Presentation on Media Coverage of Women Politicians Rescheduled
With the United States within reach of electing its first female president because of Democrat Hillary Clinton's success so far, Finneman will examine the media experiences of women political pioneers who helped pave the way to the breaking of the glass ceiling.
Finneman, an assistant professor of Journalism & Mass Communications at South Dakota State University, will speak at 4 p.m., Wednesday, March 30 at the Al Neuharth Media Center. The presentation is sponsored by USD history, political science and women and gender studies.
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