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The wimp factor

gender gaps, holy wars, and the politics of anxious masculinity

by Stephen Ducat

  • 357 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Beacon Press in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Homme politique,
  • Psychology,
  • Mannelijkheid,
  • Relations internationales,
  • Sekseverschillen,
  • Masculinity,
  • Psychological aspects,
  • Masculinité,
  • Politici,
  • International relations,
  • Rôle selon le sexe,
  • Politicians,
  • Aspect politique,
  • Psychologie,
  • Sex role,
  • Genre,
  • Political aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementStephen J. Ducat
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ1090 .D83 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 291 p. :
    Number of Pages291
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24963345M
    ISBN 100807043443, 0807043451
    ISBN 109780807043448, 9780807043455
    LC Control Number2004004809
    OCLC/WorldCa54528940

      From "One For the Record Books" (, 7" Single,, Single Sided) on Four Letter Words (US). The noise of Song A2 is the sound recorded in vinyl. [tracklist] A1. One For the Record Books () A2.   Stephen J. Ducat will be reading from "The Wimp Factor: Gender Gaps, Holy Wars and the Politics of Anxious Masculinity" at p.m. Wednesday at the Capitola Book Cafe, 41st Ave., Capitola.

      Pittsburgh's Wimp Factor 14 was included in the final Trouser Press book,The Trouser Press Guide to '90s said that the band "mixes basic strum-pop with interesting instrumental touches (melodica, toy ukulele, zither, plastic bucket drums and so forth) to achieve an unusually inviting sound." I was obsessed with the Trouser Press back then, but that's not where I heard of Wimp Factor . In his book The Wimp Factor, Stephen J. Ducat expresses a similar view, that these myths express the threat sexual intercourse poses for men who, although entering triumphantly, always leave diminished. Medical. In rare instances, dermoid cysts (a type of tumor) may grow in the vagina. Dermoid cysts are formed from the outer layers of embryonic.

      It’s based on The Wimp Factor by clinical psychologist Dr Stephen J Ducat, and cites as an example, an article in The New Republic, The Masculine Mystique of Fred Thompson. Here’s a review on Amazon for The Wimp Factor: This book is an amazing tour de force of the political and psychological landscape in America today. I am taking the gloves off for this one. I am tired of my party acting like a bunch of wimps loosing every advantage of any situation. The man above is Arthur Jones, the unopposed candidate in the.


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Analyzing various aspects of popular culture and drawing on pioneering research on the gender gap, The Wimp Factor is a fascinating exposé that will alter our understanding of contemporary politics. Read more Read lessCited by: Wimp Factor was published The wimp factor bookand I would LOVE to see an updated edition that covers the Obama administration, the Trump campaign, and the #MeToo movement/5.

Analyzing various aspects of popular culture and drawing on pioneering research on the gender gap, The Wimp Factor is a fascinating exposé that will alter our understanding of contemporary politics. Read more Read less4/5(13). Analyzing various aspects of popular culture and drawing on pioneering research on the gender gap, The Wimp Factor is a fascinating exposé that.

Unexpectedly revealing, The Wimp Factor is a fascinating The wimp factor book that will alter our understanding of contemporary politics.3/5(2). The Wimp Factor by Stephen J. Ducat is a timely and fascinating study of the manner in which male anxiety has come to define our political culture.

In Ducat’s intuitive and well-researched writing, a strong link is demonstrated between macho strutting, the macho strutting of male politicians, and the fundamentalist’s holy wars. The wimp factor: gender gaps, holy wars, and the politics of anxious masculinity by Ducat, StephenPages: The Wimp Factor.

A year ago we were in the midst of a presidential campaign most memorable for charges by both sides that the opponent was not hard enough, tough enough, masculine enough.

That he was, in fact, a sissy. Both sides also admitted this. His book "The Wimp Factor: Gender Gaps, Holy Wars and the Politics of Anxious Masculinity" (Beacon Press; $25), released this month, looks at the sometimes debilitating effects on U.S.

politics. What's come to be known as the vice president's "wimp factor" is a problem, concedes Bush pollster Robert Teeter, "because it is written and talked about so much." A NEWSWEEK Poll shows that Bush.

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Analyzing various aspects of popular culture and drawing on pioneering research on the gender gap, The Wimp Factor is a fascinating expose that will alter our understanding of contemporary politics.

“A deeply important insight in the hands of a gifted writer.” -Arlie Russell Hochschild, author of The Commercialization of Intimate Life. About the book: A professor of psychology shows how "anxious masculinity" is a factor in many wars and conflicts, offering a sweeping treatment of the subject, from the contentious politics of ancient Greece through the backlash against Hillary Clinton and the current War in Iraq.

Click on the price to find out more about a book/5(62). However, if you are looking for a book that provides an entertaining look at some historical and current evidence of the inner workings of the American male psyche, Ducat’s The Wimp Factor could be the book for you.

- Trevor James Gates To start your subscription immediately, call ()email us, or subscribe online. Book Reviews. The Wimp Factor: Gender gaps, holy wars, & the politics of anxious masculinity.

By Stephen J. Ducat. Review by William A. Spriggs Octo This is an important book because it touches upon the subjects of politics, war, misogyny, homophobia, and religious fundamentalism --both Muslin and Christian -and correctly places.

brace right-wing political opinions. The Wimp Factor also takes a close look at aspects of popular culture, such as editorial cartoons, political advertisements, movies, and the slips of the tongue made by public fig-ures.

The book shows how these apparently disparate elements reveal much about the effects of femiphobia in politics. And, because men’s. Bush, however, came into office with the handicap of being considered weak and indecisive, and had to deal with what commentators called "the wimp factor." In May, after Noriega imposed his own president against the will of Panamanian voters, Bush announced that he was sending 1, troops to American bases in Panama, a step that was intended.

I happened to come across a book by Stephan J. Ducat called The Wimp Factor: Gender Gaps, Holy Wars, and the Politics of Anxious Masculinity. I read the back cover, along with the chapter titles, and felt utter revulsion.

Yet, in the spirit of knowing one's enemies, I begrudgingly further enriched the wealthy psychoanalyst author by purchasing 4/5(7). The Wimp Factor: Gender Gaps, Holy Wars, & the Politics of Anxious Masculinity by Stephen Ducat "Much of the mental suffering of my male patients seems to derive from a deep fear of women, as well as the paralyzing dread of the 'feminine' within themselves.

Anthony Browne's book 'Willy the Wimp' addresses issues of bullying regarding personality and physical appearance. Willy is not represented as a human but as a gorilla which is classic Browne style, as he uses an animal that entails human characteristics to allow the reader to relate.4/5.In schoolyards, jocks may still rule.

But in bookstores, the big boy on campus is a wimp. More specifically, he’s a middle-schooler named Greg Heffley, the star of Jeff Kinney’s bestselling Diary of a Wimpy Kid series."The Wimp Factor.".

Huge stir. And not entirely fair—the guy had been an aviator in the war, the big war, the good war, and he was even shot down out over the Pacific, cockpit drenched in smoke and fumes, at an age (20) when in most states he couldn't even legally drink a beer.