Articles

 

Hayes, Danny and Jennifer L. Lawless. 2017. “The Decline of Local News and Its Effects: New Evidence from Longitudinal Data.” Journal of Politics, 80(1): 332-336.

Lawless, Jennifer L. 2015. “Female Candidates and Legislators.” Annual Review of Political Science 18:349-66.

Hayes, Danny and Jennifer L. Lawless. 2015. “As Local News Goes, So Goes Citizen Engagement: Media, Knowledge, and Participation in U.S. House Elections.” Journal of Politics 77(2):447-62.

Hayes, Danny and Jennifer L. Lawless. 2015. “A Non-Gendered Lens? Media, Voters, and Female Candidates in Contemporary Congressional Elections.Perspectives on Politics 13(1):95-118.

Hayes, Danny, Jennifer L. Lawless, and Gail Baitinger. 2014. “Who Cares What They Wear? Media, Gender, and the Influence of Candidate Appearance.” Social Science Quarterly 95(5):1194-1212.

Fox, Richard L. and Jennifer L. Lawless. 2014. “Uncovering the Origins of the Gender Gap in Political Ambition.” American Political Science Review 108(3):499-519.

Fox, Richard L. and Jennifer L. Lawless. 2014. “Reconciling Family Roles with Political Ambition: The New Normal for Women in 21st Century U.S. Politics.” Journal of Politics 76(2):398-414.

Fox, Richard L. and Jennifer L. Lawless. 2011. “Gains and Losses in Interest in Running for Office: The Concept of Dynamic Political Ambition.” Journal of Politics 73(2):443-62.

Fox, Richard L. and Jennifer L. Lawless. 2011. “Gendered Perceptions and Political Candidacies: A Central Barrier to Women’s Equality in Electoral Politics.” American Journal of Political Science 55(1):59- 73.

Fox, Richard L. and Jennifer L. Lawless. 2010. “If Only They’d Ask: Gender, Recruitment, and Political Ambition.” Journal of Politics 72(2):310-36.

Fowler, Linda and Jennifer L. Lawless. 2009. “Looking for Sex in All the Wrong Places: Press Coverage and the Electoral Fortunes of Gubernatorial Candidates.” Perspectives on Politics 7(3):519-36.

Lawless, Jennifer L. 2009. “Sexism and Gender Bias in Election 2008: A More Complex Path for Women in Politics.” Politics & Gender 5(1):70-80.

Lawless, Jennifer L. and Kathryn Pearson. 2008. “The Primary Reason for Women’s UnderRepresentation: Re-Evaluating the Conventional Wisdom.” Journal of Politics 70(1):67-82.

Lawless, Jennifer L. and Sean M. Theriault. 2005. “Will She Stay or Will She Go? Career Ceilings and Women’s Retirement from the U.S. Congress.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 30(4):581-96.

Fox, Richard L. and Jennifer L. Lawless. 2005. “To Run or Not to Run for Office: Explaining Nascent Political Ambition.” American Journal of Political Science 49(3):659-76.

Lawless, Jennifer L. 2004. “Women, War, and Winning Elections: Gender Stereotyping in the Post September 11th Era.” Political Research Quarterly 53(3):479-90. 4

Fox, Richard L. and Jennifer L. Lawless. 2004. “Entering the Arena? Gender and the Decision to Run for Office.” American Journal of Political Science 48(2):264-80.
           (Reprinted in Sarah Childs and Mona Lena Krook (eds.), Women, Gender, and Politics: A Reader, New York: Oxford: Chapter 17.)

Lawless, Jennifer L. 2004. “Politics of Presence: Women in the House and Symbolic Representation.” Political Research Quarterly 53(1):81-99.

Fox, Richard L. and Jennifer L. Lawless. 2003. “Family Structure, Sex-Role Socialization, and the Decision to Run for Office.” Women & Politics 24(4):19-48.
          (Reprinted in Karen O’Connor, Sarah E. Brewer, and Michael Philip Fisher (eds.), Gendering American Politics: Perspectives from the
          Literature,
New York: Pearson Longman: pages 87-95.)

Fox, Richard L., Jennifer L. Lawless, and Courtney Feeley. 2001. “Gender and the Decision to Run for Office.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 26:411-35.

Lawless, Jennifer L. and Richard L. Fox. 2001. “Political Participation among the Urban Poor.” Social Problems 48:265-82.

Lawless, Jennifer L. and Richard L. Fox. 1999. “Women Candidates in Kenya: Political Socialization and Representation.” Women & Politics 20(4):49-76.