Men after feminism: what’s left to say?

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Segal, Lynne;
  • Publisher: The Men's Studies Press
  • Subject: psysoc

In a paper first delivered at the University of Barcelona (2006), Segal focuses on the future of men after the feminist movement. Among the many topics Segal broaches is that masculinity(ies) studies should not be viewed as usurping women's studies in the academy.
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