This article serves as a starting point within the discourse of the Boondocks, maleness
I myself now cannot teach the fin de siecle English Gothic as I have before, and I feel compelled by sheer accuracy to bring in the adjacent texts that Smith links convincingly to Gothic exposures of an unstable maleness
The relative absence of male characters delineated by Morrison as "appendages" to her females juxtaposed with the idea that Eva loves maleness
but lacks a leg signifies on the concept of penis envy with delicious irreverence.
I would argue as strongly as I can that these presuppositions and reactions about human genderedness are rooted in a deep cultural preference for the cultural construct of maleness
over the cultural construct of femaleness, which is why women want to act like men, but men don't want to act like women.
85) The resultant "crisis of masculinity", exacerbated by male unemployment and rising female employment during the inter-war years, is said to have engineered a reconstructed generic maleness
exemplified positively through the idioms of strength and the ability to endure harsh conditions, and through the negative imaging of the feminine.
The difficulty arises from the way Jesus' maleness
is construed in official androcentric theology and ecclesial praxis.
There are also some important omissions when the arguments about the treatment of maleness
, reproduction and indigenous cosmologies are made.
It's hard to isolate maleness
as the decisive factor in the stories she recounts.
Carby, chair of African and African American Studies and a professor of American Studies at Yale, challenges this equation of race with maleness
and investigates its origins and impact through examining popular constructions of the notion of black manhood, from Cornel West to W.
He critiques the progress made thus far in changing the image and content of management and provides specific questions for further exploration as well as positive and negative actions which reinforce the maleness
on the heels of the Million Man March, write about everything from "Black maleness
," inequality, the Black family, and Black male and female relationships to the "[Ralph] Ellisonian epiphany.
For Jensen, these writers wrote to interrogate their own position, a matter he turns to in his second chapter, which deals with male writers' commentaries on maleness