TitleWho says it's still a man's world?
NameCurrado, Tina D. (author), Ziyad, Mahdi I (chair), Rutgers University, Camden Graduate School,
Men--Civil rights--United States,
Human rights--United States,
Sex discrimination against men--United States
DescriptionWomen in our American society today claim they must continue their fight for equality. Statistics are often cited regarding the wage gap and violent acts against women as proof that women are denied the same rights and protection as males. This paper argues that in many situations men are often denied the same rights and privileges that women have today. This discussion concentrates mainly on family law proceedings as well as criminal court cases and investigations in which men are not given equal consideration. Primacy for women’s issues had its time and place, but now it appears as though the pendulum has swung too far and as a result our society is losing empathy for men.
NoteIncludes bibliographical references
Noteby Tina D. Currado
CollectionCamden Graduate School Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Organization NameRutgers, The State University of New Jersey
RightsThe author owns the copyright to this work.