Legalizing Misandry: From Public Shame to Systemic Discrimination against Men

McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, 21 mars 2006 - 672 pages
Paul Nathanson and Katherine Young believe that this reveals a shift in the United States and Canada to a worldview based on ideological feminism, which presents all issues from the point of view of women and, in the process, explicitly or implicitly attacks men as a class. They argue that ideological feminism is silently reshaping law, public policy, education, and journalism.

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Spreading Misandry Revisited
One Subtext of Modern Witch Hunts
Statistics Abuse
The Trouble with Political Correctness
The Debate over Romance Novels
United Nations or United Women?
The Road to Caste

The Case of Entitlements
The Case of Children
From Liberation to Separation
The Case of PornographyProstitution
The Case of Sexual Harassment
The Case of Violence against Women
From Classroom to Legislature
Womens Studies as a Front
A Quiet Revolution
Case Studies of Affirmative Action and Pay Equity
The Debate over Custody and Child Support
Feminism at Academic Conferences
Ideology Gender Studies and Womens Studies
Double Standards in a Government Report
APPENDIX THIRTEENTake That Comparative Victimology
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À propos de l'auteur (2006)

Paul Nathanson is a researcher, religious studies, McGill University, and author of Over the Rainbow: The Wizard of Oz as a Secular Myth of America.

Katherine K. Young is James McGill Professor, religious studies, McGill University. She has published extensively on women's issues and ethics.

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