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  • Paperback: 260 pages
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press (July 15 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0195382544
  • ISBN-13: 978-0195382549
  • Product Dimensions: 23.6 x 1.8 x 15.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 399 g
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"A stunningly original approach to gender justice. With sober science and clear, vivid narrative, Daniels challenges our biological and political ideals of masculinity. A brilliant scientific expose in the service of humane politics, with a powerful message: Only through recognition of male
vulnerability can gender justice be achieved."-- Deborah Stone, Research Professor of Government, Dartmouth College
"Announce a feminist book on reproductive health hazards, and it's a safe bet readers will expect an angry expose of threats to women's bodies and lives. If so, prepare to lose your wager while you gain wisdom and wonder. Stellar feminist theorist Cynthia Daniels forges boldly into the virgin and
veiled political terrain of environmental and social hazards to men's reproductive health. A brilliant analysis of how the politics of masculinity thwart research, awareness and policy concerning increasing threats to male fertility, potency, and progeny."--Judith Stacey, Professor of Sociology, New
York University
"Exposing Men presents a gripping account of how men's reproductive systems are just as harmed by environmental and industrial factors as are women's, ranging from low sperm counts to birth defects to sexual health. Arguing that men's position of social privilege often obscures the dangers to which
they are subjected, Daniels makes a powerful case for rethinking how we see men's role in reproduction, sexuality, and masculinity. Everybody, male and female alike, who thinks that feminism is just about women-or just for women-should read this book."--Nancy Hirschmann, Professor of Political
Science, University of Pennsylvania
"Cynthia Daniels has done civilsociety a rare service by uncovering the strength of the political constraints on our conceptualization of male reproductive health--and its consequences for men and the children they father. This book will stimulate a new debate on gender, health policy, and health
politics."--Sue Tolleson-Rinehart, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Exposing Men condiders how prevailing ideals of masculinity have produced a skewed societal and scientific understanding of men's repoductive health."--Contemporary Sociology



"A stunningly original approach to gender justice. With sober science and clear, vivid narrative, Daniels challenges our biological and political ideals of masculinity. A brilliant scientific expose in the service of humane politics, with a powerful message: Only through recognition of male
vulnerability can gender justice be achieved."-- Deborah Stone, Research Professor of Government, Dartmouth College
"Announce a feminist book on reproductive health hazards, and it's a safe bet readers will expect an angry expose of threats to women's bodies and lives. If so, prepare to lose your wager while you gain wisdom and wonder. Stellar feminist theorist Cynthia Daniels forges boldly into the virgin and
veiled political terrain of environmental and social hazards to men's reproductive health. A brilliant analysis of how the politics of masculinity thwart research, awareness and policy concerning increasing threats to male fertility, potency, and progeny."--Judith Stacey, Professor of Sociology, New
York University
"Exposing Men presents a gripping account of how men's reproductive systems are just as harmed by environmental and industrial factors as are women's, ranging from low sperm counts to birth defects to sexual health. Arguing that men's position of social privilege often obscures the dangers to which
they are subjected, Daniels makes a powerful case for rethinking how we see men's role in reproduction, sexuality, and masculinity. Everybody, male and female alike, who thinks that feminism is just about women-or just for women-should read this book."--Nancy Hirschmann, Professor of Political
Science, University ofPennsylvania
"Cynthia Daniels has done civil society a rare service by uncovering the strength of the political constraints on our conceptualization of male reproductive health--and its consequences for men and the children they father. This book will stimulate a new debate on gender, health policy, and health
politics."--Sue Tolleson-Rinehart, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Exposing Men condiders how prevailing ideals of masculinity have produced a skewed societal and scientific understanding of men's repoductive health."--Contemporary Sociology



"A stunningly original approach to gender justice. With sober science and clear, vivid narrative, Daniels challenges our biological and political ideals of masculinity. A brilliant scientific expose in the service of humane politics, with a powerful message: Only through recognition of male
vulnerability can gender justice be achieved."-- Deborah Stone, Research Professor of Government, Dartmouth College
"Announce a feminist book on reproductive health hazards, and it's a safe bet readers will expect an angry expose of threats to women's bodies and lives. If so, prepare to lose your wager while you gain wisdom and wonder. Stellar feminist theorist Cynthia Daniels forges boldly into the virgin and
veiled political terrain of environmental and social hazards to men's reproductive health. A brilliant analysis of how the politics of masculinity thwart research, awareness and policy concerning increasing threats to male fertility, potency, and progeny."--Judith Stacey, Professor of Sociology, New
York University
"Exposing Men presents a gripping account of how men's reproductive systems are just as harmed by environmental and industrial factors as are women's, ranging from low sperm counts to birth defects to sexual health. Arguing that men's position of social privilege often obscures the dangers to which
they are subjected, Daniels makes a powerful case for rethinking how we see men's role in reproduction, sexuality, and masculinity. Everybody, male and female alike, who thinks that feminism is just about women-or just for women-should read this book."--Nancy Hirschmann, Professor of Political
Science, University ofPennsylvania
"Cynthia Daniels has done civil society a rare service by uncovering the strength of the political constraints on our conceptualization of male reproductive health--and its consequences for men and the children they father. This book will stimulate a new debate on gender, health policy, and health
politics."--Sue Tolleson-Rinehart, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Exposing Men condiders how prevailing ideals of masculinity have produced a skewed societal and scientific understanding of men's repoductive health."--Contemporary Sociology


