From masculinities back to men: tracing diverse psychological, social and political threads

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Hearn, Jeff (2006)
  • Publisher: The British Psychological Society
  • Subject: BF | HT

Introduction: The problem STUDYING MEN, AND INDEED THE\ud development of policy on men, appear\ud to have become more popular in\ud recent years. Yet studying men is not\ud anything special; it is not new; and it is not\ud necessarily, in itself, linked to any radical\ud project of social or societal change and transformation.\ud Academia, libraries, disciplines\ud and canons are full of books by men, on\ud men, for men!
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