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Men In The Public Eye : Studies of the Harriman Institute - Jeff Hearn

Men In The Public Eye

Studies of the Harriman Institute

Paperback Published: 2nd July 1992
ISBN: 9780415076203
Number Of Pages: 304

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Men's domination of the public domain is obvious, yet this is often ignored in social and political analyses. This text examines the problems of "public men" within "public patriarchies". It addresses two central questions. Why and how do men dominate in the public worlds of work, politics and culture? How do these public worlds construct public men and public masculinities in different and changing ways? These questions are examined through a focus on the past, specifically the period 1870-1920, a period of massive growth and transformation in the power of the public domain. A continuing theme is that the present exists in the past, and the past in the present. "Men in the Public Eye" attempts to reveal why men's domination in and out of the public domain is a vital feature of gender relations in patriarchy, and how public domains dominate the private domains. This book should be of interest to undergraduates, postgraduates and academics interested in gender studies and women's studies.

List of tables and figures
Series editor's preface
Preface
Acknowledgements
Foreword: Pluralizing perspectives: the present and the pastp. 1
Introduction: the problem of public menp. 11
From the Malestream to Public Patriarchies
Public men in the malestreamp. 25
Patriarchy, public patriarchy, and related critiquesp. 43
Public patriarchy: some initial implications for men and masculinitiesp. 69
Public patriarchies, public men, public domains, and public masculinitiesp. 74
Public Men in Public Patriarchies
Public men as social relationsp. 95
Organizations of men (1): size, structures, and hierarchiesp. 140
Organizations of men (2): processes, sexualities, and imagesp. 170
Public men as persons: selves, psyches, and sensesp. 208
Afterword: Beyond public men?p. 227
Notesp. 232
Bibliographyp. 254
Name indexp. 276
Subject indexp. 282
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ISBN: 9780415076203
ISBN-10: 041507620X
Series: Studies of the Harriman Institute
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 2nd July 1992
Publisher: TAYLOR & FRANCIS
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97  x 1.75
Weight (kg): 0.39
Edition Number: 1