La paradoja sexual
Esto se dice del libro en la página web de Susan Pinker:
The Sexual Paradox: Men, Women and the Real Gender Gap takes a hard look at how fundamental sex differences play out in the workplace. By comparing fragile boys who later succeed, with high achieving women who opt out, Susan Pinker turns several assumptions upside down: that the sexes are biologically equivalent, that smarts are all it takes to succeed and that men and women have identical interests and goals. After decades of women's educational coups and rising through the ranks, men still outnumber women in business, physical science, law, engineering and politics. In explaining this ratio, Pinker’s controversial stance is that discrimination plays just a bit part. If the majority of children with school and behavioral problems are boys, then why do so many overcome early obstacles, while rafts of high achieving women choose jobs that pay less or opt out at pivotal moments in their careers?Aquí hay una crítica, y aquí otra. Aquí puede leerse gratis la introducción.
Yo, desde luego, me lo compro ya, que el dólar está tirado, y sin esperar a que lo traduzcan al castellano--que, además, lo editarán, supongo que pronto, en Paidós, y flojea un poco con sus traducciones.