverage of Female Presidential and Vice Presidential Candidates and Voter Perceptions of Competency. , 2012. Print.
Cassidy, Kathryn M. Bringing the Frame into Focus: How Cable News Pundits Protect the Glass Ceiling. Amherst, Mass: University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2012. Internet resource.
Killian, Justin L. Gendered Voices: Rhetorical Agency and the Political Career of Hillary Rodham Clinton. , 2012. Internet resource.
Amantullah, Heidi. Jezebel.com Loves Clinton, Hates Palin: Women’s Websites on Women in Politics. , 2011. Print.
Calkin, Kayla. Primary Feminism: The Politics of Endorsing Hillary Clinton in the 2008 Democratic Election. c2011, 2011. Print.
Bachmann, Cáceres I. Toward a Theory on Gender and Emotional Management in Electoral Politics: A Comparative Study of Media Discourses in Chile and the United States. Austin, Tex: University of Texas, 2011. Internet resource.
Morrish, Jessica. Pantsuits, Lipstick, and the Oval Office: The Role of Reporter’s Gender Differences in the Media’s Portrayal of Female Political Candidates Campaigning for President of the United States. , 2010. Print.
McBride, Kathleen. Assessing Gender Bias in the Media Coverage of the 2008 Democratic Primary. , 2010. Print.
Hansen, Tracie L. Deconstructing Hillary: An Analysis of Hillary Clinton’s Gendered Performance in Her 2008 Presidential Campaign Advertisements. , 2010. Print.
Meeks, Lindsey. Is She “man Enough” ?: News Coverage of Female and Male Candidates in U.s. Elections. , 2010. Print.
Schnoebelen, James M. The Gendered Shackles of the Would-Be “madame President”: A Rhetorical Analysis of Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Communication During the 2008 Democratic Presidential Primary. , 2010. Print.
Borggreen, Mira, and Universitet Syddansk. “it Takes a Village”: An Analysis of Hillary Rodham Clindon’s Political Philosophy. Odense, 2010. Print.
Wang, Hui. Discursive Mediation in Translation: With Reference to Living History and Its Two Chinese Translations. , 2010. Print.
Coy, Heidi. Women, Politics and the Media: An Examination of the Role of Women in the Presidential Elections of 1984 and 2008 and How They Were Covered by the Media. , 2009. Print.
Morris, Rachel D. Preserving, Displaying, and Insisting on the Dress: Icons, Female Agencies, Institutions, and the Twentieth Century First Lady. , 2009. Print.
Laude, Heather N. Hillary Clinton’s Campiagn [sic] Web Site: Male Vs. Female Perception of Clinton’s Online Videos. , 2009. Print.
Struckman, Sara L. The Toughness Conundrum: Contemporary Mainstream Media Images of Women in the Public Sphere During the War on Terror. , 2009. Print.
Carlile, Andrea. A Feminist Analysis of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 Democratic National Committee Primary Debate Discourse. , 2009. Print.
Hargrove, Diana. A Content Analysis of Leadership Language in Campaign Speeches Communicated by Senators Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Hussein Obama. , 2009. Print.
Burnias, Celeste J. Representations of Gender: News Coverage of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 Presidential Primary Campaign. , 2009. Print.
Wiliamson, Susan. Secretary Clinton’s Smart Power Approach: One Hundred Days of Diplomacy. , 2009. Print.
Barker, Katherine M. Gender and the Media: A Case Study of Hillary Clinton and the 2008 Presidential Campaign. , 2009. Print.
Sunberg, Danielle. The 2008 Presidential Election: The Presence of Women Candidates and Their Impact on the Female Electorate. Waltham, Mass, 2009. Print.
Kronzek, Rachael S. Modern First Ladies: How Progressive Evolution of the Role Has Aided Health Advocacy in the United States. , 2008. Print.
Albert, Julie. Framing Femininity: A Study of the 2008 Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaign’s Self-Presentation and Representation in the Media. Waltham, Mass, 2008. Print.
LaPoe, Benjamin R. Gender and Racial Cues During the 2008 Democratic Party’s Presidential Candidate Nomination Process: Social Responsibility in the 21st Century. Morgantown, W. Va: West Virginia University Libraries, 2008. Internet resource.
Buel, Rebecca D. Give ’em Hill: The Fighter Persona in Hillary Clinton’s 2008 Presidential Campaign. , 2008. Print.
Vaughn, Ashley L. First Lady, Senator, President?: The Rhetorical Progression of Hillary Rodham Clinton. , 2008. Print.
Oles, Denise L. The Critical Interrogation of Female Apology Discourse: A Case Study of Martha Stewart, Oprah Winfrey and Hillary Clinton’s Multiple Attempts at Image Repair Discourse. , 2008. Print.
