Of Boys and Men
Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do about It
Richard Reeves explores the growing gap in boys and men engaging in family, education and community. Using data and research, he explores changes in societal expectations, employment trajectories, family structure, education policy and much more that have led to this growing international problem. Being one of the few and first to dive into this complex issue, he offers suggestions for bringing awareness to the problem and early policy ideas to address the impacts that arise when a group is not engaged in the systems that serve them.
Check out The Ford Family Foundation’s report brief: Supporting Rural Students in Oregon: Male College Enrollment and Completion
Author: Richard Reeves
Year of Publishing: 2022
Number of Pages: 256
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SChannell (verified owner) –
Our country is experiencing a crisis with boyhood and manhood. This book explains how to have a more positive perspective and focuses on solutions on how to create a more equal world.
Dana Goodale (verified owner) –
In my professional role I support youth and young adults through their academic career. This book was so helpful in providing some insight into different developmental stages, and how to work with and support young men to be their best selves.
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