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Edwards, Janis L. "Drawing Politics in Pink and Blue." In: PS: Political Science and Politics 40.2 (2007), S. 249–253.
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Keywords: Gender, Karikatur, Politik, Randformen des Comics, Rhetorik
Collection: PS: Political Science and Politics
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Assessing the current condition of editorial cartooning invites engagement in a number of potential perspectives: Cartoons may be positioned as journalism, artistic expression, entertaining satire, and political and historical record. A rhetorical perspective examines cartoons as expressions of political discourse positioned within the wider culture that defines, constructs, and frames larger social ideologies as a backdrop to events of the day. Cartoonists accomplish this task not only by devising explicit messages about their subjects, but in the implicit expression of societal norms and values in the conceptual lenses and commonplaces they employ. This essay considers the conceptual lens of gender as it has been used by cartoonists in recent years to frame politicians, and the implications of that framing.