(Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive
bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities,
compiled by Michael Flood. 19th edition, 2008. Home URL: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/)
Note: Works listed under Best Reading above have been left out of the following list. Also, works with a psychoanalytic emphasis are under Spirituality, Mythopoetic writing & Psychoanalysis below, works with a historical emphasis are under Histories of Masculinity. and so on.
“The role of men and boys in achieving gender equality” - Expert
Group Meeting , Organized by DAW in collaboration with ILO and UNAIDS 21-24
October 2003, Brasilia, Brazil. URL: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/egm/men-boys2003/index.html.
The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality / R. W. Connell
Report of the Online Discussion on the role of men and boys in achieving gender equality / R. W. Connell.
The role of men and boys in the fight against HIV/AIDS in the world of work / International Labour Organization (ILO), Geneva, Switzerland.
Men can make a difference / Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, Bertil Lindblad.
Papers by Experts;
Strategies and Approaches to Enhance the Role of Men and Boys in Gender Equality: Case Study of Yemen / Magda M. ElSanousi.
Why are Men Reluctant to Participate Fully in all Actions Towards Gender Equality? - A Case Study of Uganda / Emmanuel Ochora.
Gender Stereotypes and the Socialization process / Jivka Marinova.
The Role of Men in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS / Njoki Wainaina.
Men as Partners: Promoting Men’s Involvement in Care and Support Activities for People Living with HIV/AIDS and in Preventing Mother to Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS / Dean Peacock.
Addressing the sexual cultures of heterosexual men: Key strategies in involving men and boys in HIV/AIDS prevention / Michael Flood.
HIV Prevention with Men: Toward Gender Equality and Social Justice / Alan Greig.
Listen, Learn and Link Up for a more gender just society: Lessons Learnt from Working in HIV/AIDS in the Pacific / Steven Vete.
Work and Masculinity among Peruvian Urban Men / Norma Fuller.
Evolving the gender agenda ñ men, gender and development organisations / James L. Lang.
Gender Tension and Change in the Contemporary Caribbean / Linden Lewis.
Rethinking Pro-Feminism: Men, Work and Family in India / Radhika Chopra.
“The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality” - Some Swedish and Scandinavian Experiences / Lars Jalmert.
Fatherhood in adolescence: the construction of political agenda / Jorge Lyra.
Papers by Observers;
The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality / Carlos G¸ida.
How do we know if men have changed? Promoting and measuring attitude change with young men. Lessons from Program H in Latin America / Gary Barker.
Men, masculinities and gender violence / Benedito Medrado.
Akira, Kakamura. (1994). Watashi-no Danseigaku (My Men’s Studies). Tokyo: Kindaiburgei-sha.
Allister, Mark (ed). (2004). Eco-Man: New perspectives on masculinity and nature. Charlottesville and London: University of Virginia Press.
Alsop, Rachel, Annette Fitzsimmons, and Kathleen Lennon. (2002). Theorizing men and masculinities. Chapter 6 in Theorizing Gender. Cambridge: Polity Press.
Andrews, John. (1994). Political Dreaming: Men, Politics and the Personal. Leichhardt. Sydney: Pluto Press.
Armengol, Josep M. (2008). Re/Presenting Men: Cultural and Literary Constructions of Masculinity in the U.S. Saarsbruck: VDM Publishing.
Ashe, Fidelma. (2007). The New Politics of Masculinity: Men, power and resistance.
1. Introduction -- 2. Men Doing Feminism: A Contemporary Movement? --3. Profeminism, Masculinity and Social Change: Contemporary Culture and Identity --4. Profeminism and Identity Politics: Masculinity, New Times, New Politics -- 5. The Politics of Non-feminist Men’s Groups: The Field of Men’s Gender Politics -- 6. The Problematic of Men and Feminism: Men’s Identity and Feminist Politics -- 7. John Stoltenberg: The Politics of Refusal -- 8. Victor J. Seidler: Pain and Politics -- 9. Jeff Hearn: Men, Identity and Power -- 10. Raewyn Connell: Masculinities, Power and Alliance Politics -- 11. Profeminism, Theory and Practice: Reflections.
Ashwin S., and T. Lytkina. (2004). Men in Crisis in Russia: The Role of Domestic Marginalization. Gender & Society, April, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 189-206.
Badinter, Elisabeth. (1995). XY: On Masculine Identity. (trans. Lydia Davis). New York: Columbia University Press.
Bannon, Ian, and Maria C. Correia. (eds.). (2006). The Other Half of Gender:
Men’s issues in development. Washington DC: The World Bank.
Introduction / Ian Bannon and Maria C. Correia.
Men’s issues in development / Joyce P. Jacobsen.
Men’s gender relations, identity, and work-family balance in Latin America / José Olavarría.
Men’s participation as fathers in Latin America and the Caribbean: critical literature review and policy options / Gary Barker.
The role of men in families in the Caribbean: a historical perspective / Barry Chevannes.
Masculinity and violence in Colombia: deconstructing the conventional way of becoming a man / Fredy Hernán Gómez Alcaraz and Carlos Iván García Suárez.
Growing up poor and male in the Americas: reflections from research and practice with young men in low-income communities in Rio de Janeiro / Gary Barker.
Fearing Africa’s young men: male youth, conflict, urbanization, and the case of Rwanda / Marc Sommers.
Young men and the construction of masculinity in sub-Saharan Africa: implications for HIV/AIDS, conflict, and violence / Gary Barker and Christine Ricardo.
Young men and gender in war and postwar reconstruction: some comparative findings from Liberia and Sierra Leone / Paul Richards.
Collapsing livelihoods and the crisis of masculinity in rural Kenya / Mary Amuyunzu-Nyamongo and Paul Francis.
Gender and its discontents: moving to men-streaming development / Maria C. Correia and Ian Bannon.
Bartholome, Adreanna, Richard Tewksbury, and Alex Bruzzone. (2000). “I Want A Man”: Patterns of Attraction in All-male Personal Ads. Journal of Men’s Studies, 8(3), pp. 309-321.
Basso, Matthew, Laura McCall, and Dee Garceau. (eds). (2001). Across the Great Divide: Cultures of Manhood in the American West. Routledge.
Beasley, Chris. (2005). Gender/Masculinity Studies. Part 3 (6 chapters) in Gender & Sexuality: Critical theories, critical thinkers. London: Sage.
Beneke, Timothy. (1997). Proving Manhood: Reflections on Men and Sexism. University of California Press (Men and Masculinity, No. 5).
Benemann, William. (2006). Male-Male Intimacy in Early America: Beyond Romantic Friendships. San Francisco: Harrington Park Press.
Benwell, B. (ed.). (2004). Masculinity and Men’s Lifestyle Magazines. Blackwell.
Betcher, R.W., and William S. Pollack. (1993). In a Time of Fallen Heroes: The Re-Creation of Masculinity. New York & London: Guilford Press.
Beynon, John. (2002). Masculinities and Culture. Open University Press.
Biber, Katherine, Tom Sear, and Dave Trudinger. (eds). (1999). Playing The
Man: New Approaches to Masculinity. Sydney: Pluto Press.
David Caesar. Softening Them up.
Katherine Biber. ‘Turned Out Real Nice After All’: Death and Masculinity in Australian Cinema.
Mark Nicholls. Something for the Man Who Has Everything: Melancholia and the Films of Martin Scorsese.
Anthony Paxton. ‘Do You Want to Play With Fire, Little Boy?’ David Lynch and the Masculinity of Horror.
Elizabeth Stephens. Watchdogs of Desire: Representations of Homophobia in the Novels of Jean Genet.
Jeremy Mackinnon. Don’t Mention the Ward: The Phantom of Shell Shock In Pat Barker’s The Ghost Road.
Clare Scrine. Man or Monster?: Masturbation and the Challenge to Hegemonic Masculinity in the eighteenth century.
Robert McGregor. Military Masculinity and the Macaroni Challenge: The British Experience 1760-1780.
Melissa Harper. A Boy’s Own Adventure: George Morrison on Foot Across Australia.
Alexander Soucy. Masculinities and Buddhist Symbolism in Vietnam.
Simon French. Masculinity and Violence in the Playground.
Melinda Mawson. The Boy Who Played the Man: Narratives of Masculinity in the Aftermath of the Port Arthur Massacre.
Jeanne Ellard. What’s Love Got to do With it? Male Victims and the Family Court.
Mary Walsh And Mark Bahnisch. The Male Academic Body: Sex Inequality in Universities.
Laila Elmoos. The Deep Sea and the Shallow Water: Masculinity, Mateship and Work Practices on Sydney’s Waterfront in the 1950s.
Tom Sear. Playgirl Executives: Images of Men and Work in Early 1960s Australian Pulp Fiction.
Biddulph, Steve. (1994). Manhood: A Book About Setting Men Free. Sydney: Finch Publishing.
Biddulph, Steve. (ed.). (2000). Stories of Manhood: Journeys Into the Hidden Hearts of Men. Sydney: Finch Publishing.
Blazina, Chris. (2003). The Cultural Myth of Masculinity. Westport, CT: Praeger.Boule, Jean Pierre. (2001). Viagra, heroic masculinity and France. French Cultural Studies, v 12 pt 2, June, pp. 207-26.
Bourdieu, Pierre. (2001). Masculine Domination. (trans. Richard Nice) Stanford Univ Press.
Boyd, K., and Michael Roper. (1989). Men, Masculinity and Social Theory. History Workshop: A Journal of Socialist and Feminist Historians, 27, pp. 222-224.
Brandth, B., and M.S. Haugen. (2000). From lumberjack to business manager: Masculinity in the Norwegian forestry press. Journal of Rural Studies. 16(3):343-355, Jul.
Bredesen, Ole. (2004). Global Masculinities. Kvinneforskning (Journal of Gender Research in Norway), Special edition: North South. Gendered Views from Norway.
Brickell, Chris. (2005). Masculinities, Performativity, and Subversion: A Sociological Reappraisal. Men and Masculinities, 8(1), July, pp. 24-43.
Brod, Harry. (ed.). (1987). The Making of Masculinities: The New Men’s Studies. Boston: Allen & Unwin.
Brooks-Harris, Jeff E., Martin Heesacker, and Cristina Mejia-Millan. (1996). Changing men’s male gender-role attitudes by applying the elaboration likelihood model of attitude change. Sex Roles, November, Vol.35, Iss. 9/10.
Brownell, Susan, and Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom. (eds). (2002). Chinese Femininities, Chinese Masculinities: A Reader. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Bryson, Valerie. (1998). The Problem of Men. In Feminist Debates: Issues of Theory and Political Practice, Macmillan.
Bystydzienski, Jill M., and Steven P. Schacht. (eds). (2001). Forging Radical Alliances Across Difference: Coalition Politics for the New Millennium. Rowan & Littlefield.
Campbell, H. (2000). The glass phallus: Pub(lic) masculinity and drinking in rural New Zealand. Rural Sociology. 65(4):562-581, Dec.
Campbell, H., M. M. Bell, and M. Finney. (eds.). (2006). Country Boys: Masculinity
and Rural Life. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press.
Foreword / Carolyn Sachs.
1 Country Boys: Masculinity and Rural Life / Hugh Campbell, Michael Mayerfeld Bell, and Margaret Finney.
Part 1: Practices
2 Cultivating Dialogue: Sustainable Agriculture and Masculinities / Gregory Peter, Michael Mayerfeld Bell, Susan Jarnagin, and Donna Bauer.
3 Three Visions of Masculine Success on American Farms / Peggy F. Barlett.
4 Masculinities in Rural Small Business Ownership: Between Community and Capitalism / Sharon Bird.
5 Real Men, Real Locals, and Real Workers: Realizing Masculinity in Small-Town New Zealand / Hugh Campbell.
6 Rooted and Routed Masculinities Among the Rural Youth of North Cork and Upper Swaledale / Caitr’ona N’ Laoire and Shaun Fielding.
7 “White Men Are This Nation”: Right-Wing Militias and the Restoration of Rural American Masculinity / Michael Kimmel and Abby L. Ferber.
8 Rural Men’s Health: Situating Risk in the Negotiation of Masculinity
Will H. Courtenay.
Part 2: Representations
9 Cowboy Love / David Bell.
10 Embodiment and Rural Masculinity / J. Little.
11 Beer Advertising, Rurality, and Masculinity / Robin Law.
12 Changing Masculinity in a Changing Rural Industry: Representations in the Forestry Press / Berit Brandth and Marit S. Haugen.
