British Journal of Educational Studies 45 (3):276 - 292 (1997)
|Abstract||This essay reviews two recently published American books about masculinity politics - Michael Kimmel's pro-feminist Manhood in America and his edited collection The Politics of Manhood - in order to comment critically on the current debate underway in various parts of the world on 'boys' and their schooling which sees them as the 'new victims' of the educational process.|
|Keywords||boys feminism masculinity schooling|
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