Dec 03, 2020
Power at Play: Sports and the Problem of Masculinity
Posted by Michael A. Messner

Based on interviews with a diverse group of former high school, college, and professional athletes, Power at Play examines the important role sports play in defining masculinity for American men.

  • Title: Power at Play: Sports and the Problem of Masculinity
  • Author: Michael A. Messner
  • ISBN: 9780807041055
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback
  • Power at Play Sports and the Problem of Masculinity Based on interviews with a diverse group of former high school college and professional athletes Power at Play examines the important role sports play in defining masculinity for American men

    Oliver Bateman

    Far, far better than expected The author has a legit model for conducting interviews, each chapter is brimming with thought provoking insights, and his recommendations for the improvement of sport in America are both cogent and capable of being implemented A landmark in men s studies, with appendices that are extremely useful to anyone researching gender, race, and class.


    Bilgewater

    This book raises a whole lot of questions best when read in a reading group, and probably requires than one reading.



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