13 Warrior Heroes and Little Green Men: Soldiers, Military Training, and the Construction of Rural Masculinities / Rachel Woodward.
Part 3: Changes
14 Country/City Men / Robert W. Connell.
15 Gendered Places and Place-Based Gender Identities: Reflections and Refractions
Canaan, Joyce E. (1991). Is ‘doing nothing’ just boys’ play?: Integrating feminist and cultural studies perspectives on working-class young men’s masculinity. In Franklin, Sarah, Lury, Celia and Stacey, Jackie. (eds). Off-Centre: Feminism and Cultural Studies. London: HarperCollins.
Carabi, Angels, and Josep M. Armengol. (2002). First Spanish National Conference on Men and Masculinities: Men Before the Challenge of Equality, 8-10 November 2001, Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. Men and Masculinities, 5(1), July.
Carabi, Angels, and Josep M. Armengol. (eds.). (2005). Debating Masculinity. Barcelona: Barcelona University Press. [DVD, 35 minutes. ISBN: 84-475-2941-X.]
Carabi, Angels, and Marta Segarra. (eds.). (2000). Nuevas masculinidades. (New Masculinities) Barcelona, Icaria.
Carabi, Angels, and Marta Segarra. (eds.). (2003). Grandes hombres escritos por mujeres. (Great Men Written By Women) Barcelona, Icaria.
Carby, H.V. (1998). Race Men. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.
Carrigan, Tim, R.W. Connell, and John Lee. (1987). Hard and Heavy: Toward a New Sociology of Masculinity. In Michael Kaufman, (ed.) Beyond Patriarchy: Essays by Men on Pleasure, Power and Change. New York: Oxford University Press.
Carrigan, Tim, R.W. Connell, and John Lee. (1987). Toward a New Sociology of Masculinity. In Brod, Harry. (ed.). The Making of Masculinities: The New Men’s Studies. Boston: Allen & Unwin (First Printed in Theory and Society, 14, pp. 551-604)
Carroll, B. (ed.). (2003). American Masculinities: A Historical Encyclopedia. Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage.
Carver, T. (1996). “Public Man” and the Critique of Masculinities. Political Theory, 24(4): 673-686.
Catano, James V. (2001). Ragged Dicks: Masculinity, Steel, and the Rhetoric of the Self-Made Man. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.
Cazés, Daniel. (1993). Normas del ‘Hombre De Verdad’ en Kafka y Sartre: Una Metodología Para asumir la Masculinidad Crítica (The Rules for the ‘True Man’ in Kafka and Sartre: A Method to Adopt Critical Masculinity). In XIII International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, México.
Cazés, Daniel. (1998). Work Among Men in Latin America: Research and Practices, Results and Experiences (Trabajo entre Hombres en América Latina: Investigación y Prácticas, Resultados y Experiencias). In Seminar on Men, Family formation and Reproduction, IUSSP y CENEP, Bruges-Buenos Aires.
Chambers, C. (2005). Masculine domination, radical feminism and change. Feminist Theory, 6(3): 325-346.
Chang, Jui-shan. (2000). Agony-Resolution Pathways: How Women Perceive American Men in Cosmopolitan’s Agony (Advice) Column. Journal of Men’s Studies, 8(3), pp. 285-308.
Chant, Sylvia, and Matthew Guttman. (2000). Mainstreaming Men Into Gender and Development. Working Paper. Oxford: Oxfam GB.
Chapman, Mary, and Glenn Hendler. (1999). Sentimental Men: Masculinity and the Politics of Affect in American Culture. University of California Press.
Chapman, Rowena, and Jonathan Rutherford. (1988). Male Order - Unwrapping Masculinity. London: Lawrence & Wishart.
Cheng, Cliff. (ed.). (1996). Masculinities in Organizations. Thousand Oaks,
Michael Kimmel Series Editor’s Introduction / Cliff Cheng Men and Masculinities Are Not Necessarily Synonymous: Thoughts on Organizational Behavior and Occupational Sociology / PART ONE: OCCUPATIONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY / Jennifer Pierce Rambo Litigators: Emotional Labor in a Male-Dominated Occupation / James W Messerschmidt Managing to Kill: Masculinities and the Space Shuttle Challenger Explosion / Judi Addelston and Michael Stirratt The Last Bastion of Masculinity: Gender Politics at The Citadel / PART TWO: SEX SEGREGATION, HOMOSOCIALITY, AND HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY / Rosemary Wright The Occupational Masculinity of Computing / Amy Wharton and Sharon Bird Stand by Your Man: Homosociality, Work Groups, and Men’s Perceptions of Difference / Martin Kilduff and Ajay Mehra Hegemonic Masculinity among the Elite: Power, Identity, and Homophily in Social Networks / PART THREE: MARGINALIZED MASCULINITIES / Laurie Telford Selves in Bunkers: Organizational Consequences of Failing to Verify Alternative Masculinities / Tomoko Hamada Unwrapping Euro-American Masculinity in a Japanese Multinational Corporation / Cliff Cheng ‘We Choose Not to Compete’: The ‘Merit’ Discourse in the Selection Process, and Asian and Asian-American Men and Their Masculinity
Chevannes, Barry. (1999). What You Sow Is What You Reap: Problems in the construction of male misidentity in Jamaica. Kingston, Jamaica: Grace, Kennedy Foundation Lecture.
Chevannes, Barry. (2001). Learning To be a Man: Culture, Socialization and Gender Identity in Five Caribbean Communities. Barbados: University of the West Indies Press.
Chopra, Radhika, Caroline Osella, and Filippo Osella. (eds.). (2004). South
Asian Masculinities: Context of Change, Sites of Continuity. New Dehli: Women
Unlimited (Kali for Women).
Introduction: Towards a More Nuanced Approach to Masculinity – Towards a Richer Understanding of South Asian Men / CAROLINE OSELLA, FILIPPO OSELLA & RADHIKA CHOPRA.
Encountering Masculinity: An ethnographer’s dilemma / RADHIKA CHOPRA.
The Workplace and the Neighbourhood: locating masculinities in the south Indian textile industry / GEERT DE NEVE.
Virginity vs. Decency: continuity and change in Pakistani men’s perception of sexuality and women / THOMAS MICHAEL WALLE.
‘My man (honour) is lost but I still have my iman (principle)’: sexual violence and articulation of masculinity / NAYANIKA MOOKHERJEE.
Gays, Paternity and Polyandry: making sense of new family forms in contemporary Sri Lanka / BOB SIMPSON.
The Masculinity of Dis-location: commodities, the metropolis, and the sex clinics of Delhi and Mumbai / SANJAY SRIVASTAVA.
Malayali Young Men and their Movie Heroes / CAROLINE & FILIPPO OSELLA.
The Importance of being Gandhi: gendering the national subject in Bombay cinema / KAREN GABRIEL.
Another History Rises to the Surface: melodrama in the age of digital simulation. Hey Ram! (Kamalahasan, 1999) / RAVI VASUDEVAN.
The Hero as Holy Man: a plea for a communal Hindu identity / ALESSANDRO MONTI.
Developing Powers: modernisation and the masculine hegemony of Hindu nationalism / P.K. VIJAYAN.
Christie, Alastair (ed.). (2001). Men and Social Work: Theories and Practices. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Chu, Judy Y., Michelle V. Porche, and Deborah L. Tolman. (2005). The Adolescent Masculinity Ideology in Relationships Scale: Development and Validation of a New Measure for Boys. Men and Masculinities, 8(1), July, pp. 93-153.
Clare, Anthony. (2000). On Men: Masculinity in Crisis. London: Arrow.
Clatterbaugh, Kenneth. (1998). What is Problematic About Masculinities?. Men and Masculinities, 1(1), July, pp. 24-45.
Cleaver, Frances (ed.). (2002). Masculinities Matter! Men, Gender and Development.
New York: Zed Books.
New Directions in Gender and Development: The Case for Considering Men / Frances Cleaver.
Nationalism, Masculinity and the Developmental State: Exploring Hindutva Masculinities / Prem Vijayan.
Collapsing Masculinities and Weak States: A Case Study of Northern Uganda / Chris Dolan.
Forget Lenin: The Pinguero and the Jintero as the New Guides of the International Proletariat / David Forrest.
Deconstructing Domination: Gender Disempowerment and the Legacy of Colonialism and Apartheid in Omaheke, Namibia / Niki Kandirikirira.
Men in Women’s Groups: A Gender and Agency Analysis of Local Institutions / Helen Hambly Odame.
Boys Will Be Boys: Addressing the Social Construction of Gender / Marilyn Thomson.
Why Do Dogs Lick Their Balls? Gender, Desire and Change: A Case Study from Vietnam.
Targeting Men for a Change: AIDS Discourse and Activism in Africa / Janet Bujra
Clements, Barbara Evans. (ed.). et. al. (2002). Russian Masculinities in History and Culture. St. Martin’s Press.
Coad, David. (2002). Gender Trouble Down Under: Australian Masculinities. Valenciennes, France: Presses Universitaires de Valenciennes.
Coffey, B.R. (ed.). (2000). Rough With the Smooth: Stories of Australian Men. Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press.
Cohen, Theodore F. (2001). Men and masculinity: A text reader. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Thomson Learning.
Collinson, David L., and Jeff Hearn. (1995). Naming Men as Men: Implications for Work, Organization and Management. Gender, Work and Organization, 1(1), pp. 2-22.
Cones, James H., and Joseph L. White. (1999). Black Man Emerging: Facing the Past and Seizing a Future in America. Routledge.
Conference Proceedings. (2001). Men Aren’t From Mars: Masculinities and
Non-Violence in Latin America and the Caribbean. 9-10 October, London.
Masculinity and Violence in Nicaragua / Patrick Welsh.
Masculinity, Identity and Culture / Victor Seidler.
AMAV’s Gender and Masculinity Work with Young People / Juan ‘Johnny’ Benicio Jimenez Vasquez.
Oxfam UK’s Poverty Programme: Exploring the Connections Between Gender Equity, Poverty and Masculinity / Sue Smith.
Project Crest: Community Experience of Working With Men / Colette Caroll.
A Feminist Perspective on Working With Men / Sukey Field.
Connell, R. (2003a). Scrambling in the ruins of patriarchy: Neo-liberalism and men’s divided interests. in U. Pasero (ed), Gender: From costs to benefits, Westdeutscha, Verlag, Germany.
Connell, R. W. (2005). Change among the gatekeepers: Men, mascullinities, and gender equality in the global arena. Signs, 30(3): 1801-1825.
Connell, R. W., and J. W. Messerschmidt. (2005). Hegemonic Masculinity: Rethinking the Concept. Gender Society, 19(6): 829-859.
Connell, R.W. (1989). Cool Guys, Swots and Wimps: The Interplay of Masculinity and Education. Oxford Review of Education, 15(3).
Connell, R.W. (1990a). A Whole New World: Remaking masculinity in the context of the environmental movement. Gender and Society, 4(4), December. (Also in Connell, R.W. (1995). Masculinities. Sydney: Allen & Unwin).
Connell, R.W. (1990b). An Iron Man: The Body and Some Contradictions of Hegemonic Masculinity. In Messner, Michael A. and Sabo, Donald F. (eds). Sport, Men, and the Gender Order: Critical Feminist Perspectives. Illinois: Human Kinetics Books.
Connell, R.W. (1990c). The State, Gender and Sexual Politics. Theory and Society, 19
Connell, R.W. (1991). Live Fast and Die Young: The Construction of Masculinity Among Young Working-Class Men on the Margin of the Labour Market. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 27(2), August. (Also in Connell, R.W. (1995). Masculinities. Sydney: Allen & Unwin).
Connell, R.W. (1992). A Very Straight Gay: Masculinity, Homosexual Experience, and the Dynamics of Gender. American Sociological Review, 57(6), December. (Also in Connell, R.W. (1995). Masculinities. Sydney: Allen & Unwin).
Connell, R.W. (1993a). The Big Picture: Masculinities in Recent World History. Theory and Society, 22. (Also in Connell, R.W. (1995). Masculinities. Sydney: Allen & Unwin)
Connell, R.W. (1993b). Men and the Women’s Movement. Social Policy, 23(4), Summer.
