Masculinity and Power

Wiley, 8 de jan. de 1991 - 228 páginas
Political, domestic, and economic life is dominated by networks of powerful men. In Masculinity and Power Arthur Brittan analyses this state of affairs. He looks at the way in which biologists, psychologists and social scientists have attempted to explain masculinity and patriarchy in terms of simplistic models of human nature and social relationships.

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Arthur Brittan works in the Department of Sociology at the University of York. He is the author with Mary Maynard of Sexism, Racism and Oppression (1984).

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