Towards new masculinities

report from a Nordic conference on men and gender equality
  • 123 Pages
  • 0.36 MB
  • English

Nordic Council of Ministers , Copenhagen
Men -- Scandinavia -- Congresses., Sex role -- Scandinavia -- Congresses., Sexual division of labor -- Scandinavia -- Congre



Statement[editor, Lauri Dammert].
SeriesNord,, 1995:26., Equal opportunities, NORD (Series) ;, 1995:26., NORD (Series).
ContributionsDammert, Lauri.
LC ClassificationsHQ1090.7.S34 T39 1995
The Physical Object
Pagination123 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL726626M
ISBN 109291207101
LC Control Number97115059

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