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By Eugene R August

Approximately two times the dimensions of its predecessor, this revised variation of August's landmark paintings includes greater than 1,000 entries that conceal such topics as men's wisdom, health and wellbeing, and rights; heterosexuality; homosexuality; minority men; patriarchy; fathers; socialization of men; activities; the humanities; humor; struggle and peace; and sufferers and victimizers. it's the first book-length bibliography of the recent men's experiences in life. an intensive record of books from the generally publicized and debatable mythopoetic wing of men's experiences covers such works as Robert Bly's Iron John. every one access is absolutely annotated and describes the book's content material and (where acceptable) its political stance. a different function of the annotations is the eye given to misandry or anti-male sexism, which portrays men as inherently evil or masculinity as irrevocably corrupted. meant to enrich library holdings on women's reviews, the booklet is geared toward upper-level educators drawn to reviewing present traits in males

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3. Selections have been chosen to illustrate a range of philosophical and political viewpoints on men and men's issues. Page xiii 4. Although works of a more advanced or scholarly nature were given preference in the selection process, many books aimed at more general audiences have been included to indicate trends in nonacademic views of males. 5. Although most entries from the earlier bibliography were brought over into the present edition, some dated items have been deleted, and all previous annotations have been revised when appropriate.

C. Heath, 1990. xxv, 202p. appendixes. bibliography, 187-94. index. Traditionally, women have been the caregivers to the elderly, but increasingly more men are performing this function. At least one-fourth (up to one-third in some settings) of the caregivers are now males. The authors describe why the patterns of caregiving are changing. Drawing upon a national survey that they formulated, they describe the typical male caregiver (white, over 60, married, and living with spouse), the patients these men care for (usually white, female, over 60), the tasks they perform well and those they feel uncomfortable with, and the handicaps that they face.

Expectant Fathers, New Fathers 160 B. Fathers, Fatherhood, Husbands, Married Men 165 C. Divorced and Single Fathers, Stepfathers 192 D. Other Family Roles 198 Cross-References 201 15Masculinity: Masculinities, Masculine Gender Roles, Male Sex Roles, Biology, Physiology 205 Cross-References 218 16Men's Rights 221 Cross-References 225 17Men's Studies: Interdisciplinary Collections and Studies 227 Cross-References 231 18Minority Males, Multicultural Studies 232 Cross-References 240 19Patriarchy, Patriarchal Society 242 Cross-References 247 20Psychology 249 Cross-References 266 Page vii 21Sexuality 270 A.

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