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Men Talk: Stories in the Making of Masculinities [Paperback]

Jennifer Coates

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What is men's talk like? If the stereotypes are to be believed, men either don,t talk much (strong and silent) or talk compulsively and competitively about sports, cars and drinking exploits. Read the first page
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