28. Men, Feminism, and Gender Equality

(Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood. 19th edition, 2008. Home URL: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/)

Note: For discussions of pro-feminist responses by men to feminism, also see material above on the men's movement. Also see the sub-section under "Violence" above on men's anti-violence activism.

a) Recent and important works

““The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality” - Expert Group Meeting , Organized by DAW in collaboration with ILO and UNAIDS 21-24 October 2003, Brasilia, Brazil. URL: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/egm/men-boys2003/index.html.
Working Papers;
The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality / R. W. Connell
Report of the Online Discussion on the role of men and boys in achieving gender equality / R. W. Connell.
The role of men and boys in the fight against HIV/AIDS in the world of work / International Labour Organization (ILO), Geneva, Switzerland.
Men can make a difference / Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, Bertil Lindblad.
Papers by Experts;
Strategies and Approaches to Enhance the Role of Men and Boys in Gender Equality: Case Study of Yemen / Magda M. ElSanousi.
Why are Men Reluctant to Participate Fully in all Actions Towards Gender Equality? - A Case Study of Uganda / Emmanuel Ochora.
Gender Stereotypes and the Socialization process / Jivka Marinova.
The Role of Men in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS / Njoki Wainaina.
Men as Partners: Promoting Men’s Involvement in Care and Support Activities for People Living with HIV/AIDS and in Preventing Mother to Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS / Dean Peacock.
Addressing the sexual cultures of heterosexual men: Key strategies in involving men and boys in HIV/AIDS prevention / Michael Flood.
HIV Prevention with Men: Toward Gender Equality and Social Justice / Alan Greig.
Listen, Learn and Link Up for a more gender just society: Lessons Learnt from Working in HIV/AIDS in the Pacific / Steven Vete.
Work and Masculinity among Peruvian Urban Men / Norma Fuller.
Evolving the gender agenda – Men, gender and development organisations / James L. Lang.
Gender Tension and Change in the Contemporary Caribbean / Linden Lewis.
Rethinking Pro-Feminism: Men, Work and Family in India / Radhika Chopra.
“The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality” - Some Swedish and Scandinavian Experiences / Lars Jalmert.
Fatherhood in adolescence: the construction of political agenda / Jorge Lyra.
Papers by Observers;
The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality / Carlos G¸ida.
How do we know if men have changed? Promoting and measuring attitude change with young men. Lessons from Program H in Latin America / Gary Barker.
Men, masculinities and gender violence / Benedito Medrado.

Ashe, Fidelma. (2007). The New Politics of Masculinity: Men, power and resistance. Routledge.
1. Introduction -- 2. Men Doing Feminism: A Contemporary Movement? --3. Profeminism, Masculinity and Social Change: Contemporary Culture and Identity --4. Profeminism and Identity Politics: Masculinity, New Times, New Politics -- 5. The Politics of Non-feminist Men’s Groups: The Field of Men’s Gender Politics -- 6. The Problematic of Men and Feminism: Men’s Identity and Feminist Politics -- 7. John Stoltenberg: The Politics of Refusal -- 8. Victor J. Seidler: Pain and Politics -- 9. Jeff Hearn: Men, Identity and Power -- 10. Raewyn Connell: Masculinities, Power and Alliance Politics -- 11. Profeminism, Theory and Practice: Reflections.

Bannon, Ian, and Maria C. Correia. (eds.). (2006). The Other Half of Gender: Men’s issues in development. Washington DC: The World Bank.
Introduction / Ian Bannon and Maria C. Correia.
Men’s issues in development / Joyce P. Jacobsen.
Men’s gender relations, identity, and work-family balance in Latin America / José Olavarría.
Men’s participation as fathers in Latin America and the Caribbean: critical literature review and policy options / Gary Barker.
The role of men in families in the Caribbean: a historical perspective / Barry Chevannes.
Masculinity and violence in Colombia: deconstructing the conventional way of becoming a man / Fredy Hernán Gómez Alcaraz and Carlos Iván García Suárez.
Growing up poor and male in the Americas: reflections from research and practice with young men in low-income communities in Rio de Janeiro / Gary Barker.
Fearing Africa’s young men: male youth, conflict, urbanization, and the case of Rwanda / Marc Sommers.
Young men and the construction of masculinity in sub-Saharan Africa: implications for HIV/AIDS, conflict, and violence / Gary Barker and Christine Ricardo.
Young men and gender in war and postwar reconstruction: some comparative findings from Liberia and Sierra Leone / Paul Richards.
Collapsing livelihoods and the crisis of masculinity in rural Kenya / Mary Amuyunzu-Nyamongo and Paul Francis.
Gender and its discontents: moving to men-streaming development / Maria C. Correia and Ian Bannon.

Bo’thius, Maria-Pia, and Maria Lindhgren (2004). APM: antipatriarkalt manifest. Pocket. Ordfront Förlag AB, Sverige.

Cleaver, Frances. (ed.). (2002). Masculinities Matter! Men, Gender and Development. New York: Zed Books.
New Directions in Gender and Development: The Case for Considering Men / Frances Cleaver.
Nationalism, Masculinity and the Developmental State: Exploring Hindutva Masculinities / Prem Vijayan.
Collapsing Masculinities and Weak States: A Case Study of Northern Uganda / Chris Dolan.
Forget Lenin: The Pinguero and the Jintero as the New Guides of the International Proletariat / David Forrest.
Deconstructing Domination: Gender Disempowerment and the Legacy of Colonialism and Apartheid in Omaheke, Namibia / Niki Kandirikirira.
Men in Women’s Groups: A Gender and Agency Analysis of Local Institutions / Helen Hambly Odame.
Boys Will Be Boys: Addressing the Social Construction of Gender / Marilyn Thomson.
Why Do Dogs Lick Their Balls? Gender, Desire and Change: A Case Study from Vietnam.
Targeting Men for a Change: AIDS Discourse and Activism in Africa / Janet Bujra

Connell, R. (2003a). Scrambling in the ruins of patriarchy: Neo-liberalism and men’s divided interests. in U. Pasero (ed), Gender: From costs to benefits, Westdeutscha, Verlag, Germany.

Connell, R.W. (2003). The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality. Consultant’s paper for ‘The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality’, Expert Group Meeting, organised by DAW in collaboration with ILO and UNAIDS, 21-24 October 2003, Brasilia, Brazil, <http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/egm/men-boys2003/Connell-bp.pdf>.

Critical Half. (2007). Special issue: Engaging Men in “Women’s Issues”: Inclusive approaches to gender and development. Vol. 5 No. 1, Winter. (http://www.womenforwomen.org/documents/CriticalHalf.pdf);
Involving Men in Gender Practice and Policy / M. Flood.
“Gender is Society”: Inclusive lawmaking in Rwanda’s Parliament / E. Powley and E. Pearson.
Combating Gender-Based Violence in Kenya: The experience of “Men for Gender Equality Now” / O. Miruka.
Gender Dynamics and HIV/AIDS: Engaging Ugandan men in disease prevention / A. Simoni.
Negotiating with Men to Help Women: The success of Somali women activists / S. Dini.
Women Are Not Islands: Engaging men to empower women / P.T. Morris.

Digby, Tom. (ed). (1998). Men Doing Feminism. New York & London: Routledge.

Edwards, Tim. (2006). Feminism: Men and feminism. Chapter 2 in Cultures of Masculinity. Routledge.

Erturk, Yakin. (2004). Considering the role of men in gender agenda setting: Conceptual and policy issues. Feminist Review, Volume 78, Number 1, pp. 3-21.

Esplen, E. (2006). Engaging Men in Gender Equality: Positive Strategies and Approaches. Overview and Annotated Bibliography, October. Brighton, UK: BRIDGE, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.Expert Group. (2003). The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality: Report of the Export Group Meeting, ‘The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality’, organised by DAW in collaboration with ILO and UNAIDS, 21-24 October 2003, Brasilia, Brazil.

