33. Masculinities in culture and representation

(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 on the representation of men in pornography are included in the section "Pornography" above. Some references on body-building for example may be found in the section "Men's Bodies" above.

a) Miscellaneous

(i) Good Overviews and Discussions

Berger, Maurice, Brian Wallis, and Simon Watson. (eds.). (1995). Constructing Masculinity. New York and London: Routledge, Section: Masculinity and Representation (5 Chapters)

Beynon, John. (2002). Masculinities and Culture. Buckingham; Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Blount, Marcellus, and George P. Cunningham. (eds.). (1995). Representing Black Men. Routledge.

Buchbinder, David. (1994). Masculinities and Identities. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press

Buchbinder, David. (1998). Performance Anxieties: Re-producing Masculinity. Sydney: Allen & Unwin

Carter, C., and L. Steiner (eds.) (2004). Critical Readings: Media and gender. Open University Press.

Chapman, Rowena, and Jonathan Rutherford. (eds.). (1988). Male Order - Unwrapping Masculinity. London: Lawrence & Wishart
Includes: Mort, Frank. Boys Own? Masculinity, Style and Popular Culture.

Craig, Steve. (ed). (1992). Men, Masculinity and the Media. Newbury Park: Sage.
Includes;
Introduction: Considering Men and the Media / Steve Craig.
PART ONE: PAST STUDY ON MEN AND THE MEDIA.
Masculinity as Fact: A Review of Empirical Mass Communication Research on Masculinity / Fred J. Fejes.
Masculinity as Signs: Poststructuralist Feminist Approaches to the Study of Gender / Diana Saco.
PART TWO: CASE STUDIES OF MEDIA AND MASCULINITIES.
Metal Men and Glamour Boys: Gender Performance in Heavy Metal / Stan Denski and David Sholle.
Superman//Superboys//Supermen: The Comic Book Hero as Socializing Agent / Norma Pecora.
Beer Commercials: A Manual on Masculinity / Lance Strate.
PART THREE: REPRESENTATIONS OF MEN’S RELATIONSHIPS.
Buddies and Pals: A History of Male Friendships on Prime Time Television / Lynn C. Spangler.
From ‘Good Times’ to ‘The Cosby Show’: Perceptions of Changing Televised Images Among Black Fathers and Sons / Venise T. Berry.
Masculinity and Machismo in Hollywood’s War Films / Ralph R. Donald.
PART FOUR: MEN, MEDIA AND THE GENDER ORDER.
When Men Put On Appearances: Advertising and the Social Construction of Masculinity / Diane Barthel.
Men and the News Media: The Male Presence and its Effect / David Croteau and William Hoynes.
Images of Men in Sport Media: The Social Reproduction of Gender Order / Don Sabo and Sue Curry Jansen.
PART FIVE: READING MEDIATED MASCULINITY.
Redesigning Men: Hegemonic Masculinity in Transition / Robert Hanke.
Gaze Out of Bounds: Men Watching Men on Television / Clay Steinman.
The Transatlantic Gaze: Masculinities, Youth and the American Imaginary / Jeff Hearn and Antonio Melechi.

Ducat, Stephen. (2004). The Wimp Factor: Gender gaps, holy wars, and the politics of anxious masculinity. Beacon Press.

Edwards, Tim. (1997). Men in the Mirror: Men’s Fashion, Masculinity and Consumer Society. London: Cassell.

Gerzon, Mark. (1982). A Choice of Heroes: The Changing Faces of American Manhood. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co

Gill, R. (2007) Gender and the Media. Polity Press.

Harris, Ian M. (1995). Messages Men Hear: Constructing Masculinities. London & Bristol, PA: Taylor & Francis

Jarman-Evens, Freya (ed.) (2007) Oh Boy! Masculinities and Popular Music. Routledge.

Lehman, Peter. (1993). Running Scared: Masculinity and the Representation of the Male Body. Temple University Press.

Lehman, Peter. (ed.). (2000). Masculinity: Bodies, Movies, Culture. New York: Routledge.
Contents;
‘Someone is Going to Pay’: Resurgent White Masculinity in Ransom / Krin Gabbard.
Crying Over the Melodramatic Penis: Melodrama and Male Nudity in Films of the 90s / Peter Lehman.
The Saviors and the Saved: Masculine Redemption in Contemporary Films / Amy Aronson and Michael Kimmel.
Identity, Queerness, and Homosocial Bonding: The case of Swingers / Justin Wyatt.
Rape fantasies: Hollywood and homophobia / Joe Wlodarz.
‘Choosing to Be ‘Not a Man’: Masculine Anxiety in Nouri Bouzid’s Rih essed/Man of Ashes / Robert Lang and Maher Ben Moussa.
T(he)-Men’s Room: Masculinity and Space in Anthony Mann’s T-men / Susan White.
The Talented Poststructuralist: Heteromasculinity, Gay Artifice, and Class Passing / Chris Straayer.
‘Emotional Constipation’ and the Power of Dammed Masculinity: Deliverance and the Paradoxes of Male Liberation / Sally Robinson.
‘As a Mother Cuddles a Child’: Sexuality and Masculinity in World War II Combat Films / Robert Eberwein.
The Nation and the Nude: Colonial Masculinity and the Spectacle of the Male Body in Recent Canadian Cinema(s) / Lee Parpart.
Lynching Photography and the ‘Black Beast Rapist’ in the Southern White Masculine Imagination / Amy Louise Wood.
Screening the Italian-American Male / Aaron Baker and Juliann Vitullo.
‘Studs Have Feelings Too’: Warren Beatty and the Question of Star Discourse and Gender / Lucia Bozzola.
James Bond’s Penis / Toby Miller.
Oliver Stone’s Nixon and the Unmanning of the Self-Made Man / Dennis Bingham.
Suck, Spit, Chew, Swallow: A Performative Exploration of Men’s Bodies / Tim Miller.

MacKinnon, Kenneth. (1998). Uneasy Pleasures: The Male as Erotic Object. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

Macnamara, J. R. (2006). Media and Male Identity: The Making and Remaking of Men.
Introduction.
Why Study Mass Media Portrayals of Men and Male Identity?.
How Feminism Shapes Academic and Media Discourse on Men and Male Identity.
The New Focus (or Lack of Focus) on Men and Masculinity.
The Role and Effects of Mass Media in Modern Societies.
Men in the Media - A Review 1980-2001.
Men in the Media Today - A Contemporary Study.
The Ongoing International Media Debate on Men.
Personal, Social and Political Implications.

Malossi, Giannino. (ed). (2000). Material Man: Masculinity Sexuality Style. Harry N Abrams

McKay, Jim, Janine Mikosza, and Brett Hutchins. (2005). ‘Gentlemen, the Lunchbox has Landed’: Representations of Masculinities and Men’s Bodies in the Popular Media. In The Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Eds Michael Kimmel, Jeff Hearn, and R.W. Connell. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

McMahon, Anthony. (1999). Taking Care of Men: Sexual Politics in the Public Mind. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Nixon, Sean. (1996). Hard Looks: Masculinities, Spectatorship and Contemporary Consumption. London: UCL Press

Nixon, Sean. (1997). Exhibiting Masculinity. In Hall, Stuart. (ed). Representation: Cultural Representations and Signifying Practices. London: Sage.

Perchuk, Andrew, and Helaine Posner. (eds.). (1995). The Masculine Masquerade: Masculinity and Representation. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. (Includes select bibliography)

Pfeil, Fred. (1995). White Guys: Studies in Postmodern Domination and Difference. London & New York: Verso

Simpson, Mark. (1994). Male Impersonators: Men Performing Masculinity. New York: Routledge

Spicer, Andrew. (2001). Typical Men: The Representation of Masculinity in Popular British Culture. I B Tauris & Co Ltd.

West, Russell, and Frank Lay. (2000). Subverting Masculinity. Hegemonic and Alternative Versions of Masculinity in Contemporary Culture. Rodopi.
Contents;
Russell WEST: Men, the Market and Models of Masculinity in Contemporary Culture: Introduction.
Part I: Cinema
Elisabeth KRIMMER: Nobody Wants to Be a Man Anymore? Cross-Dressing in American Movies of the 90’s
Russell WEST: “This is a Man’s Country”: Masculinity and Australian National Identity in Crocodile Dundee
Stefan BRANDT: American Culture X: Identity, Homosexuality and the Search for a New American Hero
Neil BADMINGTON: Disclosure’s Disclosure
Part II: Literature
Stefan HERBRECHTER: From Trainspotting to Filth – Masculinity and Cultural Politics in Irvine Welsh’s Writings
Madelena GONZALEZ: The Moor’s Last Sigh (Salman Rushdie): Marginal Alternatives, the Reconstruction of Identity through the Carnival of Indetermination.
Monika MÜLLER: From Hard-Boiled Detective to Kaspar Hauser? Masculinity and Writing in Paul Auster’s The New York Trilogy
Peter MIDDLETON: Patriarchal Poetry: Fathers and Sons in Contemporary Poetry
Part III: Diverse Cultural Forms
Eleanor HOGAN: “Manhood,” “Boyhood” and Reading the Melbourne Weekend Papers: the My(th)op(oet)ic Consumption of Family Life
Rainer EMIG: Queering the Straights: Straightening Queers: Commodified Sexualities and Hegemonic Masculinity
Frank LAY: “Sometimes We Wonder Who the Real Men Are” – Masculinity and Contemporary Popular Music
Ruth MAYER: The White Hunter: Edgar Rice Burroughs, Ernest Hemingway, Clint Eastwood, and the Art of Acting Male in Africa
Notes on Contributors
CLASSIFICATION TERMS: Gender / Masculinity / Cultural Studies

Whitehead, Stephen. (ed.). (2006). Men and Masculinities: Critical Concepts in Sociology. 5 Volumes.
Volume 3.
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.


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(ii) Further works

Note: Thankyou to Marj Kibby for some of the following references.

-. (1992). Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, Special Issue: The Phallus Issue. Spring.

Achilles Heel. (1998). Special Issue: Men, Music and Dance, No. 23, Summer

Adams, Parveen. (1978). Representation and Sexuality. M/F, No. 1.

Allmark, P. (2007). Masculinity in crisis: the uncanny male monster. Cultural Studies Review, 13(1): 223.

Armengol, Josep M. (2006). Gendering Men: Theorizing Masculinities in American Culture and Literature. Dissertation, University of Barcelona.

Armengol, Josep M. (2008). Re/Presenting Men: Cultural and Literary Constructions of Masculinity in the U.S. Saarsbruck: VDM Publishing.

Armstrong, Edward G. (2001). Gangsta misogyny: A content analysis of the portrayals of violence against women in rap music, 1987-1993. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, 8(2), pp. 96-126.

Ashcraft, Karen Lee, and Lisa A. Flores. (2003). “Slaves with white collars”: Persistent performances of masculinity in crisis. Text and Performance Quarterly, Volume 23, Number 1 / January 2003, pp. 1-29.

Bak, John S. (2004). “Sneakin’ and spyin’” from Broadway to the Beltway: Cold war masculinity, Brick, and homosexual existentialism. Theatre Journal, May, 56(2).

Barham, Susan Baggett. (1985). The Phallus and the Man: An Analysis of Male Striptease. In Manderson, Leonore. (ed.). Australian Ways: Anthropological Studies of an Industrialised Society. Sydney: Allen & Unwin

Bashford, Kerry. (1992). Truncated Torsos. (A critique of gay male erotica) XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 2(3), Spring

Benwell, B. (2005). ‘Lucky this is anonymous.’ Ethnographies of reception in men’s magazines: a ‘textual culture’ approach. Discourse & Society, 16(2), March: 147-172.

Bhabha, Homi. (1995). Focus: Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art. Artforum International, February, Vol. 33 No. 6.

