Gender is one of the most pervasive and taken-for-granted features of our lives. It figures strongly in the make-up of all societies. Yet it is easy to see that gender may also create problems - in terms of power, oppression, inequality, identity and self-doubt. This series aims to promote critical studies, by women and men, on men and masculinities. It brings together scholarship that deals in detail with the social and political construction of particular aspects of men and masculinities, including studies of their changing and broader historical and comparative studies. The contributions, by men and women from Britian and the United States, are organized around the themes of power and domination; sexuality; identity and perception.
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Book Description Unwin Hyman, 1990. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0044456581