Old Fogeys and Angry Young Men: A critique of communitarianism

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1995 Number 1

Old Fogeys and Angry Young Men: A critique of communitarianism
Beatrix Campbell, pages 47-64

Abstract

Beatrix Campbell argues that communitarianism represents the latest in a long line of attempts by men to reassert their power over women. Its focus on the family as a major source of community problems is a thinly disguised attack on women. And its refusal to investigate the parenting deficit between women and men is symptomatic of its wilful resistance to the insights of feminism.

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Beatrix Campbell (1995) Old Fogeys and Angry Young Men: A critique of communitarianism, Soundings, 1995(1), 47-64

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