Flood, Michael, and Bob Pease. (2006). Undoing Men’s Privilege and Advancing Gender Equality in Public Sector Institutions. Policy and Society, 24.

Flood, Michael. (1997). Responding to Men’s Rights. XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 7(2), Spring, pp. 37-40. [Copy available free from author]

Flood, Michael. (2003). Introducing Pro-feminism. URL: http://www.xyonline.net/misc/pffaq.html.

Flood, Michael. (2004). Men, Gender, and Development. Development Bulletin, No. 64, March 2004, pp. 26-30. [Copy available free from author]

Flood, Michael. (2004). Men’s Collective Struggles for Gender Justice: The case of anti-violence activism. In Handbook for Studies of Masculinities. Eds. M. Kimmel, R.W. Connell and J. Hearn. Sage (pp. 458-466).[Copy available free from author]

Flood, Michael. (2004). Men’s Roles in the Promotion of Gender Equality in the Asia-Pacific Region. United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) High-level Intergovernmental Meeting to Review Regional Implementation Of the Beijing Platform for Action, and its Regional and Global Outcomes. Bangkok, Thailand, 7-10 September. [Copy available free from author]

Girard, F. (2003). “My Father Didn’t Think This Way”: Nigerian Boys Contemplate Gender Equality. Quality/Calidad/Qualite No. 14. New York, NY: Population Council and International Women’s Health Coalition.

Goldrick-Jones, Amanda. (2002). Dismantling the Master’s House: Men Who Believe in Feminism. Greenwood Press.

Greig, Alan, and Dean Peacock (2005) Men as Partners Programme: Promising Practices Guide. EngenderHealth (Draft only).

Greig, Alan, Michael Kimmel, and James Lang. (2000). Men, Masculinities & Development: Broadening our Work Towards Gender Equality. Gender in Development Programme, UNDP: Gender in Development Monograph Series #10.

Harper Gil, and Asha Moodley. (eds.). (2005). Agenda, Special Focus: Gender, Culture and Rights.
Selected Contents;
Through men, by men, for men: Christianity and the quest for gender equality / Desmond Lesejane.
Youth, fathers and masculinity in South Africa today / Robert Morrell.
The role of men in the struggle for gender equality: possibilities for positive engagement / Bafana Khumalo.
Involving men in maternity care: health service delivery issues / Saiqa Mullick, Busi Kunene and Monica Wanjiru.
Creating spaces for men’s involvement in sexual and reproductive health / Mokgethi Tshabalala.
Redefining masculinity in the era of HIV/AIDS: Padare’s work on masculinity in Zimbabwe / Regis Munyaradzi Mtutu.
South African men care enough to act against HIV/AIDS and general inequality: the Men in Partnership act against HIV/AIDS (MIPAA) experience / Rabi Gobind.
Urgency and optimism: masculinities, gender equality and public health / Dean Peacock.

Hearn, Jeff. (2001). Men and Gender Equality: Resistance, Responsibilities and Reaching Out. Paper to Men and Gender Equality Meeting, 15-16 March, Örebro, Sweden (Swedish EU Presidency Calendar of Meetings).

Holter, Øystein Gullvåg (2003). Can men do it? Men and gender equality - the Nordic experience. Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers Nordiska ministerrådet.

hooks, bell. (2000). Feminist masculinity. Chapter 12, pp. 67-71, in Feminism Is For Everybody: Passionate Politics. London: Pluto Press.

ICRW and Instituto Promundo. (2007). Engaging Men and Boys to Achieve Gender Equality: How can we build on what we have learned? International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) and Instituto Promundo.

Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG) (2003). Involving Men to address Gender Inequities. Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG), Subcommittee on Men and Reproductive Health, July.

Jensen, Robert. (1998). Men’s Lives and Feminist Theory. In Conway-Turner, Kate et.al. (eds.). Women’s Studies in Transition: The Pursuit of Interdisciplinarity. Newark: University of Delaware Press (first published in Race, Gender, and Class, 2(2), Winter 1995).

Jensen, Robert. (2004). Homecoming: The Relevance of Radical Feminism for Gay Men. Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 47, Iss. 3/4, August.

Johnson, Allan G. (2001). Privilege, Power, and Difference.

Jones, David M. (2001). “Women’s lib,” gender theory, and the politics of home: How I became a black male feminist. Feminist Teacher; 13(3), pp. 213-224.

Kaufman, Michael. (2003). The AIM Framework: Addressing and involving men and boys to promote gender equality and end gender discrimination and violence. UNICEF, March 31, <http://www.michaelkaufman.com/articles/pdf/the-aim-framework.pdf> (Accessed online, 3 February 2004).

Kempe, Jouni. (ed.). (2000). Men’s viewpoints on gender equality. Equality publications 2000: 5. Helsinki, Finland: Council for Equality, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health.

Langvasbraten, T., and M. Teigen. (2006). Fostering Caring Masculinities. Institute of Social Reseach, Oslo.

Law, I. (2000). Adopting the Principle of Pro-Feminism. In M. Adams and others. (eds.), Readings for Diversity and Social Justice. New York: Routledge.

Marecek, J. (2000). Men, Masculinity and Feminism. Feminism & Psychology, November, vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 505-510.

Messner, M., and N. Solomon, N. (2007). Social Justice and men’s interests: The case of Title IX. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 162-78.

Messner, Michael A. (1997). Profeminist Engagements: Radical and Socialist Feminist Men’s Movements. In Politics of Masculinities: Men in Movements. University of Southern California: Sage Publications.

Ms Magazine. (1997). Special Issue: Do Men Get It?. Vol. VIII No. 3, November/December.
Includes;
Real Men Join the Movement / Kimmel, Michael.
Can Men Take Responsibility for the Patriarchy? / Johnson, Allan G.
Ms roundtable: Men Talk About Women, Feminism, Fatherhood, and Masculinity.

Nordic Council of Ministers. (ed.). (2006). Possibilities and Challenges? – Men’s Reconciliation of Work and Family Life, Conference Report, Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers.

Peacock, Dean. (2003). Building on a Legacy of Social Justice Activism: Enlisting men as gender justice activists in South Africa. Men and Masculinities 5(3), January, pp. 325-328.

Pease, Bob. (2002). (Re)Constructing Men’s Interests. Men and Masculinities, 5(2), October, pp. 165-177.

Population Council. (ed.). (2003). “My Father Didn’t Think This Way”: Nigerian boys contemplate gender equality. Quality, No. 14, New York: The Population Council.

Porter, David. (ed). (1992). Between Men and Feminism. London & New York: Routledge.

Pulerwitz, J., G. Barker, and M. Segundo. (2004). Promoting Healthy Relationships and HIV/STI Prevention for Young Men: Positive Findings from an Intervention Study in Brazil. Horizons Research Update. Washington, DC: Population Council.

Ravindra, R. P., Harish Sadani, S. N. Mukund, and V. M.Geetali. (eds.). (2007). Breaking the Moulds: Indian men look at patriarchy looking at men. Delhi: Books for Change.

