No Man's Land by Kathleen Gerson
Men's Changing Commitments To Family And Work

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What does it mean to be a man in a world where women are almost as likely as men to shoulder the responsibilities of supporting a family? Why do some men still choose to be traditional breadwinners while others flee the responsibilities of parenthood altogether, and still others become infinitely more involved in family life than earlier generations of men? Here’s a look at how men are coping with the gender revolution.
 

About Kathleen Gerson

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Kathleen Gerson is Professor of Sociology, New York University.
 
Published July 8, 1993 by Basic Books. 384 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Gay & Lesbian. Non-fiction

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In a vivid, precise, but limited study, Gerson (Sociology/ N.Y.U.) extends to men the problems she explored in Hard Choices (1985), a study of women's dilemmas with family and career.

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