Elizabeth Janeway, (1982), Cross Sections: from a decade of change, p. 17, New York, William Morrow & Co.
Ann Oakley, (1984), Taking it Like a Woman, London, Jonathan Cape.
Ann Barr Snitow, (1985), ‘Mass Market Romance: Pornography for women Is Different’ in Ann Snitow et al., (eds), Powers of Desire: The Politics of Sexuality, New York, Monthly Review Press.
See Lynne Segal, (1983), ‘Smash the Family?’ in Lynne Segal (ed.), What is to be done about the family? Harmondsworth, Penguin.
See, for example, Angela Hamblin, (1972), ‘The Suppressed Power of Female Sexuality’ in Shrew: Women’s Liberation Workshop Paper, vol. 4, 6, December.
Sheila MacLeod, (1988), ‘A Fairy Story’, in Sara Maitland (ed.), Very Heaven, p. 182, London, Virago.
See, for example, the reflections of journalist and agony aunt Carol Lee, (1989), The Blind Side of Eden, pp. 6–7, London, Bloomsbury.
Alix Kates Shulman, (1988), ‘Sex and Power: Sexual Bases of Radical Feminism’ in Signs, vol. 5, 4, p. 604.
Shere Hite, (1981), The Hite Report on Male Sexuality, London, MacDonald.
Wendy Cope, (1987), Making Cocoa for Kingsley Amis, p. 39, London, Faber.
Shere Hite, (1988), Women and Love, p.xxvi, London, Viking.
Sara Maitland, (1988), ‘And two for tea’, review of Shere Hite Women and Love in New Statesman, 26 February, p.21.
Richard Sennett, (1976), The Fall of Public Man, p. 28, London, Faber & Faber.
Sheila Rowbotham, (1987), ‘Feminism and its discontents’, in New Socialist, 53, December, p.40.
Jon Snodgrass, (1977), ‘Introduction: Men and the Feminist Movement’ in Jon Snodgrass (ed.), For Men Against Sexism, p. 7, Albion, California, Times Change Press.
South London Men Against Sexism, (1974), ‘Why Men’s Liberation?’ in Brothers Against Sexism, Spring 3, p. 7.
John Rowan, (1987), The Horned God, p. 17, London, Routledge & Kegan Paul.
South London Men Against Sexism, (1974), ‘Where do we go from here?’ in Brothers Against Sexism, Spring, no. 3, p. 3.
Nigel Armistead, (1975), ‘Men’s Liberation and Men Against Sexism’, in Men Against Sexism or The Pig’s Last Grunt, op.cit., p.6.
Steve Gould, (1978), The London Men’s Conference in Islington Gutter Press, May, p.8.
Martin Humphries, (1987), ‘Choosing with Care: working with non-gay men’, in Gillian Hanscombe and Martin Humphries (eds), Heterosexuality, p. 90, London, Gay Men’s Press.
Jan Bradshaw, (1982), ‘Now What Are They Up To? Men in the “Men’s Movement” !’, in Scarlet Friedman and Elizabeth Sarah (eds), On the Problem of Men, p. 184, London, Women’s Press.
Jeff Hearn, (1987), The Gender of Oppression: Men, Masculinity and the Critique of Marxism, p. 171, Brighton, Wheatsheaf.
Harry Brod, ‘The Case for Men’s Studies’ in Harry Brod (ed.), The Making of Masculinities, p.51, London, Allen & Unwin.
Sue O’Sullivan, (1988), ‘From 1969’, in Amanda Sebestyen (ed.), ’68, ‘78, ’88: From Women’s Liberation to Feminism, London, Prism.
Andrew Tolson, (1977), The Limits of Masculinity, p. 143, London, Tavistock.
Keith Motherson, (1979), ‘Developing Our Power’ in Anti-Sexist Men’s Newsletter, 5, pp. 3–4.
Editorial, (1978), in Achilles Heel, 1, Summer, p.5.
Editorial, (circe 1980 ), Achilles Heel, 5, p. 1.
Kevin Devaney, (circa 1982 ), ‘Mining–A World Apart’ in Achilles Heel, 6&7, p.12.
Vic Seidler, (circa 1980 ), ‘Raging Bull’ in Achilles Heel, 5, pp. 8–9.
R.W. Connell, (1987), Gender and Power, p. 234, Cambridge, Polity Press.
R.W. Connell, (1983), Which Way is UP?: Essays on Class, Sex and Culture, p. 22 London, Allen & Unwin.
