It is not only animals that rely on physical cues to gauge the fertility of potential rivals for a mate, an unusual study asserted on Wednesday.
In a nationwide study, University of Arizona sociologists Christina Diaz and Jeremy E. Fiel found that the negative effect of young motherhood on educational attainment and earnings is not limited to those from disadvantaged ...
Young women who've engaged in physical fighting with other young women, particularly if they have uploaded the fight to social media, are sought by a PhD researcher for a study on the rising rates of violence by young women.
Aspirational professional women would benefit from a better understanding of how to build, maintain and use their social capital to succeed in reaching the top.
In the heat of competition, women value winning more than men.
Despite decades of efforts to banish the idea of "jobs for men"—construction worker, firefighter, mechanic—and "jobs for women"—teacher, flight attendant, registered nurse—almost 69 percent of workers are in occupations ...
Women may now outnumber men in the ranks of university students but men still outnumber women in leadership roles in nearly all areas of professional workplaces.
New findings from a City University London study show that a campaign to increase the number of female experts used in news programmes has been successful.
November 25 marks the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. In a world where one in three women will experience physical, emotional or sexual violence at least once in her lifetime, ...
Flexible working practices have infiltrated the ranks of the Australian Defence Force, debunking the myth it is a rigid and regimented employer, according to QUT research.