Connell, R.W. (1993c). Disruptions: Improper Masculinities and Schooling. In Lois Weis and Michelle Fine. (eds). Beyond Silenced Voices: Class, Race, and Gender in United States Schools. New York: State University of New York Press.
Connell, R.W. (1995). Men Should Support Feminism. In Wekesser, Carol. (ed.). Feminism: Opposing Viewpoints. San Diego: Greenhaven Press.
Connell, R.W. (1997). Men in the World: Masculinities and Globalization. Paper to Conference, Masculinities: Renegotiating Genders. University of Wollongong, 20 June.
Connell, R.W. (2003). Masculinities, Change and Conflict in Global Society: Thinking about the Future of Men’s Studies. Journal of Men’s Studies, 11(3), Spring.
Connell, R.W., and James W. Messerschmidt. (2005). Hegemonic masculinity: rethinking the concept. Gender & Society, 19.6 (Dec.).Connor, S. (2001). The Shame of Being a Man. Textual Practice. 15(2):211-230, Summer.
Cornwall, Andrea, and Nancy Lindisfarne. (eds). (1993). Dislocating Masculinity:
Comparative Ethnographies. London and New York: Routledge .
Includes: (1) Andrea Cornwall & Nancy Lindisfarne - Dislocating Masculinity: Gender, Power and Anthropology. (2) Angie Hart - Missing Masculinity? Prostitutes’ Clients in Alicante, Spain. (3) Peter Loizos - A Broken Mirror: Masculine Sexuality in Greek Ethnography. (4) Nancy Lindisfarne - Variant Masculinities, Variant Virginities: Rethinking ‘Honour and Shame’. (5) David Forrest - ‘We’re Here, We’re Queer, and We’re Not Going Shopping’: Changing Gay Male Identities in Contemporary Britain. (6) Andrea Cornwall - Gendered Identities and Gender Ambiguity Among Travestis in Salvador, Brazil. (7) Lin Foxhall - Pandora Unbound: A Feminist Critique of Foucault’s History of Sexuality. (8) Chenjerai Shire - Men Don’t go to the Moon: Language, Space and Masculinities in Zimbabwe. (9) Bonnie McElhinny - An Economy of Affect: Objectivity, Masculinity and the Gendering of Police Work. (10) Les Back - The ‘White Negro’ Revisited: Race and Masculinities in South London. (11) Helen Kanitkar - ‘Real True Boys’: Moulding the Cadets of Imperialism. (12) Deniz Kandiyoti - The Paradoxes of Masculinity: Some Thoughts on Segregated Societies.
Cose, Ellis. (2002). The Envy of the World: On Being a Black Man in America. New York: Washington Square Press.
Cowburn, M., and L. Dominelli. (2001). Masking Hegemonic Masculinity: Reconstructing the Paedophile as the Dangerous Stranger. British Journal of Social Work. 31(3):399-415, June.
Cox, Eva. (1996). About Men. Chapter 12 in Leading Women: Tactics for Making the Difference. Sydney: Random House.
Crotty, Martin. (2001). Making the Australian Male: Middle-Class Masculinity 1870-1920. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
Cuordileone, K. A. (2005). Manhood and American Political Culture in the Cold War. New York: Routledge.
Cuordileone, Kyle. (2002). Politics in an Age of Anxiety: Masculinity, the Vital Center, and American Political Culture in the Cold War, 1949-1963. Routledge.
Davis, T. L. (2002). Voices of Gender Role Conflict: The Social Construction of College Men’s Identity. Journal of College Student Development, 43(4), 508-521.
Davison, K., and B. Frank. (eds). (2001). Masculinities, Sexualities and Schooling. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Fernwood.
Demetriou, D.Z. (2001). Connell’s Concept of Hegemonic Masculinity: A Critique. Theory & Society. 30(3):337-361, June.
Desacatos: Revissta de Antropologia Social, Numbers 15-16, October - November
2004, Special issue: Masculinidades diversas.
Los ìhombresî y el conocimiento. Reflexiones epistemolÛgicas para el estudio de ìlos hombresî como sujetos genÉricos / Guillermo NúÒez Noriega.
De acomplejado a arrollador. SemiÛtica de la masculinidad / Juan Carlos RamÌrez RodrÌguez.
Intimidad en venta: øcÛmo se llega a ser trabajador sexual? / Michel Dorais.
Entre la temeridad y la responsabilidad. Masculinidad, riesgo y mortalidad por violencia en la sierra de Sonora / HÉctor Eloy Rivas S·nchez.
CrÛnica de aspectos, aspersiones, cambios, arquetipos y estereotipos de la masculinidad / Carlos Monsiv·is.
Dipiero, Thomas. (2002). White Men Aren’t. Duke Univ Press.
Donaldson, Mike, and Scott Poynting. (2007). Ruling Class Men: Money, Sex, Power. Bern, Berlin, New York: Oxford.
Donaldson, Mike. (1991). Time of Our Lives: Labour and Love in the Working Class. North Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
Donaldson, Mike. (1993). What is Hegemonic Masculinity?. Theory and Society, 22.
Donaldson, Mike. (1997a). Growing Up Very Rich: The Masculinity of the Hegemonic. Paper to Conference, Masculinities: Renegotiating Genders. University of Wollongong, 20 June.
Donaldson, Mike. (1997b). Researching Ruling Class Men: Biography, Autobiography, Life History. Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 2(1), pp. 93-104.
Donovan, Brian. (1998). Political Consequences of Private Authority: Promise Keepers and the Transformation of Hegemonic Masculinity. Theory and Society. 27.
Doty, William G. (1993). Myths of Masculinity. New York: Crossroad Publishing Company.
Douglas, Peter, and Bob Lingard. (1999). Men Engaging Feminisms: Profeminism,
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2. The Body, the Will and the Fear of Falling: The history of masculine self-control / Claes Ekenstam.
3. Consuming Manhood: The feminization of American culture and the recreation of the male body, 1832-1920 / Michael S. Kimmel.
4. Men, Bodies and Identities / Victor J. Seidler.
5. What’s Behind the Mask? Bodybuilding and masculinity / Thomas Johansson.
7. When Boys Become Men: The martial arts as young people’s revolt against the youth rebellion / Hans Bonde.
8. Sylvester Stallone’s Body: “A peculiar, not to say pathological, interest” / Martti Lahti.
9. Searching for the Body: Making connections between health, bodies and men’s violence / Jeff Hearn.
10. Male Ways of Giving Birth / Klaus Theleweit.
12. Asthma: The construction of the masculine body / Arto Tiihonen.
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PART I: MAKING MEN: INSTITUTlONS AND SOCIAL PRACTICES.
1. Festivities of Violence: Circumcision and the Making of Men / Abdelwahab Bouhdiba, Abdu Kbal.
2. Circumcision, the First Haircut and the Torah: Ritual and Male Identity Among the Ultraorthodox Community of Israel / Yoram Bilu.
3. ‘Our Billent Is Now a Commando’: Military Service and Manhood in Turkey / Emma Sinclair-Webb.
‘Military service in spite of me’: Interview with L.S., Former Conscript.
4. Male Gender and Rituals of Resistance in the Palestinian Intifada: A Cultural Politics of Violence / Julie Peteet.
5. The Military as a Second Bar Mitzvah: Combat Service as Initiation to Zionist Masculinity / Danny Kaplan.
PART II: MALE FICTIONS: NARRATIVES, IMAGES AND ICONS.
6. Reading ‘Wiles of Women’ Stories as Fictions of Masculinity / Afsaneh Najmabadi.
7. Male Homosexuality in Modern Arabic Literature / Frederic Lagrange.
8. Farid Shauqi: Tough Guy, Family Man, Cinema Star / Walter Armbrust.
9. Chewing Gum, Insatiable Women and Foreign Enemies: Male Fears and the Arab Media / Mal Ghoussoub.
10. ‘That’s how I am, world!’: Saddam, Manhood and the Monolithic Image / Hazim Saghieb.
PART III: MEMOIR AND MALE IDENTITY.
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12. Not the Man My Father Was / Ahmad Beydoun.
13. Those Two Heavy Wings of Manhood: On Moustaches / Hassan Daoud.
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Philanderers, Cuckolds, and Wily Women: A Reexamination of Gender Relations in a Brazilian Working-Class Neighborhood / Fonseca, Claudia.
Verguenza and Changing Chicano and Chicana Narratives / Barriga, Miguel Diaz.
Machismo and Politics in Ecuador: The Case of Pancho Jaime / Andrade, Xavier.
The Social Constitution of Gender Identity among Peruvian Men / Fuller, Norma.
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Culture and Rights.
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Youth, fathers and masculinity in South Africa today / Robert Morrell.
The role of men in the struggle for gender equality: possibilities for positive engagement / Bafana Khumalo.
Involving men in maternity care: health service delivery issues / Saiqa Mullick, Busi Kunene and Monica Wanjiru.
Creating spaces for men’s involvement in sexual and reproductive health / Mokgethi Tshabalala.
Redefining masculinity in the era of HIV/AIDS: Padare’s work on masculinity in Zimbabwe / Regis Munyaradzi Mtutu.
South African men care enough to act against HIV/AIDS and general inequality: the Men in Partnership act against HIV/AIDS (MIPAA) experience / Rabi Gobind.
Urgency and optimism: masculinities, gender equality and public health / Dean Peacock.
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Hearn, Jeff, and Keith Pringle. (2006). European Perspectives on Men and Masculinities:
National and Transnational Approaches.
Members of Critical Research on Men In Europe (CROME).
Studying Men in Europe; J. Hearn & K. Pringle.
PART 1: APPROACHES.
Academic Research; J. Hearn, K. Pringle & The Collective.
Statistical Information; J. Hearn & The Collective.
Law and Policy; K. Pringle, J. Hearn & The Collective.
Media and Newspaper Representations; J. Hearn & The Collective.
PART 2: THEMES.
Home and Work; J. Hearn, K. Pringle & The Collective.
Social Exclusion; K. Pringle & J. Hearn, with I. Novikova & D. Kambourov.
Violences; J. Hearn & K. Pringle.
Health; J. Hearn & V. Kolga, with K. Pringle.
Configurations of Europe; J. Hearn, K. Pringle & The Collective.
Hearn, Jeff, Ann Oakley, Jeanette Edwards, and Jennie Popay. (eds). (1998).
Men, Gender Divisions and Welfare. London: Routledge.
Introduction: The Trouble With Men / Jeff Hearn, Jeanette Edwards and Jennie Popay [et. al.].
1. The Welfare of Men? / Jeff Hearn.
2. Troubled Masculinities in Social Policy Discourses: Young Men / Jeff Hearn.
3. Troubled Masculinities in Social Policy Discourses: Fatherhood / Fiona Williams.
4. Are Men Good for the Welfare of Women and Children? / Ann Oakley and Alan S. Rigby.
5. Out of Control: Men, Violence and Family Life / Jalna Hanmer.
6. Men Will Be Men: The Ambiguity of Men’s Support for Men Who Have Been Violent to Known Women / Jeff Hearn.
7. Male Carers in Marriage: Re-examining Feminist Analysis of Informal Care / Gillion Parker and Julie Seymour.
8. ‘I’m Just a Bloke Who’s Had Kids’: Men and Women on Parenthood / Sue Clarke and Jennie Popay.
9. ‘All Jumbled Up’: Employed Women With Unemployed Husbands / David Waddington, Chas Critcher and Bella Dicks.
10. Screening Out Men: or ‘Has Mum Changed Her Washing Powder Recently?’ / Jeanette Edwards.
11. Redundant Men and Overburdened Women: Local Service Providers and the Construction of Gender in Ex-Mining Communities / Bella Dicks, David Waddington and Chas Critcher.
12. Men and Childcare: Policy and Practice / Keith Pringle.
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Patriarchy and Men’s Practice.
Changing Men’s Sexist Practice in the Social Sciences.
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and Gender Politics. New York: Columbia University Press.
Pt. 1. Theorizing Masculinities.
1. The Construction of Gender Identity.
2. Masculinities and Masculinism.
Pt. 2. Masculinities, IR, and Gender Politics.
3. Masculinities in International Relations.
4. The Economist’s Masculine Credentials.
5. The Economist, Globalization, and Masculinities.
6. The Economist/IR Intertext.
Conclusion: IR and the (Re)Making of Hegemonic Masculinity.
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Hudson, Liam, and Bernadine Jacot. (1991). The Way Men Think: Intellect, Intimacy and the Erotic Imagination. New Haven & London: Yale University Press.
