The Separation of Work and Home

Apr 10, 2012

"Mad Men" certainly portrays the familiar notion of resistance to women in positions of power in the workplace, something that still rings true in many companies today. But a recent paper published on the “Social Science Research Network” explores a surprising twist in the glass ceiling story, that men in so-called “traditional” marriages with stay-at-home wives are more likely to prefer a mostly-male work environment.

Here to expand on that is Joanna Weiss, a columnist for the Boston Globe and the author of the novel "Milkshake," about the politics of motherhood.

 New Study Links Traditional Marriage to War on Women, from the Huffington Post