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All the contributors offer scholarly treatments of the issues raised by this emerging field. Ideally suited for gender studies courses either as a text or text supplement, this distinctive volume can also be used in family studies, psychology, social psychology, and sociology courses. Changing Men "contains some very good things which make the book worth having.
Two excellent papers use life history interviews: to trace the tensions in the life-course of American male athletes, especially how they handle the end of a sporting career Messner ; and to map the various strategies by which married American women handle their relations with their husbands Gerson. A well-observed workplace ethnography looks at sexual joking in American male-dominated settings like restaurant kitchens, and the dilemmas it poses for women workers Fine An intelligent piece of social psychology, informed both by Freud and a sense of historical context, looks at the role of homophobia in the construction of American heterosexual masculinity Herek.
A fine piece of history--and the one article in the book not centred on the US--looks at the interplay of sexual politics and imperialist ideology in colonial Benga Sinha Finally there is a superb essay by Lyman discussing an episode of collective sexual harassment in an American university, fascinating in particular for its account of the way 'normal' gender relations were negotiated back into place after being disrupted. This lucid book certainly establishes the potential of men's studies.
It is also likely that some of the chapters will deservedly find their way onto reading lists in related academic areas. They seek to examine the effect of traditional values of particular groups of men, or highlight changes in mens roles and perceptions of themselves. Michael S Kimmel.
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