Men and Gender Relations
Tertiary text in gender studies. Themes explored include men's sexuality, health, work, ageing and ethnicity. Each chapter concludes with discussion questions and further reading. Includes index. Author is Professor in Social Work at RMIT University, Melbourne, where he teaches courses on masculinity and society. His titles include 'Men and Sexual Politics' and 'Working With Men in the Human Services'.
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THEORETICAL AND POLITICAL PERSPECTIVES
Feminism and masculinity politics
MENS LIVES AND GENDER RELATIONS
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