The Menstuff® library lists pertinent books on Statistics.
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- Brecher, Deborah & Jill Lippitt, Women's
Information Exchange National Directory, Avon, 1994
- Heymann, Tom, Unofficial U.S. Census: What the
U.S. census doesn't tell you, Fawcett Columbine, 1991
- Poretz, Mel, Do You Do It with the Lights
on? American's reveal their most intimate habits,
Fawcett Columbine, 1991
Seager, Joni, The State of Women in the
World Atlas: Women's status around the globe: Work,
health, education and personal freedom, Joni Seager. This book
captures the shape of women's lives across continents and
cultures. A decade after the first edition of this atlas, the
author explores the shifts that have occurred and portrays the
current status of women in relation to such key issues as
equality, motherhood, feminisms, beauty culture, women at work,
women in the global economy, changing households, domestic
violence, time budgets, girl children, esbian rights, and women in
government. Maps, text and other graphics show clearly the gains
that women are making - and the many inequalities that persist.
Above all, the atlas claims to once again demonstrates that the
better the state of women, the better the state of the world.
- Weiss, Daniel Evan, 100% American, Poseidon, 1988
- Weiss, Daniel Evan, Great Divide: How females
& males really differ, Poseidon, 1991
100% of Americans are, if nothing else, Americans.
Americans eat over 7 billion quarts of popcorn a year. 10% of it is
eaten at movie theaters.
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