Men, Masculinity and the Common Good in an Era of Economic Uncertainty American Men’s Studies Association Monograph Series – XIX
This Volume Chapters in this third collection—essays, opinion, research—were born from presentations at AMSA’s 19th Annual Conference of the same title, held in Kansas City, Missouri in March/April of 2011. Both blind- and peer-reviewed, the book contains nine chapters, divided into three areas—Men, Employment and Socio-Economic Status; Race, Ethnicity, Identity, and Social Justice; and, Men, Counseling, and Mental Health. It builds upon previous work by AMSA contributors, and furthers the discourse in light of current economic and social conditions, including the psychological, emotional, relational, and physical effects such situations have on men, their children, their partners, and those who care about them.
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Publication date March 2012
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