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    Characters Boys Author Rachel Giese (PDF/EPUB) [Boys Author Rachel Giese] ¸ Rachel Giese Read ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ê Rachel Giese My feminist reading list has been woefully missing books about masculinity and how that holds boys and men hostage in some ways so this book was a great start to broad reading and knowledge I found a lot of value from the topics discussed and the fact that the book concentrated on Canadian and international examples Feminism really does ben

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Boys Author Rachel Giese] ¸ Rachel Giese Full disclosure I read this for a research project I've also been reading all day and I'm exhuasted excuse the grammatical errors I thoroughly enjoyed it and finished in one sitting I skipped over the boys education crisis part it wasn't relevant to my research but I still think i read a good enough chunk of this book to give it a fair rating If you are a beginner in gender and sociology studies like me this book does an excellen

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Boys Author Rachel Giese] ¸ Rachel Giese If you're raising a boy look to 'Boys' as a starting point for ideas on how to do it well in our current world but don't expect a how to parenting guide Ms Giese discusses many common problems with modern masculinity and explores some uncommon solutions discovered through her work as a journalist Enlightening as those idea

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Read & download ç Boys Author Rachel Giese 108 Kes us from a boys only sex education class to recreational sports leagues; talks to Boy Scouts and transgender activists; and plays video games with her son and studies the dynamics of male friendships Drawing on history pop culture and sociological and psychological research she looks at the forces that shape how boys see themselves and how we see them With empathy and insight she tells stories of how boys from different races classes and backgrounds are navigating the transition into manhoodThe successes of the feminist movement have led to greater oppor. Full disclosure I read this for a research project I ve also been reading all day and I m exhuasted excuse the grammatical errors I thoroughly enjoyed it and finished in one sitting I skipped over the boys education crisis part it wasn t relevant to my research but I still think i read a good enough chunk of this book to give it a fair rating If you are a beginner in gender and sociology studies like me this book does an excellent job at breaking down complex theories that can already be found in textbooks This book is passionate and it is real I found that much of the things discussed in this book are true and mirror my own experiences as a high school girl looking out at other adolescent boys The missing star is because the first 2 chapters of this book are kind ofrocky Some of the opinions displayed wereunder explained and under challenged It is my opinion that books like these should offer two sides of an argument when proving a thesis BOYS gets better at that as the book progresses but still the first two chapters make it worthy of 45 stars for meI d love to read of this author she is clearly deeply researched and methodical in her explanations which is fantastic

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Read & download ç Boys Author Rachel Giese 108 Tunities for girls and women as well as a broadening in our understanding of what it means to be female While boys and men have travelled alongside this transformation what it means for them is not always clear Boy aims to make sense of this moment of confusion backlash and sometimes even rage Might boys one day be free of stifling expectations about manhood and masculinity With lively reportage and clear eyed analysis Giese reveals reasons to feel hopeful for our young men and shows that this emerging new gender reality has the potential to liberate us all. Some might hesitate upon seeing Boys What It Means to Become a Man in the 21st Century because it seems almost academic in nature It would surprising then to discover that this book is engaging and easy to read It is truly interesting and addresses key elements of manhood ie stereotypes of what manhood is supposed to look at and how these mandatory manly things affect both boys and men throughout their livesGiese addresses many of these key features including sports video games and hyper sexuality while writing based in fact and research supported by her own personal anecdotes in raising her sonCertainly not a book that will be of interest to everyone but was enjoyable and interesting

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Read & download ç Boys Author Rachel Giese 108 What does it mean to be growing up male right now when ideas about masculinity are in flux and power differences between the sexes are shifting In Boy What It Means to Become a Man in the 21st Century award winning Canadian journalist Rachel Giese connects with readers on both sides of the gender divide as she investigates how we can support boys to become their fullest and most honest selvesBlending reporting cultural analysis and personal narrative Giese aims to reset the conversation about gender identity toxic masculinity and the “boy crisis” She ta. I really wanted to like this better Ok I m glad this book was written and Giese does make some good points like when she argues that the boys in academic crisis trope is overblown but I expected something a lot powerful based on what I ve read of Giese s journalism For one thing there is too much background information anyone who picks up this book is almost certain to be pretty familiar with the fundamentals of gender studies there is no need to start the reader at suare one hereAlso Giese is very skilled at discerning and pointing out flaws in others arguments but less so when it comes to putting together a coherent thesis herself For example in the chapter on video games she does a good job of challenging the common wisdom that video games lead to violence Her recommendation that parents familiarize themselves with the games is intriguing but by the end of the chapter she seems to have forgotten one of the key problems with these particular games the reductive and exploitative portrayal of the female figures Since the main focus of the book is gender relations one really feels the lack of resolution here

  • ebook
  • 256
  • Boys Author Rachel Giese
  • Rachel Giese
  • English
  • 03 October 2020
  • 9781443442923