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Show # 128 – 01/13/14


Welcome to Kari Moran’s BookRadio Show!


Each week, you’ll hear about three new and notable


Non-Fiction, Literary Fiction and Self-Help Books


So, speakers on! For an engaging and informative hour of conversations with Kari's Guest Authors



●Caryl Rivers & Rosalind C. Barnett, PhD


●Chang-Rae Lee

●Scott Stossel




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Chapter 1: Non-Fiction


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How the Myth of Female Ascendance is Hurting Men, Women—and Our Economy


Caryl Rivers


Rosalind C. Barnett, PhD


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Despite dramatic gains in higher education and employment, women's progress is stuck and may even be shifting in reverse. So says Psychologist and Researcher Rosalind Barnett whose latest book with colleague, Caryl Rivers, contends that even though women "shattered the glass ceiling" in the late 80's and 90's, subtle forms of bias and deeply rooted discrimination continue to slow down their progress into higher paying positions of power. Consider that, over a lifetime of work, a woman with a B.A. will earn about $700,000 less than her male counterpart! It’s a pattern in nearly all career fields...and can only be changed by creating greater awareness and accountability. The return on investment for men, women and the nation's economy will be worth it.





Chapter 2: Literary Fiction


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A Novel


Chang-Rae Lee

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In the dystopian America of the 22nd Century, the Federation of United States is gone. China is gone, too, a victim of environmental catastrophes that have impacted the globe and spawned the mysterious "C" infection. The country is a 3-tier society. The Charters are corporate elites living in walled villages. The Settlements are repurposed urban areas where workers strive to supply the wealthy with the finest foods, goods and services. Then, there are the Open Counties, ungoverned regions where the unlucky and the lawless survive. This is the world of Fan, an almost mystically gifted fish tank diver. When her boyfriend disappears, Fan shocks her community by going on a dangerous quest to find him.





Chapter 3: “All About e”

“All About e” will return next week!


Chapter 4: Self-Help


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Fear, Hope and the Search for Peace of Mind


Scott Stossel

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Throughout history, humans have suffered from Anxiety Disorder. Science shows animals suffer from it, too. Anxiety hampered the explorations of Charles Darwin, plagued Sigmund Freud and held Emily Dickenson hostage in her home for years. Author Scott Stossel knows what anxiety can do....he's grappled with it most of his life and says it's a genetic predisposition in his family that spans four generations. In his intimate and authoritative review of the condition that touches millions of lives around the world, Stossel presents the reader with insights into the biological, cultural and environmental factors that produce anxiety and what's being done to understand and treat it.





Chapter 5: The Reader’s Round-up

Kari checks in with Indie Bookstores to ask about this week's most popular books! 



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