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THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF GENDER: WHAT MAKES A MAN?
Paradoxes of Gender / Judith Lorber. The Medical Construction of Gender: Case Management of Intersexed Infants / Suzanne J. Kessler. Does Size Matter? / Susan Bordo. X: A Fabulous Child’s Story / Lois Gould.
GROWING UP: AT HOME, AT SCHOOL.
The Socialization Component / Eleanor E. Maccoby. The “Act Like a Man” Box / Paul Kivel. Through the Tunnel / Doris Lessing. Girls and Boys Together.But Mostly Apart: Gender Arrangements in Elementary School / Barrie Thorne. Schools and Gender / R.W. Connell. “South Park”, Blue Men, Anality, and Market Masculinity / Judith Kegan Gardiner. The Ninjas, the X-Men, and the Ladies: Playing with Power and Identity in an Urban Primary School / Anne Haas Dyson.
PLAYING GAMES, LEARNING GENDER.
Boyhood, Organized Sports, and the Construction of Masculinities / Michael A. Messner. “All-American Guys” / Bernard Lefkowitz. The Making of a Bully / Susan Douglas. Trigger-Happy Birthday / Kiku Adatto.
HUSBANDS, SONS, AND FATHERS.
Who Needs Men? / Barbara Ehrenreich and Lionel Tiger. Why Can’t a Good Man Be Sexy? Why Can’t a Sexy Man Be Good? / Naomi Segal. A Father’s Story / Andre Dubus. So I Guess You Know What I Told Him / Stephen Dobyns.
WORKING LIVES, GENDERED INSTITUTIONS.
Advantages and Disadvantages of “Being a Man” / Jim Allan. Managing to Kill: Masculinities and the Space Shuttle “Challenger” Explosion / James W. Messerschmidt. The Men We Carry in Our Minds / Scott Russell Sanders. The Glass Escalator: Hidden Advantages for Men in the “Female” Professions / Christine L. Williams.
SEX, LOVE, AND POWER.
Lust / Susan Minot. Men-Only Spaces as Effective Sites for Education and Transformation in the Battle to End Sexual Assault / Stephen Montagna. Using Pornography / Robert Jensen. Sex, Friendship, and Gender Roles Among Gay Men / Peter M. Nardi. The Heterosexual Questionnaire / M. Rochlin.
BLACK MASCULINITIES: A UNIQUE HISTORY.
Between Apocalypse and Redemption: John Singleton’s “Boyz N the Hood” / Michael Eric Dyson. Reconstructing Black Masculinity / bell hooks. Like a Winding Sheet / Ann Petry. Theorists on Constructions of Black Masculinities / Khaula Murtadha-Watts.
AT WAR: THE SHADOW OF A SOLDIER.
Wars, Wimps and Women: Talking Gender and Thinking War / Carol Cohn. Paintball as Combat Sport / James William Gibson. Seville Statement on Violence. The Messenger of the Lost Battalion / Gregory Orfalea.
MEN CHANGING: VISIONS OF A FUTURE.
Healing from Manhood: A Radical Meditation on the Movement from Gender Identity to Moral Identity / John Stoltenberg. Placing Multiracial Feminism at the Center of Political Discourse / Michael A. Messner.
Irvine, Leslie, and Brian Klocke. (2001). Redefining Men: Alternative Masculinities in a Twelve-Step Program. Men and Masculinities, 4(1), July, 27-48.
Ito, Kimio. (1996). An Introduction to Men’s Studies (Danseigaku Nyumon). Tokyo: Sakuhin Publishers.
Ito, Kimio. (1997). Directions for Masculinities (Otokorashisa-no-yukue). Tokyo: Shinyo-sha Publishers.
Jackson, Cecile. (ed.). (2001). Men at Work: Labour, Masculinities, Development.
London: Frank Cass, in association with European Association of Development
Research and Training Institutes, Bonn.
Men at Work / Cecile Jackson.
Continuites and Discontinuities in Political Constructions of the Working Man in Rural Sub-Saharan Africa: The ‘Lazy Man’ in African Agriculture. / Ann Whithead.
Men, Women and Work in Rural Zambia / Elizabeth Harrison.
Partners in Women-Headed Households: Emerging Masculinities? / Javier Pineda.
Work and Masculinity Among Peruvian Urban Men / Norma Fuller.
Exiled to the Home: Masculinity and Ageing in Urban Mexico / Ann Varley; Maribel Blasco.
Equitable Social Practices and Masculine Personal History: A Santiago Study / Diane Almeras.
The Work of the Nation: Heroic Masculinity in South African Autobiographical Writing of the Anti-Apartheid Struggle / Elaine Unterhalter.
Masculinity, Male Domestic Authority and Female Labour Participation in South India / Penny Vera-Sanso.
Men in Crisis? Reflections on Masculinities, Work and Family in North-West Costa Rica / Sylvia Chant.
All Change? Men, Women and Reproductive Work in the Global Economy / Ruth Pearson.
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Jacobs, Michael P. (1997). Do Gay Men Have a Stake in Male Privilege? The Political Economy of Gay Men’s Contradictory Relationship to Feminism. Chapter 11 in Gluckman, Amy and Reed, Betsy. (eds). Homo Economics: Capitalism, Community, and lesbian and Gay Life. London & New York: Routledge.
Janssen, Diederik F. (ed.) (2008). International Guide To Literature On Masculinity. Men’s Studies Press.
Jefferson, Tony. (2002). Subordinating Hegemonic Masculinity. Theoretical Criminology, 6(1), pp. 63-88.
Jensen, Robert. (1998). Men’s Lives and Feminist Theory. In Kate Conway-Turner et. al. (eds). Women’s Studies in Transition: The Pursuit of Interdisciplinarity. Newark: University of Delaware Press (first Published in Race, Gender, and Class, 2(2), Winter 1995).
Jerome, Roy. (ed). (2001). Conceptions of Postwar German Masculinity. State
Univ of New York Press.
Pt. I. Introductory Considerations
Pt. II. Theoretical Considerations to the Problematic of Postwar German Masculine Identity
Pt. III. Reading Masculinity in Postwar German Literature
Introduction / Roy Jerome
Hard-Cold-Fast: Imagining Masculinity in the German Academy, Literature, and the Media / Klaus-Michael Bogdal
An Interview with Tilmann Moser on Trauma, Therapeutic Technique, and the Constitution of Masculinity in the Sons of the National Socialist Generation / Roy Jerome
Paralysis, Silence, and the Unknown SS-Father: A Therapeutic Case Study on the Return of the Third Reich in Psychotherapy / Tilmann Moser
The German-Jewish Hyphen: Conjunct, Disjunct, or Adjunct? / Harry Brod
Masculinity and Sexual Abuse in Postwar German Society / Klaus-Jurgen Bruder
The Motif of the Man, Who, Although He Loves, Goes to War: On the History of the Construction of Masculinity in the European Tradition / Carl Pietzcker
“I have only you, Cassandra”: Antifeminism and the Reconstruction of Patriarchy in the Early Postwar Works of Hans Erich Nossack / Inge Stephan
Brutal Heroes, Human Marionettes, and Men with Bitter Knowledge: On the New Formulation of Masculinity in the Literature of the “Young Generation” after 1945 (W. Borchert, H. Boll, and A. Andersch) / Hans-Gerd Winter
Vaterliteratur, Masculinity, and History: The Melancholic Texts of the 1980s / Barbara Kosta
Homosexual Images of Masculinity in German-Language Literature after 1945 / Wolfgang Popp
Neo-Nazi or Neo-Man? The Possibilities for the Transformation of Masculine Identity in Kafka and Hasselbach / Russell West
Multiple Masculinities in Turkish-German Men’s Writing / Moray McGowan
Afterword / Michael Kimmel
Johnson, Sally, and Ulrike Hanna Meinhof. (eds). (1997). Language and Masculinity. Oxford: Blackwell.
Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies. (1998). Special Issue: Australian
Masculinities, 3(2), December. Includes;
Introduction: Studying Australian Masculinities / Connell, R.W.
Wusses and Willies: Masculinity and Contemporary Sexual Politics / Dowsett, Gary W.
Under the Bonnet: Car Culture, Technological Dominance and Young Men of the Working Class / Walker, Linley.
‘He had to be a Poofter or Something’: Violence, Male Honour and Heterosexual Panic / Tomsen, Stephen.
The Making of Warriors: Men, Identity and Military Culture / Agostino, Katerina.
‘If Anyone Called Me a Wog, They Wouldn’t Be Speaking to Me Alone’: Protest Masculinity and Lebanese Youth in Western Sydney / Poynting, Scott, Noble, Greg and Tabar, Paul.
Growing up Very Rich: The Masculinity of the Hegemonic / Donaldson, Mike.
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Kay, Rebecca (2006). Men in Contemporary Russia: The Fallen Heroes of Post-Soviet
Introduction: studying men in Russia: historical perspectives and international contexts.
Heroes or villains?: ‘being a man’ in contemporary Russia.
Military service: rite of passage or waste of time?
‘What kind of a man doesn’t provide for his family?’: making ends meet in the new labour market.
‘What’s a man without capital?’: the pitfalls and potential of private enterprise.
‘I couldn’t live without my kids’: fatherhood as a contested identity.
‘A woman has a right to expect certain conditions’: personal relationships between men and women.
‘Just give me an aspirin and I’ll be fine’: the provision of social services and support for men: a case study of the Altai Regional Crisis Centre for Men.
Conclusions: new perspectives on men in contemporary Russia.
Kendall, Chris, and Wayne Martino. (eds.) (2006). Gendered Outcasts and Sexual
Outlaws. Haworth Press.
Foreword (John Stoltenberg).
PART I: THE DYNAMICS OF SEX/GENDER OPPRESSION.
1. Introduction (Christopher Kendall and Wayne Martino).
2. Brettles (John Gascoigne).
3. The Relevance of Radical Feminism for Gay Men (Robert Jensen).
4. Sissyphobia and Everything After (Tim Bergling).
5. Straight-Acting Masculinities: Normalisation and Gender Hierarchies in Gay Men’s Lives (Wayne Martino).
6. Stats Please: Gay Men As Mimics, Robots, and Commodities in Contemporary Cultural Spaces (Anthony Lambert).
7. Narcissism, the Adonis Complex, and the Pursuit of the Ideal (Daryl Higgins).
PART II: WHEN GENDER HARMS AND OPPRESSION BECOMES THE NORM.
8. Pornography, Hypermasculinity, and Gay Male Identity: Implications for Male Rape and Gay Male Domestic Violence (Christopher Kendall).
9. Queer Men and Sexual Assault: What Being Raped Says About Being a Man (Rus Ervin Funk).
10. HE and i =/ (does not equal) US (Peter Shuttlewood).
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Section Two: Colonial and Postcolonial Worlds
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6: A Context for Writing Masculinities / Donna C. Matahaere-Atariki.
Section Three: Settings and Practices
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9: It Takes Two to Tango: The Place of Women in the Construction of Hegemonic Masculinity in a Student Pub / Anna Kraack.
10: ‘What it Means to be a Man’: Hegemonic Masculinity and the Reinvention of Beer / Hugh Campbell, Robin Law and James Honeyfield.
Section Four: Representations.
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Masculinity as Governance: Police, Public Service and the Embodiment of Authority, c. 1700-1850 / F.Dodsworth.
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Colonial manhood and masculinities / Moore, Clive.
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Lovable larrikins and awful ockers / Rickard, John.
War and masculinity in twentieth century Australia / Garton, Stephen.
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Percy Grainger and Manliness / Pear, David.
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Blokus domesticus: The Sensitive New Age Guy in Australia / McMahon, Anthony.
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The Times of Change: Men and Masculinity in Southern Africa - Robert Morrell.
PART ONE: THE BODY IN ACTION: GUNS, SPORT AND VIOLENCE.
1. Gun Violence and Masculinity in Contemporary South Africa - Jacklyn Cock.
2. Ukubekezela or Ukuzithemba: African Life Savers In Durban - Crispin Hemson.
3. ‘Man, gun and horse’: Hard Right Afrikaner Masculine Identity in Post-Apartheid South Africa - Sandra Swart.
4. Making Waves, Making Men: The Emergence of Competitive Surfing Masculinity in South Africa During the Late 1970s - Glen Thompson.
