Is there a future for men?

Gunston, Robin
May 2008
Future Times;2008, Vol. 2, p3
The article looks at the changes in the role of men. It is claimed that the responsibility of men as protector is under enormous challenge in the Western World, while women are equal with, or can replace, men in being the provider. The needs of men in New Zealand society that must be addressed are also discussed.


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