Liudmila Voronova and Emil Edenborg

Liudmila Voronova, PhD, is a senior lecturer at the Department of Journalism, Södertörn University. Her research interests lie within the intersection of gender media studies, political communication research, and comparative studies of journalism cultures.
Emil Edenborg, PhD, is a research fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs. His research interests include questions of gender and sexuality, as well as nationalism, borders and geopolitics.

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Articles by Liudmila Voronova and Emil Edenborg

  1. Ksenia Sobchak and the visibility of female politicians in the Russian public sphere

    After announcing her presidential campaign in October 2017, Sobchak, perhaps unsurprisingly, was represented in mainstream Russian media as an “unruly woman”19 who was transgressing the existing patriarchal norms and rules, and she was explicitly reminded by male journalists and TV anchors of the “real” and “traditional” role a woman is supposed to play.

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