Biddle, I. (1999). Policing Masculinity: Schumann, Berlioz and the Gendering of the Music-Critical Idiom. Journal of the Royal Musical Association. 124(Part 2):196-220.

Boon, Kevin Alexander. (2005). Heroes, Metanarratives, and the Paradox of Masculinity in Contemporary Western Culture. Journal of Men’s Studies, Spring, Vol. 13, Iss. 3.

Boscagli, Maurizia. (1992-93. A Moving Story: Masculine Tears and the Humanity of Televised Emotions. Discourse, 15(2), Winter, pp. 64-79.

Breazeale, Kenon. (1994). In Spite of Women: Esquire Magazine and the Construction of the Male Consumer. Signs, 20(1), Autumn.

Breu, Christopher. (2004). Going Blood-Simple In Poisonville: Hard-Boiled Masculinity in Dashiell Hammett’s Red Harvest. Men and Masculinities, 7(1), July.

Britton, Andrew. (1983). Cary Grant: Comedy and Male Sexuality. Newcastle-in-Tyne: Tynesin Cinema.

Brook, B. (1994). Femininity and Culture: Some Notes on the Gendering of Women in Australia. In K. Pritchard Hughes. (ed.). Contemporary Australian Feminism. Melbourne: Longman.

Buchbinder, David. (1994). Mateship, Gallipoli and the Eternal Masculine. In Fuery, Patrick. (ed.). Representation, Discourse & Desire: Contemporary Australian Culture and Critical Theory. Melbourne: Longman Chesire, pp. 115-137.

Burt, Ramsey. (1995). The Male Dancer: Bodies, Spectacle and Sexuality. Routledge.

Butt, Ramsay. (2001). The Trouble With the Male Dancer. pp. 44-55; IN: Dils, Ann and Albright, Ann Cooper. (ed.). Moving History / Dancing Cultures: A Dance History Reader; Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyn University Press.

Byers, Thomas B. (1995). Terminating the Postmodern: Masculinity and Pomophobia. Modern Fiction Studies, 41(1), Spring

Calhoun, Lindsay. (2005). Will the Real Slim Shady Please Stand Up? Masking Whiteness, Encoding Hegemonic Masculinity in Eminem’s Marshall Mathers LP. Howard Journal Of Communications, 16.4 (Oct-Dec.).

Callen, A. (2003). Doubles and Desire: Anatomies of masculinity in the later nineteenth century. Art History, November, vol. 26, no. 5, pp. 669-699.

Cantor, Muriel G. (1990). Prime-Time Fathers: A Study in Continuity and Change. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 7(3), September.

Carter, M. (1983). The Strip Laid Bare: Unevenly. Art and Text, 10, Winter.

Carter, Mick. (1986). The Look of Love. Australian Journal of Cultural Studies, 3(1), pp. 105-119.

Cash, Thomas F. (1990). Losing Hair, Losing Points? The Effects of Male Pattern Baldness on Social Impression Formation. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 20(2).

Chiang, Yung-Chen. (2004). Performing Masculinity and the Self: Love, body, and privacy in Hu Shi. Journal of Asian Studies, 63(2), May.

Coe, Kathryn, Mary P. Harmon, Blair Verner, and Andrew Tonn. (1993). Tattoos and Male Alliances. Human Nature, 4(2), pp. 199-204.

Consalvo, Mia. (2003). The Monsters Next Door: Media Constructions of Boys and Masculinity. Feminist Media Studies, Volume 3 Number 1, March.

Cooper, B. L. (2006). Roy Orbison: The invention of an alternative rock masculinity. Popular Music and Society, 29(1): 133-136.

Craik, Jennifer. (1994). Fashioning Masculinity: Dressed for Comfort or Style. Chapter 8 in The Face of Fashion: Cultural Studies in Fashion. London & New York: Routledge.

Cranny-Francis, Anne. (1992). Signifying Practices: Masculinity. In Engendered Fictions: Analysing Gender in the Production and Reception of Texts, NSW: NSW University Press.

Culbertson, Philip. (1998). Designing Men: Reading the Male Body as Text. Textual Reasoning, Vol. 7 (http://web.bu.edu/mzank/Textual_Reasoning/tr-archive/tr7.html/index.html)

Curtis, Bruce. (1994). Men and Masculinities in American Art and Illustration. Masculinities, 2(2), Summer, pp. 10-37.

Darling-Wolf, F. (2004). SMAP, Sex, and Masculinity: Constructing the Perfect Female Fantasy in Japanese Popular Music. Popular Music and Society, 27(3): 357.

Darling-Wolf, F. (2004). SMAP, Sex, and Masculinity: Constructing the Perfect Female Fantasy in Japanese Popular Music. Popular Music and Society 27(3): 357.

Dawson, Graham. (1994). Soldier Heroes: British Adventure, Empire and the Imagining of Masculinities. London & New York: Routledge.

Deming, Robert. (1992). The Return of the Unrepressed: Male Desire, Gender, and Genre. Quarterly Review of Film & Video, 14(1-2), pp. 125-147.

Dickinson, Greg, and Karrin Vasby Anderson. (2004). Fallen: O.J. Simpson, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and the re-centering of white patriarchy. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, Volume 1, Number 3, September, pp. 271-296.

Dines, Gail, and Jean Humez. (eds.). (1994). Gender, Race, and Class in the Media. Sage.
Includes;
Ralph, Fred, Archie, and Homer: Why Television Keeps Recreating the White Male Working-Class Buffoon / Butsch, Richard.

Dixon, D., and J. Grimes. (2004). Capitalism, masculinity and whiteness in the dialectical landscape: The case of Tarzan and the Tycoon. GeoJournal, 59(4): 265.

Dixon, D., and J. Grimes. (2004). Capitalism, masculinity and whiteness in the dialectical landscape: The case of Tarzan and the Tycoon. GeoJournal, vol. 59, no. 4, pp. 265-275.

Dorsey, Z. A. (2005). Manhood and the duel: Masculinity in early modern drama and culture. Theatre Journal, 57(1): 147-148.

Dotson, Edisol W. (1999). Behold the Man: The Hype and Selling of Male Beauty in Media and Culture. Harrington Park Press.

Dow, B. J. (2006). The Traffic in Men and the Fatal Attraction of Postfeminist Masculinity. Women’s Studies in Communication, 29(1): 113.

Dutton, Kenneth. (1995). The Perfectible Body: The Western Ideal of Physical Development. London: Cassell.

Dyer, Richard. (1985). Male Sexuality in the Media. In Metcalf, Andy and Humphries, Martin. (eds.). The Sexuality of Men. London: Pluto Press

Dyer, Richard. (1989). The Right to Look. New Statesman & Society, 9 June

Easthope, Anthony. (1986). What a Man’s Gotta Do: The Masculine Myth in Popular Culture. Great Britain: Paladin.

Evans, Raymond. (1998). ‘So Tough’? Masculinity and Rock’n’roll Culture in Post-War Australia. Journal of Australian Studies, No. 56

Feeser, Andrea. (2003). Picasso and Eluard: Kinder, Gentler Heroes for a War-Damaged France. Men and Masculinities, 6(1), July.

Fejes, F. (1989). Images of Men in Media Research. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, Vol. 6, pp. 215-221.

Fejes, F. (2000). Making a Gay Masculinity. Critical Studies in Media Communication. 17(1):113-116, Mar.

Flitterman, S. (1985). Thighs and Whiskers: The Fascination of Magnum P.I. Screen, 26(2).

Flocker, Michael. (2003). The Metrosexual Guide to Style: A Handbook for the Modern Man.

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.

Friederich, Vera et al. (1998). Men Defined: Nudes. Edition Stemmle.

Friedman, David M. (2003). A Mind of Its Own. Penguin USA. (A cultural history of the penis)

Frith, S., and A. McRobbie. (1978). Rock and Sexuality. Screen Education, 29, Winter.

Fuchs, Cynthia. (1993). ‘Death is Irrelevant’: Cyborgs, Reproduction, and the Future of Male hysteria. Genders, 18, Winter (Special Issue: Cyberpunk: Technologies of Cultural Identity).

Fussell, Sam. (1991). Muscle: Confessions of an Unlikely Bodybuilder. London: Cardinal

Gardiner, Judith Kegan. (2000). South Park, Blue Men, Anality, and Market Masculinity. Men and Masculinities, 2(3), January 2000.

Gauntlett, David. (2002). Media, Gender & Identity: An Introduction. London: Routledge.

Geiger, J. (1999). Unmaking the Male Body: The Politics of Masculinity in The ‘Long Dream’. African American Review. 33(2):197-207, Sum.

Gelber, Steven M. (2000). Do-It-Yourself: Constructing, Repairing, and Maintaining Domestic Masculinity. In Scanlon, Jennifer. (ed.). The Gender and Consumer Culture Reader. New York: New York University Press, pp. 70-93.

Ghoussoub, Mai. (2000). Chewing Gum, Insatiable Women and Foreign Enemies: Male Fears and the Arab Media. Pp. 227-235 in Mai Ghoussoub and Emma Sinclair-Webb, ed., Imagined Masculinities. London: Saqi Books.

Gilchriest, Gail. (1995). Bubbas & Beaus: From Good Old Boys to Southern Gentlemen, a Close Look at the Customs, Cuisine, and Culture of Southern Men.

Gingrich-Philbrook, Craig. (1994). ‘Good Vibration’ or Domination? Stylized Repetition in Mythopoetic Performance of Masculinity. Text and Performance Quarterly, 14, pp. 21-45.

Glover, David. (1989. (1989). The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of: Masculinity, Femininity and the Thriller. In Derek Longhurst. (ed.). Gender, Genre and Narrative Pleasure. London: Unwin Hyman.

Goddard, Kevin. (2000). ‘Looks Maketh the Man’: The Female Gaze and the Construction of Masculinity. Journal of Men’s Studies, Volume 9 Number 1, Fall, pp. 23-39

Goffman, Erving. (1976). Gender Advertisements. USA: Harper & Row.

Golden, Thelma. (1995). Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art. Whitney Museum of Art.

Gottlieb, Nanette, and Mark McLelland. (eds.). (2002). Japanese Cybercultures. RoutledgeCurzon.
Contents;
8. Cybermasculinities: the Internet and Men’s Groups in Japan / Romit Dasgupta.
10. Private Acts/Public Spaces: Cruising for Gay Sex on the Japanese Internet / Mark McLelland.

Haenfler, Ross. (2004). Manhood in Contradiction: The Two Faces of Straight Edge. Men and Masculinities, 7(1), July.

Hall, Ronald E. (1993). Clowns, Buffoons, and Gladiators: Media Portrayals of the African-American Man. Journal of Men’s Studies, 1(3), February, pp. 239-251.

Hantover, Jeffrey P. (1978). The Boy Scouts and the Validation of Masculinity. Journal of Social Issues, 34(1), Winter.

Hardwig, Bill. (2001). Cocks, Balls, Bats, and Banjos: Masculinity and Competition in the Bluegrass Music of Bill Munroe. Southern Quarterly, 39(4): pp. 35-48.

Harris, I. (1989). Media Myths and the Reality of Men’s Work. Media Values, 48.

Haug, Wolfgang F. (1983). Critique of Commodity Aesthetics: Appearance, Sexuality and Advertising in Capitalist Society, UK: Polity Press (1st. edition 1971).

Hawke, R. (1990). Hegemonic Masculinity in Thirty-Something. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 7.

Hearn, Jeff. (1994). Viz: The Naming of the Pose. Journal of Gender Studies, 3(1), March, pp. 69-75 .

Hearn, Jeff. (1995). Imaging the Aging of Men. In Featherstone, M. and Wernick, A. (eds.). Born Dying: Images of Aging. London: Routledge.

