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Working with men from a feminist perspective

Dominelli, L. (1999) Working with men from a feminist perspective In, Wild, J. (eds.) Working with Men for Change. Routledge pp. 17-38.

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Introduction, John Stoltenberg; it's time for men to change, Jeff Hearn; working with men from a feminist perspective, Lena Dominelli; making the links - gender, oppression and change, Susie Orbach; when is a man not a man - when he's disabled, Tom Shakespear; working with black men for change, Wanda Thomas Bernard; men in therapy - oppertunity and change, Keith Tudor; talking spaces - a therapeutic groupwork approach to HIV prevention with gay men; men, love and violence, Paul Woolf-Light; safety issues for women co-facilitating groups for violent men, Susan Cayoutte; one man's struggle for transformation, Luke Daniels; men, power, control and violence, Vic Seidler; values and processes in groupwork with men, Malcolm Crowburn & Hilary Pengelly; working with men for change - a sequential programme for men's development, Jim Wild.

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Published date: 1999


Local EPrints ID: 33652
ISBN: 1857288610
PURE UUID: cfb9cdaf-8619-4d3a-a8dd-03ae52d07cac

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Date deposited: 12 Jul 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:52

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Author: L. Dominelli
Editor: J. Wild

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