Money And Manliness Put Sleepy Guys To Work, Penn State University Study
1/10/2014 10:46:30 AM
A new book shows how culture and economics can combine to cause sleep deprivation among American workers, especially men. From early American philosophers, such as Benjamin Franklin, to today’s caffeine-fueled internet entrepreneurs, Americans, especially men, have learned to equate sleeping with laziness, often at the expense of their health and safety, says Alan Derickson, professor of labor and employment relations and history at Penn State.
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