Heilbronn, Lisa. (1994). Breadwinners and Loafers: Images of Masculinity in 1940s Situation Comedy. Masculinities, 2(3), Fall, pp. 60-70.

Henderson, Lisa. (2001). Sexuality, Feminism, Media Studies. Feminist Media Studies, Volume 1, Number 1, March.

Holmes, G., L. Zonn, and A.J. Cravey. (2004). Placing man in the New West: Masculinities of The Last Picture Show. GeoJournal, vol. 59, no. 4, pp. 277-288.

Holt, D. B., and C. J. Thompson. (2004). Man-of-Action Heroes: The Pursuit of Heroic Masculinity in Everyday Consumption. Journal of Consumer Research, 31(2): 425.

Holt, D. B., and C. J. Thompson. (2004). Man-of-Action Heroes: The Pursuit of Heroic Masculinity in Everyday Consumption. Journal of Consumer Research 31(2): 425.

Hurme, H. (1995). Wild Man or Golden Bird: Cultural Readings of Masculinity. Culture Psychology, 1(4): 477-486.

Iida, Y. (2005). Beyond the ‘feminization of masculinity’: transforming patriarchy with the ‘feminine’ in contemporary Japanese youth culture. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 6(1): 56-74.

Iwamoto, Derek. (2003). Tupac Shakur: Understanding the identity formation of hyper-masculinity of a popular hip-hop artist. The Black Scholar, San Francisco: Summer, Vol. 33, Iss. 2.

Izenberg, Gerald N. (2000). Modernism and Masculinity: Mann, Wedikind, Kandinsky Through World War I. University of Chicago Press

James, D., and D. Sargent. (1983). The Male Body on Greeting Cards. Art & Text, 10, Winter.

Jansen, Sue C., and Don Sabo. (1994). The Sport/War Metaphor: Hegemonic Masculinity, the Persian Gulf War, and the New World Order. Sociology of Sport Journal, 11(1), March.

Jarman-Evens, Freya (ed.) (2007) Oh Boy! Masculinities and Popular Music. Routledge.

Jeffords, Susan. (1989). The Remasculinization of America: Gender and the Vietnam War. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Johnson, Sally, and Ulrike Hanna Meinhof. (eds.). (1997). Language and Masculinity. Oxford: Blackwell.

Jones, Amelia. (1994). Dis/Playing the Phallus: Male Artists Perform Their Masculinities. Art History, December, Vol. 17 No. 4.

Kampen, Natalie Boymel et al. (2002). What Is a Man: Changing Images of Masculinity in Late Antique Art.

Kendall, Lori. (1999). ‘The Nerd Within’: Mass Media and the Negotiation of Identity Among Computer-Using Males. Journal of Men’s Studies, 7(3), Spring.

Kendall, Lori. (1999). Nerd Nation: Images of Nerds in US Popular Culture. International Journal of Cultural Studies. Volume 2(2): 260-283.

Kendall, Lori. (2000). ‘Oh No! I’m a Nerd!’ - Hegemonic Masculinity on an Online Forum. Gender & Society. 14(2):256-274, Apr..

Kendall, Lori. (2002). Hanging Out in the Virtual Pub: Masculinities and Relationships Online. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Kennedy, Eileen. (2000). ‘You Talk a Good Game’: Football and Masculine Style on British Television. Men and Masculinities, 3(1), July.

Kent, Sarah, and Jacqueline Morreau. (eds.). (1985). Women’s Images of Men. London: Pandora

Kibby, Marj. (1998). Representing Masculinity. http://www.newcastle.edu.au/department/so/kibby.htm

Kibby, Marjorie, and Brigid Costello. (1999). Displaying the Phallus: Masculinity and the Performance of Sexuality on the Internet. Men and Masculinities, 1(4), April.

King, S. (1990). Sonny’s Virtues: The Gender Negotiations of Miami Vice. Vice Screen, 31(3).

Klein, Alan M. (1989). Managing Deviance: Hustling, Homophobia, and the Bodybuilding Subculture. Deviant Behaviour, 10(1).

Klein, Alan M. (1993). Little Big Men: Bodybuilding Subculture and Gender Construction. Albany: SUNY Press.

Klumas, Amy L., and Thomas Marchant. (1994). Images of Men in Popular Sitcoms. Journal of Men’s Studies, 2(3), February, pp. 269-285.

Kneale, N. (2004). Subverting Masculinity: Hegemonic and Alternative Versions of Masculinity in Contemporary Culture. Review of English Studies, February, vol. 55, no. 218, pp. 147-149.

Kubrin, C. E. (2005). Gangstas, Thugs, and Hustlas: Identity and the Code of the Street in Rap Music. Social Problems, 52(3).

Kusz, Kyle W. (2001). ‘I Want To Be the Minority’: The Politics of Youthful White Masculinities in Sport and Popular Culture in 1990s America. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 25(4), November, pp. 390-416.

Kusz, Kyle W. (2001). Andre Agassi and Generation X: Reading White Masculinity in 1990s America. IN: Andrews, David L. and Jackson, Steven J. (eds.). Sports Stars: The Cultural Politics of Sporting Celebrity; London & New York: Routledge.

Labin, David M. (1994). Trompe L’Oeit: Still-Life Painting and the Reconstruction of American Masculinity after the Civil War. Masculinities, 2(4), Winter.

Laurie, Ross. (1998). Fantasy Worlds: The Depiction of Women and the Mating Game in Men’s Magazines in the 1950s. Journal of Australian Studies, No. 56, pp. 116-124.

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Lehman, Peter. (2000). Roy Orbison: The invention of an alternative rock masculinity. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

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b) Literature and Literary Theory

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Alexander, Susan M. (2003). Stylish Hard Bodies: Branded masculinity in Men’s Health magazine. Sociological Perspectives, 46(4), pp. 535-554.

Anderson, Warwick. (1997). The Trespass Speaks: White Masculinity and Colonial Breakdown. American Historical Review. DEC 01 v 102 n 5.

Anonymous. (2005). Racial Myths and Masculinity in African American Literature. Black Issues in Higher Education, 22(2).

Anthony, D. (2005). “Gone Distracted”: “Sleepy Hollow,” Gothic Masculinity, and the Panic of 1819. Early American Literature, 40(1).

Appelbaum, Robert. (1997). ‘Standing to the Wall’: The Pressures of Masculinity in Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare Quarterly. Fall v 48 n 3.

Armengol, Josep M. (2007) Gendering Men: Re-Visions of Violence as a Test of Manhood in American Literature. Atlantis, 29.2: 75-92.

Armengol, Josep M. (2008). Re/Presenting Men: Cultural and Literary Constructions of Masculinity in the U.S. Saarsbruck: VDM Publishing.

Armengol, Josep Maria. (2004). ‘Attention, attention must be finally paid to such a person’: A Men’s Studies Rereading of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos [Journal of American Studies], 10: 21-46.

Ashcraft. C. (2003). Adolescent Ambiguities in American Pie: Popular Culture as a Resource for Sex Education. Youth & Society, September, vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 37-70.

Attwood, Feona. (2005). ‘Tits and ass and porn and fighting’: Male heterosexuality in magazines for men. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 8(1), pp. 83-100.

Auger, Philip. (1995). A Lesson About Manhood: Appropriating ‘The Word’ in Ernest Gaines’s A Lesson Before Dying. The Southern Literary Journal, Spring, 27(2).

Bach, Rebecca Ann. (2001). Tennis balls: Henry V and testicular masculinity. IN: Masten, Jeffrey and Wall, Wendy. (eds.). Institutions of the Text. Evanston [Ill.]: Northwestern University Press.

Baker, Houston A. (ed). (2001). Critical memory: Public spheres, African American writing, and Black fathers and sons in America. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Barsham, Diana. (2000). Arthur Conan Doyle and the Meaning of Masculinity. Ashgate Publishing

Baxter, Kent. (2000). Desire and the Literary Machine: Capitalism, Male Sexuality, and Stratemeyer Series Books for Boys. Men and Masculinities, 3(2), October.

Bayers, P. L. (2006). William Apess’s Manhood and Native Resistance in Jacksonian America. MELUS, 31(1): 123.

Benwell, B. (2004). Ironic Discourse: Evasive Masculinity in Men’s Lifestyle Magazines. Men and Masculinities, 7(1): 3-21.

Benwell, Bethan. (2001). Male gossip and language play in the letters pages of men’s lifestyle magazines. Journal of Popular Culture, v 34 no 4, Spring, pp. 19-33.

Benwell, Bethan. (2004). Ironic Discourse: Evasive Masculinity in Men’s Lifestyle Magazines. Men and Masculinities, 7(1), July.

Benwell, Bethan. (ed.). (2004). Masculinity and Men’s Lifestyle Magazines. Blackwell.

Bernier, Celeste-Marie. (2003). ‘Emblems of Barbarism: ‘ Black Masculinity and Representations of Toussaint L’Ouverture in Frederick Douglass’s Unpublished Manuscripts. American Nineteenth Century History, Volume 4, Number 3, Fall, pp. 97-120.

Billingham, S.E. (2001). Fraternizing with the Enemy: Constructions of Masculinity in the Short Fiction of Timothy Findley. Yearbook of English Studies, Volume 31, Number 1, January, pp. 205-217.

Boheemen, Christine van, and Colleen Lamos. (eds.). (2001). Masculinities in Joyce: Postcolonial Constructions. Amsterdam; Atlanta: Rodopi.

Boni, F. (2002). Framing Media Masculinities: Men’s Lifestyle Magazines and the Biopolitics of the Male Body. European Journal of Communication, 17(4): 465-478.

Boni, Federico. (2002). Framing media masculinities: Men’s lifestyle magazines and the biopolitics of the male body. European Journal of Communication, Dec.,Vol.17, Iss. 4.

Boone, Joseph A., and Michael Cadden. (eds.). (1990). Engendering Men: The Question of Male Feminist Criticism. New York & London: Routledge.

Borenstein, Eliot. (2000). Men without Women: Masculinity and Revolution in Russian Fiction, 1917-1929. Duke University Press

Boyd, K. (1990). Knowing Your Place: The Tensions of Manliness in Boys’ Story Papers, 1918-39. In Roper, Michael and Tosh, John. (eds.). Manful Assertions: Masculinities in Britain since 1800. London & New York: Routledge.

Breu, C. (2004). Going Blood-Simple in Poisonville: Hard-Boiled Masculinity in Dashiell Hammett’s Red Harvest. Men and Masculinities, 7(1): 52-76.

Brodey, I.S. (1999). Masculinity, sensibility, and the ‘man of feeling’: The gendered ethics of Goethe’s ‘Werther’. Papers on Language & Literature. 35(2):115-140, Spr.

Brody, Miriam. (1993). Manly Writing: Gendered Virtue in Rhetoric & the Rise of Composition. Southern Illinois University Press.

Bromley, Roger. (1989). Rewriting the Masculine Script: The novels of Joseph Hansen. In Derek Longhurst. (ed.). Gender, Genre and Narrative Pleasure. London: Unwin Hyman.

Broughton, Trev Lynn. (1999). Men of Letters, Writing Lives: Masculinity and Literary Auto/Biography in the Late Victorian Period. Routledge.

Brown, Carolyn. (1987). ‘Great Expectations’: Masculinity and Modernity. Essays and Studies, 40.

Brown, Jeffrey A. (2001). Reading Comic Book Masculinity. pp. 167-188; IN: Black superheroes, Milestone Comics, and Their Fans; Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.

Buchanan, B. (2002). “An Anthropomorphic Insolence of Short Duration”: Oedipus, Masculinity, and the Death of “Man” in the Work of Samuel Beckett. Men and Masculinities, 4(4): 357-367.

Bullock, Chris J. (1994). From Castle to Cathedral: The Architecture of Masculinity in Raymond Carver’s ‘Cathedral’. Journal of Men’s Studies, 2(4), May, pp. 343-351.

