The End of Men is Not True: What is not and what might be on the road toward gender equality



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82 This framing of connected issues is closely related to that advanced by Janet C. Gornick and Marcia K. Meyers in “Creating Gender Egalitarian Societies: An Agenda for Reform,” 2008, Politics & Society, 36(3):313-349.

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