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Career Patterns of Female Politicians in the Developing Countries: B. Bhutto and M. Bachelet Сases
The work is a detailed case study - consideration of two cases of ascension to the presidential / premier post of women in countries that do not have this because of historical and cultural characteristics. An attempt was made to compile a theoretical model of the prerequisites for a woman to choose a political career, and then a successive comparison of two cases with the model was made. As a result, it was found that both cases correspond to a theoretical framework, and the context that does not have political leadership was transformed into, on the contrary, favorable by building relevant discourse policies.