Bullock, Chris J. (1995). Men and Depression: Saul Bellow’s Seize the Day. Journal of Men’s Studies, 4(2), November, pp. 153-168.

Bullock, Chris J., Glenn Burger, Daniel Coleman, and Andrew Mactavish. (eds.). (1995). Masculinities, Special Issue: Masculine Fictions: Literature and the Production of Masculinities, 3(1), Spring.

Cannon, Kelly. (1994). Henry James and Masculinity: The Man at the Margins. New York: St Martin’s Press.

Carabi, Angels, and Marta Segarra. (eds.). (2003, in press). Grandes hombres escritos por mujeres. (Great Men Written By Women) Barcelona, Icaria.

Carson, J. P. (2005). Gothic masculinity: Effeminacy and the supernatural in English and German romanticism. Keats-Shelley Journal, 54: 185-188.

Chapman, Mary, and Glenn Hendler. (1999). Sentimental Men: Masculinity and the Politics of Affect in American Culture. University of California Press.

Cheung, King-Kok. (2002). Art, Spirituality, and the Ethic of Care: Alternative Masculinities in Chinese American Literature. In Gardiner, Judith Kegan. (ed.). Masculinity Studies and Feminist Theory: New Directions. Columbia University Press.

Clabough, S. (2003). Negotiating the Afterglow: Masculinity in Willa Cather’s A Lost Lady. Women’s Studies, vol. 32, no. 6, pp. 719-734.

Claridge, Laura, and Elizabeth Langland. (eds.). (1990). Out of Bounds: Male Writers and Gender(ed) Criticism. University of Massachusetts Press.

Clark, J. Michael. (2004). Railroads, Racism, and Region: Re-Reading the Apocalyptic “Southern Grotesque”. Journal of Men’s Studies, Spring, 12(3).

Clark, Keith. (ed.). (2001). Contemporary Black Men’s Fiction and Drama. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. Contents;
Introduction / Keith Clark.
1. Rescuing the Black Homosexual Lambs: Randall Kenan and the Reconstruction of Southern Gay Masculinity / Sheila Smith McKoy.
2. The Disease Called Strength: The Masculine Manifestation in Raymond Andrew’s Appalachee Red / Trudier Harris.
3. Looking Homewood: The Evolution of John Edgar Wideman’s Folk Imagination / Raymond E. Janifer.
4. Commodity Culture and the Conflation of Time in Ishmael Reed’s Flight to Canada / A. T. Spaulding.
5. Clarence Major’s All-Night Visitors: Calibanic Discourse and Black Male Expression / James W. Coleman.
6. ‘I Was My Father’s Father, and He My Child’: The Process of Black Fatherhood and Literary Evolution in Charles Johnson’s Fiction / William R. Nash.
7. Prodigal Agency: Allegory and Voice in Ernest J. Gaines’s A Lesson before Dying / Herman Beavers.
8. Without a Cosmology: The Psychospiritual Condition of African-American Men in Brent Wade’s Company Man and Melvin Dixon’s Trouble the Water / Melvin B. Rahming.
9. Are Love and Literature Political? Black Homopoetics in the 1990s / Kenyatta Dorey Graves.
10. Healing the Scars of Masculinity: Reflections on Baseball, Gunshots, and War Wounds in August Wilson’s Fences / Keith Clark.

Clark, Steve. (1994). Sordid Images: The Poetry of Masculine Desire. Routledge.

Clifford, Stephen P. (1999). Beyond the Heroic ‘I’: Reading Lawrence, Hemingway, and Masculinity. Bucknell University Press.

Coleman, James W. (2001). Black Male Fiction and the Legacy of Caliban. Lexington, Ky.: University Press of Kentucky.
Contents;
Introduction: Defining Calibanic Discourse in the Black Male Novel and Black Male Culture.
1. The Conscious and Unconscious Dimensions of Calibanic Discourse Thematized in Philadelphia Fire.
2. The Thematized Black Voice in John Edgar Wideman’s The Cattle Killing and Reuben.
3. Clarence Major’s Quest to Define and Liberate the Self and the Black Male Writer.
4. Charles Johnson’s Response to. Caliban’s Dilemma.
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Pt. II. Theoretical Considerations to the Problematic of Postwar German Masculine Identity
Pt. III. Reading Masculinity in Postwar German Literature
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Hard-Cold-Fast: Imagining Masculinity in the German Academy, Literature, and the Media / Klaus-Michael Bogdal
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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
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3. The Case Against Literacy
4. Taste and Distaste
5. Violence and Innocence
6. Misreading Violence
7. Making Way for Captain Underpants
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Men’s Tears and the Roles of Melodrama / Tom Lutz.
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c) Film, photography and television

Note: Also see general works above.

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Aleley, Jeff. (1994). Marketing Masculinity in Jean-Claude Van Damme’s Universal Soldier. Bad Subjects, Issue No. 16, October

Allen, Matthew. (1996). Masculinity as masquerade: The funny business of gender on Man O Man. Continuum (Perth), v.10 no. 2: 60-77.

Aoun, Steven. (2006). Idiot’s Box: Rape Me: ‘Rescue Me’ and the Crisis of Masculinity. Metro Magazine: Media & Education Magazine, Issue 150; 206-213.

Arthur, Erica. (2004). Where Lester Burnham Falls Down: Exposing the Facade of Victimhood in American Beauty. Men and Masculinities, 7(2), October.

Banaji, Shakuntala. (2006). Reading ‘Bollywood’: The Young Audience and Hindi Films.
Hindi Films: Theoretical Debates and Textual Studies.
Audiences and Hindi Films: Contemporary Studies.
Hindi Film-Going and the Viewing Context in Two Countries.
‘A Man Who Smokes Should Never Marry A Village Girl’: Comments on Courtship and Marriage Bollywood-Style.
Short Skirts, Long Veils and Dancing Men: Responses to Dress and the Body.
More or Less Spicy Kisses: Responses to Sex, Love and Sexuality.
Politics and Spectatorship 1: Viewing Love, Religion and Ethnic Violence.
Politics and Spectatorship 2: Young Men Viewing Terrorism and State Violence.
Conclusion: The Tricky Politics of Viewing Pleasure.

Beavers, Herman. (1997). ‘The Cool Pose’: Intersectionality, Masculinity, and Quiescence in the Comedy and Films of Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy. In Stecopoulos, Harry and Uebel, Michael. (eds.). Race and the Subject of Masculinities. Duke University Press.

Ben-Ghiat, R. (2005). Unmaking the fascist man: masculinity, film and the transition from dictatorship. Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 10(3): 336-365.

Benshoff, Harry M. (2001). ID4 and Mars Attacks!. http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/film/journal/filrev/id4-and-mars-attacks.htm. 8 January. Accessed 9 May 2001.

Berila, Beth, and Devika Dibya Choudhuri. (2005). Metrosexuality the Middle Class Way: Exploring Race, Class, and Gender in Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. Genders, Issue 42.

Berkowitz, R., and D. Cornell. (2005). Parables of Revenge and Masculinity in Clint Eastwood’s Mystic River. Law, Culture and the Humanities, 1(3): 316-332.

Berkowitz, Roger, and Drucilla Cornell. (2005). Parables of Revenge and Masculinity in Clint Eastwood’s Mystic River. Law, Culture and the Humanities, 1.3, Oct.

Beuka, R. (2000). Just One Word. ‘Plastics’: Suburban Malaise, Masculinity, and Oedipal Drive in The ‘Graduate’. Journal of Popular Film & Television. 28(1):12-21, Spr.

Biber, Katherine. (1999). ‘Turned Out Real Nice After All’: Death and Masculinity in Australian Cinema. In Playing The Man: New Approaches to Masculinity. Eds. Katherine Biber, Tom Sear, and Dave Trudinger. Sydney: Pluto Press.

Bick, Ilsa J. (1992). The Look Back in E.T. Cinema Journal, 31(4), Summer.

Bingham, Dennis. (year?) Acting Male: Masculinities in the Films of James Stewart, Jack Nicholson, and Clint Eastwood. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Biskind, B., and Barbara Ehrenreich. (1980). Machismo and Hollywood’s Working Class. Socialist Review, No. 10, pp. 109-130.

Boman, Christine. (2003). ‘Let’s get her’: masculinities and sexual violence in contemporary Australian drama and its film adaptations [Paper in: Voicing Dissent, Mc William, Kelly; Stephenson, Peta; Thompson, Graham (eds.)] JAS, Australia’s Public Intellectual Forum, no. 76: (127)-135,246-247.

Boon, Kevin Alexander. (2003). Men and the Nostalgia for Violence: Culture and Culpability in Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club. Journal of Men’s Studies, 11(3), Spring.

Boucher, L., and S. Pinto. (2007). “I Ain’t Queer”: Love, Masculinity and History in Brokeback Mountain. Journal of Men’s Studies, 15(3): 311.

Brayton, S. (2007). MTV’s Jackass: Transgression, Abjection and the Economy of White Masculinity. Journal of Gender Studies, 16(1): 57 - 72.

Britton, Andrew. (1986). Blissing Out: The Politics of Reaganite Entertainment. Movie, 31(32), Winter.

Bromley, Roger. (2001). Living in the Borderlands: Masculinity in Crisis. pp. 33-46; IN: From Alice to Buena Vista: The Films of Wim Wenders; Westport, Conn.: Praeger.

Brookey, Robert Alan, and Robert Westerfelhaus. (2002). Hiding homoeroticism in plain view: The Fight Club DVD as digital closet. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 19(1), March, pp. 21-43.

Brown, Jeffrey A. (2002). The Tortures of Mel Gibson: Masochism and the sexy male body. Men and Masculinities, 5(2), October.

Bruzzi, Stella. (1998). Undressing Cinema: Clothing and Identity in the Movies. Routledge.

Buchbinder, David. (1994). Masculinities and Identities. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press

Buchbinder, David. (1994). Mateship, Gallipoli and the Eternal Masculine. In Fuery, Patrick. (ed.). Representation, Discourse & Desire: Contemporary Australian Culture and Critical Theory. Melbourne: Longman Chesire

Buckingham, David. (ed). (1993). Reading Audiences: Young people and the media. Manchester & New York: Manchester University Press.
Includes;
Boys’ talk: Television and the policing of masculinity / Buckingham, David.
Repeatable pleasures: Notes on young people’s use of video / Wood, Julian.

Bukatman, Scott. (1988). Paralysis in Motion: Jerry Lewis’s Life as a Man. Camera Obscura, 17, May.

Butters, G.R. (2000). Portrayals of Black Masculinity in Oscar Micheaux’s The ‘Homesteader’. Literature-Film Quarterly. 28(1):54-59.

Butters, Philip. (1998). When being a man is all you’ve got: masculinity in Romper Stomper, Idiot Box, Blackrock, and The Boys. Metro (Melbourne, Vic), no.117: 40-46.

Cadmus, Paul, and Joe Lalli. (1998). Fun? Game: Male Models Revealed. Universe Books.

Chan, J. W. (2000). Bruce Lee’s Fictional Models of Masculinity. Men and Masculinities, 2(4): 371-387.

Chan, Jachinson W. (2000). Bruce Lee’s Fictional Models of Masculinity. Men and Masculinities, 2(4), April.

Chan, Jachinson. (2001). Chinese American Masculinities: From Fu Manchu to Bruce Lee. New York: Routledge.
1. American Inheritance: Chinese American Male Identities.
2. Sax Rohmer’s Dr. Fu Manchu: Scrutinizing the Inscrutable.
3. Charlie Chan: A Model Minority Man.
4. Bruce Lee: A Sexualized Object of Desire.
5. Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu.
6. From Boyhood to Manhood.
7. Toward a Masculinity of Inclusion.
Epilogue: Contemporary Asian American Men’s Issues.

