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What does it mean to be a man today in different cultures? This collection of papers by development practitioners and theorists considers the implications of male gender identities for the rights of both women and men, and for gender-equitable development. The authors, including Kamla Bhasin, Andrea Cornwall, Patrice Engle, and Sarah White, examine the concept of masculinity and male roles, drawing on experiences from around the world.

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