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Prager, J. (1996). Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology. XXX, 1994. Pp. 47-70. Part I: Men and Masculinities. Psychoanal Q., 65:667.

(1996). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 65:667

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology. XXX, 1994. Pp. 47-70. Part I: Men and Masculinities

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Jeffrey Prager

The author's intention is to advocate a critical sociology, feminist or relational in approach. Hearn argues that researchers will generate critical and emancipatory knowledge by adopting “a particular standpoint of men's anti-patriarchal praxis.”

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