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El machismo invisible regresa /
Marina Castañeda
edition
1. ed.
imprint
México : Taurus 2007
description
382 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9707709170, 9789707709171
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series title
imprint
México : Taurus 2007
isbn
9707709170
9789707709171
catalogue key
6641660
 
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Long Description
Although it has adopted a subtle mask, male chauvinism is as strong today as it always was. Because of the damage it produces on modern society, it has become even more imperative to eliminate it. In order to do this, it is no longer enough to give women ?the same rights, ? it is time to change the rules of the game. And in order to do that, men must participate. Includes a section on misogyny, and ample questionnaires so men and women reflect about the invisible mechanisms of machismo in daily life.
Main Description
Although it has adopted a subtle mask, male chauvinism is as strong today as it always was. Because of the damage it produces on modern society, it has become even more imperative to eliminate it. In order to do this, it is no longer enough to give women "the same rights," it is time to change the rules of the game. And in order to do that, men must participate. Includes a section on misogyny, and ample questionnaires so men and women reflect about the invisible mechanisms of machismo in daily life.

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