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Manning Up: How the Rise of Women Has Turned Men into Boys

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  • Posted March 11, 2011

    Well researched gender-role trends and reasons, but missing real men profiles.

    The emerging knowledge worker world favors skills better suited to women than men; women are excelling, and men are getting away with arrested development; very well researched with superb foot/end notes. Excellent editing and easy to read (on my Nook).

    I held back one start because the author didn't seem to know or spend much time on successful men who are not experiencing delayed adulthood. They are working their asses off at entrepreneurial focus and speed, and don't have time for relationships. They are following the old wisdom of "building their vineyard and home before acquiring a wife." These men want families and build communities and will always be the most sought after by wise women.

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  • Posted February 25, 2011

    Why does the Kindle version cost 12.88 and the Nook version 14.29

    the hardcover version of this book costs the same online from Amazon or Barnes and Noble. THe electronic version is 12.88 at Amazon and 14.29 at Barnes and Noble.
    At Barnes and Noble you save 2 cents getting the electronic version, which has no cost of paper, stock, shipping, etc.
    At Amazon you save 1.41 below the book cost, which isn't near enough, but at least you save more than .2 cents. I don't work for Amazon, I have a nook color, but it offends me when an e version of a book is 2 cents less than the regular book cost.

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