The Gendered Kiwi
Caroline Daley, Deborah Montgomerie
Auckland University Press, 1999 - Social Science - 256 pages
Blokes, sheilas, good keen men, ladies with plates, Silver Ferns, All Blacks, marching girls and Boy Scouts: New Zealand society teems with images of men and women. The Gendered Kiwi investigates masculinity and femininity through topics as diverse as 1930s fashion, feminist men in the 1970s, office politics, power dressing, and gender relations in the colonial family.
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