I had the privilege of sitting on an author-meets-critics panel for the the book Relational Inequalities: An Organizational Approach, by Donald Tomaskovic-Devey and Dustin Avent-Holt, at the Eastern Sociological Society meetings this weekend. The panel was organized by Steven Vallas, and included Adia Harvey Wingfield. Because two other panelists canceled, I had a lot of time…
What is the connection between job insecurity and family commitments?
The gender gap: so many ways for so many women to get paid less men.
Out of 21,440 article in three months, women wrote 34%. In Opinion, U.S., World, Business, and Sports, men wrote more than two-thirds of all articles. In headline words, it's Beauty, Children, Home, Women versus US, Deal, Business, and Iran.
Now with college teachers! What do doctors, lawyers, police, and librarians Google? I'll tell you. But first -- if you are going to take this too seriously, please stop now. Data and Method Using IPUMS to extract data from the 2010-2012 American Community Survey, I count the number of people ages 25-64, currently employed, in…
Women were 124 out of 421 authors on the front page over 26 samples in 32 days. Why?
36% female, with a segregation score of .42 across sections.
Apples to apples, light truck drivers earn 13% more than nursing assistants. Can you see why?
Maybe if all those nurses' aides hadn't majored in art history they'd be engineers by now.
This hard-working statistic is as often abused and attacked by antifeminists as it is misused and misunderstood by those sympathetic to feminism. But it is good for one thing: information.