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Twitter feeds to keep in mind

If you’d like to follow me on Twitter, I’m @mdberg_bu. I typically have a mixture of personal tweets about things I care about, such as incarceration, women’s and social issues, childbirth and journalism, in addition to some articles I’ve written. 423 more words


Women place greater importance on steady employment when seeking a spouse

Almost twice as many women as men consider it “very important” that their future spouse have a “steady job”.

… Never-married women place a great deal of importance on finding someone who has a steady job—fully 78% say this would be very important to them in choosing a spouse or partner.

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Exploring gender and the media: why we need equality

*This post is an assignment for my “Journalism in a free society” course to discuss gender and the media in 2014. Keep in mind this is a surface exploration of news media’s current practices regarding gender roles and representation in the media. 701 more words


Study: Number Of Americans Who Never Married At Record High

WASHINGTON (CBS DC) – More evidence of the changing picture of the American family: the share of adults in the country who have never tied the knot is at a historic high. 249 more words


What Do Women Want In A Life Long Mate? Survey Says A Steady Job

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — So what do women want more than anything in a life long mate?

The answer — for him to have a steady job.  121 more words


Pew Research Center: Number Of Americans Who've Never Been Married Hits Record High

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – If you’re single and have never been married, you’re not alone.

A new report by the Pew Research Center finds the number of American adults who have never walked down the aisle has risen significantly in the past 50 years. 163 more words


Republicans and Democrats unhappy with their party on immigration

Republicans are not happy with the way their party has dealt with immigration, but a new survey shows the same holds true for Democrats and their party. 421 more words