Jekyll and Hyde: Men's Constructions of Feminism and Feminists

  title={Jekyll and Hyde: Men's Constructions of Feminism and Feminists},
  author={Nigel Edley and Margaret Wetherell},
  journal={Feminism \& Psychology},
  pages={439 - 457}
Research and commentary on men's responses to feminism have demonstrated the range of ways in which men have mobilized both for and against feminist principles. This article argues that further analyses of men's responses require a sophisticated theory of discourse acknowledging the fragmented and contradictory nature of representation. A corpus of men's talk on feminism and feminists was studied to identify the pervasive patterns in men's accounting and regularities in rhetorical organization… 
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