STANFORD UNIVERSITY —The average number of hours worked away from home per week in dual-earner households peaked at 115 in 1999 and has not declined significantly since then. Sociologist Cameron Macdonald, during a recent talk at Stanford University’s Clayman Institute for Gender Research, addressed the complex ways in which gender, race, and class coalesce around [...]
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STANFORD UNIVERSITY — On the surface, the financial gender gap appears to be closing. Women now earn 78 cents for every dollar men earn, and women under 25 working full-time earn 95% of what their male peers earn. Women make up 47% of the labor force. Despite these encouraging developments, sociologist Mariko Chang uncovered a [...]