The brave new world of men

Crispell, D.
January 1992
American Demographics;Jan92, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p38
Discusses the new era of men: how the older ones are agreeing to more change and the younger and upcoming men are more likely now to share in housework and to value romance. Knowing how men are changing--and how they aren't--is the key to targeting them in the 1990s. Force for change; High-priced items; The `New' man; What changes and what doesn't; Details.


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