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Having it All?
Women on the Verge Why We Are Where We Are And Where We Go From Here
The End of Men & Rise of Women?
Women in the Workforce
Growing Number of “Breadwomen” and Co-Earners
The College Gender Gap
Women Earn Less
Who Gets Tenure?
Women in Sr. Management
Media Gender Gap
The Glass Ceiling
Blame the Woman
She has a Baby
Push: The Ideal Worker
“Good” work measured in hours, face time, not performance
Pull: Ideal Mother
GSS: School Preschool Moms Work? Men
GSS: Should Preschool Moms Work? Women
Implicit Association Tests
Mothers in the Workforce
Women: 2x Housework 2x Childcare
Working Mothers Spend as much time with kids as At-Home Moms of 1970s
Paid Parental Leave
The Harried Life of the Working Mother
The Maternal Wall Women’s Pay per $1 Male Dollar Mother’s Pay for $1 Father Dollar Childless Woman’s Pay for $1 Childless Man’s Dollar 79 cents60 cents94 cents
Motherhood Penalty 5 % per Child
Caregiving Men seen as “Wimps”
“Project Dad” in Sweden
Child care would “Sovietize” the American Family
The Mommy Wars
Parenting is Most Important
Career Most Important
The New Ideal Worker
The New Dad
Good Enough Moms
Change is Hard Do it Anyway
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