Man Enough?: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and the Politics of Presidential Masculinity

Man Enough Donald Trump Hillary Clinton and the Politics of Presidential Masculinity Why has the U S never had a woman president With Hillary Clinton engaged in a historic campaign that could see her becoming the first woman elected president of the United States the national convers

  • Title: Man Enough?: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and the Politics of Presidential Masculinity
  • Author: Jackson Katz
  • ISBN: 9781566560832
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Paperback
  • Why has the U.S never had a woman president With Hillary Clinton engaged in a historic campaign that could see her becoming the first woman elected president of the United States, the national conversation about gender and the presidency is gaining critical momentum Commentators have fixated on the special challenges women candidates for the presidency face endless medWhy has the U.S never had a woman president With Hillary Clinton engaged in a historic campaign that could see her becoming the first woman elected president of the United States, the national conversation about gender and the presidency is gaining critical momentum Commentators have fixated on the special challenges women candidates for the presidency face endless media scrutiny abGender has always been a crucial factor in presidential politics In Man Enough Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and the Politics of Presidential Masculinity, Jackson Katz puts forth the original and highly provocative thesis that in recent decades presidential campaigns have become the center stage of an ongoing national debate about manhood, a kind of quadrennial referendum on what type of manor one day, womanembodies not only our ideological beliefs, but our very identity as a nation Whether he is examining right wing talk radios relentless attacks on the masculinity of Democratic candidates, how fears of appearing weak and vulnerable end up shaping candidates actual policy positions, how the ISIS attacks on Paris and elsewhere have pushed candidates to assume an increasingly hypermasculine posture, or the groundbreaking quality of Hillary Clintons runs for the presidency in 2008 and 2016, Katz offers a new way to understand the role of identity politics in presidential campaigns In the end, Man Enough offers nothing less than a paradigm shifting way to understand the very nature of the American presidency.

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    1. Jackson Katz

      JacksonKatz is one of America s leading anti sexist male activists An educator, author, filmmaker, and cultural theorist, he is internationally recognized for his groundbreaking work in the field of gender violence prevention education and critical media literacy He has lectured on hundreds of college and high school campuses and has conducted hundreds of professional trainings, seminars, and workshops in the U.S Canada, Europe, Australia and Japan He is the co founder of the Mentors In Violence Prevention MVP program, the leading gender violence prevention initiative in professional and college athletics He is the director of the first worldwide domestic and sexual violence prevention program in the United States Marine Corps He is also the creator and co creator of educational videos for college and high school students, including Tough Guise Violence, Media, and the Crisis in Masculinity 2000 , Wrestling With Manhood 2002 and Spin the Bottle Sex, Lies and Alcohol 2004 His first book, The Macho Paradox Why Some Men Hurt Women and How All Men Can Help, was published by Sourcebooks in 2006 Katz s second book, Leading Men Presidential Campaigns and the Politics of Manhood, was published by Interlink Publishing in 2012 Read about Jackson Katz.

    727 thoughts on “Man Enough?: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and the Politics of Presidential Masculinity”

    1. Two things about me: 1) I love politics, pop culture, and the politics of pop culture and 2) I was a sociology and ethnic studies double major in my undergraduate studies. It has been a few years since I have read a book like "Man Enough" and boy, was I craving it.This book comes at a perfect time with the 2016 presidential election in full swing. Jackson Katz, whom I've always been a fan of, does a great job of looking at US presidential elections and how masculinity, or perceived masculinity e [...]


    2. As a sociology and politics graduate this book was exactly the sort of thing that interests me and it certainly didn’t disappoint. I have watched looked on with alternate horror and disbelief at the popularity of Donald Trump and have wondered, like many others around the world, what potential voters see in him. This book provides a possible answer to that question and has provided me with a different way of examining American politics. Read more of this review at bookerworm/reviews/28-


    3. This book can be summed up by a quote from a Tennessee senator - the US doesn't want a mommy, it wants a daddy. The author looks at how the right wing in society value tough, fighting talk rather than nuanced discussion of options and consequences. How right wing talk show hosts don't just denigrate strong women but turn their ire on these women's husbands by suggesting they must somehow be weaker than normal men. A depressing read but a valuable one.


    4. The premise of this book is that the presidential election is also a selection between competing types of masculinity, an idea which is very interesting in itself. However, I found the book itself to be poorly written; the author, while clearly an intelligent guy and passionate about his topic, relied heavily on large block quotes from other authors, which made the book jumpy and hard to follow. Although the title promises a focus on Trump and Clinton, which I think would provide a remarkable ca [...]



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