Book Reviews of The Great Divide: How Females & Males Really Differ

The Great Divide: How Females & Males Really Differ
The Great Divide How Females Males Really Differ
Author: Daniel Evan Weiss, Steven Guarnaccia (Illustrator)
ISBN-13: 9780671709822
ISBN-10: 0671709828
Publication Date: 1991
Pages: 254
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Publisher: Poseidon Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Thousands of enlightening facts about how males and females act, dress, work, play, shop, learn, eat, love and die. Culled from over 200 sources, the most comprehensive profile ever compiled of the differences between men and women, what they think of just about everything in the world, and how the world treats them.
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A great light hearted look as the differences between men and women, in ways you never thought about! Lots of great conversation fillers in this book.
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This book is a conglomeration of statistical information about men and women, their preferences, their bodies, and their lives. The book is organized into topics, including: marriage, divorce, and home life; crime and drugs; romance and sex; work and money; school; social and political issues; knowledge and beliefs; TV, movies, and books; sports and leisure; bodies and beauty; food; health and death; and miscellaneous factoids. Each piece of statistical information is presented with a pair of numbers, one for each gender, facilitating immediate comparison between the results for women and men. The source for each piece of information is also noted by number, with the corresponding reference listed in full at the end of the book. There is no topical index. Cases where there are striking or unexpected differences between women and men are pointed out in bold type. Groups of related facts that tell interesting stories when taken as a whole are highlighted in boxes with gray backgrounds.