in America : A Cultural History by Michael Kimmel.
In this authoritative and entertaining history
of men in America, Kimmel demonstrates that manliness was
originally an internal value, but by the 1890's, it had changed
to masculinity, something that had to be constantly proven. Long
after the temporary fancies of men's movements have passed, this
definitive history will provoke, entertain and inform men and
women alike. A wide-ranging survey explores the changing,
unsettled meaning of manhood from the mid-eighteenth century to
the present, as expressed in advice manuals, magazines, film,
the IQ test, and other cultural indicators...
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who teaches Comparative Literature and Gender Studies at U.S.C.
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