Clark, M. (2004). Men, masculinities and symbolic violence in recent Indonesian cinema. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 35(1): 113.

Clark, M. (year?) Men, masculinities and symbolic violence in recent Indonesian cinema. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 35(1): 113.

Clarke, E.A. (2006). Ideal heroes: Nostalgic constructions of masculinity in ‘Tigerland’ and ‘We were soldiers’. Literature-Film Quarterly, 34(1): 19-26.

Clarke, E.A. (2006). Ideal Heroes: Nostalgic Constructions of Masculinity in Tigerland and We Were Soldiers. Literature/Film Quarterly, Vol. 34 Iss. 1.

Clayfield, Matthew (2006). That’s Not a Knife: Performing Masculinity in Greg McLean’s ‘Wolf Creek’. Metro Magazine: Media & Education Magazine; Issue 150; 130-133.

Clum, John M. (2002). He’s All Man: Male Homosexuality and Myths of Masculinity in American Drama and Film. Palgrave.

Cohan, Steven and Hark, I.R. (1993). Screening the Male: Exploring Masculinities in the Hollywood Cinema. London: Routledge.

Cohan, Steven. (1991). Masquerading as the American Male in the Fifties: Picnic, William Holden and the Spectacle of Masculinity in Hollywood Film. Camera Obscura, Vol. 25-26, January-May.

Cohan, Steven. (1997). Masked Men: Masculinity and the Movies in the Fifties. Indiana University Press (Arts and Politics of the Everyday).

Comer, Debra R., and Elizabeth A. Cooper. (1998). Gender relations and sexual harassment in the workplace: Michael Crichton’s Disclosure as a teaching tool. Journal of Management Education, April, Vol. 22, Iss. 2.

Conlon, James. (1990). Making Love, Not War: The Soldier Male in Top Gun and Coming Home. Journal of Popular Film and Television, 18(1), Spring.

Cook, Pam. (1982). Masculinity in Crisis? Tragedy and Identification in Raging Bull. Screen, 23(3-4), September-October, pp. 39-46.

Cooper, B. (2002). Boys Don’t Cry and female masculinity: Reclaiming a life & dismantling the politics of normative heterosexuality. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 19(1): 44-63.

Cooper, Emmanuel. (1990). Fully Exposed: The Male Nude in Photography. London: Unwin Hyman.

Craine J., and S.C. Aitken. (2004). Street fighting: Placing the crisis of masculinity in David Fincher’s Fight Club. GeoJournal, vol. 59, no. 4, pp. 289-296.

Creed, Barbara. (1990). Phallic Panic: Male Hysteria and Dead Ringers. Screen, 31(2), Summer.

Davies, Jude. (1995). ‘I’m the Bad Guy?’ Falling Down and White Masculinity in 1990s Hollywood. Journal of Gender Studies, 4(2), July, pp. 145-152.

Derne, Steve. (2000). Movies, Masculinity, and Modernity: An Ethnography of Men’s Film Going in India. Greenwood.

Devas, Angela. (2005). How to be a Hero: Space, Place and Masculinity in The 39 Steps (Hitchcock, UK, 1935). Journal of Gender Studies, Volume 14 Number 1, March.

DiPiero, Thomas. (1991). The Patriarch is Not (Just) a Man. Camera Obscura, Vol. 25-26, January-May.

Donald, Ralph R. (1992). Masculinity and Machismo in Hollywood’s War Films. In Craig, Steve. (ed.). Men, Masculinity and the Media. Newbury Park: Sage

Dorit, N. (2006). Beyond Flesh: Queer Masculinities and Nationalism in Israeli Cinema. International Journal of Middle East Studies, 38(1): 137.

Duncan, M. C. (1990). Sports Photographs and Sexual Difference: Images of Women and Men in the 1984 and 1988 Olympics. Sociology of Sport Journal, 7.

Dyer, Richard. (1977). Homosexuality and Film Noir. Jump Cut, 16.

Dyson, Michael Eric. (1995). Making Malcolm: The Myth and Meaning of Malcolm X. New York: Oxford University Press.
Includes;
4. In Malcolm’s shadow: Masculinity and the ghetto in Black Film.
6. Using Malcolm: Heroism, Collective Memory, and the Crisis of Black Males.

Eberwein, Robert. (1995). Disease, Masculinity, and Sexuality in Recent Films. Journal of Popular Film and Television, Winter, Vol. 22 No. 4.

Eck, Beth A. (2003). Men Are Much Harder: Gendered viewing of nude images. Gender & Society, 17(5), pp. 691-710.

Edwards, Tim. (2006). The Spectacle of the Male: Masculinity at the cinema. Chapter 7 in Cultures of Masculinity. Routledge.

Esposito, J. (2003). The Performance of White Masculinity in Boys Don’t Cry: Identity, Desire, (Mis)Recognition. Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies, 3(2): 229-241.

Faludi, Susan. (1999). Man in a can. Chapter Nine in Stiffed: The Betrayal of the American Man, William Morrow & Company.

Farrell, K. (2003). Naked Nation: The Full Monty, Working-Class Masculinity, and the British Image. Men and Masculinities, 6(2): 119-135.

Farrell, Kelly. (2003). Naked Nation: The Full Monty, working-class masculinity, and the British image. Men and Masculinities, 6(2), October.

Floyd, K. (2001). Closing the (Heterosexual) Frontier: Midnight Cowboy as National Allegory. Science & Society. 65(1):99-130, Spr.

Fouz-Hernandez, Santiago. (2005). Phallic Matters? Ewan McGregor and the Representation of the Male Body in Peter Greenaway’s The Pillow Book. (1996). Men and Masculinities, 8(2), October, pp. 133-147.

Frigoso, Rose Linda. (1993). The Representation of Cultural Identity in Zoot Suit. (1981). Theory and Society, 22.

Frohlick, S. (2005). ‘That playfulness of white masculinity’: Mediating masculinities and adventure at mountain film festivals. Tourist Studies, 5(2): 175-193.

Gabbard, Krin. (1992). Signifyin(g) the Phallus: Mo’ Better Blues and Representations of the Jazz Trumpet. Cinema Journal, 32(1), Fall.

Gallagher, M. (2004). Tripped out: The psychedelic film and masculinity. Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 21(3): 161.

Gallagher, M. (year?) Tripped out: The psychedelic film and masculinity. Quarterly Review of Film and Video 21(3): 161.

Gallagher, Mark. (2006). Action Figures: Men, Action Films, and Contemporary Adventure Narratives.
Introduction: Popular Representations of Active Masculinity Since the Late 1960s.
Armchair Thrills and the New Adventurer.
“I Married Rambo”: Spectacle and Melodrama in The Hollywood Action Film Omega Men: Late 1960s and Early 1970s Action Hero Prototypes.
Airport Fiction: The Men of Mass-Market Literature.
Restaging Heroic Masculinity: Jackie Chan and the Hong Kong Action Film.
Conclusion: The Future of Active Masculinity.

Gardiner, Judith. (2005). Why Saddam Is Gay: Masculinity Politics in South Park-Bigger, Longer, and Uncut. Quarterly Review of Film and Video, Volume 22, Number 1, January, pp. 51-62.

Gates, P. (2004). Always a Partner in Crime: Black Masculinity in the Hollywood Detective Film. Journal of Popular Film & Television, 32(1): 20.

Gates, P. (year?) Always a Partner in Crime: Black Masculinity in the Hollywood Detective Film. Journal of Popular Film & Television 32(1): 20.

Gates, Philippa. (2001). The man’s film: Woo and the pleasures of male melodrama. Journal of Popular Culture, v 35 no 1, Summer, pp. 59-79.

Gerstner, David. (1997). The Production and Display of the Closet: Making Vincente Minnelli’s Tea and Sympathy. Film Quarterly, 50:3 (spring): 13-26.

Gerstner, David. (2002). Dancer From the Dance: Gene Kelly, Television, and the Beauty of Movement. Velvet Light Trap, special issue, “Beauty Marks” 49 (Spring): 48-66.

Gerstner, David. (2002). Unsinkable Masculinity: The Artist and the Work of Art in James Cameron’s Titanic. Cultural Critique, 50 (Winter): 1-22.

Gerstner, David. (2006). Manly Arts: Masculinity and Nation in Early American Cinema. Durham: Duke University Press.

Good, G.E., M.J. Porter, and M.G. Dillon. (2002). When Men Divulge: Portrayals of Men’s Self-Disclosure in Prime Time Situation Comedies. Sex Roles, June, vol. 46, no. 11-12, pp. 419-427.

Gorman-Murray, A. (2006). Queering home or domesticating deviance?: Interrogating gay domesticity through lifestyle television. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 9(2): 227-247.

Goulet, Robert G. (1991). Life With(out) Father: The Ideological Masculine in Rope and other Hitchcock Films. In Raubicheck, Walter et.al. (eds.). Hitchcock’s Rereleased Films: From Rope to Vertigo, Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Gray, Herman. (1996). Black Masculinity and Visual Culture. Muse, http://muse.jhu.edu/quick tour/18.2gray.html.

Green, Ian. (1984). Malefunction: A Contribution to the Debate on Masculinity in the Cinema. Screen, 25(4-5), July-October.

Halberstam, Judith. (1998). Female Masculinity. Durham & London: Duke University Press.

Hank, Robert. (1998). The ‘Mock-Macho’ Situation Comedy: Hegemonic Masculinity and its Reiteration. Western Journal of Communication, 62(1), Winter

Hansen, M. (1986). Pleasure, Ambivalence, Identification: Valentino and Female Spectatorship. Cinema Journal, 25(4).

Hart, Kylo-Patrick R. (2000). Representing Gay Men on American Television. Journal of Men’s Studies, Volume 9 Number 1, Fall, pp. 59-79

Hart, Kylo-Patrick R. (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 the Straight Guy. Journal of Men’s Studies, Spring, 12(3).

Harvey, Anne-Marie. (1995). Terminating the Father: Technology, Paternity, and Patriarchy in Terminator 2. Masculinities, 3(2), Summer, pp. 25-42.

Hayes, Dannielle B. (1977). Women Photograph Men. New York: William Morrow & Co.

Henry, Matthew. He is a “BAD MOTHER*$%@!#”. Shaft and contemporary black masculinity. Journal of Popular Film and Television, pp. 114-119.

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Holdstein, Deborah H. (1983). Tootsie: Mixed messages. Jump Cut, 28, April.

Holland, Felicity, and Jane O’Sullivan. (1999). ‘Lethal larrikins’: Cinematic subversions of mythical masculinities in Blackrock and The Boys. Antipodes (Brooklyn, New York), v.13, no. 2, Dec.: 79-84.

Hollows, J. (2003). Oliver’s Twist: Leisure, Labour and Domestic Masculinity in The Naked Chef. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 6(2): 229-248.

Holmlund, Christine. (1986). Sexuality and Power in Male Doppelganger Cinema: The Case of Clint Eastwood’s Tightrope. Cinema Journal, 26(1), Fall.

Holmlund, Christine. (1989). Visible Difference and Flex Appeal: The Body, Sex, Sexuality, and Race in the Pumping Iron Films. Cinema Journal, 28(4), Summer.

Holmlund, Christine. (2002). Impossible Bodies: Femininity and Masculinity at the Movies. London; New York: Routledge.

Hubbard, Ethan. (1997). The Face of a Man: Images From Around the World. Pilgrim Press.

Hunter, L. (2003). The Celluloid Cubicle: Regressive Constructions of Masculinity in 1990s Office Movies. Journal of American & Comparative Cultures, March, vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 71-86.

Iglebæk, Vegard. (2000). Masculinities in the television series ‘Friends’: A different kind of friendship? MA dissertation.

