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Mon, Jan 22, 2018, noon: Narayan Sastry

Elizabeth A. Armstrong

Armstrong on why women sometimes tolerate sexism in private that otherwise may seem socially unacceptable

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"What It’s Like to Be a 13-Year-Old on Social Media Today" - Huffington Post. 03/22/2016.

In this piece on girls who absorb, reflect, or even engage in the sexism they experience in their social media dealings, the author quotes Elizabeth Armstrong, who says: “We need to puzzle out why women have made more strides in the public arena than in the private arena.”

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Elizabeth A. Armstrong

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