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Angry white men : American masculinity at the end of an era / by Michael Kimmel

Kimmel, Michael S. (författare)
ISBN 978-1-56858-696-0 (hardback)
Publicerad: New York : Nation Books, 2013
Engelska xviii, 314 pages
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  • Introduction: America the angry -- Manufacturing rage: the cultural construction of aggrieved entitlement -- Angry white boys -- White men as victims: the men's rights movement -- Angry white dads -- Targeting women -- Mad men: the rage(s) of the American working man -- The white wing.
  • "One of the enduring images from the 2012 presidential campaign was the demise of the white American male voter as a dominant force in the political landscape. Bellowing white men fill the talk-radio airwaves. Why are they so angry? Michael Kimmel has spent hundreds of hours in the company of these angry white men-from white supremacists to men's rights activists to young students-in pursuit of an answer. Kimmel proposes a theory of aggrieved entitlement: a sense that the benefits to which white men long believed themselves entitled have been snatched from them. Kimmel locates the increase in anger with a growing social, political, and economic gender gap, twinned with an ideology of masculinity that makes America's white men feel empty and alone. Although they have been facing years of underemployment and wage stagnation, mainstream American discourse rarely discuss class issues. So when America's white men feel they've lived their lives the "right" way-worked hard-and still do not get the rewards to which they believe they are entitled, then they have to blame somebody else. Anybody else"-- 
  • "Michael Kimmel has spent hundreds of hours in the company of angry white American men--from white supremacists to men's rights activists to young students--to try to determine why they are so angry. Kimmel proposes a theory of aggrieved entitlement: a sense that the benefits to which white men long believed themselves entitled have been snatched from them. Kimmel locates the increase in anger with a growing social, political, and economic gender gap, twinned with an ideology of masculinity that makes America's white men feel empty and alone"-- 

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Men  -- United States -- Attitudes. (LCSH)
Whites  -- United States -- Attitudes. (LCSH)
Masculinity  -- United States. (LCSH)
Equality  -- United States. (LCSH)
Civil rights  -- United States. (LCSH)
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Men's Studies.  (bisacsh)
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Violence in Society.  (bisacsh)
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Ideologies / Conservatism & Liberalism.  (bisacsh)
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Manlighet  (sao)
Vita  (sao)
Whites  (LCSH)
Men  (LCSH)
Masculinity  (LCSH)
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