Ruxton, Sandy (ed). (2004). Gender Equality and Men: Learning from Practice. Oxford: Oxfam GB.
Includes;
Introduction / Sandy Ruxton.
Transforming Our Interventions For Gender Equality by Addressing and Involving Men and Boys / Michael Kaufman.
How do we know if men have changed? Promoting and Measuring Attitude Change with Young Men. Lessons from Program ‘H’ in Latin America / Gary Barker et al.
Strategies and Approaches to Enhance the Role of Men and Boys in Gender Equality: A Case Study from Yemen / Magda El Sanousi.
What Do Men Think about Gender Equality? Reflections of Oxfam GB staff in Delhi and Dhaka / Sharon Rogers.
Men as Partners: Lessons Learned from Engaging Men in Clinics and Communities / Manisha Mehta, Dean Peacock, and Lissette Bernal.
Evolving the Gender Agenda – The Responsibilities and Challenges for Development Organisations / James Lang and Sue Smith.
Masculinities: Resistance and Change / Benno de Keijzer.
The Things They Didn’t Tell You about Working with Men in Gender Workshops / Maree Keating.
“How do you eat between harvests?”: Engaging men in Gender and Livelihoods / Thalia Kidder.
Fatherwork in the Caribbean: Examples of Support for Men’s Work in relation to Family Life / Janet Brown.
Addressing Men’s Role in Family Violence: The Experience of Sakhli / Rusudan Pkharkadze and Nana Khoshtaria.
Taking the Bull by the Horns: Working with young men on HIV/Aids in South Africa / Gaetane le Grange.
“Liberation for everyone, not just men”: A case study of the Men’s Association against Violence (AMKV) in Timor Leste / Mario De Araujo.
Mainstreaming a Male Perspective into UK Regeneration / Cinnamon Bennett.
Conclusion / Sandy Ruxton.

Schacht, Steven P., and Doris W. Ewing. (2004). Feminism With Men: Bridging the gender gap. Roman and Littlefield.

Siyanda Update. (2008). Quick Guide: Men, Gender and Power, Issue No. 65, May:
Politicising Masculinities: Beyond the Personal, Esplen, E and Greig, A., March 2008.
Militarised and Religious: the Double-bind Confronting Ugandan Men, Dolan, C., October 2007.
Masculinities, Power and the Epidemic: Messages of Social Research, Connell, R., October 2007.
“Bring Me My Machine Gun”: Contesting Patriarchy and Rape Culture in the Wake of the Jacob Zuma Rape Trial, Peacock, D. and Khumalo, B., October 2007.
Careful Interventions: Masculinity and the Condom Crisis, Lewis, J., October 2007.
Changing Masculinities in Nicaragua: A Community Based Approach, Welsh, P., October 2007.
The Individual and the Political: Promundo’s Evolving Approaches in Engaging Young Men in Transforming Masculinities, Barker, G., Nascimento, M., Ricardo, C. and Segundo, M., October 2007.

Tarrant, Shira. (ed.). (2007). Men Speak Out: Views on gender, sex, and power. Routledge.
Introduction.
Section 1: Masculinity and Identity.
1. Daytona Beach: Beyond Beats and Rhymes 2. The Real Slim Shady 3. The Enemy Within: On Becoming a Straight White Guy 4. Redefining Manhood: Resisting Sexism 5. Straight Guys Can Dance, Too 6. Stepping Out of Bounds 7. Hombres y Machos.
Section 2: Sexuality. 8. Just a John?: Pornography and Men’s Choices 9. Staring at Janae’s Legs 10. Trying to be Sexy and Anti-Sexist … at Exactly the Same Time 11. Bye-Bye Bi?: Bailey, Biphobia, and Girlie-Men 12. Darker Shades of Queer: Race and Sexuality at the Margins 13. Let us be Seen 14. How We Enter
Section 3: Feminism.
15. How Two aspiring Pornographers Turned Me into the Ultimate F Word 16. Exposed in Iraq: Sexual Harassment and Hidden Rank Structure of the U. S. Army 17. Why I am not a Feminist 18. Preaching to the Choir 19. The Starbucks Intervention 20. This is What a Feminist Looks Like 21. From Oppressor to activist: Reflections of a Feminist Journey 22. It’s Just Common Sense.
Section 4: Points and Perspectives.
23. Abandoning the Barricades: Or How I became a Feminist 24. Confessions of a Premature Pro-Feminist 25. Learning From Women 26. A Tribute to my Father 27. Playground Vertigo 28. Judging Fathers: The Case for Gender-Neutral Standards 29. What’s Wrong With Fathers’ Rights? 30. Engendering the Classroom: Experiences of a Man in Women’s and Gender Studies 31. Gender in Jakarta: Lessons on Discourse and Disparity.
Section 5: Taking Action, Making Change.
32. Sport, Strong Women, and Feminist Epiphanies 33. Violation 34. Steel-Toed Boots 35. Men’s Manifest 36. Breaking the Silence One Mile at a Time 37. Being a Social Justice Ally: A Feminist’s Perspective on Preventing Male Violence 38. Good Ol’ Boy: A Tale of Transformation in the Rural South 39. How Can I be Sexist?: I’m an Anarchist!

Varanka, Jouni, Antti Närhinen, and Reetta Siukola. (eds.) (2006). Men and Gender Equality - towards progressive policies: Conference Report. Helsinki, Finland: Reports of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, 2006: 75.

Verma, Ravi K., Julie Pulerwitz, Vaishali Mahendra, Sujata Khandekar, Gary Barker, P. Fulpagare, and S.K. Singh. (2006). Challenging and changing gender attitudes among young men in Mumbai, India. Reproductive Health Matters, 14(28).

Whelehan, Imelda. (1995). Men in Feminism. Chapter 8 in Modern Feminist Thought. New York: New York University Press.

White, A. M. (2006). African American Feminist Masculinities: Personal Narratives of Redemption, Contamination, and Peak Turning Points. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 46(3): 255-280.

White, V., M. Greene, and E. Murphy. (2003). Men and Reproductive Health Programs: Influencing Gender Norms. Washington, DC: Synergy Project.

Whitehead, Stephen M. (2002). The Personal and the Political: Men and feminism. Chapter 2 in Men and Masculinities: Key Themes and New Directions. Cambridge: Polity Press.

World Health Organization (Gary Barker, Christine Ricardo, and Marcos Nascimento). (2007). Engaging Men and Boys in Changing Gender-Based Inequity in Health: Evidence from programme interventions. Geneva: World Health Organization.

 

(b) Further works

-. (1984). Special Issue of Women’s Studies International Forum. Men and Sex; a Case Study in Sexual Sexual Politics. 7(1)
Includes;
Editorial Introduction / Wise, Sue and Stanley, Liz.
Male Sexual Politics and Men’s Gender Practice / Pearson, Clive.
Anti-Sexist Men: A Case of Cloak-and-Dagger Chauvinism / Hester, Marianne.
Refusing to Be a Man / Stoltenberg, John.

Adu-Poku, Samuel. (2001). Envisioning (Black) Male Feminism: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. Journal of Gender Studies, Volume 10, Number 2, July, pp. 157-167.

Arrows for Change: Women’s and Gender Perspectives in Health Policies and Programs. (2003). Special issue: Understanding Men’s Responsibilities in Addressing Gender Inequality. Vol. 9 No. 2. Kuala Lumpur: Asian-Pacific Resource & Research Centre for Women (ARROW).

Astrachan, Anthony. (1990). Dividing Lines: Men’s Response to Women’s Demands for Equality and Power. In Ruth, Sheila. (ed.). Issues in Feminism: An Introduction to Women’s Studies, Mountain View, CA: Mayfield Publishing Company.

Bedford, K. (2007). The Imperative of Male Inclusion: How Institutional Context Influences World Bank Gender Policy. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 9(3): 289 - 311.

Bell, Tony, and Sam Diener. Pro-Feminism: Men’s Nonviolent Approach to Feminism. (part of the War Resisters League Packet).

Blood, Peter et. al. (1983). Understanding and Fighting Sexism: A Call to Men. In Men Against Patriarchy Off Their Backs… And On Our Own Two Feet. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers.

Briscoe, M., and E. Adams (1971). Men’s Role in Women’s Liberation. In E. Adams and M. Briscoe, (eds.). Up Against the Wall Mother, Glencoe Press.

Broido, E. M. (2000). The Development of Social Justice Allies During College: A Phenomenological Investigation. Journal of College Student Development, 41, 3-18.

