|Postgraduate degree you are enrolled for
||PhD (Government and International Relations)
||Dr. Ariadne Vromen
|Full time or part time
|Profile of yourself
||Chloe has a combined Arts(Hons)/Law(Hons) degree from the University of Sydney where she was a student editor for the Sydney Law Review. After university she worked as a Journalist for ABC News, working in radio, tv and online news. Chloe has also previously worked as a lawyer – in a community legal service and in the Office of International Law at the Attorney-General’s Department in Canberra. She also has experience working in the Office of the Minister for Justice in Sydney.
Her honours thesis, Presidential Encores: International Entrepreneurship in Health Policy, argued that ex-Presidents Carter and Clinton, strengthened by their respective Foundations, function as unique policy entrepreneurs who are forging new paths for post-presidential activities. It looked specifically at their respective work on Guinea Worm Disease and HIV/AIDS.
Chloe rides competitively, skis and travels as much as she can, especially to the US.
|Thesis topic or Title
||New Media and Framing Women in Politics: A
Study of Hillary Rodham Clinton and Julia Gillard.
|Information about your thesis
||A comparative study of the framing of
Hillary Rodham Clinton and Julia Gillard to provide information on how
online media use gendered frames, but also to highlight any gender
transformation that is occuring, or could occur, in new media.