The Male Advantage

October 2012
Men's Health;Oct2012, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p168
The article offers information on the men's psychology and it is different from women. It states that modern society has demonstrated that women can learn to be almost as shallow and competitive as men are. But they work fewer hours, 30 percent fewer than men on average. It mentions that psychologists argue that men need to continue moving away from narrow old notions of masculinity because those notions no longer work in a more egalitarian world.


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