Caine, Barbara. (1997). Men in Feminism: William Thompson and the Unitarian Radicals. In English Feminism, 1780-1980. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press.

Cazés, Daniel. (1981). Memoria De mi Relación Con el Feminismo y las Feministas (A Memoir of my Relationship with Feminism and the Feminists). In Revista Fem, México.

Cazés, Daniel. (1997). El Feminismo y los Hombres (Feminism and the Men). In Revista Universidad De México.

Chambers, C. (2005). Masculine domination, radical feminism and change. Feminist Theory, 6(3): 325-346.

Chant, Sylvia, and Matthew Gutmann. (2005). Men-streaming’ gender? Questions for gender and development policy in the 21st Century. In Anthropology of development and globalisation: from classical political economy to contemporary neoliberalism. Ed. Haugerud, A.; Edelman, M. Blackwell, pp. 240-249.

Chapman, R. (1988). The Great Pretender: Variations on the New Man Theme. In Rowena Chapman and Jonathan Rutherford, (eds.). Male Order - Unwrapping Masculinity. London: Lawrence & Wishart.

Cline, S., and D. Spender. (1987). Reflecting Men at Twice Their Natural Size. Andre Deutsch.

Cockburn, Cynthia. (1988). Masculinity, the Left and Feminism. In Rowena Chapman and Jonathan Rutherford, (eds.). Male Order - Unwrapping Masculinity. London: Lawrence & Wishart.

Cohan, Mark. (1997). Political Identities and Political Landscapes: Men’s Narrative Work in Relation to Women’s Issues. Sociological Quarterly, 38(2), Spring.

Connell, R.W. (1993). Men and the Women’s Movement. Social Policy, 23(4), Summer.

Connell, R.W. (1995). Men Should Support Feminism. In Wekesser, Carol. (ed.). Feminism: Opposing Viewpoints, San Diego: Greenhaven Press

Connell, R.W. (1996). Politics of Changing Men. Arena Journal, no. 6: 53-72.

Connell, R.W. (1997). Men, Masculinities and Feminism. Social Alternatives, 16(3) July.

Cornish, P. A. (1997). Understanding Pro-feminist Male Experiences: A Model of Personal Change and Social Transformation. Unpublished Doctoral dissertation, University of Saskatchewan.

Coulter, Rebecca P. (2003). Boys Doing Good: Young men and gender equity. Educational Review, 55(2).

Cox, Ana Marie. (1997). Masculinity Without Men: Women Reconciling Feminism and Male-Identification. In Heywood, L. and Drake, J. (eds.). Third Wave Agenda: Being Feminist, Doing Feminism, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Crean, J. (1981). Consciousness Raising Groups for Men. In Lewis, Robert A. (ed.). Men in Difficult Times. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Curthoys, A. (1976). Men and Childcare in the Feminist Utopia. Refractory Girl, March.

Daley, M. (1973). For Us and Against Us: Males and Women’s Liberation. Social Policy, November/December.

Davis, Tracy L., and Rachel Wagner. (2005). Increasing Men’s Development of Social Justice Attitudes and Actions. New Directions for Student Services, Volume 2005, Issue 110, Summer, Pages: 29-41.

Delphy, Christine. (1984). Our Friends and Ourselves. Ch. 7 in Close to Home: A Materialist Analysis of Women’s Oppression. University of Massachussetts Press.

Douglas, Peter. (1994). ‘New Men’ and the Tensions of Profeminism. Social Alternatives, 12(4), January.

Dowsett, Gary. (1993). I’ll Show You Mine, If You’ll Show Me Yours: Gay Men, Masculinity Research, Men’s Studies, and Sex. Theory and Society, 22 (Also Reprinted in On The Level, 3(4), October 1995).

Edley, Nigel, and Margaret Wetherell. (1995). Feminism and the Politics of Masculinity. Chapter 6 in Men in Perspective: Practice, Power and Identity. London: Prentice-Hall.

Edley, Nigel, and Margaret Wetherell. (2001). Jekyll and Hyde: Men’s Constructions of Feminism and Feminists. Feminism & Psychology, November, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 439-457.

Edwards, Tim. (1993). Erotics and Politics: Gay Male Sexuality, Masculinity, and Feminism. New York: Routledge.

Erlich, C. (1977). The Reluctant Patriarchs. In Snodgrass, Jon. (ed.). For Men Against Sexism, Albion CA, Times Change Press.

Flood, Michael. (1995). Activism 101. XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 5(1), Autumn.

Flood, Michael. (2004). Backlash: Angry men’s movements. In S. E. Rossi. (ed.), The battle and backlash rage on: Why feminism cannot be obsolete (pp. 261-278). Philadelphia, PA: Xlibris Press. [Copy available free from author]

Forbes, D. (1987). Difficult Loves. In Buchbinder, Howard, Burstyn, Varda, Forbes, Dinah and Steedman, Mercedes. (1987). Who’s On Top? The Politics of Heterosexuality. Toronto: Garamond

Franks, H. (1984). Goodbye Tarzan: Men After Feminism. George Allen & Unwin

French, Kate. (1995). Men and Locations of Power: Why move over? In Gender, Culture and Organisational Change: Putting Theory Into Practice, ed. Catherine Itzin and Janet Newman. London: Routledge.

Friedman, Scarlet, and Elizabeth Sarah. (eds.). (1982). On the Problem of Men. London: Women’s Press;
(especially) Sarah, Elizabeth. Introduction.
Leonard, D. Male Feminists and Divided Women.
Bradshaw, J. Now What Are They Up To? Men in the ‘Men’s Movement’!.
Stanley, L. ‘Male Needs’: The Problems and Problems of Working With Gay Men.
Sebesteyen, A. Sexual Assumptions in the Women’s Movement.

Fuller, Bob, and Stephen Fisher. (1998). A Decade of Profeminist Activism: A Brief History of Men Against Sexual Assault. Community Quarterly, No. 46, June, pp. 3-7.

Funk, Rus Ervin. (1997). Men in Feminism. Feminista (online journal), http://www.feminista.com/v1n4/malefem.html

Gilding, Michael. (1982). Men’s Groups: Their Radical Possibilities. Gay Information, 9/10.

Godenzi, Alberto. (1999). Style or Substance: Men’s Response to Feminist Challenge. Men and Masculinities, 1(4), April, pp. 385-392.

Goldrick-Jones, Amanda. (1998). Politics and Profeminisms Across the Pond. (in England and North America) Achilles Heel, No. 23, Summer/Autumn.

Goldrick-Jones, Amanda. (2001). Pessimism, Paralysis, and Possibility: Crisis-Points in Profeminism. Journal of Men’s Studies, Vol. 9, No. 3, Spring: 323-339.

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Includes: White, Michael Men’s Culture, the Men’s Movement, and the Constitution of Men’s Lives (First Published 1992, Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No’s 3 & 4).
Tamasese, Kiri and Waldegrave, Charles Cultural and Gender Accountability in the Just Therapy Approach (First Published 1993, Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 5(2). Reprinted 1994, Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No’s 2 & 3).
Law, Ian Adopting the Principle of Pro-feminism (First Published 1992, Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No’s 3 & 4).
Hall, Rob Partnership Accountability (First Published 1992, Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No’s 3 & 4).

Men and Gender Equality - towards progressive policies, An expert conference on gender equality under Finland’s EU Presidency on 5 - 6 October 2006.
Men and Gender Equality Policy: English summary of the Finnish strategy document on men and gender equality policy;
Keynote Speeches;
Men and Gender Equality in Different Parts of the EU / Jeff Hearn, Iva SmÌdov.
Gendering Men: Implications for Gender Equality / Bob Pease.
Prevention of Violence in Spain / Elisa Nieto.
Presentations by working group members:
Working group 1 - Reduction of Segregation in Education and Training: the Role of Men / Duncan Fisher, Janne Hypponen.
Working group 2 - Gender Mainstreaming in Health Policies and Practices / Alan White, Vasco Prazeres.
Working group 3 - Violence and Men / Ingrid Bellander Todino, Maria Eriksson, Minna Piispa, Ralf Pucher.
Working group 4 - Men and Reconciliation of Work and Family Life: Visions for Future / Hugo Swinnen, Marusa Gortn, Yves Roland.

