Does feminism discriminate against men? : a debate

Does feminism discriminate against men? : a debate Does feminism discriminate against men? : a debate

 

Farrell, Warren
New York, New York USA : Oxford University Press, © 2008
Svoboda, Steven
Sterba, James P.
Books 258 pp ISBN 9780195312829 0195312821 9780195312836 019531283X
Synopsis

Part 1 : Does feminism discriminate against men? / Warren Farrell —
Do we need men’s studies? History is men’s studies, right? —
Do men have the power? —
What the all-male draft and the combat exclusion of women tell us about men, women, and feminism —
Why do men die sooner and whose health is being neglected? —
Domestic violence : who is doing the battering, and what’s the solution? —
The politics and psychology of rape, sex, and love —
Does the criminal justice system discriminate against men? —
Why men earn more : discrimination? choices? —
Are women doing two jobs while men do one? —
Marriage, divorce, and child custody —
Does popular culture discriminate against men? —
Are schools biased against girls? Or boys? —
Part 2 : Does feminism discriminate against men? / James P. Sterba —
The future of feminism and men —
Do we need men’s studies–or is history men’s studies? —
Do men have the power–and if so, would they want to change? —
What the all-male draft and the combat exclusion of women tell us about men, women, and feminism —
Why do men die sooner, and whose health is being neglected? —
Domestic violence : who is doing the battering, and what’s the solution? —
Rape, date rape : how should we respond? —
Is the criminal justice system sexist? —
Why men earn more : discrimination? choices? —
Are women doing two jobs while men do one? —
Marriage, divorce, and child custody —
Do popular culture and the media discriminate against men? —
Are schools biased against women? or men? —
The future of feminism and men.

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