5. Masculinity and its Malcontents: The Confrontation between ‘Struggle Masculinity’ and ‘Post-Struggle Masculinity’. (1990-1997) - Thokozani Xaba.
PART TWO: FATHERS, FAMILIES AND KINSHIP.
6. Locusts fall from the sky: Manhood and Migrancy in KwaZulu - Benedict Carton.
7. Jandamarra, my Great-Grandfather and the British Empire: Reflections on Colonial War, Family History and the Making of Men and Women - Jon Hyslop.
8. Puritanism Transformed: Afrikaner Masculinities in the Apartheid and Post- Apartheid Period - Kobus Du Pisani.
9. Men Rule, but Blood Speaks: Gender, Identity, and Kinship at the Installation of a Female Chief in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe - Bjorn Lindgren.
10. ‘Men amongst Men’: Masculinity and Zulu Nationalism in the 1980s - Thembisa Waetjen and Gerhard Mare.
PART THREE: PERFORMING MASCULINITY.
11. Disappointed Men: Masculine Myths and Hybrid Identities in Windermere - Sean Field.
12. ‘The Beer Drinkers Say I had a Nice Prostitute, but the Church Goers Talk About Things Spiritual’: Learning to be Men at a Teachers’ College in Zimbabwe - Rob Pattman.
13. Between ‘Ouens@: Everyday Makings of Black Masculinity - Kopano Ratele.
14. ‘Simply the Best’: Soweto Flying Squad, Professional Masculinities and the Rejection of Machismo - Joan Wardrop.
PART FOUR: SEXUALITY.
15. ‘Going Underground and Going after Women’: Masculinity and HIV Transmission amongst Black Workers on the Gold Mines - Catherine Campbell.
16. Mkhumbane and New Traditions of (Un)African Same-Sex Weddings - Ronald Louw.
17. Black Migrant Mine Labourers and the Vicissitudes of Male Desire - Dunbar Moodie.
18. ‘Dangerous’ Love: Reflections on Violence among Xhosa Township Youth - Kate Wood and Rachel Jewkes.
Afterword - Michael Kimmel.
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Sex as machine.
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Sex as sport.
Sex as war and conquest.
Sex as exclusively heterosexual.
Insidious humor and the construction of masculinity.
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3. ‘One of the Guys’: Instrumentality and Intimacy in Gay Men’s Friendships With Straight Men / Fee, Dwight.
4. Gay Male Domestic Violence and the Pursuit of Masculinity / Cruz, J. Michael.
5. Risk and Masculinity in the Everyday Lives of Gay Men / Linneman, Thomas J.
6. Religion and Masculinity in Latino Gay Lives / Rodriguez, Eric M; Ouellette, Suzanne C.
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9. Masculinity Among Working-Class Gay Males / Barrett, Donald C.
10. Asian American Gay Men’s (Dis)claim on Masculinity / Han, Shinhee.
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Part I: Masculinities and Religion.
1. Gender and Islamic Spirituality: A Psychological View of ‘Low’ Fundamentalism - Durre S. Ahmed.
2. The Smile of Death and the Solemncholy of Masculinity - Banu Helvacioglu.
3. Alternate Images of the Prophet Muhammad’s Virility - Ruth Roded.
4. The Trial of Heritage and the Legacy of Abraham - Najat Rahman.
Part II: Masculinities and the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict.
5. My wife is from the jinn: Palestinian men, diaspora, and love - Celia Rothenberg.
6. Chasing Horses, Eating Arabs - Rob K. Baum.
7. Stranger Masculinities: Gender and Politics in a Palestinian-Israeli ‘Third Space’ - Daniel Monterescu.
Part III: Masculinities and Social Practice.
8. Gender, Power and Social Change in Morocco - Don Conway-Long.
9. Masculinity and Gender Violence in Yemen - Mohammed Baobaid.
10. Opportunities for Masculinity and Love: Cultural Production in Ba’thist Iraq during the 1980s - Achim Rohde.
11. On Being Homosexual and Muslim: Conflicts and Challenges - Asifa Siraj.
12. “The Worms Are Weak”: Male Infertility and Patriarchal Paradoxes in Egypt - Marcia C. Inhorn.
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Islamic masculinities: Introduction / Lahoucine Ouzgane.
“The worms are weak”: Male infertility and patriarchal paradoxes in Egypt / Marcia C. Inhorn.
Mullahs, martyrs, and men: Conceptualizing masculinity in the Islamic Republic of Iran / Shain Gerami.
Building a man on stage: Masculinity, romance, and performance according to Farid al-Atrash / Sherifa Zuhur.
The trial of heritage and the legacy of Abraham / Najat Rahman.
Gender (and) imperialism: Structures of masculinity in Tayeb Salih’s Season of Migration to the North / Wail S. Hassan.
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Men, Masculinity, and ‘Gender in Development’ / Cornwall, Andrea.
Men, Masculinities and the Politics of Development / White, Sarah C.
Disintegration Conflicts and the Restructuring of Masculinity / Large, Judith.
The Role of Men in Families: Achieving Gender Equity and Supporting Children / Engle, Patrice L.
Violence, Rape and Sexual Coercion: Everyday Love in a South African Township / Wood, Katherine and Rachel Jewkes.
‘Crabs in a bucket’: Reforming Male Identities in Trinidad / Sampath, Niels.
Gender Workshops With Men: Experiences and Reflections / Bhasin, Kamla.
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R.W. Connell – Masculinities: The Global Dimension.
Sharyn Pearce and Vivienne Muller.
David Buchbinder – Unruly Age: Representing the Aging Male Body.
Gary Ianziti – Unpacking the Codpiece.
Kerry Mallan – Just Looking? The Body, The Gaze, and the Male Artist.
Cassandra Loeser – Bounded Bodies, Mobile Selves: The Significance of the Muscular Body in Young Hearing-Impaired Men’s Constructions of Masculinity.
John Oliffe – In Search of a Social Model of Prostate Cancer: Finding Out About Bronch.
Brennen Shaw – It’s a Man’s Beach: Gender Dynamics in Australian Surf Life Saving Culture.
Cameron Boyd – Transmission Accomplished?: The Implications of Theories of Inter-Generational Transmission of Violence for Boys Who Live With Domestic Violence.
Heather Scutter – The Country of Feral Boys.
Vivienne Muller – Spacing the Body, Shaping the Self: Spaces and Bodies in the Formation of the Male Subject in David Malouf’s 12 Edmondstone Street.
Priscilla Walton – Queering Oral History: Vietnam and Katherine V. Forrest’s Liberty Square.
Natasha Cortis and Eileen Newmarch – Boys in Schools: What’s Happening?.
Martin Mills – Boys, Schooling and Backlash Politics.
Helen Hatchell – Masculinities And Adolescent Males At School: Disrupting Or Recreating Homophobic Discourses.
Michael Flood – Between Men and Masculinity: An Assessment of the Term ‘Masculinity’ in Recent Scholarship on Men (pp. 203-213).
Ben Wadham – What Does the White Man Want? White Masculinities and Aboriginal Reconciliation.
Kay Saunders and Katie McConnel – The Men Behind Pauline Hanson: Problematic Masculinity and Queensland Politics.
Karen Brooks and Chris McConville – ‘Wussy Boys’: The Re-modelling of Masculinity in the New Millennium.
Sharyn Pearce – Boys Behaving Badly?: Treating American Pie as a New Millennium Sex Manual.
Kelly Farrell – Keeping Mum About Dad: Maternity, Masculinity and Masquerade in Hollywood Films of the 90s.
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1. Introduction / Doris W. Ewing and Steven P. Schacht.
Part I: Relational Examples From our Past and Present.
2. From ‘Conscience and Common Sense’ to ‘Feminism for Men’: Pro-feminist Men’s Rhetorics of Support for Women’s Equality / Michael S. Kimmel.
3. To be Black, Male, and ‘feminist’: Making Womanist Space for Black Men on the Eve of a New Millennium / Gary Lemons.
4. Radical Feminist and Socialist Feminist Men’s Movements in the U.S. / Michael Messner.
Part II: Some Personal Considerations.
5. I am not a Rapist: Why College Guys are Confronting Sexual Violence / John Stoltenberg.
6. Patriarchal Sex / Robert Jensen.
7. The Many Paths of Feminism: Can Men Travel Any of Them? / Steven P. Schacht and Doris Ewing.
8. Healing From Manhood: A Radical Mediation on the Difference Between Gender Identity and Moral Identity / John Stoltenberg.
9. A Good Man is Hard to Bash: Confessions of an Ex-man-hater / Kay Leigh Hagan.
Part III: Reconstructing Gender Relations.
10. Feminism, Men, and the Study of Masculinity: Which Way Now? / Matthew Shepherd.
11. Feminism and Masculinity: Reconceptualizing the Dichotomy of Reason and Emotion / Christine A. James.
12. The Multiple Genders of the Court: Issues of Identity and Performance in a Drag Setting / Steven P. Schacht.
13. Gender Politics for Men / R.W. Connell.
14. Sex, Gender, and Transformation: From Scoring to Caring / Riane Eisler.
15. Men: Comrades in Struggle / bell hooks.
Part IV: Profeminist Men’s Groups Working Toward Meaningful Change.
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Manly Tears: Men’s Elegies for Children in Nineteenth-Century America / Eric Haralson.
How to be a (Sentimental) Race Man: Mourning and Passing in W.E.B. Du Bois’s The Souls of Black Folk / Ryan Schneider.
The Law of the Heart: Emotional Injury and its Fictions / Jennifer Travis.
“The Sort of Thing You Should Not Admit”: Hemingway’s Aesthetics of Emotional Restraint / Thomas Strychacz.
Road Work: Rereading Kerouac’s Midcentury Melodrama of Beset Sonhood / Stephen Davenport.
Men’s Tears and the Roles of Melodrama / Tom Lutz.
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Masculinity, Masquerade, and Genetic Impersonation: Gattaca’s Queer Visions / Jackie Stacey.
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Taking the Field: Women, Men, and Sports by Michael A. Messner; Spoilsports: Understanding and Preventing Sexual Exploitation in Sport by Celia H. Brackenridge / Ann Chisholm.
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Masculinities, Power and the Epidemic: Messages of Social Research, Connell, R., October 2007.
“Bring Me My Machine Gun”: Contesting Patriarchy and Rape Culture in the Wake of the Jacob Zuma Rape Trial, Peacock, D. and Khumalo, B., October 2007.
Careful Interventions: Masculinity and the Condom Crisis, Lewis, J., October 2007.
Changing Masculinities in Nicaragua: A Community Based Approach, Welsh, P., October 2007.
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Never the Twain Shall Meet: A Critical Appraisal of the Combination of Discourse and Psychoanalytic Theory in Studies of Men and Masculinity / Nigel Edley.
Prejudicial Expressions in Defense of Adolescent Masculine Identities in Interaction / Luke Moissinac.
Living the Image: A Quantitative Approach to delineating Masculinities / Andrew P. Smiler.
Images of Old Men’s Masculinity: Still a Man? / Edward H. Thompson.
Ten Years of Psychological Research on Men and Masculinity in the United States: Dominant Methodological Trends / MySha R. Whorley and Michael E. Addis.
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Paternal Involvement with School-aged Children in Brazilian Families: Association with Childhood Competence / Silvia Pereira da Cruz Benetti and Jaipaul L. Roopnarine / Masculinity Ideology and Forgiveness of Racial Discrimination among African American Men: Direct and Interactive Relationships / Wizdom Powell Hammond, Kira Hudson Banks and Jacqueline S. Mattis.
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Masculinity Ideology and Forgiveness of Racial Discrimination among African American Men: Direct and Interactive Relationships / Wizdom Powell, HammondKira Hudson Banks, Jacqueline S. Mattis.
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Never the Twain Shall Meet: A Critical Appraisal of the Combination of Discourse and Psychoanalytic Theory in Studies of Men and Masculinity / Nigel Edley.
Prejudicial Expressions in Defense of Adolescent Masculine Identities in Interaction / Luke Moissinac.
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Section 1: Masculinity and Identity.
1. Daytona Beach: Beyond Beats and Rhymes 2. The Real Slim Shady 3. The Enemy Within: On Becoming a Straight White Guy 4. Redefining Manhood: Resisting Sexism 5. Straight Guys Can Dance, Too 6. Stepping Out of Bounds 7. Hombres y Machos.
