My 1997 Thesis looks at historical masculinity and emergent masculinities by
examining the relatively new phenomena of men's movements. First I do a
literature review of men's movements, and then I locate web pages, tracts,
books, web sites and words of practitioners of various emergent and ranked
masculinities. Using the words of their advocates and critics, I evaluate their
successes or failures in meeting their philosophical, social, legal, and
practical claims. Theorizing that each emergent man's movement chooses and
exemplifies a certain type of new masculinity, I note the differences and
similarities of each movement. I also situate how they embrace the imperatives
of hegemonic masculinity. I rank their danger to women, and offer some
1997: Men's Movements; Wolves in Sheep's Clothing
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