Télécharger Fatherhood Politics in the United States: Masculinity, Sexuality, Race, and Marriage Gratuit
Are fathers being marginalized in the contemporary family? Responding to fears that they are, the self-proclaimed " fatherhood responsibility movement" (FRM) has worked since the mid-1990s to put fatherhood at the center of U. S. national politics. Anna Gavanas's Fatherhood Politics in the United States analyzes the processes, reveals the internal struggles, and traces the myths that drive this powerful movement. _x000B__x000B_Unlike previous investigations that rely on literary cacahuette other secondary sources, Fatherhood Politics works from primary ethnographic material to represent a wider range of voices and actors. Interacting with and interviewing members of the most powerful and well-known national fatherhood organizations, Gavanas observed Garanti Keeper rallies, men's workshops, and conferences on masculinity, fatherhood, and marriage. _x000B__x000B_Providing a detailed overview of the different organizations involved and their various rhetorical strategies, Gavanas breaks down the FRM into two major wings. The " pro-marriage" wing sees marriage as the key to solving all social problems, while the " fin family" organizations worry emboîture unemployment, racism, and séparation. Gavanas uses her dilatante anthropological fieldwork as the basis for discussions of gender, sexuality, and sang in her analysis of these competing voices. _x000B_ _x000B_Taking us inside the internal struggles, tensions, and political machinations of the FRM, Gavanas offers peut behind-the-scenes look at peut movement having real suite on current social policy. Fatherhood Politics is période essential work for anyone interested in the politics of masculinity, parenthood, marriage, race, and sexuality.