Miller, Diane H. (1998). Freedom to Differ: The shaping of the gay and lesbian struggle for civil rights. New York & London: New York University Press. (On gay men and feminism).

Morgan, David. (1992). Men and Feminism. In Discovering Men. London: Routledge

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Newton Poling, J., C. Grundy, and H. Min. (2002). Men helping men to become pro-feminist. Journal of Religion & Abuse, 4(3): 107-122.

Newton, Judith and Stacey, Judith. (1997). The Men We Left Behind Us: Narratives Around and About Feminism from White, Leftwing, Academic Men. In Long, Elizabeth. (ed.). From Sociology to Cultural Studies: New Perspectives, Malden, MA: Blackwell.

On the Road to Healing… A Booklet for Men Against Sexism. 2002.
Tools for White Guys who are Working for Social Change and other people socialized in a society based on domination / Chris Crass.
A Tribute to My Father / Chris Dixon.
Demands of Men: a list of demands from women that arose from discussions at a recent statewide gender liberation conference held for the activist community / Chris Crass.
A Few Good Men / Loolwa Khazoom.
Objections to Objectifications / Cameron Bustamante.
Faggot! / Donald Cavanaugh.
Why I Joined the Navy / Tony Switzer.
The Cult of Manhood / Jeff Ott.
honey n vinegar/my first butch / Ahimsa Timoteo Bodhran.
Target Practice / Ahimsa Timoteo Bodhran.
just a few days ago i was attacked / basil.
capitalism and its effects / basil.
poem / billie rain.
Everyday anti-sexism / Michael Flood.

Pease, Bob. (1996). Reforming Men: Masculine Subjectivities and the Politics and Practices of Profeminism. PhD thesis. Melbourne: Graduate School of Social Work, Faculty of Social Sciences, La Trobe University (See especially, Chapter 2, Epistemology and Methodology: Researching Men’s Subjectivities and Practices).

Pease, Bob. (1997). Constructing Profeminist Subjectivities and Practices. Paper to Conference, Masculinities: Renegotiating Genders. University of Wollongong, 20 June.

Pease, Bob. (1997). Men and Sexual Politics: Towards a Profeminist Practice. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.
Includes;
Men’s Groups: Limitations and Political Potential.
Men’s Festivals: Experiencing the Contradictions.
Men Against Sexual Assault: Organising Men Against Sexual Violence.
Patriarchy Awareness Education: Education to Make a Difference.

Pease, Bob. (2006). Governing men and boys in public policy in Australia. In Analysing Social Policy: A Governmental Approach. Greg Marston, and Catherine McDonald, (eds). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar: 127-143.

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Riley, S. (2001). Maintaining Power: Male Constructions of ‘Feminists’ and ‘Feminist Values’. Feminism & Psychology. 11(1 Special Issue SI):55-78, Feb.

Robinson, P. W. (2002). Ethical Erections? Politics and Desire in Discursive Constructions of the Profeminist Sexual Self: National Library of Canada= Bibliothque nationale du Canada.

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Schacht, Steven P., and Doris Ewing. (1997). The Many Paths of Feminism: Can Men Travel Any of Them?. Journal of Gender Studies, 6(2), pp. 159-176.

Schueller, Jane, William Finger, and Gary Barker. (2005). Boys and Changing Gender Roles: Emerging Programme Approaches Hold Promise in Changing Gender Norms and Behaviours among Boys and Young Men. YouthNet, ‘YouthLens on Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS’, No. 16, August.

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Sexual Health Exchange. (2005). Theme: Men, sex and power, No. 2;
Men, sex and power: Engaging men in achieving gender equality and sexual and reproductive health.
Does men’s involvement work? Evidence from evaluated interventions.
Promoting gender equity among young men.
Fostering alternative views of male identity among boys in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Using edutainment and social acitivites to challenge machismo in Nicaragua.
Male identity, poverty and reproductive health in Namibia.
Behind the bars of South African prisons.
Men who have sex with men and disempowerment in South Asia.

Sharik, Lisa. (2000). Feminism and Men: Exploring the lived experiences of men involved with feminism. Honours Thesis. St Catharines, Ontario: Dept of Women’s Studies, Brock University.

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Social Alternatives. (1997). Special Issue: Masculinity Politics, 16(3), July
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Masculinity Politics: An Introduction / Lingard, Bob and Mills, Martin.
Men, Masculinities and Feminism / Connell, R.W.
Pro-Feminist Publishing: Delights and Dilemmas / Flood, Michael.
Masculinity and Social Change: Rethinking Sexual Politics / Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin and Haywood, Chris.

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Steiner, Claude. (1978). Feminism for Men (Part II). Issues in Radical Therapy, No. 22, Spring

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Magazines

Achilles Heel (UK)
Activist Men’s Journal (USA)
Body Politic (UK)
Changing Men (defunct since 1994) (formerly M: Gentle Men for Gender Justice)
Voice Male (magazine of the Men’s Resource Centre of Western Massachussetts)
Working With Men (UK)
XY: Men, Sex, Politics. (1990 - 1999

(c) Feminist activism, gender and policy, gender mainstreaming, etc.

Adams, V., and S. L. Pigg. (eds). (2005). Sex in Development: Science, Sexuality, and Morality in Global Perspective. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Alston, M. (2006). Gender Mainstreaming in Practice: A View from Rural Australia. NWSA Journal, 18(2): 123-147.

Babacan, Hurriyet (2004) ‘Women hold up half the sky’: gender mainstreaming and women’s inequality in Australia. Development Bulletin (Canberra), no. 64, Mar: 49-52.

Bacchi, Carol, and Joan Eveline (2003) Mainstreaming and neoliberalism: a contested relationship. Policy and Society, v.22, no.2, Dec: (98)-118.Bacchi, Carol, and Toni Schofield. (eds.) (2005) Policy and Society, Special Issue Reinventing Gender Equality and the Political, 24(4).

Baumgardner, J., and A. Richards. (2005). Grassroots: A field guide for feminist activism. New York, N. Y.: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Beveridge, Fiona, Sue Nott, and Kylie Stephen. (eds.). (2000). Making Women Count: Integrating gender into law and policy-making. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Includes;
Setting the Scene: The Why, What and How of Promoting Equality between the Sexes / Fiona Beveridge, Sue Nott, and Kylie Stephen.
Same Song-Different Tunes: A Lesson in Harmony Singing? / Fiona Beveridge.
Catalysts for Change? The Effectiveness of State Agencies in Promoting Equality / Kylie Stephen.
Accentuating the Positive: Alternative Strategies for Promoting Gender Equality / Sue Nott.
Moving Forward with Mainstreaming / Fiona Beveridge, Sue Nott, and Kylie Stephen.

Boehmer, U., and I. NetLibrary. (2000). The personal and the political: Women’s activism in response to the breast cancer and AIDS epidemics. Albany, N. Y.: State University of New York Press.

Campbell, N. (1998) Recovering Public Policy, Beyond Self-Interest to a Situated Feminist Ethics. pp. 224-39 in B. Bar On and A. Ferguson (eds) Daring to Be Good: Essays in Feminist Ethico-Politics. New York: Routledge.

Chappell, L. (2002). Gendering Government: Feminist Engagement with the State in Aus¬tralia and Canada. Vancouver, BC, and Toronto, ON: UBC Press.

