Burton-Rose 2001 Sexism

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Author: Daniel Burton-Rose

Title: The Anti-Exploits of Men Against Sexism, 1977-78

Subtitle: -

In: Prison Masculinities

Edited by: Don Sabo, Terry A. Kupers, and Willie London

Place: Philadelphia, PA

Publisher: Temple University Press

Year: 2001

Pages: 224-229

ISBN-10: 1566398150 (cloth) – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat | ISBN-10: 1566398169 (pbk.) – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat

Language: English

Keywords: 20th Century | U.S. History | Types: Prison Rape



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Author: Daniel Burton-Rose, Department of East Asian Studies, Princeton UniversityAcademia.edu

Abstract: »Daniel Burton-Rose (see the chapter entitled "The Anti-exploits of Men against Sexism, 1977-78" in this volume) chronicles the evolution of the group Men against Sexism, which was founded by Ed Mead in 1977 to reduce the incidence of prison rape. Ed went from cell to cell to discuss the problem with fellow prisoners, and the mere act of talking instead of being shamed into silence caused a striking reduction in the number of occurrences. This suggests that men collude in silence in the continuation of cruelty, and it is possible for caring men to get together to put an end to the worst cruelty. At the very last, the experience of Men against Sexism provides convincing evidence that something can be done to prevent prison rape.« [Terry A. Kupers. »Mental Health in Men's Prisons.« Prison Masculinities. Edited by Don Sabo et al. Philadelphia 2001: 196]

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Davies, Kim. Gender & Society 16(6) (December 2002): 960-962. – Full Text: JSTOR [Restricted Access]

Sadoff, Robert L. The American Journal of Psychiatry 159(10) (October 2002): 1801-1802) – Full Text: PsychiatryOnline [Free Access]

Wikipedia: Prison rape, Prison rape in the United States


Added: March 29, 2014 | Last updated: March 29, 2014