Feminism and males : Nikki van der Gaag

Author(s): van der Gaag, Nikki

Date: Format: EPUB Language: English ISBN/ASIN: 1780329148
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Overview: ‘Globally, ladies have at all times been the leading edge within the fight for gender equality. Yet as this e book argues so persuasively we urgently wish to have interaction males all over the place within the procedure, thereby permitting each men and women extra freedom to pursue their complete humanity, wholeness and stability. An very important textual content for all the ones attractive with building research or any side of gendered training and well being.’ Lynne Segal, writer of Why Feminism? ‘This e book is considerate, insightful, and an efficient mixture of idea and private narratives which construct a powerful case in regards to the significance of feminism embracing males and males embracing feminism.’ Michael Kaufman, co-founder of the White Ribbon Campaign ‘Men’s relation to feminism has lengthy been a contentious factor, irresolvable through a easy sure or no. Which is what makes Nikki van der Gaag’s e book so treasured: she teases out other strands of engagement and toughen in plenty of venues. It’s no longer a query of whether or not or no longer males can "be" feminists, however a query of the way and the place, and the way they continue to be responsible.’ Michael Kimmel, Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies, Stony Brook University, writer of Angry White Men and The Guy’s Guide to Feminism ‘Nikki van der Gaag effectively comprises international voices within the dialog about males and feminism. With its consideration to problems of labor, training, caregiving and violence, this e book is a great addition for all the ones in search of gender justice international.’ Shira Tarrant, PhD, writer Men and Feminism and Men Speak Out: Views on Gender, Sex, and Power. ‘Thoroughly researched, engagingly written and refreshingly international in scope, Feminism and Men contributes considerably to the ongoing debate over males’s function in feminism. Nikki van der Gaag exhaustively examines her matter from a couple of angles – political, financial, social, mental and historic – to verify her argument that males should be extra totally engaged within the fight for gender justice.’ Alyson Cole, Professor of Political Science and Women’s Studies, City University of New York, and writer of The Cult of True Victimhood: From the War on Welfare to the War on Terror
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