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by Edith Gilson

  • ISBN: 068804719X
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: Edith Gilson
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: W. Morrow; 1st edition (1987)
  • Pages: 238 pages
  • FB2 size: 1925 kb
  • EPUB size: 1235 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
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Surveys the attitudes of women executives toward work, family, and themselves and concludes that a woman can have both a career and a family. ISBN13:9780688047191. Release Date:February 1987.

She is a co-author of "Unnecessary Choices: The Hidden Life of the Executive Woman" (Morrow, 1987). She is a daughter of Edwin and Nanette Kane of Reston, Va.

Walter Lawton, the leader of the Ethical Culture Society of Queens, officiated at the Lotos Club in New York. Ms. Kane, 39, is keeping her name. She is a co-author of "Unnecessary Choices: The Hidden Life of the Executive Woman" (Morrow, 1987). Her father, now retired, was a radio news announcer for The Associated Press in Washington.

The executive woman's lot is not a happy one; according to Gilson, she has primarily herself to blame. This book is based on a long questionnaire to which 250 women at the vice-presidential level or higher responded, plus in-depth interviews of 25 top female executives. Its findings supplement and, occasionally, contradict similar works such as The Managerial Woman and Sweet Success. To a woman, the executives are workaholics, most of whom have less time than they want for families and social activities, and practically no time for hobbies and other interests

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And it’s not because successful executive women don’t want kids; most yearn for . At the end of the day, women simply want the choices in love and work that men take for granted.

And it’s not because successful executive women don’t want kids; most yearn for them. But the brutal demands of ambitious careers, the asymmetries of male-female relationships, and late-in-life child-bearing difficulties conspire against them. Too many career women put their private lives on the back burner, assuming that children will eventually happen for them courtesy of high-tech reproduction-only to discover disappointment and failure. Instead, they operate in a society where motherhood carries enormous economic penalties.

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Surveys the attitudes of women executives toward work, family, and themselves and concludes that a woman can have both a career and a family

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