Section 2: Sexuality. 8. Just a John?: Pornography and Men’s Choices 9. Staring at Janae’s Legs 10. Trying to be Sexy and Anti-Sexist … at Exactly the Same Time 11. Bye-Bye Bi?: Bailey, Biphobia, and Girlie-Men 12. Darker Shades of Queer: Race and Sexuality at the Margins 13. Let us be Seen 14. How We Enter
Section 3: Feminism.
15. How Two aspiring Pornographers Turned Me into the Ultimate F Word 16. Exposed in Iraq: Sexual Harassment and Hidden Rank Structure of the U. S. Army 17. Why I am not a Feminist 18. Preaching to the Choir 19. The Starbucks Intervention 20. This is What a Feminist Looks Like 21. From Oppressor to activist: Reflections of a Feminist Journey 22. It’s Just Common Sense.
Section 4: Points and Perspectives.
23. Abandoning the Barricades: Or How I became a Feminist 24. Confessions of a Premature Pro-Feminist 25. Learning From Women 26. A Tribute to my Father 27. Playground Vertigo 28. Judging Fathers: The Case for Gender-Neutral Standards 29. What’s Wrong With Fathers’ Rights? 30. Engendering the Classroom: Experiences of a Man in Women’s and Gender Studies 31. Gender in Jakarta: Lessons on Discourse and Disparity.
Section 5: Taking Action, Making Change.
32. Sport, Strong Women, and Feminist Epiphanies 33. Violation 34. Steel-Toed Boots 35. Men’s Manifest 36. Breaking the Silence One Mile at a Time 37. Being a Social Justice Ally: A Feminist’s Perspective on Preventing Male Violence 38. Good Ol’ Boy: A Tale of Transformation in the Rural South 39. How Can I be Sexist?: I’m an Anarchist!
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1. POLITICS OF MEN AND MASCULINITIES.
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2. M. Messner. (1997). ‘Men and Masculinities’, Politics of Masculinities.
3. M. Roper and J. Tosh. (1991). ‘Historians and the politics of masculinity’, Manful Assertions.
4. K. Clatterbaugh. (1990) ‘The Conservative Legacy’, Contemporary Perspectives on Masculinity.
5. R. W. Connell. (1993). ‘The Big Picture: Masculinities in recent world history’, Theory and Society.
6. M.S. Kimmel. (2003). ‘Globalisation and its Mal(e)contents’, International Sociology.
2. MEN AND POWER.
7. J. Hanmer. (1990) ‘Men, power and the exploitation of women’, Men, Masculinities and Social Theory.
8. M. Kaufman. (1994). ‘Men, Feminism, and Men’s Contradictory Experiences of Power’, Theorizing Masculinities.
9. I. Craib. (1987) ‘Masculinity and male dominance’, The Sociological Review.
10. B. Ehrenreich. (1995). ‘The Decline of Patriarchy’, Constructing Masculinity.
11. T. Jefferson. (2001). ‘Subordinating hegemonic masculinity’, Theoretical Criminology.
3. MASCULINITY IN ‘CRISIS’.
12. D.J. Tracey. (1997). ‘Polemical Introduction: Jungian thought and the post-patriarchal psyche,’ Remaking Men.
13. L. Segal. (1997). ‘Men at Bay: The Contemporary ‘Crisis’ of Masculinity’, Slow Motion.
14. M.S. Kimmel. (1995). ‘“Born to Run”: Nineteenth-Century Fantasies of Masculine Retreat and Re-creation (or The Historical Rust on Iron John).’ The Politics of Manhood.
4. MEN’S RESEARCH, RESEARCHING MEN.
15. H. Brod. (1987) ‘A Case For Men’s Studies’, Changing Men.
16. D.H.J. Morgan. (1992). ‘Problems of studying men’, Discovering Men.
17. S. Heath. (1987) ‘Male Feminism’, Men in Feminism.
18. J. Hearn. (2004). ‘From hegemonic masculinity to the hegemony of men’. Feminist Theory.
1. WORK, ORGANISATIONS AND MANAGEMENTS.
19. D. Kerfoot and D. Knights. (1993). ‘Management, masculinity and manipulation: from paternalism to corporate strategy in financial services’, Journal of Management Studies.
20. Messerschmidt, J. W. (1996). ‘Managing to Kill: Masculinities and the Space Shuttle Challenger Explosion’, Masculinities in Organizations.
21. S. M. Whitehead. (1999). ‘Contingent Masculinities: Disruptions to ‘Man’agerialist Identity’, Practising Identities: Power and Resistance.
22. A. Prokos and I. Padavic. (2002). ‘There oughta be a law against bitches’: Masculinity lessons in police academy training.’ Gender, Work and Organization.
23. L.N. Rosen, K.H. Nudson and P. Francher. (2003). ‘Cohesion and the Culture of Hypermasculinity in U.S. Army Units’, Armed Forces and Society.
2. FAMILIES AND FATHERS.
24. A. Tolson (1977) ‘Boys will be boys’, The Limits of Masculinity.
25. E. A. Rotundo. (1987) ‘Patriarchs and Participants: A Historical Perspective on Fatherhood in the United States’, Beyond Patriarchy.
26. M. Ishii-Kuntz. (1993). ‘Japanese Fathers: Work Demands and Family Roles’, in Men, Work, and Family.
3. EDUCATION AND SCHOOLING.
27. M. Mac an Ghaill. (1994). ‘Local student cultures of masculinity and sexuality’, The Making of Men.
28. J. Kenway. (1995). ‘Masculinities in schools: under siege, on the defensive and under reconstruction?’ Discourse.
29. J. N. Price. (1999). ‘Schooling and Racialized Masculinities’, Youth and Society.
30. D. Epstein. (1998). ‘Real boys don’t work: ‘underachievement’, masculinity and the harassment of ‘sissies’, Failing Boys?.
4. SPORT AND LEISURE.
31. D. Whitson. (1990) ‘Sport in the Social Construction of Masculinity’, Sport, Men and the Gender Order.
32. L.A.West. (2001). ‘Negotiating Masculinities in American Drinking Subcultures’, The Journal of Men’s Studies.
33. J. Hughson. (2000). ‘The Boys Are Back in Town’, Journal of Sport and Social Issues.
5. CRIME, WAR AND VIOLENCE.
34. J. Hearn. (1998). ‘Definitions and Explanations of Men’s Violences’, The Violences of Men.
35. D. Gadd. (2002). ‘Masculinities and Violence Against Female Partners’, Social and Legal Studies.
36. C. O’Sullivan. (1998). ‘Ladykillers: Similarities and Divergences of Masculinities in Gang Rape and Wife Battery’, Masculinities and Violence.
37. D.H.J. Morgan. (1994). ‘Theater of War: Combat, the Military and Masculinities’, Theorizing Masculinities.
1. THEORETICAL APPROACHES.
38. T. Jefferson. (1994). ‘Theorizing Masculine Subjectivity’, Just Boys Doing Business.
39. J. H. Pleck. (1995). ‘The Gender Role Strain Paradigm: An Update’, A New Psychology of Men.
40. A. Petersen. (2003). ‘Research on Men and Masculinities’, Men and Masculinities.
41. S. M. Whitehead. (2002). ‘Desires of the masculine subject’, Men and Masculinities: Key themes and new directions.
2. MALE BODIES.
42. D. Jackson. (1990) ‘Falling Apart, men’s bodies, and masculine identities’, Unmasking Masculinity.
43. D. Morgan. (1993). ‘You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine: Reflections on the Male Body and Masculinities’, Body Matters.
44. R. Dyer. (1997). ‘The White Man’s Muscles’, Race and the Subject of Masculinities.
3. GAY MASCULINITIES.
45. T. Edwards. (1994). ‘Sexual Politics and the Politics of Sexuality’, Erotics and Politics.
46. T.J. Linneman. (2000). ‘Risk and Masculinity in the Everyday Lives of Gay Men’, Gay Masculinities.
47. E. Anderson. (2002). ‘Openly Gay Athletes: Contesting Hegemonic Masculinity in a Homophobic Environment’, Gender and Society.
4. INTIMACY, FRIENDSHIP AND RELATIONSHIPS.
48. J. Rutherford. (1999). ‘Silence’, I am No Longer Myself Without You.
49. V. Seidler. (1992). ‘Men, sex and relationships’, Men, Sex and Relationships: Writings from Achilles Heel.
50. A. Singleton. (2003). ‘Men Getting Real?’ Journal of Sociology.
51. S. Johnson. (1997). ‘Theorizing Language and Masculinity: A Feminist Perspective’, Language and Masculinity.
52. V.J. Seidler. (1997). ‘Language’, Man Enough: Embodying Masculinities.
53. S.F. Keisling. (2004). ‘Dude’, American Speech.
6. HEALTH AND AGEING.
54. E. H. Thompson, Jr. (1994). ‘Older Men as Invisible Men in Contemporary Society’, Older Men’s Lives.
55. R. Staples. (1995). ‘Health Among Afro-American Males’, Men’s health and Illness.
56. W. H. Courtenay. (2000). ‘Constructions of masculinity and their influence on men’s well-being: a theory of gender and health’, Social Science and Medicine.
57. G. W. Dowsett. (2003). ‘Johnnie Comes Marching.Where?’ Australian gay men, masculinity, HIV/AIDS and sex’, Culture, Health and Sexuality.
7. MEDIA REPRESENTATIONS.
58. P. Jackson, N. Stevenson and K. Brooks. (2000). ‘The Politics of ‘New’ Men’s Lifestyle Magazines’, European Journal of Cultural Studies.
59. S. E. Hatty. (2000). ‘Boys on Film: Masculinities and the Cinema’, Masculinities, Violence and Culture.
60. R. H. Kylo-Patrick. (2004). ‘We’re Here, We’re Queer - and We’re Better Than You: The Representational Superiority of Gay Men to Heterosexuals on ‘Queer Eye for a Straight Guy’, The Journal of Men’s Studies.
1. BLACK BRITISH AND BLACK AMERICAN MASCULINITIES.
61. D. Marriott. (1996). ‘Reading Black Masculinities’, Understanding Masculinities.
62. L. Archer. (2001). ‘Muslim Brothers, Black Lads, Traditional Asians’, Feminism and Psychology.
63. B. K. Alexander. (2004). ‘Passing, Cultural Performance and Individual Agency: Performative Reflections on Black Masculine Identity’, Cultural Studies-Critical Methodologies.
64. R. E. Hall. (2001). ‘The Ball Curve: Calculated Racism and the Stereotype of African American Men’, Journal of Black Studies.
65. bell hooks. (2004). ‘don’t make me hurt you’: black male violence’, We Real Cool: Blac.
Wiegman, Robyn. (2001). Object Lessons: Men, Masculinity, and the Sign Women. Signs. 26(2):355-388, Winter.
Witz, Anne, and Barbara L. Marshall. (2002). The Quality of Manhood: Masculinity and embodiment in the sociological tradition. The Sociological Review, 51(3), pp. 339-356.
Wood, John C. (1999). When Men are Women: Manhood among Gabra Nomads of East Africa. Madison: Wisconsin University Press.
Worth, Heather, Anna Paris, and Louisa Allen. (eds). (2002). The Life of Brian:
Masculinities, Sexualities and Health in New Zealand. Dunedin: University of
1. Masculinities and Globalisation / R.W. Connell.
2. Late Twentieth-Century Auckland Perspective on Samoan Masculinities / Julie Park et. al.
3. Living the Contradictions: A Foucauldian Examination of my Youthful Rugby Experiences / Richard Pringle.
4. Managing the Margins: Gay-Disabled Masculinity / Terry O’Neill.
5. I didn’t have to go to a finishing school to learn how to be gay: Maori Gay Men’s Understandings of Cultural and Sexual Identity / Clive Aspin.
6. The Man With Two Brains: The Discursive Construction of the Unreasonable ‘Penis-Self’ / Annie Potts.
7. ‘Tits is Just an Accessory’: Masculinity and Femininity in the Lives of Maori and Pacific Queens / Heather Worth.
8. ‘As far as sex goes, I don’t really think about my body’: Young men’s corporeal experiences of (hetero)sexual pleasure / Louisa Allen.
9. Young Pakeha Men’s Conceptions of Health, Illness and Health Care / Anthony M. O’Connor.
Zulehner, P., and R. Volz. (1998). Maenner im Aufbruch. Wie Deutschlands Maenner sich selbst und wie sie Frauen sehen (Men on the move. How men in Germany see themselves and how they see women). Schwabenverlag: Ostfildern.
