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New York, Plenum Press. Whitehead, A. (1981) "'I'm Hungry, Mum": The Politics of Domestic Budgeting' inK. Young, C. Wolkowitz and R. McCullagh (eds) Of Marriage and the Market: Women's Subordination in International Perspective. London: CSE Books. Williams, P. ( 1987) 'Constituting Class and Gender: A Social History of the Home' in N. Thrift and P. Williams (eds) Class and Space: The Making of Urban Society. London, Routledge and Kegan Paul. Yanagisako, S. and Collier, J. (1987) 'Towards a Unified Analysis of Gender and Kinship' in J.
Bringing Men Back In At some point in these debates and developments it became increasingly recognized that gender was about men and women, rather than just women. Calls to 'bring men back in' came from a variety of quarters and with a variety of agendas and were received, equally, by a variety of David Morgan 27 responses ranging from whole-hearted enthusiasm to deep scepticism or outright opposition (Hearn and Morgan, 1990; Maynard, 1990). Such demands might be seen as part of a 'male backlash'; at the very least they had implications for the sharing out of research and teaching resources in a time of increasing financial stringency.
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