volume 25, issue 3, P389-390 2011
DOI: 10.1177/0891243211405652
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Abstract: Writing research on the importance of men's mentorship can be a tricky task. As a feminist sociologist, how does one manage to balance discussion of the need for male mentorship without reifying the rhetoric of blaming societal problems such as poverty and gangs on single mothers and absentee fathers? William Marsiglio's Men on a Mission fearlessly attempts to do just that with much success. In the beginning of his book he claims that "far too many kids are at-risk and deserve more and better social support" …

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