In Manning Up, Manhattan Institute fellow and City Journal contributing editor Kay Hymowitz argues that the gains of the feminist revolution have had a dramatic, unanticipated effect on the current generation of young men. Traditional roles of family man and provider have been turned upside down as apre-adulta men, stuck between adolescence and areala adulthood, find themselves lost in a world where women make more money, are more educated, and are less likely to want to settle down and build a family. Their old scripts are gone, and young men find themselves adrift. Unlike women, they have no biological clock telling them itas time to grow up. Hymowitz argues that itas time for these young men to aman up.aA devastating recession and seismic changes in media and advertising delivery seem to have all but decimated the newspaper ... More than 100 newspapers have closed their doors, 10, 000 jobs have been lost, and even the largest- circulation papers are ... According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, by 2016, the number of positions for entry-level reporters and news ... Over the past decades, improvements in technology have given us more specialization, more demand, and a rapidanbsp;...
|Author||:||Kay S. Hymowitz|
|Publisher||:||Perseus Books Group - 2012-03-06|