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A man's country?

A man's country?

The stereotype of the strong, silent Kiwi bloke came under scrutiny in A man's country?: the image of the Pakeha male, a history (1987) by Jock Phillips. This book prompted other New Zealand writers to question widely held beliefs about masculinity.

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Reference: Jock Phillips, A man’s country? the image of the pakeha male, a history. Auckland: Penguin, 1987

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Alex Calder, 'Non-fiction - Men in non-fiction', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 15 June 2024)

Story by Alex Calder, published 22 Oct 2014