Chappell, Louise. (2002). Gendering Government: Feminist Engagement with the State in Aus¬tralia and Canada. Vancouver, BC, and Toronto, ON: UBC Press.

Charles, Nickie. (2000). Feminism, the State, and Social Policy. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan.

Chetkovich, Carol (2004). Women’s Agency in a Context of Oppression: Assessing Strategies for Personal Action and Public Policy. Hypatia, Fall, Vol. 19, Iss. 4.

Daly, M.E. (2005). Gender Mainstreaming in Theory and Practice. Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society, 12(3): 433-450.Department for International Development (DFID). (2007). Gender equality action plan 2007-2009: making faster progress to gender equality. Department for International Development (DFID), UK.

Fincher, Ruth, and Ruth Panelli. (2001). Making Space: Women’s urban and rural activism and the Australian state. Gender, Place and Culture, Volume 8, Number 2, June, pp. 129-148.

Goetz, A. M. (1997). Getting Institutions Right for Women in Development. New York: Zed Books.

Guerrilla Girls (Group of artists), C. Jacobsen, C., Media Union (University of Michigan), and University of Michigan. (2003). Guerrilla girls, art activists. [Ann Arbor, MI]: Produced by the University of Michigan Media Union Library: Regents of the University of Michigan.

Guerrina, Roberta (2003) Gender, mainstreaming and the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. Policy, Organisation and Society, v.22, no.1, June: (97)-115.

Hancock, Linda. (ed.). (1999). Women, Public Policy and the State. South Yarrra, VIC: Centre for Public Policy.

Hawthorne, Susan (2004) The political uses of obscurantism: gender mainstreaming and intersectionality. Development Bulletin (Canberra), no.64, Mar: 87-91.

Heywood Leslie., and J. Drake. (1997). Third wave agenda: Being feminist, doing feminism. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Jaquette, J., and G. Summerfield. (eds). (2006). Women and Gender Equity in Development Theory and Practice: Institutions, Resources, and Mobilization. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Kabeer, N. (1994). Reversed Realities: Gender Hierarchies in Development Thought. New York: Verso.

Kabeer, N., and R. Subrahmanian. (eds). (2000). Institutions, Relations, and Outcomes: Frameworks and Case Studies for Gender-Aware Planning. London: Zed Books.

Kuiper, E., and D. Barker. (2006). Feminist Economics and the World Bank: History, Theory and Policy. New York: Routledge.

Lombardo, E. (2005). Integrating or Setting the Agenda? Gender Mainstreaming in the European Constitution-Making Process. Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society, 12(3): 412-432.

Long, C. (2003). The Advocate’s Guide to Promoting Gender Equality at the World Bank. Washington, DC: Women’s Edge.

Mazur, Amy G. (2002). Theorizing Feminist Policy. Oxford University Press.

Mazur, Amy. (ed.). (2001). State Feminism, Women’s Movements, and Job Training: Making Democracies Work in the Global Economy. New York and London: Routledge.

Moser, C. (2005). An Introduction to Gender Audit Methodology: Its Design and Implementation in DFID Malawi. London: Overseas Development Institute.

Moser, C. (2005). Has Gender Mainstreaming Failed? A comment on international development agency experiences in the South. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 7:4 December, 576-590.

Mukhopadhyay, M., F. Wong, and J. Dasgupta. (2007). Revisiting Gender Training: The Making and Remaking of Gender Knowledge - A Global Sourcebook. Royal Tropical Institute.

Naples, Nancy A. (ed.). (1998). Community Activism and Feminist Politics: Organizing Across Race, Class, and Gender. New York: Routledge
Contents: Introduction: Women’s Community Activism and Feminist Activist Research / Nancy A. Naples -- Ch. 1. Whose Feminism, Whose History?: Reflections on Excavating the History of (the) US Women’s Movement(s) / Sherna Berger Gluck, Maylei Blackwell and Sharon Cotrell [et. al.] -- Ch. 2. Women’s Culture and Lesbian Feminist Activism: A Reconsideration of Cultural Feminism / Verta Taylor and Leila J. Rupp -- Ch. 3. Reconceptualizing Agency in Domestic Violence Court / Judith Wittner -- Ch. 4. Conversation, Research, and Struggles Over Schooling in an African American Community / Susan Parkison Stern -- Ch. 5. Challenging Power: Toxic Waste Protests and the Politicization of White, Working-Class Women / Celene Krauss -- Ch. 6. Producing the Battered Woman: Shelter Politics and the Power of the Feminist Voice / Karen Kendrick -- Ch. 7. Navigating the Anti-Immigrant Wave: The Korean Women’s Hotline and the Politics of Community / Lisa Sun-Hee Park. Ch. 8. Latina Immigrant Women and Paid Domestic Work: Upgrading the Occupation / Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo -- Ch. 9. Class, Gender, and Resistance in the Appalachian Coalfields / Virginia Rinaldo Seitz -- Ch. 10. Gender, Race, and Community Activism: Competing Strategies in the Struggle for Public Education / Carolyn Howe -- Ch. 11. ‘The Community Needs to be Built by Us’: Women Organizing in Chicago Public Housing / Roberta M. Feldman, Susan Stall and Patricia A. Wright -- Ch. 12. Creating Community: Mexican American Women in Eastside Los Angeles / Mary Pardo -- Ch. 13. Work, Politics, and Coalition Building: Hmong Women’s Activism in a Central California Town / Sharon Bays -- Ch. 14. Women’s Community Activism: Exploring the Dynamics of Politicization and Diversity / Nancy A. Naples.

Naples, Nancy A., and Manisha Desai. (eds.). (2002). Women’s Activism and Globalization: Linking Local Struggles and Transnational Politics. New York: Routledge.

Outshoorn, Joyce, and Johanna Kantola. (eds.). (2007). Changing State Feminism: Women’s Policy Agencies Confront Shifting Institutional Terrain. Palgrave Macmillan.
Introduction; J.Kantola & J.Outshoorn
Australia: The Fall of the Femocrat; M.Sawer
What Happened to the Model Student? Austrian State Feminism since the 1990s; B.Sauer
State Feminism and Women’s Movements in Belgium: Complex Patterns in a Multi-Level System; K.Celis & P.Meier
State Feminism Finnish Style: Strong Policies Clash with Implementation Problems; A.M.Holli & J.Kantola
Women’s Policy Agencies, Women’s Movements and a Shifting Political Context: Toward a Gendered Republic in France?; A.Mazur
Gender Governance in Post-Unification Germany: Between Institutionalization, Deregulation and Privatization; S.Lang
Unfinished Business: Equality Policy and the Changing Context of State Feminism in Great Britain; J.Lovenduski
Women’s Policy Machinery in Italy between European Pressure and Domestic Constraints; M.Guadagnini & A.Donà
Dutch Decay: The Dismantling of the Women’s Policy Network in the Netherlands; J.Outshoorn & J.Oldersma
The Evolution of Spanish State Feminism: A Fragmented Landscape; M.Bustelo & C.Ortbals
Swedish State Feminism: Continuity and Change; C.Bergqvist, T.O.Blandy & D.Sainsbury
Women’s Policy Agencies and Climate Change in the US: The Era of Republican Dominance; D.E.McBride
Assessing Changes in State Feminism over the Last Decade; J.Outshoorn & J.Kantola

Outshoorn, Joyce. (ed.). (2004). The Politics of Prostitution: Women’s Movements, Democratic States, and the Globalization of Sex Commerce. Cambridge University Press.

Perrons, D. (2005). Gender Mainstreaming and Gender Equality in the New (Market) Economy: An Analysis of Contradictions. Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society, 12(3): 389-411.

