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Book Chapter
Author, Analytic
Miller, Errol L
Author Affiliation, Ana.
Institute of Education
Title, Analytic
Male marginalisation revisited
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Author, Monographic
Bailey, Barbara; Leo-Rhynie, Elsa A.
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Title, Monographic
Gender in the 21st Century: Caribbean Perspective, Visions and Possibilities
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Refereed
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Place of Publication
Kingston, Jamaica
Publisher Name
Ian Randle
Date of Publication
2004
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99-133
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Abstract
Focuses on expanding and refining the explanation of the phenomenon of male marginalization first advanced by the author over a decade ago. Male domination and male marginalization are not mutually exclusive phenomena; nor are female marginalization and male marginalization. These phenomena are interrelated and are outcomes of the process of domination and subordination resulting from the contest, conflict, competition and confrontation between groups in society for power, resources and social advantage. In these conflicts and confrontations gender is never the primary axis of solidarity between groups. Men and women of particular groups strive to obtain or retain dominance in society hence, men and women are complicit in the marginalization of members of their own gender. Further, much of the manifestation of male marginalization in contemporary society is related to the transformation of patriarchy within the framework of a rights-based nation state premised on equality, social justice, democracy and the individual as the fundamental unit of the social organization.....
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