publication . Thesis . 2003

Black men's experiences regarding women's and children's rights : a social work perspective / S.E. Mogosetsi

Mogosetsi, Seipati Elizabeth;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2003
  • Publisher: North-West University
  • Country: South Africa
The promotion of women's and children's rights excluded men from the process. The implementation of these rights called for a shift in domestic power relations. Men, especially certain black men, were plunged in predicament as some felt that the changes undermined their cultural and traditional masculine identities and that women and children abused their rights. In many cases the relationships between men, women and children came under pressure. This research is conducted among black men. The aim is to explore and describe black men's experience of their relationship with women and children in the context of women's and children's rights. An empirical study usi...
free text keywords: Experience, Black men, African men, Women, Children, Rights
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