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Invisible Women

De : Caroline Criado-Perez
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    Brought to you by Penguin.

    The audiobook edition of Invisible Women, read by Caroline Criado Perez.

    Winner of the Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize 2019.

    Winner of the Readers' Choice Books Are My Bag Award 2019.

    Winner of the FT & McKinsey Business Book of the Year 2019 Book of the Year Award 2019.

    The Times Current Affairs Book of the Year 2019.

    Imagine a world where....

    • Your phone is too big for your hand.
    • Your doctor prescribes a drug that is wrong for your body.
    • In a car accident you are 47% more likely to be injured.

    If any of that sounds familiar, chances are you’re a woman.

    From government policy and medical research, to technology, workplaces and the media. Invisible Women reveals how in a world built for and by men we are systematically ignoring half of the population, often with disastrous consequences. Caroline Criado Perez brings together for the first time an impressive range of case studies, stories and new research from across the world that illustrate the hidden ways in which women are forgotten and the profound impact this has on us all.

    Discover the shocking gender bias that affects our everyday lives.

    ©2019 Caroline Criado Perez (P)2019 Penguin Audio

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    "Invisible Women takes on the neglected topic of what we don't know - and why. The result is a powerful, important and eye-opening analysis of the gender politics of knowledge and ignorance. With examples from technology to natural disasters, this is an original and timely reminder of why we need women in the leadership of the institutions that shape every aspect of our lives." (Cordelia Fine) 

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    • 23/03/2021

    Please read this book

    Absolutely amazing.
    Full of facts, I recommend this book for anyone interested to know how the world works the way it does.

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    • Danielle
    • 13/09/2019

    Shed your ignorance, whether you’re male or female

    If you are male or female and can’t wrap your mind around why women fight for more rights or attention, or why equal representation of the sexes is important to achieve and not just allow, this book will fill the gaps. The data, and the lack of data, that it points to leaves me overwhelmed at the lack of progress and systemic unconscious bias that has shaped my life and continues to shape all of our lives (yes even in progressive Sweden or Denmark). Read and shed your ignorance. Start to understand he role you can play in achieving equality, not just neutrality.

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    • Lior
    • 02/05/2019

    Invisible Trans People

    This is a really good comprehensive investigation of how a failure to account for gender based needs and requirements results in a bias towards cis men.
    This is exactly why the casual cissexism embedded in it is so unfortunate and harmful.
    Perez critics the continuous overlooking of women and women's needs, but is herself continuously overlooking trans and nonbinary people. She also keeps switching between sex and gender as interchangeable.
    The most problematic claim is that a lack of sex-segregated bathrooms in some places increases rape and sexual assault. This is clearly focusing on the wrong aspect of a problem, while creating new problems for people who don't fit the norm. It is extremely disappointing in the context of shedding light on how women are seen as a deviation of the cis male norm, who is seen as default.
    A critical book published in 2019 which deals with gender cannot ignore trans folks. It is simply not good enough to address cis people exclusively in such a comprehensive book.
    Hope there will be a better, more inclusive edition soon, as it is highly important this kind of information be accessible for all.

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    • 02/05/2019

    Bridging the gender data gap with too much data

    The idea of the book is great. Many of the examples are very interesting, and many even surprise you "huh that is true!". However, the exhausting listing of examples drowns the line of thought, or then there's just too little thought to begin with. Out of the 8725 examples covered in this book, I'd keep maybe 2500 of the most interesting ones and replace the leftover space with reflection.

    I started the book with high hopes to educate myself (and as a man with less personal experience) to realize the subtle ways the society still puts genders on different standing, but many chapters (especially the 45 minutes about toilets) left me wishing the reader would stop with anecdotes already and either offer some synthesis or move forward to another topic. I'm sure the point could've been driven home with fewer well chosen anecdotes.

    The author did excellent job collecting all these examples, but narrative took a hit under the sheer amount of them. I'd recommend listening to a sample to see if you think you can get through this, or split the listening over a longer time period.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 06/08/2019

    Great book!

    Great job! The book that opened my eyes! I recommend to all women and men. There is a lot of topics and facts.

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    • Jul
    • 06/07/2021

    A very important book

    Everyone needs to read this. Everyone. Especially men, spread the word!
    This raises so many issues i wasn’t even aware of and motivated me to learn more about the topic.

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    • Ingemar Strandvik
    • 24/05/2021

    A must-read for everyone!

