To check out a conversation between me, Hanna Rosin and some other soon-to-be-announced fantastic participants discussing Rosin's new book, The End of Men: And the Rise of Women.
Is it really ‘The End of Men,’ as Hanna Rosin’s new book argues? Or is it just the end of a certain kind of men, asks Jessica Bennett.
My friend Hanna Rosin's new book, "The End of Men" (you can conveniently buy it here) is…
A reader writes: If, as Hanna Rosin says, the wage gap gets huge after 4-5 years after the first child is born, can't an explanation be that that's when the women see that their kids are growing and won't stop,...
Another Day, Another Fear Mongering Article About Women Taking Over In Slate This time it’s “Breadwinner Wives.” According to author Hanna Rosin “About 40 percent of wives in the United States now out-earn their husbands, and researcher Liza Mundy predicts they will be the majority in a generation.” I’m interested in where … Continue reading ? Feminist Law Professors
Hanna Rosin is the co-founder of Slate's Double X blog and is also a senior editor at The Atlantic. In her new book The End of Men and the Rise of Women, she makes the case that women have benefited from the recession, that they've been more flexible than men. Show More Summary
This week, we're exploring Feminism Right Now, as it exists for us, twenty- and thirty-something women, through the lens of our weddings, marriages, and family life. (In case you missed your cue: get excited.) I can't wait to have these discussions with all of you this week, and to explore what feminism means to me, just after my third [...]
The End of Men: And the Rise of Women By Hanna Rosin RIVERHEAD BOOKS In her 2010 cover story for The Atlantic, journalist Hanna Rosin dropped a bomb: Women, she declared, are taking over. Rather than focus on disparities in child care,...Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - For all the bluster of her book's title, "The End of Men: And the Rise of Women," Hanna Rosin is surprisingly ambivalent about whether men are, in fact, doomed.
The recession affected men's careers the most, and the workplace will never be the same. But men will never fully recover because the bad economy simply expedited something that had been happening for years, according to Hanna Rosin's...Show More Summary
Hanna Rosin digs deeper in an effort to show the ascendancy of women, expanding on her 2012 article in 'The Atlantic.'
Since the beginning of time, men have ruled the world. But now women are speeding past men in schools, at home and in the workplace, according to Hanna Rosin's new book The End of Men: And the Rise of Women. In the past, "men had an advantage because of their size and strength," Rosin told us in an interview. Show More Summary
Hanna Rosin has a new book out, The End Of Men. Previous videos of Hanna here, here, here, here, here, here and here. "Ask Anything" archive here.
In her Atlantic piece she discussed in Monday's "Ask Anything" video, Hanna Rosin stands up for the sexual choices of Millennials: When they do hook up, the weepy-woman stereotype doesn’t hold. Equal numbers of men and women—about half—report to England...
Hanna Rosin has a new book out, The End Of Men. Chloe Angyal complicates Rosin's thesis: Statistically speaking, when it comes to work and money at least, women are doing better than ever before, and it looks as though that...
Hanna Rosin tries to shock the conscience of the trendy nation (yawn) by claiming in The Atlantic that women are the driving force creating a hook-up culture on college campuses. Many women may like the hook up culture and Rosin may have interviewed them all. I don’t think she considered this study, for example, which found: Keep reading this post...
Hanna Rosin has a new book out, The End Of Men. Previous videos of Hanna here, here, here, here and here. "Ask Anything" archive here.
Hanna Rosin has a new book out, The End Of Men. Previous videos of Hanna here, here and here. "Ask Anything" archive here.
The author of this week's cover article discusses small-town women who find some empowerment as breadwinners and men who view the loss of manufacturing jobs as "a phantom limb."
Hanna Rosin has a new book out, The End Of Men. The NYT Magazine this Sunday has an adapted excerpt: While millions of manufacturing jobs have been lost over the last decade, jobs in health, education and services have been...