b) Humourous materials

Berman, Jennifer. (2001). Why Dogs Are Better Than Men. Kansas City: Andrews McNeel Pub.

Birmingham, John. (1995). How To Be a Man. Sydney: Duffy & Snelgrove

Birmingham, John. (1998). How To Be a Man. (2nd edition) Sydney: Duffy & Snelgrove.

Birtles, Jasmine. (ed). (1994). Son of Stupid Men Jokes. London: Michael O’Mara.

Birtles, Jasmine. (ed). (1994). Women on Men: And Other Laughing Matters. London: Michael O’Mara.

Feirstein, Bruce. (1982). Real Men Don’t Eat Quiche. Sydney: Angus & Robertson.

Gingold, Alfred. (1991). Fire in the John: The Manly Man in the Age of Sissification. St Martin’s Press.

Glover, Richard. Laughing Stock.

Llewellyn, Robert. (1992). The Reconstructed Heart: How to Spot the Difference Between a Normal Man and One Who Does the Housework, is Great in Bed and Doesn’t Get All Iffy When You Mention Words Like Love and Commitment. London: Simon & Schuster.

Quinn, Maria. (1994). Between Clean Sheets: Housework Homebook - for Men. Sydney & Auckland: Harper Collins.

Sinclair, Peter. (ed). (1993). King, Warrior, Magician, Weenie: Contemporary Men’s Humour, Freedom, CA: Crossing Press

Sochen, June. (ed.). (1991) Women’s Comic Visions. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Squires, Tony, Robbins, Mikey and Abbott, Steve. (1998). Big Man’s World. Nelson’s Point, NSW: Random House.

Tucket, Nan. (1994). All Men Are Bastards Joke Book. New York & London: Pan Books.

Warren, Roz. (ed). (1995). Men Are From Detroit, Women Are From Paris: Cartoons by Women. Freedom, CA: The Crossing Press

Williams, Todd. The First Men’s Guide to Ironing. St Martins Press.