Learning to be a Man: Culture, Socialization and Gender Identity in Five Caribbean Communities

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University of the West Indies Press, 2001 - Social Science - 240 pages
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This is a study of the processes by which male children are socialized in the Caribbean, against the backdrop of growing concern among educators, social workers and the general public that Caribbean males are becoming increasingly marginalized. It is based on qualitative research.

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Contents

Socialization of the Genders
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Grannitree
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Overflow
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Chevannes is a leading scholar of African-Caribbean religions and lectures in anthropology at the University of the West Indies.

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