Sarah Childs
Sarah Childs
Professor of Politics and Gender, University of Bristol
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Rethinking women's substantive representation
K Celis, S Childs, J Kantola, ML Krook
Representation 44 (2), 99-110, 2008
562*2008
Critical mass theory and women's political representation
C Sarah, LK Mona
Political studies 56 (3), 725-736, 2008
5312008
Analysing women's substantive representation: From critical mass to critical actors
S Childs, ML Krook
Government and opposition 44 (2), 125-145, 2009
4852009
Should feminists give up on critical mass? A contingent yes
S Childs, ML Krook
Politics & Gender 2 (4), 522-530, 2006
3852006
New Labour's women MPs: women representing women
S Childs
Routledge, 2004
3762004
Women and British party politics: Descriptive, substantive and symbolic representation
S Childs
Routledge, 2008
2522008
The substantive representation of women: What to do with conservative claims?
K Celis, S Childs
Political Studies 60 (1), 213-225, 2012
2082012
A feminised style of politics? Women MPs in the House of Commons
S Childs
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 6 (1), 3-19, 2004
1992004
Gender and politics: The state of the art
S Childs, ML Krook
Politics 26 (1), 18-28, 2006
1882006
Sex, gender and the Conservative Party: From Iron Lady to kitten heels
S Childs, P Webb
Springer, 2011
1782011
Too spineless to rebel? New Labour's women MPs
P Cowley, S Childs
British Journal of Political Science 33 (3), 345-365, 2003
1762003
Introduction: The descriptive and substantive representation of women: New directions
K Celis, S Childs
Parliamentary Affairs 61 (3), 419-425, 2008
1742008
Women representatives acting for women: sex and the signing of early day motions in the 1997 British parliament
S Childs, J Withey
Political Studies 52 (3), 552-564, 2004
1562004
Do women need women representatives?
R Campbell, S Childs, J Lovenduski
British Journal of Political Science 40 (1), 171-194, 2010
1492010
Constituting women's interests through representative claims
K Celis, S Childs, J Kantola, ML Krook
Politics & Gender 10 (2), 149-174, 2014
1472014
Political representation
S Childs, J Lovenduski
The Oxford handbook of gender and politics, 2013
1432013
The complicated relationship between sex, gender and the substantive representation of women
S Childs
European Journal of Women's Studies 13 (1), 7-21, 2006
1272006
Women, gender, and politics: A reader
M Krook, S Childs
Oxford University Press, 2010
1222010
In their own words: New Labour women and the substantive representation of women
S Childs
The British Journal of Politics & International Relations 3 (2), 173-190, 2001
1052001
Hitting the target: Are Labour women MPs ‘acting for’women?
S Childs
Parliamentary Affairs 55 (1), 143-153, 2002
982002
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