"Provoking and surprisingly accessible despite the complexity of Daniel's ideas."--Sexuality Research & Social Policy
"A stunningly original approach to gender justice. With sober science and clear, vivid narrative, Daniels challenges our biological and political ideals of masculinity. A brilliant scientific expose in the service of humane politics, with a powerful message: Only through recognition of male
vulnerability can gender justice be achieved."-- Deborah Stone, Research Professor of Government, Dartmouth College
"Announce a feminist book on reproductive health hazards, and it's a safe bet readers will expect an angry expose of threats to women's bodies and lives. If so, prepare to lose your wager while you gain wisdom and wonder. Stellar feminist theorist Cynthia Daniels forges boldly into the virgin and
veiled political terrain of environmental and social hazards to men's reproductive health. A brilliant analysis of how the politics of masculinity thwart research, awareness and policy concerning increasing threats to male fertility, potency, and progeny."--Judith Stacey, Professor of Sociology, New
York University
"Exposing Men presents a gripping account of how men's reproductive systems are just as harmed by environmental and industrial factors as are women's, ranging from low sperm counts to birth defects to sexual health. Arguing that men's position of social privilege often obscures the dangers to which
they are subjected, Daniels makes a powerful case for rethinking how we see men's role in reproduction, sexuality, and masculinity. Everybody, male and female alike, who thinks that feminism is just about women-or just for women-should read thisbook."--Nancy Hirschmann, Professor of Political
Science, University of Pennsylvania
"Cynthia Daniels has done civil society a rare service by uncovering the strength of the political constraints on our conceptualization of male reproductive health--and its consequences for men and the children they father. This book will stimulate a new debate on gender, health policy, and health
politics."--Sue Tolleson-Rinehart, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Exposing Men condiders how prevailing ideals of masculinity have produced a skewed societal and scientific understanding of men's repoductive health."--Contemporary Sociology


"Provoking and surprisingly accessible despite the complexity of Daniel's ideas."--Sexuality Research & Social Policy
"A stunningly original approach to gender justice. With sober science and clear, vivid narrative, Daniels challenges our biological and political ideals of masculinity. A brilliant scientific expose in the service of humane politics, with a powerful message: Only through recognition of male vulnerability can gender justice be achieved."-- Deborah Stone, Research Professor of Government, Dartmouth College
"Announce a feminist book on reproductive health hazards, and it's a safe bet readers will expect an angry expose of threats to women's bodies and lives. If so, prepare to lose your wager while you gain wisdom and wonder. Stellar feminist theorist Cynthia Daniels forges boldly into the virgin and veiled political terrain of environmental and social hazards to men's reproductive health. A brilliant analysis of how the politics of masculinity thwart research, awareness and policy concerning increasing threats to male fertility, potency, and progeny."--Judith Stacey, Professor of Sociology, New York University
"Exposing Men presents a gripping account of how men's reproductive systems are just as harmed by environmental and industrial factors as are women's, ranging from low sperm counts to birth defects to sexual health. Arguing that men's position of social privilege often obscures the dangers to which they are subjected, Daniels makes a powerful case for rethinking how we see men's role in reproduction, sexuality, and masculinity. Everybody, male and female alike, who thinks that feminism is just about women-or just for women-should read thisbook."--Nancy Hirschmann, Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania
"Cynthia Daniels has done civil society a rare service by uncovering the strength of the political constraints on our conceptualization of male reproductive health--and its consequences for men and the children they father. This book will stimulate a new debate on gender, health policy, and health politics."--Sue Tolleson-Rinehart, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Exposing Men condiders how prevailing ideals of masculinity have produced a skewed societal and scientific understanding of men's repoductive health."--Contemporary Sociology



"Provoking and surprisingly accessible despite the complexity of Daniel's ideas."--Sexuality Research & Social Policy
"A stunningly original approach to gender justice. With sober science and clear, vivid narrative, Daniels challenges our biological and political ideals of masculinity. A brilliant scientific expose in the service of humane politics, with a powerful message: Only through recognition of male vulnerability can gender justice be achieved."-- Deborah Stone, Research Professor of Government, Dartmouth College
"Announce a feminist book on reproductive health hazards, and it's a safe bet readers will expect an angry expose of threats to women's bodies and lives. If so, prepare to lose your wager while you gain wisdom and wonder. Stellar feminist theorist Cynthia Daniels forges boldly into the virgin and veiled political terrain of environmental and social hazards to men's reproductive health. A brilliant analysis of how the politics of masculinity thwart research, aw


