Victoria, Australia (PRWEB) November 09, 2012
In line with the article written by Akachi Ezeigbo on Sun News about how feminism is about women empowerment, not aggression, author Geoff Mohr shares an eye-opening book titled The War of the Sexes. An insightful look into the realities of today’s social trends, this work delves deep into both the positive and negative aspects of the rise of feminism movements, as well as its implications on society’s future generations to come.
Seeking to restore a little balance to reader’s understanding of male and female dominance, this compelling literary masterpiece offers a myriad of knowledge and enlightening wisdom. Informative and fueled with factual input, The War of the Sexes takes one to the analysis of how men and women are physically, chemically, and sociologically different. From the inborn biological traits, to the acquired qualities based on how young boys and girls are raised, nurtured and treated, this book illustrates a clear vantage point for readers to understand fully the causes and consequences of gender extremes. The book has some useful technical content, for example the Contact Hypothesis.
A comprehensive work that tackles issues such as exploitation of women in the consumer society, women taking over the workforce at the expense of men, as well as how marital divorce rates that have spiked in the West, this book offers broad-ranging topics that will indeed deepen the public’s understanding of what truly goes on and how people can remedy the harsh side effects of a more empowered set of women in today’s modern world.
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About the Author
Geoff Mohr is an international multi awarded person in the field of science and leadership. Most of his early schooling was at Melbourne Grammar School and he matriculated with first class honours in all subjects. He then studied Civil Engineering at Melbourne University, obtaining a BE with first class honours, and then a Masters degree. He did his PhD at Cambridge University. He has worked mainly as a consulting engineer for the building industry, as an academic in Engineering and Engineering Science departments in Australia and New Zealand, and as a freelance writer and researcher. He has taught engineering, mathematics, and management at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Mohr has published six books.
The War of the Sexes * by G. A. Mohr, PhD
Women Are Getting On Top
Publication Date: October 25, 2012
Trade Paperback; AU$ 29.99; 213 pages; 978-1-4797-3599-0
Trade Hardback; AU$ 49.99; 213 pages; 978-1-4797-3600-3
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