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Reviewed by Adwoa Onuora

Males and Tertiary Education in Jamaica by Herbert Gayle & Peisha Bryan

SKU: jedic-19-2-7

It is vexing. This review may be dismissed as an “angry feminist rant” about the recently published ode to hegemonic masculinity, Males and Tertiary Education in Jamaica. The book continues a rather curious peregrination into the so-called “crisis” of Jamaican masculinity. The authors, Herbert Gayle (a social anthropologist) and Peisha Bryan (a social sector specialist) examine the “plight of males” as it relates to their level of “investment” in education.

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