Cunningham, Sheryl. Symbolic Women in American Politics: An Analysis of Public Communications and News Coverage of Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Clinton. , 2008. Print.
Flores, Daniel. Shaping Ethos: A Perspective of the Hillary Rodham Clinton Presidential Campaign’s Online Rhetorical Strategies, January-December 2007. , 2007. Internet resource.
Saldivar, Hodgson M. N. A Content Analysis of Leadership Language in Selected Speeches Communicated by America’s First Ladies Hillary Rodham Clinton and Laura Welch Bush. , 2007. Print.
Boyer, Heather J. Hillary Rodham Clinton: Feminism, Success, and the First Ladyship. , 2006. Print.
Freedman, Kasey. Media Coverage of Past and Possible Women Presidential Candidates with Specific Discussion of Elizabeth Dole, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Condoleezza Rice. , 2006. Print.
Busher, Amy B. Framing Hillary Clinton: A Content Analysis of the New York Times News Coverage of the 2000 New York Senate Election. , 2006. Internet resource.
Chen, Yi-Ting. Female Politicians in the Media: Hillary Rodham Clinton and Hsiu-Lien Lu : an Examination of Patriarchal and Feminist Word Usage in Political News : Case Analyses of the Post-Standard (syracuse, Ny) and China Times (taiwan). Morgantown, W. Va: West Virginia University Libraries, 2006. Internet resource.
Crawford, Allyson B. Women Politicians at Major Party Conventions: An Analysis of Four Influential Speeches. , 2005. Print.
Wachai, James N. Journalistic Gender Stereotyping of First Ladies Laura Bush and Hillary Clinton: A Thesis. , 2005. Internet resource.
Bivens, Angela Y. Agenda-setting in Newsmagazines and Its Impact on Public Opinion: As Demonstrated by Time and Newsweek Magazine Covers of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. , 2005. Print.
Oxner, Amy C. From Presidential Wife to Leader in Her Own Right?: The Media’s Representation of Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Feminine Ideal. , 2003. Print.
Smith, Stacey M. Feminine Political Rhetorical Style and Feminine Myth. , 2003. Print.
Best, Gina A. Critical Cultural Content Analysis of News Magazine Coverage of Hillary Clinton. , 2002. Print.
Conklin, Anne M. The Rhetorical Construction of the Female Politician in Newspapers: How National Newspapers Portrayed Katherine Harris and Hillary Clinton During Controversial Times. , 2002. Print.
London, Erika B, and Cheryl Glenn. Hillary Rodham Clinton: A Rhetorical Analysis of Her Leadership. , 2001. Print.
Franklin, April I. Women, Politics, and Power: The Media’s Construction of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. , 1999. Print.
Gabbert, Jeri P. The Voice of an American Icon: A Feminist Analysis of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. , 1999. Print.
Gilbert, Kathryn E. The Feminine Style in First Lady Discourse: A Rhetorical Comparison of the Speeches of Eleanor Roosevelt and Hillary Rodham Clinton. , 1999. Print.
Anderson, Karrin V. Complicating Political Identity: A Rhetorical Biography of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. , 1998. Print.
Watts, Michelle L. The Use of a “feminine Style” of Discourse by Hillary Rodham Clinton During the 1993 Health Care Reform Debate. , 1998. Print.
The Role of American Career Women in the Late Twenthieth Century, a Study on Hillary Rodham Clinton, Sri Wachyunni. Yogyakarta] : Universitas Gadjah Mada, 1998. Internet resource.
Sells, Laura. Toward a Feminist Critical Rhetoric: Subjectivity, Performance, and the Body in Feminist Public Address. , 1997. Print.
Payne, Julee A. Resounding the Lyrical Possibilities for Women: Constitutive Rhetoric and the Ideological Dimensions of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Discourse. , 1997. Print.
Pastorek, Angela E. More Than Tea and Cookies: Time and Newsweek’s Framing of Barbara Bush and Hillary Clinton. , 1997. Print.
Detman, Linda A. Tracing Notions of “women’s Places” in Society: An Analysis of Selected Press Coverage of Hillary Rodham Clinton. , 1996. Print.
Anderson, Karrin V. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Health-Care Reform Rhetoric: Pluralism and Paradox. , 1995. Print.
Cohen, Sarah E. Behind Every Successful Man … Mrs. President: Eleanor Roosevelt and Hillary Rodham Clinton. Amherst, Mass: publisher not identified, 1995. Print.
Sundararaman, Katherine H. The Zoe Baird Nomination: A Narrative Analysis. , 1995. Print.
DeCamp, Mary H. The Media & Hillary Rodham Clinton: Similarities and Differences in 1993 Coverage. , 1994. Print.
Schario, Tracy A. Hillary Clinton, Rhetorical Adaptation During the 1992 Presidential Campaign. , 1993. Print.