Journal of Men’s Studies (1992-)
Men and Masculinities (formerly Masculinities, and before that Men’s Studies Review) (Sage)
Psychology of Men & Masculinity (2000-)
On particular areas
Fathering: A Journal of Theory and Research about Men as Parents
International Journal of Men’s Health (2002-)
Journal of Men, Masculinities and Spirituality (January 2007-)
Journal of Men’s Health and Gender
Achilles Heel (UK, 1979 - 1999)
Changing Men (USA, defunct since 1994)
Voice Male (USA, Men’s Resource Centre of Western Massachussetts. Previously Valley Men, to 1999 or so.)
Working With Men (UK)
XY: Men, Sex, Politics (Australia, 1990 - 1999)
Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood.
19th edition, 2008, Canberra, Australia. ISBN 0 646 18088 6
Home URL: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/
Note: Materials are in this category rather than Important and Recent Works above because they are less substantial, less important to the field, minor, obscure, out of date or I simply dont know anything about them.
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Abbott, Franklin. (ed.). (1990). Men and Intimacy: Personal Accounts Exploring the Dilemmas of Modern Male Sexuality. California: Crossing Press.
Adams, N. (1990). One View of Men. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No. 2.
Adas, M. (1989). Machines as the Measure of Men: Science, Technology, and Ideologies of Western Dominance. Ithaca, NY, Cornell University Press.
Agenda, Special Issue: The New Men?. No. 37.
Allen, Jessica. (1999). Quotable Men of the 20th Century. William Morrow & Company.
Ambrose, Stephen E. and Jon Friedman. (1999). Comrades: Brothers, Fathers, Heroes, Sons, Pals. Simon & Schuster.
Andrade, A. Rolando. (1992). Machismo: A Universal Malady. Journal of American Culture, 15(4), pp. 33-41.
Armengol, Josep M. (2006). Gendering Men: Theorizing Masculinities in American Culture and Literature. Dissertation, University of Barcelona.
Ashfield, John (2005). The Nature of Men: Elements of Masculine Psychology. Adelaide: Peackock Publications.
Ashfield, John (2006). Reclaiming masculinity and manhood in the light of reason.
Ashfield, John. (2004). The Making of a Man: Recovering Masculinity and Manhood in the Light of Reason. Peacock Publications.
Ashfield, John. (2004). The Nature of Men: Elements of Masculine Psychology. Peacock Publications.
Astrachan, Anthony. (1986). How Men Feel: Their Response to Women’s Demands for Equality and Power. New York: Doubleday & Co.
Astrachan, Anthony. (1990). Dividing Lines: Men’s Response to Women’s Demands for Equality and Power. In Ruth, Sheila. (ed.). Issues in Feminism: An Introduction to Women’s Studies. Mountain View, CA: Mayfield Publishing Company.
August, Eugene R. (1985). Men’s Studies: A Selected and Annotated Interdisciplinary Bibliography. Littleton Colorado: Libraries Unlimited.
August, Eugene R. (1994). The New Men’s Studies: A Selected and Annotated Interdisciplinary Bibliography. 2nd ed. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.
Bacchi, Carol (2005). Affirmative action for men: ‘a test of common sense’? Just Policy, No. 36, June: 5-10.
Bannister, Matthew. (2005). Kiwi Blokes: Recontextualising White New Zealand Masculinities in a Global Setting. Genders, Issue 42.
Barbeau, C. (1982). Delivering the Male. Winston Press.
Barker, Chris. (2007). The Hearts of Men: Tales of happiness and despair. Sydney: UNSW Press.
Baroff, A. (1991). Men Talk: How Men Really Feel About Women, Sex, Relationships and Themselves. New York: Dutton.
Barratt, Barnaby B. and Straus, Barrie Ruth. (1994). Toward Postmodern Masculinities. American Imago, Spring, 51(1).
Beale, Bob. (2001). Men: From Stone Age to Clone Age. Melbourne: Viking
Bednarik, Karl. (1981). The Male in Crisis. Greenwood (first published 1970, Germany).
Bell, Donald H. (1982). Being a Man: The Paradox of Masculinity. Orlando, FL: Lewis Publishing Co.
Belton, Don. (ed.). (1995?). Speak My Name: Black Men on Masculinity and the American Dream. Beacon Press.
Benemann, William. (2006). Male--Male Intimacy in Early America: Beyond Romantic Friendships. San Francisco: Harrington Park Press.
Berg, Lawrence D. (1994). Masculinity, Place and a Binary Discourse of ‘Theory’ and ‘Empirical Investigation’ in the Human Geography of Aotearoa/New Zealand. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 1(2).
Berg, Lawrence D., and Robyn Longhurst. (2003). Placing Masculinities and Geography. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 10(4), December, pp. 351-360.
Bergman, Charles. (1997). Orion’s Legacy: A Cultural History of Man as Hunter. Plume.
Berkowitz, Bob and Roger Gittines. (1990). What Men Won’t Tell You But Women Need To Know. Morrow, William & Co.
Berrett, J. (1997). Feeding the Organization Man: Diet and Masculinity in Postwar America. Journal of Social History, 30(4).
Bertels, Frank. (1981). The First Book on Male Liberation and Sex Equality. Brun Press.
Biggs, Patricia, and Martin S. Fiebert. (1984). A Factor-Analytic Study of American Male Attitudes. Journal of Psychology, 116, pp. 113-116.
Blazina, Christopher and C. Edward Watkins. (2000). Separation/individuation, parental attachment, and male gender role conflict attitudes toward the feminine and the fragile masculine self. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 1(2), July.
Blazina, Christopher. (2001). Part objects, infantile fantasies, and intrapsychic boundaries: An object relations perspective on male difficulties with intimacy. Journal of Men’s Studies, 10(1), Fall.
Blazina, Christopher. (2004). Gender Role Conflict and the Disidentification Process: Two Case Studies on Fragile Masculine Self. Journal of Men’s Studies, 12(2), Winter.
Boellstorff, T. (2004). The emergence of political homophobia in Indonesia: Masculinity and national belonging. Ethnos, 69(4): 465-486.
Bonnie, J. D. (2006). The Traffic in Men and the Fatal Attraction of Postfeminist Masculinity. Women’s Studies in Communication, 29(1): 113.
Boscagli, Maurizia. (1992-93). A moving story: Masculine tears and the humanity of televised emotions. Discourse, 15(2), Winter, pp. 64-79.
Botkin, Steven. (1988). Male Gender Consciousness: A Study of Undergraduate College Men. Unpublished doctoral Dissertation. University of Massachusetts.
Boyd, Stephen Blake. (1997). The Men We Long to Be: Beyond Lonely Warriors and Desperate Lovers. Pilgrim Press.
Brake, Mike. (1976). ‘I May Be Queer, But At Least I Am a Man’: Male Hegemony and Ascribed Versus Achieved Gender. In Barker, Diana L. and Allen, Sheila. (eds). Sexual Divisions and Society: Process and Change. London: Tavistock.
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Brenton, Myron. (1966). The American Male. Fawcett.
Brickell, C. (2005). Masculinities, Performativity, and Subversion: A Sociological Reappraisal. Men and Masculinities, 8(1): 24-43.
Brittan, Arthur and Maynard, M. (1984). Sexism, Racism and Oppression. Basil Blackwell.
Brittan, Arthur. (1989). Masculinity and Power. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
Bronner, Simon J., ed. (2005). Manly Traditions: The Folk Roots of American Masculinities. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Broude, Gwen J. (1990). Protest Masculinity: A Further Look at the Causes and the Concept. Ethos, 18(1).
Brown, Ian. (1994). Man Medium Rare: Sex, Guns, and Other Perversions of Masculinity. E. P. Dutton.
Browne, Joy. (1999). It’s a Jungle Out There, Jane: Understanding the Male Animal. Crown Publ.
Brusco, Elizabeth E. (1995). The Reformation of Machismo: Evangelical Conversion and Gender in Columbia. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
Bucher, Glenn. (ed.). (1976). Straight/White/Male. PA: Fortress Press.
Burt, Ramsay. (1995). The Male Dancer: Bodies, Spectacle, Sexualities. London & New York: Routledge.
Byers, Thomas B. (1995). Terminating the Postmodern: Masculinity and Pomophobia. Modern Fiction Studies, 41(1), Spring.
Cantano, James V. (1990). The Rhetoric of Masculinity: Origins, Institutions, and the Myths of the Self-Made Man. College English, 52(4).
Caraglio, M. (1997). The So-Called Masculine Lesbians: Masculinity as a Landscape. Nouvelles Questions Feministes, 18(1), pp. 57-75.
Castelain-Meunier, Christine. (1992). Hang On, Dads: Men Confront Their Wives and Their Children. Paris: Albin Michel.
Cataldi, Sue. (1995). Reflections on Male Bashing. NWSA Journal, 7(2).
Cazés, Daniel. (1989). Con El Feminismo En Casa. Hasta donde ha sido Posible llegar (With Feminism at Home: How Far Had We Go). In DobleJornada, México.
Cazés, Daniel. (1995). 50 Años De Hiroshima y Nagasaki: Machismo En El Fin De La Guerra (50 years After Hiroshima and Nakasaki: Machismo at the End of the War). In La Jornada Semanal, México.
Cazés, Daniel. (1996). Masculinidades De Hoy: Realidad y alternativas (Masculinities Today: the Reality and Alternatives). In DobleJornada, México.
Chambers, Deborah. Contemporary Problems in the Study of Masculinities: Conference A Comparison Between Australia and Britain. Working Papers in Women’s Studies, No. 2. University of Western Sydney (Nepean).
Chapman, Anne. (1982). Feminist Men and the Male Role: Some Thoughts on the Seventh National Conference on Men and Masculinity. Women’s Studies Quarterly, Spring, 10(1).
Chethik, Neil. (2006). VoiceMale: What Husbands Really Think about Their Marriages, Their Wives, Sex, Housework, and Commitment. New York: Simon & Schuster.
Chevannes, B. (1999). What You Sow Is What You Reap: Problems in the construction of male misidentity in Jamaica. Kingston, Jamaica: Grace, Kennedy Foundation Lecture.
Chevannes, B. (2001). Learning to Be a Man. Kingston, Jamaica: UWI Press.
Chopra R., C. Dasgupta and M.K. Janeja. (2000). Understanding Masculinity. Economic & Political Weekly. 35(19):1607-1609, May 6.
Chopra, Radhika (ed.). (2007). Reframing Masculinities: Narrating the supportive practices of men. Hyderabad, India: Orient Longman.
Ciabattari, T. (2001). Changes in Men’s Conservative Gender Ideologies: Cohort and Period Influences. Gender and Society, 15(4): 574-591.
Ciabattari, T. (2001). Changes in Men’s Conservative Gender Ideologies: Cohort and period influences. Gender & Society, 15(4), August, pp. 574-591.
Cohen, David. (1990). Being a Man. London: Routledge.
Cohen, Margaret. (1992). The Homme Fatal, the Phallic Father, and the New Man. Cultural Critique, Winter, No. 23.
Collier, Richard. (1996). Coming Together?: Post-Heterosexuality, Masculine Crisis and the New Men’s Movement. Feminist Legal Studies, 4(1), February, pp. 3-48.
Connell, R.W. (1996). Politics of changing men. Arena Journal, no. 6: 53-72.
Connell, R.W., Radican, Norm and Martin, Pip. (1987). The Changing Faces of Masculinity. Unpublished Paper, Macquarie University Sydney.
Copes, H., and A. Hochstetler. (2003). Situational Construction of Masculinity among Male Street Thieves. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 32(3): 279-304.
Copes, H., and A. Hochstetler. (2003). Situational Construction of Masculinity among Male Street Thieves. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 1 June, vol. 32, no. 3, pp. 279-304.
Corrigan, Philip. (1990). Masculinity as Right: Some Thoughts on the Geneaology of ‘rational Violence’. In Corrigan Social Forms/Human Capacities: Essays in Authority and Difference. London & New York: Routledge.
Craib, Ian. (1987). Masculinity and Male Dominance. Sociological Review, 35(4), November.
Dalbey, Gorden. (1989). Healing the Masculine Soul. Melbourne: Word.
