Articles by Angie K. González

June 12, 2023

Women politicians in Colombia succeed on Twitter – depending on their ideology

Angie K. González
Angie K. González and Carme Ferré-Pavia argue that social media platforms are potential equalisers allowing women politicians to circumvent traditional media biases. In Colombia, female and male politicians use Twitter in similar ways to receive similar benefits. The key variable in inequality is ideology
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Angie K. González
PhD Candidate, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona / Research Professor, Externado de Colombia University

Angie's main interests include political-electoral processes, political communication, female political leadership, social networks, and transmedia communication strategies.

Since 2013, she has been a consultant since in institutional communication / government, public affairs, crisis communication, political marketing, and leadership with a gender perspective for organisations such as USAID, IRI, FES, NDI and TransparencyInternational.

Her work focuses on strengthening the communication skills and strategies of female political leaders.

She tweets @Angiek_gg

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