Porter, Fenella, and Caroline Sweetman. (eds.). (2006). Mainstreaming Gender in Development: A Critical Review. Oxfam Focus on Gender Series.
Contents;
Gender mainstreaming since Beijing: a review of success and limitations in international institutions.
Gender mainstreaming or just more male-streaming? Experiences of popular participation in Bolivia.
Freedom for women: mainstreaming gender in the South Africa liberation struggle and beyond.
Gender mainstreaming in government offices in Thailand, Cambodia, and Laos: perspectives from below.
Is there life after gender mainstreaming?.
Re-thinking gender mainstreaming in African NGOs and communities.
Strategic gender mainstreaming in Oxfam GB.
NGOs, gender mainstreaming, and urban poor communities in Mumbai.
Resources:
Publications.
Websites.
Electronic resources.
Organizations.

Rai, Shirin M. (ed.). (2003). Mainstreaming Gender, Democratizing The State? Institutional Mechanisms For The Advancement Of Women. Manchester University Press.
Introduction / Shirin M. Rai.
Pt. I. Conceptual Frameworks.
1. Institutional mechanisms for the advancement of women: mainstreaming gender, democratizing the state? / Shirin M. Rai.
2. Gender mainstreaming: conceptual links tinstitutional machineries / Kathleen Staudt.
Pt. II. Comparative Analysis.
3. National women’s machinery: state-based institutions tadvocate for gender equality / Anne Marie Goetz.
4. National women’s machineries: structures and spaces / Nuket Kardam and Selma Acuner.
Pt. III. Case Studies.
5. The role of the women’s movement in institutionalizing a gender focus in public policy: the Ecuadorian experience / Silvia Vega Ugalde.
6. The National Commission on the Role of Filipina Women, the women’s movement and gender mainstreaming in the Philippines / Jurgette Honculada and Rosalinda Pineda Ofrene.
7. National machinery for gender equality in Sweden and other Nordic countries / Birgitta Aseskog.
8. Gender awareness and the national machineries in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe / Zuzana Jezerska.
9. The government of the United Kingdom: the Women’s National Commission / Wendy Stokes.
10. The national machinery for gender equality in Uganda: institutionalized gesture politics? / Joy C. Kwesiga.
11. The National Commission for Women: the Indian experience / Shirin M. Rai.
12. The life and times of women’s policy machinery in Australia / Marian Sawer.
Conclusion: looking forward / Shirin M. Rai.

Rubery, Jill (2005) Reflections on gender mainstreaming: An example of feminist economics in action? Feminist Economics, Volume 11, Number 3, November: 1-26.

Staudt, K. (2002). Dismantling the Master’s House with the Master’s Tools? Gender Work in and with Powerful Bureaucracies. In Saunders, K. (ed.) Feminist Post-Development Thought: Rethinking Modernity, Post-Colonialism and Representation, pp. 57-68. New York: Zed Books.

Staudt, Kathleen A. (1998). Policy, Politics & Gender: Women Gaining Ground. West Hartford, Conn.: Kumarian Press.
Contents;
Introduction: Crossing Boundaries and Acknowledging Support -- Pt. I. Understanding Contextual Settings. 1. Beginning Reflections on Language, Power, and Ethics. 2. Postwar Development: International Institutions Marginalize Women. 3. Women Engaging Public Affairs: Institutions Matter -- Pt. II. Analyzing Substantive Policies with a Gender Lens. 4. Education for Life and Capacitation. 5. Women’s Work: Central to Economies. 6. Population, Overconsumption, and Reproductive Health. 7. Public Safety, Peace, and Violence against Women -- Pt. III. Applying Context and Policy Analysis to Action. 8. Bringing Politics Back in: Institutional Contexts for Mainstreaming. 9. Institutional Strategies: Analyzing Political Contexts. 10. Engaging and Changing the Political Mainstream -- App. The United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women.

Stetson, D.M., and A. Mazur. (eds.). (1995). Comparative State Feminism. London: Sage.

Stetson, Dorothy McBride. (ed.). (2001). Abortion Politics, Women’s Movements and the Democratic State: A Comparative Study of State Feminism .Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Teghtsoonian, Katherine. (2004). Neoliberalism and gender analysis mainstreaming in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Australian Journal of Political Science, v.39, no.2, July: (267)-284.

Theobald S. et al. (2005). Engendering the bureaucracy? Challenges and opportunities for mainstreaming gender in Ministries of Health under sector-wide approaches. Health Policy and Planning, 20(3):141-149.

United Nations Research Institute for Social Development. (2005). Gender Equality: Striving for justice in an unequal world. Geneva, Switzerland: United Nations Research Institute for Social Development.

van der Vleuten, Anna. (2007). The Price of Gender Equality: Member states and governance in the European Union. Aldershot, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate.Verloo, M. (2005). Displacement and Empowerment: Reflections on the Concept and Practice of the Council of Europe Approach to Gender Mainstreaming and Gender Equality. Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society, 12(3): 344-365.

Walby, S. (2005). Gender Mainstreaming: Productive Tensions in Theory and Practice. Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society, 12(3): 321-343.

Watson, S. (1995) Reclaiming Social Policy. pp. 164-71 in B. Caine and R. Pringle (eds) Transitions: New Australian Feminisms. St Leonards, Australia: Allen and Unwin.

Watson, Sophie, and Leslie Doyal. (eds). (1999). Engendering Social Policy. Philadelphia, Penn.: Open University Press
Includes;
Introduction / Sophie Watson -- 1. The Changing Worlds of Work and Families / Hilary Land -- 2. Sex, Gender and Health: a New Approach / Lesley Doyal -- 3. City A/genders / Sophie Watson -- 4. ‘She’s There for me’: Caring in a rural Community / Imogen Taylor -- 5. Child Protection Policy and Practice: Women in the front Line / Elaine Farmer and Margaret Boushel -- 6. The Criminalization of Female Poverty / Christina Pantazis -- 7. Domestic Violence Policy in the 1990s / Gill Hague -- 8. Fatherhood, Children and Violence: Placing the UK in an International Context / Marianne Hester and Lynne Harne -- 9. Mainstreaming Equality / Teresa Rees -- 10. ‘Dangerous and Different’: Reconstructions of Madness in the 1990s and the Role of Mental Health Policy / Sarah Payne.

Women’s Studies Quarterly, Fall 2007. Vol. 35, Iss. 3/4; Special issue on Activism.

 

(d) General writing on social change work

Abdullah, Sharif M. (year?). The Power of One: Authentic Leadership in Turbulent Times. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers.

Agochiya, Devendra. (2002). Every Trainer’s Handbook. New Dehli: Sage.

Alinsky, S. D. (1971) Rules for Radicals. New York: Random House.

Anderson, Gary L., and Kathryn G. Herr. (eds.). (2007). Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Bishop, A. (2002). Becoming an Ally: Breaking the Cycle of Oppression in People. (2nd ed.) Halifax, Nova Scotia: Fernwood.

Bobo, Kim, Jackie Kendall, and Steve Max. (1991). Organising for Social Change: A Manual for Activists in the 1990s. Washington: Seven Locks Press.

Brandow, Karen, Jim McDonnell, and Vocations for Social Change. (1981). No Bosses Here! A Manual on Working Collectively and Cooperatively. Boston: Alyson Publications/Vocations for Social Change (2nd edition).

Bryant, C., and C. Kappaz. (2005). Reducing poverty, building peace. Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press.

Bystydzienski, Jill M., and Steven P. Schacht. (eds). (2001). Forging Radical Alliances Across Difference: Coalition Politics for the New Millennium. Rowan & Littlefield.

Coover, Virginia, Ellen Deacon, Charles Esser, and Christopher Moore. (1985). Resource Manual for a Living Revolution. Philadelphia: New Society Publishers.

Cullen, Peter. (1991). No is Not an Answer: Lobbying for Success. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Daloz, L. A. P., Keen, C. H., Keen, J. P., and Parks, S. D. (1996) Common Fire: Leading lives of commitment in a complex world. Boston: Beacon Press.