Ingersoll, Earl G. (1995). The Construction of Masculinity in Brian De Palma’s Film Casualties of War. Journal of Men’s Studies, 4(1), August, pp. 25-41.

Iocco, Melissa. (1998). “Christ kid, you’re a weirdo”: A Kristevan reading of Bad Boy Bubby. Thesis (B.A.(Hons.)), University of Adelaide, Dept. of Social Inquiry.

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Jeffords, Susan. (1990). Reproducing Fathers: Gender and the Vietnam War in U.S. Culture. In Linda Dittmar and Michaud Gene, (eds.). From Hanoi to Hollywood: The Vietnam War in American Film. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Jeffords, Susan. (1993). Hard Bodies: Hollywood Masculinity in the Reagan Era. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Jeffords, Susan. (1993). The Big Switch: Hollywood Masculinity in the Nineties. In Collins, J. et.al. (eds.). Film Theory Goes to the Movies. New York: Routledge.

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Jones, A. B. (2004). Stars and Masculinities in Spanish Cinema. Journal of Gender Studies, 13(1): 85.

Jones, A. B. (2004). Stars and Masculinities in Spanish Cinema. Journal of Gender Studies 13(1): 85.

Jones, Joanne (2006). It’s a Fine Line between Pleasure and Pain: Representations of Masculinity in ‘Gladiator’. Screen Education, 43: [110]-115.

Journal of Men’s Studies. (2006). Spring, Vol. 14 Iss. 2.
Brokeback Mountain and the Geography of Desire / Alex J Tuss.
Understanding the Complexity of Love in Brokeback Mountain: An Analysis of the Film and Short Story / Jane Rose, Joanne Urschel.
They’re Bi Shepherds, Not Gay Cowboys: The Misframing of Brokeback Mountain.
Harry Brod.
Downlow Mountain? De/Stigmatizing Bisexuality through Pitying and Pejorative Discourses in Media / Richard N Pitt Jr.

Kawin, Bruce. (1978). Me Tarzan, You Junk: Violence, Sexism and Moral Education in the Paranoia Film. Take One, 6(4), March.

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Khorrami, S. (2002). Genius, Madness, and Masculinity: A Beautiful Mind Examined Through a Men’s Issue Model. Men and Masculinities, 5(1): 116-118.

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Kirby, Lynne. (1988). Male Hysteria and Early Cinema. Camera Obscura, 17 May.

Kirby, Marj. (1996). Cyborgasm: Machines and male hysteria in the cinema of the eighties. Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, v.1 no.2 Sept: 139-145.

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Kleinhaus, Chuck. (1974). Contemporary Working Class Heroes. Jump Cut, 2.

Klinger, Barbara. (1994). Melodrama and Meaning: History, Culture, and the Films of Douglas Sirk. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Includes Chapter 4. Star Gossip: Rock Hudson and the Burdens of Masculinity.

Koven, Mikel J. (1997). My Brother, My Lover, My Self: Traditional Masculinity in the Hong Kong Action Cinema of John Woo. Canadian Folklore. v 19 n 1.

Krutnik, Frank. (1991). In a Lonely Street: Film Noir, Genre and Masculinity. Routledge

LaBoskey, Sara. (2001-2002). Getting off: Portrayals of masculinity in hip hop dance in film. Dance Research Journal, New York; Winter, Vol. 33, Iss. 2.

Lahoucine, O., and R. Morrell. (eds.). (2005). African Masculinities: Men in Africa from the Late Nineteenty Century to the Present. New York and South Africa: Palgrave Macmillan and KwaZulu-Natal Press.
PART II: REPRESENTING MASCULINITY
To Be A Man: Changing Constructions of Manhood in Drum Magazine, 1951-1965; L.Clowes
Of Masks, Mimicry, Misogyny, and Miscegenation: Forging Black South African Masculinity in Bloke Modisane’s Blame Me On History; M.Goldsmith
The Troubled Masculinities of Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Nervous Conditions; K.Holland
(Dis)Enabling Masculinities: The Word and the Body, Class Politics and Male Sexuality in El Saadawi’s God Dies by the Nile; S.Hayward
The Masculine Subject of Colonialism: The Egyptian Loss of the Sudan; W.C.Jacob.

Lamm, Kimberly. (2003). Visuality and black masculinity in Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man and Romare Bearden’s photomontages. Callaloo. Baltimore: Summer, Vol. 26, Iss. 3.

Leddick, David. (2000). Naked Men, Too. Universe Books. (Nudes)

Lehman, P. (1998). In an Imperfect World, Men with Small Penises are Unforgiven: The Representation of the Penis/Phallus in American Films of the 1990s. Men and Masculinities, 1(2): 123-137.

Lehman, Peter. (1991). Penis Size Jokes and their Relation to Hollywood’s Unconscious. In Horton, A. (ed.). Comedy/Cinema/Theory, Berkley: University of California Press.

Lehman, Peter. (1993). Don’t Blame This on a Girl: Female Rape-Revenge Films. In Cohan, S. and Hark, I.R. (eds.). Screening the Male: Exploring Masculinities in Hollywood Cinema. London: Routledge.

Lehman, Peter. (1998). In an Imperfect World, Men With Small Penises are Unforgiven: The Representation of the Penis/Phallus in American Films of the 1990s. Men and Masculinities, 1(2), October

Lehman, Peter. (ed.). (2000). Masculinity: Bodies, Movies, Culture. New York: Routledge.
Contents;
‘Someone is going to pay’: Resurgent white masculinity in Ransom / Krin Gabbard.
Crying over the melodramatic penis: Melodrama and male nudity in films of the 90s / Peter Lehman.
The saviors and the saved: Masculine redemption in contemporary films / Amy Aronson and Michael Kimmel.
Identity, queerness, and homosocial bonding: The case of Swingers / Justin Wyatt.
Rape fantasies: Hollywood and homophobia / Joe Wlodarz.
‘Choosing to be. not a man’: Masculine anxiety in Nouri Bouzid’s Rih essed/Man of ashes / Robert Lang and Maher Ben Moussa.
T(he)-men’s room: Masculinity and space in Anthony Mann’s T-men / Susan White.
The talented Poststructuralist: Heteromasculinity, gay artifice, and class passing / Chris Straayer.
‘Emotional constipation’ and the Power of dammed masculinity: Deliverance and the paradoxes of male liberation / Sally Robinson.
‘As a mother cuddles a child’: Sexuality and masculinity in World War II combat films / Robert Eberwein.
The nation and the nude: Colonial masculinity and the spectacle of the male body in recent Canadian cinema(s) / Lee Parpart.
Lynching photography and the ‘black beast rapist’ in the southern white masculine imagination / Amy Louise Wood.
Screening the Italian-American male / Aaron Baker and Juliann Vitullo.
‘Studs have feelings too’: Warren Beatty and the question of star discourse and gender / Lucia Bozzola.
James Bond’s penis / Toby Miller.
Oliver Stone’s Nixon and the unmanning of the self-made man / Dennis Bingham.
Suck, spit, chew, swallow: A performative exploration of men’s bodies / Tim Miller.

Leighninger, Robert D. (1997). The Western as Male Soap Opera: John Ford’s Rio Grande. Journal of Men’s Studies, 6(2), Winter, pp. 135-148.

Leland, J. M. (2004). Yes, That is a Roll Of Bills in My Pocket: The Economy of Masculinity in The Sun Also Rises. The Hemingway Review 23(2): 37.

Lewis, Jon. (1983). An Officer and a Gentleman: Male Bonding and Self Abuse. Jump Cut, 28.

Lippe, R., and F. Jacobwitz. (1986). Masculinity in the Movies: To Live and Die in LA. CineAction, Summer/Fall.

Lucas, Rose. (1996). Dragging It Out: Tales of Masculinity in Australian Cinema. Meridian, Special Issue: Masculinities, 15(2), October.

Lucas, Rose. (1998). Dragging It Out: Tales of Masculinity in Australian Cinema, from Crocodile Dundee to Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Journal of Australian Studies, no.56, pp. 138-146.

McCabe, Martin. (1994). The Irish Male in Cinema. Irish Reporter, Special Issue: The Irish Male, No. 14.

McEachern, Charmaine. (1999). Comic Interventions: Passion and the Men’s Movement in the Situation Comedy, Home Improvement. Journal of Gender Studies, 8(1), March.

McMormack, T. (1984). Hollywood’s Prizefight Films: Violence or Jock Appeal. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 8.

Mellen, Joan. (1977). Big Bad Wolves: Masculinity in the American Film. New York: Pantheon Books.

Miller, Christopher. (1996). The Representation of the Black Male in Film.

Mitchell, Lee Clark. (1998). Westerns: Making the Man in Fiction and Film. University of Chicago Press.

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Modleski, Tania. (1988). Three Men and Baby M. Camera Obscura, 17, May.

Modleski, Tania. (1990). The Incredible Shrinking He(r)man: Male Regression, the Male Body, and Film. Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, 2(2).

Modleski, Tania. (1991). Feminism Without Women: Culture and Criticism in a ‘Postfeminist’ Age. New York & London: Routledge (Part II: Masculinity and Male Feminism).

Moore, Suzanne. (1988). Here’s Looking at You, Kid!. In Lorraine Gamman and Margaret Marshment, (eds.). The Female Gaze: Women as Viewers of Popular Culture, pp. 44-59

Munoz, Jose E. (1997). Photographies of Mourning: Melancholia and Ambivalence in Van Der Zee, Mapplethorpe, and Looking for Langston. In Stecopoulos, Harry and Uebel, Michael. (eds.). Race and the Subject of Masculinities, Duke University Press.

Neale, Steve. (1982). ‘Chariots of Fire’, Images of Men. Screen, 23(3-4), September-October.

Neale, Steve. (1983). Masculinity as Spectacle. Screen, 24(6), December.

Neale, Steve. (1986). Sexual Difference in the Cinema: Issues of Fantasy, Narrative and the Look. Oxford Literary Review, 8(2).

Neibaur, James L. (1989). Tough Guy: The American Movie Macho. Jefferson, Nth Carolina: McFarland & Co.

Nicholls, Mark. (1999). Something for the Man Who Has Everything: Melancholia and the Films of Martin Scorsese. In Playing The Man: New Approaches to Masculinity. Eds. Katherine Biber, Tom Sear, and Dave Trudinger. Sydney: Pluto Press.

O’Sullivan, J., and A. Sheridan. (2005). The king is dead, long live the king: Tall tales of new men and new management in The Bill. Gender Work and Organization, 12(4): 299-318.

Padva, Gilad. (2004). Edge of Seventeen: Melodramatic Coming-Out in New Queer Adolescence Films. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 1(4), 355-372.

Padva, Gilad. (2005). Radical Sissies and Stereotyped Fairies in Laurie Lynd’s The Fairy Who Didn’t Want To Be A Fairy Anymore. Cinema Journal 45(1), 66-78.

Padva. Gilad. (2005). Desired Bodies and Queer Masculinities in Three Popular TV Sitcoms. In Lorek-Jezinska, Edyta and Wieckowska, Katarzyna. (eds.), Corporeal Inscriptions: Representations of the Body in Cultural and Literary Texts and Practices (pp. 127-138). Torun, Poland: Nicholas Copernicus University Press.

Palmer, R. Barton. (1984/85). A Masculinist Reading of Two Western Films: High Noon and Rio Grande. Journal Of Popular Film and Television , 12(4), Winter.

Pang, Laikwan. (2002). Masculinity in Crisis: Films of Milkyway Image and Post-1997 Hong Kong Cinema. Feminist Media Studies 2(3), November.

Patterson, Eric. (1982). Every Which Way But Lucid: The Critique of Authority in Clint Eastwood’s Police Movies. Journal Of Popular Film and Television, Fall.

