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Recreating Men: Postmodern Masculinity Politics Paperback – Mar 25 2000


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'Unlike many books by men on men, and most books by men on postmodernity, this is very well informed about and grounded in feminist work, and insistently pro-feminist in its approach to politics and change. It also deserves to be read whether or not you thought you were interested in either men or postmodernity. It really is about time the vast majority of men in the social sciences noticed the implicit gendering of their work and their politics, and this is a good book to help start that process' - Jeff Hearn, University of Manchester, and author of The Violences of Men

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Bob Pease is in the School of Social Science and Planning, RMIT University

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One of the most central issues for women's prospects for equality is whether men can and will change. Read the first page
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