Men and gender equality
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Our world is a deeply unequal one. Systemic inequalities which disadvantage women and advantage men are visible around the globe. Whether on looks at political power and authority, economic resources and decision-making, sexual and family relations, or media and culture, one finds gender inequalities. These are sustained in part by constructions of masculinity-by the cultural meanings associated with being a man, the practices which men adopt, and the collective and institutional organisation of men's lives and relations.
Flood, M. (2015). Men and gender equality. In M. G. Flood & R. Howson (Eds.), Engaging Men in Building Gender Equality (pp. 1-31). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
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