With piercing wit and perceptive analysis, Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Kathleen Parker explores how men, maleness, and fatherhood have been under siege in American culture for decades. She argues that the feminist movement veered off course from its original aim of helping women achieve equality and ended up making enemies of men. The pendulum has swung from the reasonable middle to a place where men have been ridiculed in the public square and the importance of fatherhood has been diminishedall to the detriment of women and children, who ultimately suffer most. Exploring our burgeoning culture of permissiveness and the impact of anti-male attitudes on families and relationships,Kathleen Parker tackles some of the more taboo subjects in today's sexual politics and culture wars that will have America talking about saving the males.
Generi Politica e Società » Studi di Genere e gruppi sociali » Uomini » Sociologia e Antropologia » Famiglia e relazioni parentali , Famiglia Scuola e Università » Famiglia e Figli » Consigli per i genitori
Editore Random House Publishing Group
Formato Ebook con Adobe DRM