Monthly Archives: August 2013

Debunking the debunking of gender bias in maritime disaster survival rates

Some clever folks have attempted to debunk the case for gynosympathy made by analyses of gendered survival rates from the Titanic sinking (like the one we did here). Specifically, Mikael Elinder and Oscar Erixson published a study titled “Gender, social norms, and survival in maritime disasters” in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences […]

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