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Cover of "Save the Males," by Richard Doyle

Save The Males, by R.F. Doyle
  The Author is one of the founders of the Men Movement.
  The book is available via download or in hard copy.
  It provides great value at a low price.

 

Sex and Politics, C — Index to books, reviews and articles – about sex, politics and the patriarchy


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Bibliography

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  • Campbell Harvey, J., J.D. and Peggie Ward, Ph.D.   — Family Wars: The Alienation of Children (Custody Newsletter, Issue #9, 1993)

  • Cheriton, Glenn — Child Support, Divorce, Custody, Access & Government Policies (1998) ISBN 0-88970-101-6, Commoners' Publishing, Ottawa 1998, (Abstract)

This is to my knowledge the only book that provides an overview of the planned destruction of Canadian families.

"[It] details how greedy politicians, dishonest lawyers, a naive Supreme Court and heavily funded anti-father advocates have spread myths to Canadians on divorce and child support issues. It documents the research uncovered by a diverse array of groups representing non-custodial fathers and mothers, custodial single fathers, second spouses, grandparents, men's groups and pro-marriage women's groups.
    This book challenges the opportunistic stereotypes and rigid ideologies dominating this policy area with data, gender-based analysis and examines what works and what does not. This book examines "children's best interests"  — a maxim often given lip service, but not real commitment. 69 pages, Quality paperback,   August 1998 5 1/2 x 8 1/2"  $14.95
Excerpts from Glenn Cheriton's book:  look for "Analysis of C-41" at http://www.travel-net.com/~retap/lib-law.htm
A few facts... sorry, I meant stats:

  • Percentage of non-custodial mothers who pay child support in Canada: 1%

  • Percentage of custodial mothers awarded child support orders: 94%

  • Percentage of custodial fathers awarded child support orders: 30%

  • Ratio of women vs. men who gain sole custody: 7 to 1

  • Number of years this ratio has remained constant: 10 years

  •     [Source: Revenue Canada; Ross Finney's report to Justice Department Canada]"
  • Citizens Commission on Human Rights — Psychiatric Fraud: Mental Health Care Today

  • Christensen, F.M., Ph.D. — Pornography: The Other Side (Praeger Publishers, 1990, ISBN: 0-275-93537-X, 188 pages) Review and comments

  • Clarke, Arthur C. — I Remember Babylon, A short story that appeared for the first time in a 1960 issue of Playboy but was also published in at least one anthology.

Arthur C. Clarke quite literally invented telecommunications satellites in 1945 (Facsimile of the paper he published in 1945 (four pages)).
    I Remember Babylon provides a frightening prediction of a future in which the proliferation of television made possible through satellite technology is used to bring about the downfall of Western society.  The irony is that it looks as if his prediction may have come true, but not on account of a communist plot or any other external intervention, and perhaps not solely on account of satellite technology.
    Here is a link to a comprehensive list of articles and books produced by Arthur C. Clarke.

  • Clarke, K., G. Craig, & C. Glendenning — Small Change - The impact of the Child Support Act on Lone Mothers and Children - (1996)

  • Clarke, L., L. Burghes, & N. Cronin — Fathers and Fatherhood in Britain  (1997)

  • Clowes, Brian — The Facts of Life

  • Cockett, Monica and John Tripp of Exeter University — Children living in re-ordered families - study by Monica Cockett and John Tripp of Exeter University

  • Conine, Jon — Fathers Rights:  The Source Book for Dealing with the Child Support System, 1989, ISBN 0-8027-1074-3

Review by Bruce McGovern

  • Cook, Philip W. (Journalist) — Abused Men, the Hidden Side of Domestic Violenc

“. . .  what I would consider the current benchmark work on this subject, [is b]ased on numerous English and Canadian studies, as well as American, it contains a wealth of the most current material to explore.” <htttp://www.abusedmen.com/>
See also http://www.acfc.org/fpage/sp-abuse.htm

  • Cooper, Mick & Peter Baker — The MANual - the complete man's guide to life  (1996)

  • Cose, Ellis — A Man's World

  • Craig, G.,  K. Clarke, & C. Glendenning — Small Change - The impact of the Child Support Act on Lone Mothers and Children - (1996)

  • Cronin, N., L. Burghes, & L. Clarke — Fathers and Fatherhood in Britain  (1997)


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