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Gender stall: Who wants a female boss edition

Who knew? the 20-year stall in attitudes toward female managers matches the 20-year stall in progress toward women in management. Continue reading

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Gender and family time: change and stall visualized

The old news is change. The new news is not change. Continue reading

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In education, gender integration and stall

Women have entered formerly-male occupations and educational specialties much more than men entered women’s. Continue reading

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Post-summer reading list: The Family, gender, race, economics, gayborhoods, insecurity and overwhelmed

A few things I read, almost read, or thought about reading, on vacation. Continue reading

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Op-Ed plus: Gender composition of college majors

The figure from the cutting room floor. Continue reading

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Gender equality: Family egalitarianism follows workplace opportunity

Unsticking progress toward gender equality in the labor market – extending the legacy of the Equal Pay Act – will help move families forward toward more. Continue reading

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More Women Are Doctors and Lawyers Than Ever—but Progress Is Stalling

Originally posted on The Atlantic. In the Wall Street Journal last week, Josh Mitchell reported that “Women account for a third of the nation’s lawyers and doctors, a major shift from a generation ago.” The report was triggered by anew analysis of occupations from the … Continue reading

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Nice graphic, bad info in gender inequality infographic

When shrinking gaps grow, and other distortions. Continue reading

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Grad Seminar: Gender, Work, and Family Syllabus

Here is the reading list for my new seminar, Gender, Work and Family. It’s a required course for grad students at U. Maryland who plan to take the comprehensive exam in GWF. The full syllabus, with assignments, etc., is here. … Continue reading

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Gender integration’s lost decade

In the last decade, there just was a smidgen of change — just enough so that, if it continues at that pace, we will have complete gender integration… by the middle of the 26th century. Continue reading

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