Male Subjectivity at the Margins
Psychology Press, 1992 - Social Science - 447 pages
"Silverman sets out to offer a bold new look at some masculinities which deviate from the social norm. This book looks at male film-makers, novelists and literary cinematic characters who position themselves more as "women" than as "men" and in so doing surrender male power and privilege."--Pub. desc.
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