For Women Only - Shaunti FeldhahnOr at least admit to it. We found gender has a huge role in who reads, writes and rates literature. To analyze the genre, Quartz turned to data from Goodreads, the site where readers go to search and buy books, share reviews and connect to others with similar tastes. Quartz looked at the most-read books on Goodreads tagged with self-help and of those, were able to identify the gender of 88 authors. We then took the top most popular reviews, and identified the gender of the reviewers by extracting info from profile pages, or by assigning gender using first names.
The Book of Jubilees Entire Book (Little Genesis, Book of Division)
Little Books of Justice and Peacebuilding
Link Copied. Books by women are read mostly by women and get higher ratings from women. Past Issues? As the chairwoman of the Commission on Immigration Reform, you are a staunch defender of birthright citizenship.Inside Edition. And men should read more of those. Gray further asserts men and women view giving and receiving love differently, how individual actions intended as loving expressions are "tallied up. Community Reviews.
David Campt has taught at the Summer Peacebuilding Institute. Random House Publishing Group! She lives and teaches in New York. This clearly articulated statement offers a hopeful and workable approach to conflict-that eternally beleaguering human situation.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Self-help books tagged with biography, and autobiography have more female readers. The Edgar Hhe story is There are 27 books by men of which women make up a majority of the readers.
She lives and teaches in New York. Stefano added it May 03, Allan Pease is an Australian author and motivational speaker. David Campt has taught at the Summer Peacebuilding Institute.
CULTURAL CRITICS AND FEMINIST SAINTS:
These words above are the opening lines of the work of Sir Geoffrey de La Tour-Landry, a country nobleman who lived in the 14th century in Anjou. Having fought many a battle during the Hundred Years War, Sir Geoffrey was a man of arms, but he was also a family man. The sight of the carefree girls suddenly brought Sir Geoffrey back to the bygone days. He membered the good old days when he was a young soldier, and how the soldiers who rode with him used to boast about their conquests — not of lands and wealth but of ladies and maidens. Reflecting how those shameless young men deceived the ladies and how the ladies lost their honour undeservedly, Sir Geoffrey became painfully aware that similar things might also happen to his girls, once they entered the society. To brace them against potential temptations, Sir Geoffrey decided to pen down a few words of wisdom for the lovely Jeanne, Anne, and Marie.