Paxton, Anthony. (1999). ‘Do You Want To Play With Fire, Little Boy?’ David Lynch and the Masculinity of Horror. In Playing The Man: New Approaches to Masculinity. Eds. Katherine Biber, Tom Sear, and Dave Trudinger. Sydney: Pluto Press.

Pearce, Sharyn. (2000). Performance Anxiety: the Interaction of Gender and Power in The Full Monty. Australian Feminist Studies, Volume 15 Number 32.

Penley, Constance, and Sharon Willis. (1988). Male Trouble. Camera Obscura, 17, May.

Perry, J. (2007). Healthy for Family Life: Television, Masculinity, and Domestic Modernity during West Germany’s Miracle Years. German History, 25(4): 560.

Pfeil, Fred. (1993). From Pillar to Postmodern: Race, Class, and Gender in the Male Rampage Film. Socialist Review, 23(2).

Pfeil, Fred. (1995). White Guys: Studies in Postmodern Domination and Difference. London & New York: Verso (2 Chapters in Particular)

Pintar, L.C. (1996). Sorrell, Herbert, K. as the Grade-B Hero: Militancy and Masculinity in the Studios. Labor History, 37(3), pp. 392-416.

Poudyal, R. (2000). Alternative Masculinities in South Asia - An exploration through films for schools. IDS Bulletin-Institute of Development Studies. 31(2):75-+, Apr..

Powrie, Phil, Ann Davies and Bruce Babington. (eds.). (2004). The Trouble with Men: Masculinities in European and Hollywood Cinema. London: Wallflower Press.Powrie, Phil, Ann Davies, and Bruce Babington. (eds.). (2004). The Trouble with Men: Masculinities in European and Hollywood Cinema. London: Wallflower Press.Powrie, Phil. (1997). French Cinema in the 1980s: Nostalgia and the Crisis of Masculinity. Oxford University Press.

Pumphrey, Martin. (1989). Why Do Cowboys Wear Hats in the Bath? Style Politics for the Older Man. Critical Quarterly, 31(3), Autumn.

Ragas, Thelma. (1982). Breaker Morant: Patterns of Heroism. Cinema Papers, 36, February.

Rattigan, N., and T.P. McManus. (1992). Fathers, Sons, and Brothers: Patriarchy and Guilt in 1980s American Cinema. Journal Of Popular Film and Television, 20(1), Spring.

Reeder, Jurgen. (1995). The Uncastrated Man: The Irrationality of Masculinity in Cinema. American Imago, Summer, 52(2).

Reich, Jacqueline. (2004). Beyond the Latin Lover: Marcello Mastroianni, Masculinity, and Italian Cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Rickey, C., and A. West. (1981). The Return of the WASP Hero. American Film, 7(2), November.

Rieser, K. (2001). Masculinity and Monstrosity: Characterization and Identification in the Slasher Film. Men and Masculinities, 3(4): 370-392.

Rieser, Klaus. (2001). Masculinity and Monstrosity: Characterization and Identification in the Slasher Film. Men and Masculinities, 3(4), April.

Robinson, Sally. (1995). ‘What Guy Will Do That?’ Recodings of Masculinity in Sex, Lies, and Videotape. Genders, No. 21.

Russo, V. (1987). The Celluloid Closet: Homosexuality in the Movies. New York: Harper & Row.

Scharrer, E. (2001). Tough Guys: The portrayal of hypermasculinity in aggression in televised police dramas. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 45(4): 615-634.

Schneider, J. (1999). The East is ‘Queer’? Masculinity and desire for the same in recent Hong Kong cinema. In J.A. Holstein and G. Miller. (eds.). Perspectives on Social Problems, VOL 11. PG. 25-60.

Self, R., and T. Robinson. (2000). Troubled Masculinity and Abusive Fathers: Duality and Duplicity in ‘The Gingerbread Man’. Journal of Film & Video. 52(2):41-55, Sum.

Sellier, G. (2000). Masculinity and Politics in New Wave Cinema. Sites: the Journal of 20th Century/ Contemporary French Studies. 4(2):471-487, Fall.

Sharrett, Christopher. (1985). Myth, Male Fantasy, and Simulacra in Mad Max and The Road Warrior. Journal of Popular Film & Television, 13(2), Summer.

Shor, Fran. (2000). Transcending the Myths of Patriotic Militarized Masculinity: Armoring, Wounding, and Transfiguration in Ron Kovic’s Born on the Fourth of July. Journal of Men’s Studies, 8(3), pp. 375-385.

Shrock, Joel. (1997). Desperate Deeds, Desperate Men: Gender, Race, and Rape in Silent Feature Films, 1915-1927. Journal of Men’s Studies, 6(1), Fall, pp. 69-89.

Simmons, Gary (2006). The Gloves are Off, Billy’s Pumped: Gender and Class Politics in ‘Billy Elliot’. Screen Education, 44: 119-123.

Simpson, P. (2004). New Soviet Man: Gender and Masculinity in Stalinist Soviet Cinema. Journal of Design History, June, vol. 17, no. 2, pp. 200-202.

Singer, Linda. (1990). Just Say No: Repression, Anti-Sex and the New Film. In Raymond, D. (ed.). Sexual Politics and Popular Culture, Bowling Green Ohio: Bowling Green State University Popular Press.

Slavin, John. (1980). Male Delivery: Role Reversal in the Contemporary Cinema. Metro, Spring.

Smith, G. M., and P. Wilson. (2004). Country Cookin’ and Cross-Dressin’: Television, Southern White Masculinities, and Hierarchies of Cultural Taste. Television New Media, 5(3): 175-195.

Smith, J. (2004). Seeing Double: Stunt Performance and Masculinity. Journal of Film and Video, 56(3): 35.

Smith, J. (2004). Seeing Double: Stunt Performance and Masculinity. Journal of Film and Video 56(3): 35.

Smith, P. (1989). Action Movie Hysteria, or Eastwood Bound. Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, 1(3).

Sobchack, Vivian. (1986). Child/Alien/Father: Patriarchal Crisis and Generic Exchange. Camera Obscura, 15.

Somerson, Wendy. (2004). White Men on the Edge: Rewriting the borderlands in Lone Star. Men and Masculinities, 6(3), January.

Sparks, Richard. (1996). Masculinity and Heroism in the Hollywood ‘Blockbuster’: The Culture Industry and Contemporary Images of Crime and Law-Enforcement. British Journal of Criminology, Special Issue: Masculinities, Social Relations and Crime. 36(3), pp. 348-360.

Speed, Lesley. (1999). Millenium Man: Comedy and Masculinity in the Films of Mike Myers. Metro, No. 120.

Spicer, Andrew. (2001). Typical Men: The Representation of Masculinity in Popular British Cinema. London; New York: I.B. Tauris Publishers.

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Springer, Claudia. (1988). Rebellious Sons in Vietnam Combat Films: A Response. Genre, 21.

Stanley, Timothy. (2006). Punch-Drunk Masculinity. Journal of Men’s Studies, Spring, Vol. 14 Iss. 2.

Stein, Atara. (1998). Minding One’s P’s and Q’s: Homoeroticism in Star Trek: The Next Generation. Genders, 27.

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Tasker, Yvonne. (1997). Fists of Fury: Discourses of Race and Masculinity in the Martial Arts Cinema. In Stecopoulos, Harry and Uebel, Michael. (eds.). Race and the Subject of Masculinities, Duke University Press.

Thomas, Allan. (1996). Camping outback: Landscape, masculinity, and performance in The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Continuum (Perth), v.10 no. 2: 97-110.

Thomas, C. (1999). Last Laughs: Batman, Masculinity, and the Technology of Abjection. Men and Masculinities, 2(1): 26-46.

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To womey, C. (2007). Emaciation or Emasculation: Photographic Images, White Masculinity and Captivity by the Japanese in World War Two. Journal of Men’s Studies, 15(3): 295.

Todd, D. (2005). Decadent Heroes: Dandyism and Masculinity in Art Deco Hollywood. Journal of Popular Film & Television, 32(4): 168.

Todd, D. (2005). Decadent Heroes: Dandyism and Masculinity in Art Deco Hollywood. Journal of Popular Film & Television 32(4): 168.

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Can Masculinity be Terminated?

Tuss, Alex. (2000). Deconstructing and Reconstructing Masculinity in Manuel Puig’s Kiss of the Spider Woman. Journal of Men’s Studies, 8(3), pp. 323-332.

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d) Advertising

Note: Also see general works above.

Amy-Chinn, D. (2006). This is just for me(n): How the regulation of post-feminist lingerie advertising perpetuates woman as object. Journal of Consumer Culture, 6(2): 155-175.

Barthel, Diane. (1992). When Men Put On Appearances: Advertising and the Social Construction of Masculinity. In Craig, Steve. (ed.). Men, Masculinity and the Media. Newbury Park: Sage

Brandth, Berit. (1995). Rural Masculinity in Transition: Gender Images in Tractor Advertisements. Journal of Rural Studies, 11(2), April, pp. 123-133.

Breazeale, Kenon. (1994). In Spite of Women: Esquire Magazine and the Construction of the Male Consumer. Signs, 20(1), Autumn.

Cass, Jeffrey. (1999). Men With Modems: E-mail: Netscape and the Promise of Homosocial Utopia. Ctheory.Net, 7 May. URL: http://www.ctheory.net/text_file.asp?pick=114.

Cherrington, J., K. Chamberlain, and J. Grixti. (2006). Relocating Alcohol Advertising Research: Examining Socially Mediated Relationships with Alcohol. J Health Psychol, 11(2): 209-222.

Clark, Marshall. (2004). Indonesian masculinities: Images of men in Indonesian TV advertising. Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs, v. 38, no. 2: (9)-37.

Coltrane, Scott and Allan, Kenneth. (1994). ‘New’ Fathers and Old Stereotypes: Representations of Masculinity in 1980s Television Advertising. Masculinities, 2(4), Winter, pp. 43-66 .

Elliott, Richard, and Christine Elliott. (2005). Idealized images of the male body in advertising: a reader-response exploration. Journal of Marketing Communications, Volume 11, Number 1, March, pp. 3-19.

Forrest, Thomas. (1989). Such a Handsome Face: Advertising Male Cosmetics. In Feminist frontiers II, McGraw Hill.

Gardiner, J.K. (2000). Masculinity, the Teening of America, and Empathic Targeting. Signs. 25(4):1257-1261, Sum.

Hall, C., and M. Crum. (1994). Women and body-isms in television beer commercials. Sex Roles, 31(5-6), 329-337.

Hill, L. (1999). What it means to be a Lion Red man: Alcohol advertising and Kiwi masculinity. Women’s Studies Journal.

Jackson, Peter. (1994). Black Male: Advertising and the Cultural Politics of Masculinity. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 1(1), March, pp. 49-59 .

Jeffcoat, Sarah. What Competing Versions of Masculinity Can We Seen in Contemporary British Advertising?. http:.

Katz, Jackson. (1995). Advertising and the construction of violent white masculinity. In G. Dines & J. Humez. (eds.), Gender, race and class in media: A text reader. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Katz, Jackson. (2003). Advertising and The Construction of Violent White Masculinity: From Eminem to Clinique For Men. In G. Dines & J. Humez. (eds.), Gender, Race and Class in Media: A Text Reader. (Second edition). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Kervin, Dennis. (1990). Advertising Masculinity: The Representation of Males in Esquire Advertisements. Journal of Communication Enquiry, 14(1), Winter .

Lanis, K., and K. Covell. (1995). Images of women in advertisements: Effects on attitudes related to sexual aggression. Sex Roles, 32(9-10): 639-649.

Lopez-Varas, Ma Luisa. (1994). Man and Cosmetics: From the Traditional Consumption Model to the Modern Consumption Model. Politica y Sociedad, 16, May-August, pp. 201-209.

