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Manhood in America
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Preface to the Fourth Edition Acknowledgements Introduction Part I: THE MAKING OF THE SELF-MADE MAN IN AMERICA, 1776-1865 Chapter 1: The Birth of the Self-Made Man Chapter 2: Born to Run: Self-Control and Fantasies of Escape Part II: THE UNMAKING OF THE SELF-MADE MAN AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY Chapter 3: Men at Work: Captains of Industry, White Collars, and the Faceless Crowd Chapter 4: Playing for Keeps: Masculinity as Recreation and the Re-Creation of Masculinity Chapter 5: A Room of His Own: Socializing the New Man Part III: THE NEW MAN IN A NEW CENTURY, 1920-1950 Chapter 6: Muscles, Money, and the M--F Test: Measuring Masculinity Between the Wars Chapter 7: "Temporary About Myself": White-Collar Conformists and Suburban Playboys, 1945-1960 Part IV: THE CONTEMPORARY "CRISIS" OF MASCULINITY Chapter 8: The Masculine Mystique Chapter 9: Wimps, Whiners, and Weekend Warriors: The Contemporary Crisis of Masculinity and Beyond Chapter 10: From Anxiety to Anger Since the 1990s: The "Self-Made Man" Becomes "Angry White Men" Epilogue Notes Index

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Michael Kimmel is Professor of Sociology at Stony Brook University, State University of New York. A leading researcher and writer on gender and men and masculinity, he is the author of numerous books and articles, including The Gendered Society, Sixth Edition (OUP, 2016), The Gendered Society Reader, Sixth Edition (with Amy Aronson, OUP, 2016), and Guyland: The Perilous World Where Boys Become Men (2009).

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"Manhood in America is the gold standard for a broad-ranging cultural history of masculinity. It is a must-read in the study of masculinities."--Lauren Weis, American University "I love how the book is at once a study of masculinity and American culture. Manhood in America is an excellent resource for students who need historical and social grounding in order to make sense of the idea that gender, along with other human attributes of identity, are dependent on contextual definitions. It is a true wealth of information."--Joyce Janca-Aji, Coe College "This is the most comprehensive critical history of American masculinity in print. It is essential reading for anyone seeking a solid grounding in the field."--Christopher E. Forth, University of Kansas

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