Mirya R. Holman
Mirya R. Holman
Associate Professor of Public Policy, Hobby School of Public Affairs, University of Houston
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Power, conflict, and community: How gendered views of political power influence women's political ambition
MC Schneider, MR Holman, AB Diekman, T McAndrew
Political Psychology 37 (4), 515-531, 2016
Terrorist threat, male stereotypes, and candidate evaluations
MR Holman, JL Merolla, EJ Zechmeister
Political Research Quarterly 69 (1), 134-147, 2016
Playing the woman card: Ambivalent sexism in the 2016 US presidential race
EC Cassese, MR Holman
Political Psychology 40 (1), 55-74, 2019
Party and gender stereotypes in campaign attacks
EC Cassese, MR Holman
Political Behavior 40, 785-807, 2018
Gender, race, and political ambition: how intersectionality and frames influence interest in political office
MR Holman, MC Schneider
Politics, Groups, and Identities 6 (2), 264-280, 2018
Sex, stereotypes, and security: A study of the effects of terrorist threat on assessments of female leadership
MR Holman, JL Merolla, EJ Zechmeister
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 32 (3), 173-192, 2011
Sex and the city: Female leaders and spending on social welfare programs in US municipalities
MR Holman
Journal of Urban Affairs 36 (4), 701-715, 2014
Women in local government: What we know and where we go from here
MR Holman
State and Local Government Review 49 (4), 285-296, 2017
All politics is local? County sheriffs and localized policies of immigration enforcement
EM Farris, MR Holman
Political Research Quarterly 70 (1), 142-154, 2017
Women in politics in the American city
MR Holman
Temple University Press, 2014
Gender, Candidate Emotional Expression, and Voter Reactions During Televised Debates
C Boussalis, T Coan, M Holman, S Müller
American Political Science Review, 2021
This one’s for the boys: How gendered political socialization limits girls’ political ambition and interest
AL Bos, JS Greenlee, MR Holman, ZM Oxley, JC Lay
American Political Science Review 116 (2), 484-501, 2022
Gender quotas, women’s representation, and legislative diversity
TD Barnes, MR Holman
The Journal of Politics 82 (4), 1271-1286, 2020
Judging women
SJ Choi, M Gulati, M Holman, EA Posner
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 8 (3), 504-532, 2011
Stop, collaborate, and listen: Women's collaboration in US state legislatures
MR Holman, A Mahoney
Legislative Studies Quarterly 43 (2), 179-206, 2018
Voting Green*
TG Coan, MR Holman
Social Science Quarterly 89 (5), 1121-1135, 2008
I am woman, hear me tweet! Gender differences in Twitter use among congressional candidates
KM Wagner, J Gainous, MR Holman
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 38 (4), 430-455, 2017
Religious beliefs, gender consciousness, and women’s political participation
EC Cassese, MR Holman
Sex Roles 75, 514-527, 2016
Managing medical bills on the brink of bankruptcy
MB Jacoby, M Holman
Yale J. Health Pol'y L. & Ethics 10, 239, 2010
Gender targeting in political advertisements
MR Holman, MC Schneider, K Pondel
Political Research Quarterly 68 (4), 816-829, 2015
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