    If everybody reads this book, the world will become a better place. Factual, to the point, convincing. A real eye-opener!

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    • Esther
    • 17/05/2021

    Amazing book. Shall be a must read

    Shall be a must read for both women and men

    Extremely good storytelling to picture the facts

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    • Athina
    • 01/03/2021

    Invisible woman are a must read for a man or a woman

    Invisible woman describe historical injustice made over woman with an logical way of thinking providing many examples from the size of phones to the running of economy. It’s definitely a must read for both men and women. Besides our times are changing which is a perfect opportunity to broaden your spectrum of the world and your position in it. Backed up by data we can change our world little by little as long as we understand our position in it and why it has been that way.

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    • Rolando Ruiz
    • 20/01/2021

    Eye opener

    50% of the population has been systematically neglected. If we want a better world, we need to make it better for women.
    I learned a lot with this broad display of statistics but much more by the deep insights of the author whom is capable of seeing beyond the absence of dissagregated data on women.

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    • Bianca
    • 12/12/2020

    Must-read!

    Everything we already suspected (and more!) explained by data. This books is amazing and is a must read for anyone trying to make sense of the world.

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    • Dorothee
    • 31/07/2020

    Important book on the gender data gap

    Amazing how in a data driven world there is still so little data on women.

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    • 23/07/2020

    Absolute Empfehlung, nicht nur für Frauen

    Perez veranschaulicht erschreckend logisch die mal mehr, mal weniger negativen Auswirkungen der Geschlechterdatenlücke für Frauen und der strukturellen Nichtberücksichtigung des weiblichen Geschlechts in so vielen (unerwarteten) gesellschaftlichen Bereichen.

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    • 15/12/2019

    Essential reading/listening!

    This book was long overdue and is a real eye-opener for any policy-maker, humanist, feminist, person!
    In meticulous detail, the author has researched a wide range of topics to illustrate the missing data when it comes to half the population.
    All statements and examples are underpinned by sound evidence from a widre range of sources across the globe.
    It s still easy to follow and her writing style is not dry at all as one might expect with such a topic.
    Absolutely recommendable!! It‘ll be on the shopping list for many birthdays to come for both women & men :)

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 26/06/2020

    eye opening

    New aspects, I as a feminist, have never thought of! A must-listen for everyone who wants to educate themselves on our society and half the population.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 06/05/2020

    Love it!

    This book is a must read to understand inequalities and the gender gap! Informative and critical - based in concrete research and going to the roots of data bias.

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    • Sylwia M.
    • 25/08/2019

    Real eye-opener.

    It changed my view on many things and enlightened me on even more. I have heard some of the postulates before (like that woman work at home should be recognized), but only now, hearing the clear argumentation and tons of supporting data and examples, I really thought about it.

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    • Ch. B.
    • 21/11/2022

    Crucial Topics - but too confrontational

    This book sheds a light on critical issues we all should be aware of. I will recommend it to other male managers like me
    It is unfortunate that the book mixes facts and critical issues, with biased view, stereotypes, personal experiences and emotionalized stories. At times it is really hard to listen to the book as some statements are just wrong. This highly confrontational writing style is just unnecessary and does not help the cause.

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    • Sowmya Guru
    • 01/10/2022

    This is the best book I've read in my lifetime!

    Though this book took sometime to finish. Undoubtedly the best book I've read in my life. This book is for everyone who wants to understand gender equality and equity and promote women's voices.

    Because asking for gender equity needs backing up of non sexist data and representation.

    I would recommend this book to read it whether you're a woman or not.

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    • Katherine
    • 26/06/2022

    The book all humanity should read

    Even when I call myself a feminist, there where too many things I was not aware of. Everyone should read this, specially men, men in power positions until enough women are there as well to help the data gap close.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 25/06/2022

    Ein Must-Read für alle Geschlechter!

    ...Insbesondere für Männer, die der Meinung sind, Gleichberechtigung und Gleichbehandlung sei bereits erreicht. Leider stimmt die Kritik, dass die Autorin nichts zu dem binären Geschlechtermodell sagt, von dem sie ausgeht. Gleichzeitig handelt das Buch wortwörtlich von dem Mangel an Wahrnehmung schon des weiblichen Geschlechts - dessen Existenz zumindest nie angezweifelt wurde (im Gegensatz zu weiteren Geschlechtsidentitäten).