- Economy of words. // People Management;04/02/98, Vol. 4 Issue 7, p21
Reports that women use twice the amount of words that men do in their daily conversations.
- The face of American volunteers. Associated Press // Christian Science Monitor;10/24/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 231, p14
Reports on a study which suggests that women in the United States are more likely to participate in civic and community activities than men.
- Who's Happy at Home? // Marriage Partnership;Spring99, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p14
Focuses on the results of a study conducted by researchers from the University of Illinois regarding the attitudes of men and women towards home. Difference in the feelings of both sexes in staying home; Reason behind the differences.
- The world according to he & she. Logan, Julie; Howard, Arthur // Glamour;Aug94, Vol. 92 Issue 8, p250
Presents a male and female's perspectives on how to judge the personality of a man and woman by the cars and shoes they own.
- Let's have women study men. Fox, Thomas C. // National Catholic Reporter;2/20/2009, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p2
The article presents the author's views on various studies conducted by men on women. In this context, he presents his views on various failed efforts by the U.S. bishops in 1980s and 1990s to write a pastoral on women. He also recommends that for a change next time around women should conduct a...
- Men, women use time differently. Marcus, Morton // Indianapolis Business Journal;7/20/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 20, p11
In this article, the author reflects on the difference on how men and women utilizes their time in Indianapolis, Indiana. The author mentions that approximately 86% of women and only 64% of men spend time in household activities. He adds that men are four times as likely as women to get...
- THE DOLLY DEBATE. // Dolly;Feb2006, Issue 424, p128
The article presents a debate between a teenage boy and girl about Valentine's Day celebration. It compares the attitude of men and women toward Valentine's Day. It describes how women view Valentine's Day and how they want to celebrate it. The article also characterizes an ideal date from a...
- Untitled. // America;11/1/1913, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p92
The article comments on the response of the editor of the "Ladies' Home Journal" to the zoological dances. The editor asserts that women are to be blamed for the popularity of the dances. Also argued in the journal is that men have no desire to perform such vulgar dances by themselves. It...
- TOLD ANY GOOD LIES LATELY? Brien, Alan // Saturday Evening Post;10/19/1968, Vol. 241 Issue 21, p85
Discusses the lying abilities of men and women. Comparison of the lying abilities of men over women; Alibi available to the unemployed wife; Purpose of lying between men and women.