By Josep M. Armengol Angels Carabi
Concentrating on worldwide examples of gender equality, this assortment explores non-dominant types of masculinity that characterize gender fairness in pro-feminist methods. Essays discover new replacement versions of masculinity by means of a wide selection of latest authors and texts, starting from Paul Auster to Jonathan Franzen.
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The cue to elicit the memory was to identify experiences when we wanted or needed a nurturing or supportive response from our fathers and did not receive what we wanted. The focus of the mother-son exploration was to explore the links between our relationships with our mothers and our relationships with women partners. The cue we used to evoke the memory was to recall a situation with our mothers in which we felt a sense of discomfort. The aim was to analyze memories in which there was a sense of distancing ourselves from our mothers in order to explore the meanings we gave to those processes of distancing.
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By “pedagogy of discomfort,” Boler is referring to the emotions that may arise when cherished beliefs and assumptions are challenged, including fear of change, anger, and fear of loss of one’s identity. One strategy to achieve this discomfort is to foster social empathy in men by encouraging their understanding of the consequences of their privilege and structural power over women. A practice that I have used to explore men’s power and privilege in the context of diversity and difference is the facilitation of Patriarchy Awareness Workshops based on the Racism Awareness model (Katz).
Alternative Masculinities for a Changing World by Josep M. Armengol Angels Carabi