Shifting Roles During the Economic Downturn
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Charlie Gibson of Good Morning America interviews Dr Joshua Coleman on Men, Housework, and Parenting
Dr. Coleman was invited to speak to the faculty and students on Dual-Career Couples at Harvard
Hear Dr. Coleman’s interview with host Marianne Combs on Men Are Stepping Up at Home. He was joined by U. of Oregon sociologist, Scott Coltrane in the first half hour, author of the excellent book, FAMILY MAN: Fatherhood, Housework, and Gender Equity and noted Stanford sociologist Paula England.
Image via Wikipedia Well, if you live in Russia and speak Russian, I’ll be interviewed this Monday, April 5 at 11:30 AM, PST on Radio Free Europe on the topic of the changes that American women have made from the 1960s to the present. The show is broadcast from Prague into Russia. Fortunately for me, […]
1) Never go out on dates. 2) When you do go out on dates, talk about all of the problems that exist in your partner or your relationship. 3) Criticize your partner’s body. Men, you’ll find this especially effective if you’d like a bad sex life with your wife or girlfriend. 4) Bring up a […]
On Feb 10th, I was on Fem2.0 Blog Radio with host Ellen Galinsky and guest Lisa Belkin. Ellen Galinsky is President and Co-Founder of the Families and Work Institute and author of the forthcoming book, MINDS IN THE MAKING: The Seven Essential Skills Every Child Must Learn (HarperStudio). Lisa Belkin is a New York Times […]
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NPR Talk of the Nation: How women’s increased economic and educational power are changing marriage.
Joshua Coleman, AOL Kids and Family Coach, explains how small changes in the way you divide household chores can help improve relations with your partner.
Co-hosts Lisa Rinna and Ty Treadway interview Dr Joshua Coleman on his book “The Lazy Husband”