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The gendered Kiwi

Author: Caroline Daley; Deborah Montgomerie
Publisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Auckland University Press, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This collection of essays analyses the ways Pakeha masculinity and femininity - gender relations - have changed over time. It brings together previously unpublished essays on topics as diverse as 1930s fashion and feminist men in the 1970s. Established scholars such as Charlotte Macdonald reopen the debate about whether colonial New Zealand was really a man's country, while Jock Phillips asks new questions about  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Caroline Daley; Deborah Montgomerie
ISBN: 1869402197 9781869402198
OCLC Number: 43517672
Description: 256 p. : ill., facsims. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Too many men and too few women: gender's 'fatal impact' in nineteenth-century colonies / Charlotte Macdonald --
Families and the gendering of European New Zealand in the colonial period, 1840-80 / Erik Olssen --
Criminal conversations: infanticide, gender and sexuality in nineteenth-century New Zealand / Bronwyn Dalley --
A gendered domain: leisure in Auckland, 1890-1940 / Caroline Daley --
Bread queues and breadwinners: gender in the 1930s / Tim Frank --
Good clothes are good business: gender, consumption and appearance in the office, 1918-39 / Danielle Sprecher --
Sweethearts, soldiers, happy families: gender and the Second World War / Deborah Montgomerie --
The man in the grey flannel suit: white-collar masculinity in post-war New Zealand / Frazer Andrewes --
Men, women and leisure since the Second World War / Jock Phillips --
'When Dad was a woman': gender relations in the 1970s / Barbara Brookes.
Responsibility: edited by Caroline Daley and Deborah Montgomerie.

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Blokes, sheilas, good keen men, ladies with plates, Silver Ferns, All Blacks, marching girls and Boy Scouts: New Zealand society teems with images of women and men. This collection of essays analyzes  Read more...

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