David, Deborah S. and Brannon, Robert. (eds). (1976). The Forty-Nine Percent Majority: The Male Sex Role. Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley
Davis, Kathy. (1997). Was Will der Mann? Some Reflections on Theorizing Masculinity. Theory & Psychology. AUG 01 v 7 n 4.
Day, Kristen, Cheryl Stump and Daisy Carreon. (2003). Confrontation and loss of control: Masculinity and men’s fear in public space. Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 23, Issue 3, September, pp. 311-322.
De Angeles, Barbara. (1990). Secrets About Men Every Woman Should Know. Delacorte Press.
DeFranc, William, and James R. Mahalik. (2001). Masculine Gender Role Conflict and Stress in Relation to Parental Attachment and Separation. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 3(1), 51-60.
Deida, David. (1997). It’s a Guy Thing: An owner’s manual for women. Deerfield Beach, Florida: Health Communications Inc.
Deida, David. (1997). The Way of the Superior Man: A Man’s Guide to Mastering the Challenges of Women, Work, and Sexual Desire. Plexus.
Denby, Charles. (1979). Indignant Heart: A Black Worker’s Journal. Montreal: Black Rose.
Diamond, A. (2001). Rethinking Culture on the Streets - Agency, Masculinity, and style in the American city. [Review] Journal of Urban History. 27(5):669-685, July.
Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies. (1992). Special Issue:
The Phallus Issue. Spring, Vol. 4 No. 1.
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Goux, Jean-Joseph. The Phallus: Masculine Identity and the Exchange of Woman.
Bernheimer, Charles. Penile Reference in Phallic Theory.
Discovery Networks EMEA. (2008). Species: A user’s guide to young men.
Donnelly, Felix. (1978). Big Boys Do Cry. Auckland: Cassell.
Doss, Brian D., and J. Roy Hopkins. (1998). The multicultural masculinity ideology scale: Validation from three cultural perspectives. Sex Roles, May, Vol. 38, Iss. 9/10.
Doyle, James A. (1989). The Male Experience. (2nd edition) Iowa: W.M.C. Brown.
Dubbert, Joe L. (1979). A Man’s Place: Masculinity in Transition. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Dulac, Germain. (1991). The Metamorphosis of the Masculine Gender. Recherches Sociographiques, 32(3), September-December (Quebec).
Easlea, Brian. (1983). Fathering the Unthinkable: Masculinity, Scientists and the Nuclear Arms Race. London: Pluto Press.
Easthope, Anthony. (1986). What a Man’s Gotta Do: The Masculine Myth in Popular Culture. London: Paladin.
Edley, N. (2001a). Analysing masculinity: Interpretative repertoires, ideological dilemmas and subject positions. In M. Wetherell, S. Taylor & S. Yates. (eds.), Discourse as data: a guide for analysis (pp. 189-229). London: Sage Publications.
Edley, N. (2001b). I. Conversation analysis, discursive psychology and the study of ideology: A response to Susan Speer. Feminism & Psychology, 11(1), 136-140.
Edley, N., and M. Wetherell. (1997). Jockeying for position: the construction of masculine identities. Discourse and Society, 8(2), 203-217.
Edwards, Gwenyth H. (1992). The Structure and Content of the Male Gender Role Stereotype: An Exploration of Subtypes. Sex Roles, 27: 9/10, November.
Edwards, K. E. (2007) “Putting my man face on”: A grounded theory of college men’s gender identity development. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Maryland, College Park, MD.
Ehrenreich, Barbara. (1983). The Hearts of Men: American Dreams and the Flight From Commitment. New York: Anchor Press/Doubleday.
Elias, Michael, and Ed Seeker. (2006). Men Speak the Unspeakable. Michael Elias Networks.
Emerson, Gloria. (1985). Some American Men. New York: Simon and Schuster.
Epstein, Barbara. (1994). Masculinity and the Culture of Anxiety in the Postwar United States. Rethinking Marxism, Summer, 7(2).
Fahey, Anna Cornelia. (2007). French and Feminine: Hegemonic Masculinity and the Emasculation of John Kerry in the 2004 Presidential Race. Media Communication, Volume 24 Issue 2.
Falabella, G. (1997). ‘New masculinity: A different route’. Gender and Development. vol. 5; no. 2, pp. 62-64.
Fasteau, M.F. (1974). The Male Machine. New York: McGraw Hill.
Fine, Michelle, and Peter Kuriloff. (2006). Forging and Performing Masculine Identities Within Social Spaces: Boys and Men Negotiating the Crucible of Dominant Cultural Representations at the Intersection of Class, Race, Ethnicity, and Sexuality. Men and Masculinities, Vol. 8 No. 3, January, pp. 257-261.
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Firestone, Ross. (ed.). (1992). The Man in Me: Versions of the Male Experience. HarperCollins (reprint of 1978 edition).
Floyd, K. (2001). Closing the (Heterosexual) Frontier: Midnight Cowboy as National Allegory. Science & Society. 65(1):99-130, Spr.
Food and Foodways. (2005), 13, no. 1-2. Includes;
The Overcooked And Underdone: Masculinities In Japanese Food Programming / Holden, T.
Men, Meat, And Marriage: Models Of Masculinity / Sobal, Jeffery.
Cooking on Their Own: Cuisines of Manly Men / Wilk, Richard; Hintlian, Persephone.
Saving Milk Through Masculinity: Public Health Officers and Pure Milk, 1880-1930 / Block, Daniel.
‘Please Pass The Chicken Tits’: Rethinking Men And Cooking At An Urban Firehouse / Deutsch, Jonathan.
Ford, Anna. (1985). Men. London: Corgi Books.
Frank, Blye. (1987). Hegemonic Heterosexual Masculinity. Studies in Political Economy, 24, Autumn.
Franklin, Clyde. (1984). The Changing Definition of Masculinity. New York: Plenum Press.
Franklin, Clyde. (1988). Men and Society. Chicago: Nelson-Hall.
Franks, Helen. (1984). Goodbye Tarzan: Men After Feminism. London & Sydney: George Allen & Unwin.
Friebus, Robert J. (1985). Problems of Male Sex Role Readers. Mid-American Review of Sociology, 10(2), Winter.
Friedman, Richard C., and Jennifer I. Downey. (1999). Masculinity and Sexuality: Selected topics in the Psychology of Men. Amer Psychiatric Press.
Frosh, Stephen. (1995). Unpacking Masculinity: From Rationality to Fragmentation. In Burck, Charlotte and Speed, Bebe. (eds). Gender, Power and Relationships. London & New York: Routledge.
Gardaphe, Fred L. (2006). From Wiseguys to Wise Men: The Gangster and Italian American Masculinities. New York: Routledge.
Gelber, Steven M. (1997). Do-It-Yourself: Constructing, Repairing and Maintaining Domestic Masculinity. American Quarterly, 49(1), pp. 66-112.
Gerzon, Mark. (1982). A Choice of Heroes: The Changing Faces of American Manhood. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.
Gilbert, James. (2005). Men in the Middle: Searching for Masculinity in the 1950s. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Golden, Thomas R. (2000). Swallowed by a Snake: The Gift of the Masculine Side of Healing. 2nd ed., Golden Healing Publishing.
Goldfeder, Matt, and Adam Goldfeder. (1999). Beer, Sex, and High 5’s. Xlibris Corporation.
Gough, Brendan. (2004). Psychoanalysis as a resource for understanding emotional ruptures in the text: The case of defensive masculinities. The British Journal of Social Psychology, 43: 245-267.
Gratch, Alon. (2001). If Men Could Talk: Here’s What They’d Say. Little Brown & Company.
Green, Garland H. et. al. (1999). Guyrules: The Unspoken and Previously Unrecorded Rules that Govern Men’s Social Behavior. Andrews McMeel Publishing.
Green, Martin. (1993). The Adventurous Male: Chapters in the History of the White Male Mind. Pennsylvania State University Press.
Green, Robert-Jay. (1998). Traditional Norms of Masculinity. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, Vol 10(1), 81-83.
Green, Toby. (1999). The Men’s Room: A Thinking Man’s Guide for Surviving Women of the Next Millenium. Sydney: Random House.
Greenstein, Ben. (1994). The Fragile Male. London.
Gross, D. (1990). Toxic masculinity and other male troubles: The gender rap. New Republic, 202(16), pp. 11-14.
Guggenbuhl, Allan. (1997). Men, Power and Myths: The Quest for Male Identity. Chiron Publications.
Gunn, Raymond. (year?). The Minds of Marginalized Black Men: Making Sense of Mobility, Opportunity, and Future Life Chances.
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Harding, Christopher. (ed.). (1992). Wingspan: Inside the Men’s Movement: Bold Visions in the Time of Masculine Renewal. New York: St Martin’s Press.
Harris, C.T.B. (1994). EMasculation of the Unicorn: The Loss and Rebuilding of Masculinity in America, York Beach, Maine: Wicolas-Hays Inc.
Harris, David. (1992). ‘Boys will be boys’: Initiation rituals in masculine culture. Australian Studies, April, No. 17.
Harris, Ian. (1994). The Responses of African American Men to Dominant Norms of Masculinity Within the United States. Sex Roles, 31: 11/12, Dec.
Harris, Jack D. (1998). Incorporating Men into Vietnamese Gender Studies. Vietnam Social Sciences, 5(67).
Harrison, James B. (1978). Men’s Roles and Men’s Lives. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, Winter, 4(2).
Haste, Helen. (1993). “Redefining Masculinity” and “Backlash!. Chapters 12 and 13 in The Sexual Metaphor. New York: Harvester Wheatsheaf.
Hearn, J. (1989). Reviewing Men and Masculinities -- or Mostly Boys’ Own Papers. Theory Culture Society, 6(4): 665-689.
Heartfield, J. (2002). There is No Masculinity Crisis. Genders OnLine, 35.
Heath, Stephen. (1984). Male Feminism. The Dalhousie Review, 64(2).
Herzog, Hanna, and Taghreed Yahia-Younis (2007) Men’s Bargaining with Patriarchy: The Case of Primaries within Hamulas in Palestinian Arab Communities in Israel. Gender & Society, August, 21(4): 579-602.
Hewitt, William L. (2004). “A Man’s Gotta Do What a Man’s Gotta Do!” Masculinity and Manhood in Social Studies Education. The Social Studies. Washington: Mar/Apr., Vol. 95, Iss. 2; p. 83 (3 pages).
Hicks, Robert. (1997). Uneasy Manhood: Finding Balance in a Changing World. Fleming H. Revell Co.
Hilkey, Judy Arlene. (1997). Character is Capital: Success Manuals and Manhood in Gilded Age America. University of North Carolina Press.
Hite, Shere. (1981). Being Male. Chapter 1 in The Hite Report on Male Sexuality. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.
Hoch, Paul. (1987). White Hero, Black Beast: Racism, Sexism, and the Mask of Masculinity. London: Pluto Press.
Hodson, P. (1984). Men: An Investigation Into the Emotional Male. Ariel Books.
Hollis, James. (1994). Under Saturn’s Shadow: The Wounding and Healing of Men. Toronto ON: Inner City Books.
Holstein, W. (1992). Machen Sie Platz mein Herr! Teilen statt Herrschen [Sharing Instead of Dominating]. Hamburg: Rowohlt.
Hood, Jeff and Jack Lindstrom. (1999). The Silverback Gorilla Syndrome: Transforming Primitive Man. Blessingway Books.
Hurme, Helena. (1995). Wild Man or Golden Bird: Cultural Readings of Masculinity. Culture and Psychology, 1(4), December, pp. 477-486.
Ingham, Mary. (1984). Men: The Male Myth Exposed. London: Century Publishing.
Irish Reporter. (1994). Special Issue: The Irish Male, No. 14.
Jackson, D. (2003). Beyond one-dimensional models of masculinity: A life-course perspective on the processes of becoming masculine. Auto/Biography, 11(1 & 2): 71-87.
Jackson, Peter. (1991). The Cultural Politics of Masculinity: Towards a Social Geography. Transactions: The Institute of British Geographers, 16(2), pp. 199-213.
Jerome, Roy. (ed.). (2001). Conceptions of Postwar German Masculinity. State University of New York Press.
Johnson, Corey W. (2005). ‘The first step is the two-step’: Hegemonic masculinity and dancing in a country-western gay bar. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Volume 18, Number 4, July-August pp. 445 – 464.
Johnson, M.H. (2001). Exploring masculinity with male medical students. Sexual & Relationship Therapy, May, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 165-171.
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