As the academic recession grinds on, lots more work to be done in recession studies.
What is the gaydar study really measuring?
DOMA can’t survive rationality (Family Inequality)
12 minutes in segregationland
Tangled up in Disney’s dimorphism
Rolling Thunder. How many bikers did I see today, without seeing one couple with the woman driving the man?
And if you look specifically at the category the Times chose — occupations that are 70% female or more — the percentage of men in those occupations increased, but only from 5.0% to 6.1%. And nurses? In 2010, 0.4% of all full-time year-round working men were nurses, up from 0.3% in 2000. Women are still 11-times more likely to be nurses than men. Now that’s what you call a “gradual erosion of gender stereotypes. — http://familyinequality.wordpress.com/2012/05/25/male-nursing-explodes/
The gender pay gap within major occupations, 2011
The coming fertility rebound, forecast.