Bring Me Men: Military Masculinity and the Benign Facade of American Empire, 1898-2001

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Hurst & Company, 2012 - Gender identity - 244 pages
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'Bring Me Men' argues that American warriors must enter into a close relationship with the 'unmasculine' to define themselves. The case studies cover male-on-male rape at the US Naval Academy, as well as historical and contemporary attitudes towards cleanliness and filth.

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Aaron Belkin is associate professor of political science at San Francisco State University and director of the Palm Center at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has been a MacArthur Foundation postdoctoral fellow at the University of California, Berkeley, and a predoctoral fellow at Stanford University. He has published more than twenty-five books, chapters, and peer-reviewed journal articles. His most recent book is "How We Won: Progressive Lessons from the Repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell.

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