Steven Goldberg

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Steven Goldberg (born 14 October 1941) is a native of New York City and was president of the sociology department at City College of New York (CCNY) from 1988 until his retirement. He is most widely known for his theory of patriarchy, which attempts to explain male domination through biological causes.

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  • Hakim, Catherine (2004). Key Issues in Women's Work: Female Diversity and the Polarisation of Women's Employment. City: Routledge Cavendish. ISBN 1-904385-16-8. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Gale Reference Team. 'Biography - Goldberg, Steven (1941-)'. In Contemporary Authors. Thomson Gale, 2006.

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