"A valuable contribution to the nascent scholarship on male reproduction. Daniels has written a succinct and accessible book that should serve as a springboard for future studies on the topic. Although her target audience includes scholars, reproductive scientists, and policy makers, the book will certainly spur interesting discussions in graduate and advanced undergraduate seminars on the history of reproduction, sexuality, and health policy."--Journal of the History of Sexuality


"Provoking and surprisingly accessible despite the complexity of Daniel's ideas."--Sexuality Research & Social Policy


"A stunningly original approach to gender justice. With sober science and clear, vivid narrative, Daniels challenges our biological and political ideals of masculinity. A brilliant scientific expose in the service of humane politics, with a powerful message: Only through recognition of male vulnerability can gender justice be achieved."-- Deborah Stone, Research Professor of Government, Dartmouth College


"Announce a feminist book on reproductive health hazards, and it's a safe bet readers will expect an angry expose of threats to women's bodies and lives. If so, prepare to lose your wager while you gain wisdom and wonder. Stellar feminist theorist Cynthia Daniels forges boldly into the virgin and veiled political terrain of environmental and social hazards to men's reproductive health. A brilliant analysis of how the politics of masculinity thwart research, awareness and policy concerning increasing threats to male fertility, potency, and progeny."--Judith Stacey, Professor of Sociology, New York University


"Exposing Men presents a gripping account of how men's reproductive systems are just as harmed by environmental and industrial factors as are women's, ranging from low sperm counts to birth defects to sexual health. Arguing that men's position of social privilege often obscures the dangers to which they are subjected, Daniels makes a powerful case for rethinking how we see men's role in reproduction, sexuality, and masculinity. Everybody, male and female alike, who thinks that feminism is just about women-or just for women-should read this book."--Nancy Hirschmann, Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania


"Cynthia Daniels has done civil society a rare service by uncovering the strength of the political constraints on our conceptualization of male reproductive health--and its consequences for men and the children they father. This book will stimulate a new debate on gender, health policy, and health politics."--Sue Tolleson-Rinehart, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


"Exposing Men condiders how prevailing ideals of masculinity have produced a skewed societal and scientific understanding of men's repoductive health."--Contemporary Sociology


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"A valuable contribution to the nascent scholarship on male reproduction. Daniels has written a succinct and accessible book that should serve as a springboard for future studies on the topic. Although her target audience includes scholars, reproductive scientists, and policy makers, the book will certainly spur interesting discussions in graduate and advanced undergraduate seminars on the history of reproduction, sexuality, and health policy."--Journal of the History of Sexuality


"Provoking and surprisingly accessible despite the complexity of Daniel's ideas."--Sexuality Research & Social Policy


"A stunningly original approach to gender justice. With sober science and clear, vivid narrative, Daniels challenges our biological and political ideals of masculinity. A brilliant scientific expose in the service of humane politics, with a powerful message: Only through recognition of male vulnerability can gender justice be achieved."-- Deborah Stone, Research Professor of Government, Dartmouth College


"Announce a feminist book on reproductive health hazards, and it's a safe bet readers will expect an angry expose of threats to women's bodies and lives. If so, prepare to lose your wager while you gain wisdom and wonder. Stellar feminist theorist Cynthia Daniels forges boldly into the virgin and veiled political terrain of environmental and social hazards to men's reproductive health. A brilliant analysis of how the politics of masculinity thwart research, awareness and policy concerning increasing threats to male fertility, potency, and progeny."--Judith Stacey, Professor of Sociology, New York University


"Exposing Men presents a gripping account of how men's reproductive systems are just as harmed by environmental and industrial factors as are women's, ranging from low sperm counts to birth defects to sexual health. Arguing that men's position of social privilege often obscures the dangers to which they are subjected, Daniels makes a powerful case for rethinking how we see men's role in reproduction, sexuality, and masculinity. Everybody, male and female alike, who thinks that feminism is just about women-or just for women-should read this book."--Nancy Hirschmann, Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania


"Cynthia Daniels has done civil society a rare service by uncovering the strength of the political constraints on our conceptualization of male reproductive health--and its consequences for men and the children they father. This book will stimulate a new debate on gender, health policy, and health politics."--Sue Tolleson-Rinehart, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


"Exposing Men condiders how prevailing ideals of masculinity have produced a skewed societal and scientific understanding of men's repoductive health."--Contemporary Sociology


About the Author

Cynthia R. Daniels is an Associate Professsor of Political Science at Rutgers University.


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