Ernst, Sheila, and Lucy Goodison. (1981). In Our Own Hands: A Book of Self-Help Therapy. London: The Women’s Press.

Felshin, Nina. (ed.). (1995). But Is It Art? The Spirit of Art as Activism. Seattle: Bay Press (especially e.g. Essoglou, Tracy Ann Louder than Words: A WAC chronicle).

Fisher, R. (1984) Let the People Decide: Neighborhood organizing in America. Boston: Twayne.

Frangi and Fletcher. (2000). So You Want Media Coverage.

Freire, P. (1972) Pedagogy of the Oppressed. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

Gastil, John. (year?). Democracy in Small Groups: Participation, Decision-making and Communication. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers.

George, S. (2004) Another World is Possible if... London: Verso.

Gowan, Susan, George Lakey, William Moyer, and Richard Taylor. (1976). Moving Toward a New Society. Philadelphia: New Society Press.

Green, Tova and Woodrow, Peter. (year?). Insight and Action: How to Discover and Support a Life of Integrity and Commitment to Change. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers.

Guijt, Irene. (2008). Critical Readings on Assessing and Learning for Social Change: A Review. The Institute of Development Studies, UK.

Halpin, M. (2004). It’s Your World- if you don’t like it, change it: Activism for teenagers. New York: Simon Pulse.

Harper, Charles. (1993). Exploring Social Change.

Hedemann, E. (Ed.) (1986). War Resisters League Organizer’s Manual (rev. ed.). New York: War Resisters League.

Jensen, R. (2001). Writing Dissent: Taking Radical Ideas from the Margins to the Mainstream. Peter Lang Publishing.

Jones, E. (2007). The better world handbook: Small changes that make a big difference. Canada: New Society.

Jordan, T. (2002) Activism! Direct action, hactivism and the future of society. London: Reaktion Books.

Kaner, Sam. (1996). The Facilitator’s Guide to Participatory Decision Making. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers.

Karoff, H. P., and J. Maddox. (2006). The world we want: New dimensions in philanthropy and social change. Lanham, MD: Altamira Press.

Kazymerchyk, A. (2001). Rise up where art intersects with activism and women rise collectively. Vancouver, B. C.: A. Kazymerchyk.

Keck, M. E., and Sikkink, K. (1998) Activists Beyond Borders: Advocacy networks in international politics. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Kenan, R. (2007). The fire this time. United States: Melville House, US Consortium Bk Sales Dst Perseus Distribution, US.

Krzowski, Sue, and Sue Lands. (eds). (1988). In Our Experience: Workshops at the Women’s Therapy Centre. London: Women’s Press.

Lakey, Berit et. al. (1996). (?) Grassroots and Non-Profit Leadership: A Guide for Organizations in Changing Times. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers.

Lakoff, George. (2004). Don’t Think of an Elephant: Know your values and frame the debate. Carlton North, Victoria: Scribe Publications.

Loeb, P. R. (1999) Soul of a Citizen: Living with conviction in a cynical time. New York: St. Martin’s Griffin.

Lyons, Gracie. (1980). Constructive Criticism: A Handbook. Berkeley: I.C. & P.

Martin, Brian. (1979). Changing the Cogs: Activists and the Politics of Technology. Canberra: Friends Of the Earth.

Mason, D. J., Leavitt, J. K., and Chaffee, M. W. (2007). Policy and politics in nursing and health care. St. Louis, MO.: Saunders Elsevier.

McCaughey, M., and Ayers, M. D. (Eds.) (2003) Cyberactivism: Online activism in theory and practice. New York: Routledge.

Minieri, J., and P. Getsos. (2007). Tools for radical democracy: How to organize for power in your community. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Moyer, B., with McAllister, J., Finley, M. L., and Soifer, S. (2001) Doing Democracy: The MAP model for organizing social movements. Gabriola Island, BC: New Society Publishers.

Murphy, Brian. (1999). Transforming Ourselves / Transforming the World: An Open Conspiracy for Social Change. Zed Books.

Naples, N. A. (1998). Grassroots warriors: Activist mothering, community work, and the war on poverty. New York: Routledge.

Pedersen, Anne, Iain Walker, and Mike Wise. (2005). “Talk does not cook rice”: Beyond anti-racism rhetoric to strategies for social action. Australian Psychologist, Volume 40, Number 1, March: 20-31.

Petty, Jules N., Irene Guijt, John Thompson, and Ian Scoones. (1995). Participatory Learning and Action: A trainer’s guide. London: International Institute for Environment and Development.

Public Interest Advocacy Centre. (1996). Working the System: A Guide for Citizens, Consumers and Communities. Sydney: Pluto Press.

Richards, Paul. (1998). Be Your Own Spin Doctor: A Practical Guide to Using the Media. Harrogate, UK: Take That Ltd.

Scott, Gavin, Geoff Holland, and Pat Beckett. (1986). How to Stop the Bomb. Marrickville, NSW: Hale & Iremonger.

Sen, Rinku. (2003). Stir it Up: Lessons in Community Organizing and Advocacy. Josey-Bass.

Seo, Danny. (2001). Be the Difference: A beginner’s guide to changing the world. New Society.

Sharp, G. (2005) Waging Nonviolent Struggle. Boston, MA: Porter Sargent.

Shaw, R. (2001) The Activist’s Handbook: A primer. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Shields, Katrina. (1991). In the Tiger’s Mouth: An Empowerment Guide for Social Action. Sydney: Millenium Books.

Stout, Linda. (1996). Bridging the Class Divide and Other Lessons for Grassroots Organizing. Beacon.

Thornton, Phil et. al. (1997). I Protest! Fighting for Your Rights: A Practical Guide. Sydney: Pluto Press.

Tymson, Candy. (1988). How to Do Public Relations. Newtown: Millenium Books.

van de Donk, W., B. D. Loader, P. G. Nixon, and D. Rucht. (eds.) (2004) Cyberprotest: New media, citizens and social movements. London: Routledge.
1. Introduction 2. New Media, Citizenship and Social Movements Part One: Changing the levels and the domains of political action 3. Gobal-protesters: Virtual or Real? The Role of the Internet in Shaping the Anti-globalisation Movement 4. Is the Market the New Battle Ground for Political Campaigning? Part two: Changing strategies and stratagems: action and activism in the information age 6. Meta-movements: New Technologies and New Forms of Coalition, Co-operation and Co-ordination in the Social Movement 'Industry' 7. "'Times are Changing': Media Strategies of Protest Groups since the 1960s" 8. The Internet, Global Mobilization, and Movement Message Frames: Organizational Similarities and Communicational Differences between Protest Events and Issue Campaigns The activists in between: New Media, Social Movements and Change 9. The Activists in Between: New Media, Social Movements and Change 10. Social Movements and the Media. September 1999, from Portugal to East-Timor 11. The Expert Always Knows Best? ATTAC's Use of the Internet as a Tool to Facilitate New Virtual Forms of Protest 12. Tales from Italy Part Three: Citizenship, Identity, and Virtual Movements 13. Citizenship, Democracy and New States of Welfare 14. The Woman's Movement Online: A Study into the Uses of Internet by Women's Organizations in the Netherlands 15. The Grey Panthers wants Political Influence - Democratic Effects of Utilising ICTs 16. Disembodied Citizenship? Re-@ccessing Disabled People's Voices in Portugal 17. Conclusion.

Welton, N., and Wolf, L. (2001) Global Uprising: Confronting the tyrannies of the 21st Century. Stories from a new generation of activists. Gabriola Island, BC: New Society Publishers.

Wertheim, Eleanor et. al. (1992). I Win: You Win: How to Have Fewer Conflicts, Better Solutions and More Satisfying Relationships. Ringwood, VIC: Penguin.

 


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