BIOGRAPHIES OF WORKING MEN

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Biographies Of Working Men

Author : Grant Allen
ISBN : 9783734064616
Genre : Fiction
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Category: Fiction

Understanding Masculinities

Author : Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin
ISBN : 9780335194605
Genre : Social Science
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Masculinity is gaining increasing popular and academic interest. At one level, football hooligans, absent fathers, 'Essex man' and 'new men' are regular media presences. At the same time, masculinity is the subject of increasingly sophisicated theoretical discussion, and there are a wide range of accounts of what masculinity means. Understanding Masculinities is the first introductory text to examine the range of different theoretical and methodological approaches to the understanding of masculinity. It brings together overviews of the key theoretical debates with new empirical material, focusing on different social and cultural arenas, and the wide range of masculinities which exist. It discusses education, unemployment, sport, sexuality, HIV, and black masculinities. Understanding Masculinities critically explores the gendered and sexual dynamics of these masculinities, challenging and transforming our conventional assumptions. Understanding Masculinities will be important reading for undergraduate and masters students of sociology, women's studies, gender and psychology. It will also be of interest to anyone concerned with broadening their understanding of masculinity.
Category: Social Science

The Athenaeum

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ISBN : MINN:31951001922973T
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Biography A Very Short Introduction

Author : Hermione Lee
ISBN : 9780191623011
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 33.59 MB
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Biography is one of the most popular, best-selling, and widely-read of literary genres. But why do certain people and historical events arouse so much interest? How can biographies be compared with history and works of fiction? Does a biography need to be true? Is it acceptable to omit or conceal things? Does the biographer need to personally know the subject? Must a biographer be subjective? In this Very Short Introduction Hermione Lee considers the cultural and historical background of different types of biographies, looking at the factors that affect biographers and whether there are different strategies, ethics, and principles required for writing about one person compared to another. She also considers contemporary biographical publications and considers what kind of 'lives' are the most popular and in demand. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Celebrity Biographies The Incredible Life Of Ernest Hemingway Famous Writers

Author : Matt Green
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Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Ernest Miller Hemingway was born on 21st July 1899 in Cicero, Illinois. His dad Clarence was a doctor of medicine and his mom Grace Hall Hemingway was a melody instructor, but had always sought to be an entertainment vocalist. He adored sensationalizing everything, enduring his boyhood routine of inventing tales in which he was unvaryingly the exciting champion. They subsisted in the fashionable Chicago district of Oak Park, Illinois. Constructed for Ernest’s maternal grandpa and namesake, his childhood household positions today as a gallery and guests center looked after by the Ernest Hemingway Establishment of Oak Park. While vacationing in the Michigan forests, young Ernest was able to go around the land, chasing squirrels and other minor games as well as fishing. For more interesting facts you must read his biography. Grab your biography book now!
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Christian History Biographies Of Faith Parent Lesson Planner

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ISBN : 9781614584223
Genre : Study Aids
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An exceptional study on faith and leadership! Faith of presidents Washington & Jackson, and perspectives of reformers Knox, Luther, and Newton Their influences, struggles, and accomplishments Takeaway lessons on the lives of these great leaders Are great men simply born great or do they make a choice in their life to be something more? Study the lives of John Newton, George Washington, Andrew Jackson, Martin Luther, and John Knox to discover men who became legendary leaders armed with their faith, moral values, and pure courage. In this unique course, students will go beyond historical footnotes to really see what has been revealed about their hearts, their fears, and their vision for changing the world as they knew it. An inspiring study designed to encourage students to lead!
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