New economic research suggests that the attitudes toward a woman when she is born have a lasting impact on how much she works, and earns, as an adult.But these worthless studies hardly show anything, except that some women value being a housewife and homemaker, and those women do more house work and less work-for-hire outside the home.
Tuesday, August 21, 2018
NY TImes promotes dubious sexism studies
The NY Times keeps publishing articles with supposedly scientific data on how sexism is harmful to women. Recent examples are A ‘Generationally Perpetuated’ Pattern: Daughters Do More Chores and How Sexism Follows Women From the Cradle to the Workplace: