The Twenty-Century Campus: Where Are The Men?

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In his essay “The twenty-first-century Campus: Where Are the Men?” which appears in Sociology, Macionis describes the very common gender discrimination that favored men a century ago. Men’s colleges were to be seen in a great majority, however, steadily in a few years women began to increase. The gender gap was evident in all cultural categories at all class levels. Later on women started to become fairly a great majority at colleges and a gender imbalance was created. Women usually dominated discussions at college as there were few men in class. Men had unrealistic expectations about earning power; thinking they could get a decent job without education. Analysts pointed out an anti-intellectual male culture and college officials were seen

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