See A Roundtable Discussion, (1988), ‘Mending the broken heart of Socialism’ in Rowena Chapman and Jonathan Rutherford (eds), Male Order: Unwrapping Masculinity, London, Lawrence & Wishart.
For example, Tony Eardley et al., (1983), About Men, Broadcasting Support Services, London.
See Don Long, (1987), ‘Working With Men Who Batter’ in Murray Scher et al., (eds), Handbook of Counselling & Psychotherapy with Men, London, Sage.
Prince, (1988), Anna Stesia, Love Sexy, New York, Paisley Park Records.
See, for example, John Fiske et al., (1987), Myths of Oz: Reading Australian Popular Culture, London, Allen & Unwin.
Pleck, ibid; Graeme Russell, (1983), The Changing Role of Fathers, Queensland, University of Queensland Press.
Yvonne Roberts, (1984), Man Enough: Men of 35 Speak Out, p. 11, London, Chatto & Windus.
Quoted in Hilary Land, (1980), ‘The Family Wage’ in Feminist Review, no. 6, p. 161.
See Jane Humphries, (1981), ‘Protective Legislation, the Capitalist State, and Working-Class Men: The Case of the 1842 Mines Regulation Act’ in Feminist Review, no. 7.
Sarah Boston, (1987), Women Workers and the Trade Unions, p. 25, London, Lawrence & Wishart.
Martha May, (1982), ‘The Historical Problem of the Family Wage: The Ford Motor Company and the Five Dollar Day’ in Feminist Review, vol. 8, no. 2, Summer.
Anne Phillips and Barbara Taylor, (1980), ‘Sex and Skill: Notes Towards a Feminist Economics’ in Feminist Review, no. 6.
Paul Thompson, (1983), The Nature of Work: An Introduction to Debates on the Labour Process, pp. 203–6, London, Macmillan.
For example, Ruth Cavendish, (1982), Women on the Line, London, Routledge & Kegan Paul.
Anna Pollert, (1981), Girls, Wives, Factory Lives, p. 84, London, Macmillan.
Ruth Milkman, (1987), Gender at Work: The Dynamics of Job Segregation by Sex during World War II, p. 6, Chicago, University of Illinois Press.
See Lynne Segal, (1989), ‘Slow Change or No Change: Feminism, Socialism and the Problem of Men’ in Feminist Review, no. 31, Spring.
See Ruth Elliot, (1984), ‘How Far Have We Come? Women’s Organization in the Unions in the United Kingdom’ in Cockburn (ed.), ‘Trade Unions and the Radicalizing of Socialist Feminism’ in Feminist Review, no. 16.
Jenny Beale, (1982), Getting It Together: Women as Trade Unionists, p. 86, London, Pluto Press.
Cynthia Cockburn, (1987), Women, Trade Unions and Political Parties, p.9, London, Fabian Research Series, no. 349.
SERTUC Women’s Committee, (1989), Still Moving Towards Equality: A survey of progress towards equality in trade unions, London, SERTUC.
Linda Burnham, (1985), ‘Has Poverty Been Feminized in Black America?’ in The Black Scholar, March/April, p.15.
See Richard Dyer, (1989), ‘Old briefs for new’ in New Statesman and Society, 24 March, p.43.
Sheila Rowbotham, (1989), The Past is Before Us, p. 107, London, Pandora.
Pippa Norris, (1987), Politics and Sexual Equality: The Comparative Position of Women in Western Democracies, p. 11, Brighton, Wheatsheaf.
Anette Borchorst and Birte Siim, (1987), ‘Women and the advance of the welfare state–a new kind of patriarchal power?’ in Anne Showstack Sassoon (ed.), Women and the State, p. 137, London, Hutchinson.
Mary Ruggie, (1984), The State and Working Women, Princeton, Princeton University Press.
Hilda Scott, (1982), Sweden’s “Right to be Human”, p. 148, London, Allison & Busby.
See, for example, Karin Sandqvist, (1987), ‘Swedish family policy and the attempt to change paternal roles’ in Charlie Lewis and Margaret O’Brien (eds), Reassessing Fatherhood, p. 149, London, Sage.
Elizabeth Wilson, (1989), ‘In a Different Key’ in Katherine Gieve (ed.), Balancing Acts: On Being a Mother, p. 15, London, Virago.
Diane Ehrensaft, (1987), Parenting Together: Men and Women Sharing the Care of their Children, New York, Free Press.