Masse, Michelle A. and Rosenblum, Karen. (1988). Male and Female Created They Them: The Depiction of Gender in the Advertising of Traditional Women’s and Men’s Magazines. Women’s Studies International Forum, 11(2), pp. 127-44

Moore, Suzanne. (1987). Target Man. New Socialist, January

Mullany, Louise. (2004). ‘Become the man that women desire’: Gender identities and dominant discourses in email advertising language. Language and Literature, Vol. 13, No. 4, 291-305.

Nelson, M., and H. -J. Paek. (2005). Cross-Cultural Differences in Sexual Advertising Content in a Transnational Women’s Magazine. Sex Roles. 53: 371-383.

O’Barr, William M. (2004). Roundtable on Advertising and the New Masculinities. Advertising & Society Review, Volume 5, Issue 4 (William M. O’Barr, Doug Cameron, Michael Paxton, Peter Geary, Sherry Nemmers, Michael Wilke, Michael Kimmel, Tyson Smith, Simon Bowden).

Patterson, Maurice, and Richard Elliott. (2002). Negotiating Masculinities: Advertising and the Inversion of the Male Gaze. Consumption, Markets and Culture, Volume 5, Number 3, pp. 231-249.

Pope, H.G., R. Olivardia, J.J Borowiecki, and G.H. Cohane. (2001). The Growing Commercial Value of the Male Body: A Longitudinal Survey of Advertising in Women’s Magazines. Psychotherapy & Psychosomatics. 70(4):189-192, Jul-Aug.

Reichert, T. (2002). Sex in advertising research: A review of content, effects, and functions of sexual information in consumer advertising. Annual Review of Sex Research, 13: 241.

Reichert, Tom, and Jaqueline Lambiase. (eds.). (2003). Sex in Advertising: Perspectives on the Erotic Appeal. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Reichert, Tom. (1999). Cheesecake and beefcake: No matter how you slice it, sexual explicitness in advertising continues to increase. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, Spring, Vol. 76, Iss. 1; pp. 7-21.

Roberson, J. (2005). Fight!! Ippatsu!!: “Genki” Energy Drinks and the Marketing of Masculine Ideology in Japan. Men and Masculinities, 7(4): 365-384.

Rohlinger, D. A. (2002). Eroticizing men: Cultural influences on advertising and male objectification. Sex Roles, 46(3/4): 61.

Rohlinger, Deana A. (2002). Eroticizing Men: Cultural Influences on Advertising and Male Objectification. Sex Roles, 46(3/4), February.

Roxburgh, Mark. (1998). I feel like a blokey ID or two: Beer ads, masculinity and Australian identity. Metro Education, 17: 15-19.

Schroeder J., and Zwick D. (2004). Mirrors of Masculinity: Representation and Identity in Advertising Images. Consumption, Markets and Culture, March, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 21-52.

Shields, Vickie Rutledge, with Dawn Heinecken. (2001). Measuring Up: How Advertising Affects Self Image. University of Pennsylvania Press.

Slater M.D., D. Rouner, K. Murphy, F. Beauvais, J. Van Leuven, and M.D. Rodriguez. (1996). Male Adolescents’ Reactions to TV Beer Advertisements: The Effects of Sports Content and Programming Context. J Stud Alcohol. Jul;57(4):425-33.

Smith, Tyson. (2005). Pumping Irony: The Construction of Masculinity in a Post-feminist Advertising Campaign. Advertising & Society Review, Volume 6, Issue 3.Soar, Matthew. (2001). Engines and acolytes of consumption: Black male bodies, advertising and the laws of thermodynamics. Body & Society, 7(4), pp. 37-55.

Tait, Sue (1999) Advertising, Cultural Criticism and Mythologies of the Male Body. In Masculinities in Aotearoa/New Zealand, (eds.). R. Law, H. Campbell, and J. Dolan. Dunmore Press: Palmerston North.

Walker, Catherine, Duane Thomas, Veronica Webb, and Richard Elms. (1998). Body & Soul: Black Men on Style and Beauty. Universe Books.

Wernick, Andrew. (1987). From Voyeur to Narcissist: Imaging Men in Contemporary Advertising. In Kaufman, Michael. (ed.). Beyond Patriarchy: Essays by Men on Pleasure, Power, and Change. Toronto: Oxford University Press, pp. 277-297

White, Philip G., and James Gillett. (1994). Reading the Muscular Body: A Critical Decoding of Advertisements in Flex Magazine. Sociology of Sport Journal, 11(1), March.

Worsching, Martha. (2000). Sporting metaphors and the enactment of hegemonic masculinity: Sport and advertising in the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel. Journal of Popular Culture, v 34 no3, Winter, pp. 59-85.

Worsching, Martha. (2007). Race to the Top: Masculinity, Sport, and Nature in German Magazine Advertising. Men and Masculinities, October, 10(2): 197-221.

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e) Internet, cyberspace, new media

Adam, Alison. (1998). Artificial Knowing: Gender and the Thinking Machine. London: Routledge.

Alexander, Jonathan. (ed.). (2002). Queer Webs: Representations of LGBT People and Communities on the World Wide Web. A special issue (vol. 7, no. 2/3) of International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer.

Alice, M., C. Farooq, and W. Gamini. (2003). Cyber dudes and cyber babes: Gender differences and internet financial services. Journal of Financial Services Marketing, 8(2): 152.

Andersen, Virginia Alfonte. (2003). Digital Recall: Computers Aren’t the Only Ones with Memory. New York: Writer’s Showcase.

Andrew, J.P. (2000). Cyberghetto or Cybertopia? Race, Class, and Gender on the Internet. Contemporary Sociology, 29(2): 357.

Archibald, Jacqueline, Judy Emms, Frances Grundy, Janet Payne, and Eva Turner. (2005). The Gender Politics of ICT. Middlesex University Press.

Balka, Ellen, and Richard Smith. (eds.). (2000). Women, Work and Computerization: Charting a Course to the Future. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Barak, Azy, and Storm A. King. (eds.). (2000). The Internet and Sexuality. A special issue (Vol. 3, No. 4 [August 2000]) of CyberPsychology and Behavior.

Behar Molad, Clarisse. (2000). Women Weaving Webs: Will Women Rule the Internet?. Houston, TX: CBM Press.

Blair, Kristine, and Pamela Takayoshi. (eds.). (1999). Feminist Cyberscapes: Mapping Gendered Academic Spaces. Stamford, CT: Ablex Publishing Corp.

Bonder, Gloria. (2003). The New Information Technologies and Women: Essenial Reflections. Santiago, Chile: ECLAC, Women and Development Unit.

Bromley, Hank, and Michael W. Apple. (eds.). (1998). Education/Technology/Power: Educational Computing as a Social Practice. Albany: SUNY Press. (Includes three essays on gender issues.)

Brown, G., B. Maycock, and S. Burns. (2005). Your Picture is Your Bait: Use and Meaning of Cyberspace Among Gay Men. Journal of Sex Research, 42(1): 63.

Bystydzienski, Jill M., and Sharon R. Bird. (eds.). (2006). Removing Barriers: Women in Academic Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press.

Camp, Tracy. (ed.). (2002). Women and Computing. A special issue (vol. 34, no. 2) of SIGCSE Bulletin. New York: Association for Computing Machinery, Inc.

Carlassare, Elizabeth. (2000). DotCom Divas: E-Business Insights from the Visionary Women Founders of 20 Net Ventures. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Cassell, Justine, and Henry Jenkins. (eds.). (1998). From Barbie to Mortal Kombat: Gender and Computer Games. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Castaño, Cecilia. (2005). Las mujeres y las tecnologías de la información. Internet y la trama de nuestra vida. Spain: Alianza Editorial SA.

Chaney, M., and C. Chang. (2005). A Triof Turmoil for Internet Sexually Addicted Men Who have Sex with Men: Boredom Proneness, Social Connectedness, and Dissociation. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 12(1): 3-18.

Chatterjee, Bela. (2002). Razorgirls and Cyberdykes: Tracing cyberfeminism and thoughts on its use in a legal context. International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies, special edition on Queer Webs, 7(2/3), pp. 179-214.

Chiou, WB; et al (2007) Adolescents’ reply intent for sexual disclosure in cyberspace: Gender differences and effects of anonymity and topic intimacy. Cyberpsychology & Behavior, Vol. 10, No. 5, Pp725-728.

Clarkson, J. (2005). Contesting Masculinity’s Makeover: Queer Eye, Consumer Masculinity, and “Straight-Acting” Gays. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 29(3): 235-255.

Clarkson, J. (2006). “Everyday Joe” versus “Pissy, Bitchy, Queens”: Gay Masculinity on StraightActing. com. Journal of Men’s Studies, 14(2): 191.

Clarkson, Jay. (2006). “Everyday Joe” versus “Pissy, Bitchy, Queens”: Gay Masculinity on StraightActing.com. Journal of Men’s Studies, Spring, Vol. 14 Iss. 2.

Cobe, Patricia, and Ellen H. Parlapiano. (2001). Mompreneurs Online: Using the Internet to Build Work@Home Success. New York: Perigee.

Cohoon, J. McGrath, and William Aspray. (eds.). (2006). Women and Information Technology: Research on Underrepresentation. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Consalvo, Mia, and Susanna Paasonen. (eds.). (2002). Women and Everyday Uses of the Internet: Agency and Identity. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.

Cooper, Joel, and Kimberlee D. Weaver. (2003). Gender and Computers: Understanding the Digital Divide. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Cummings, S. J. R. et al. (eds.). (2005). Gender and ICTs for Development: A Global Sourcebook. Amsterdam: KIT Publishers.

Cutting Edge Women’s Research Group. (eds.). (1998). Desire by Design: Body, Territories and New Technologies. London and New York: I. B. Tauris.

Cutting Edge Women’s Research Group. (eds.). (2000). Digital Desires: Language, Identity and New Technologies. London & New York: I.B. Tauris.

Daneback, K., S. -A. Mansson, and M. Ross. (2007). Using the Internet to find Offline Sex Partners. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 10(1): 100-107.

Davis-Floyd, Robbie, and Joseph Dumit. (eds.). (1998). Cyborg Babies: From Techno-Sex to Techno-Tots. New York: Routledge.

Dawson, B. L., and W. D. McIntosh. (2006). Sexual Strategies Theory and Internet Personal Advertisements. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 9(5): 614-617.

Dew, B., M. Brubaker, and D. Hays. (2006). From the Altar to the Internet: Married Men and their Online Sexual Behavior. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 13(2 - 3): 195-207.

Durkin, Keith, Craig J. Forsyth, and James F. Quinn. (2006). Pathological Internet Communities: A New Direction For Sexual Deviance Research In A Post Modern Era. Sociological Spectrum, Volume 26 Number 6, November-December.

Ebo, Bosah. (ed.). (1998). Cyberghetto or Cybertopia? Race, Class and Gender on the Internet. Westport, Conn: Praeger Publishers.

Eisenstein, Zillah. (1998). Global Obscenities: Patriarchy, Capitalism, and the Lure of Cyberfantasy. New York: NYU Press.

Elisabeth Jay, F. (2005). The Reality of Virtual Reality: The Internet and Gender Equality Advocacy in Latin America. Latin American Politics and Society, 47(3): 1.

Ess, Charles, and Fay Sudweeks. (eds.). (2001). Culture, Technology, Communication: Towards an Intercultural Global Village. Albany: SUNY Press. (Includes two essays on gender issues.)

Everts, Saskia. (1999). Gender and Technology: Empowering Women, Engendering Development. London: Zed Books.

Faulkner, K. et al. (2004). Strategies of Inclusion: Gender and the Information Society. Edinburgh, UK: Research Centre for Social Sciences.

Fernandez, Maria et al. (eds.). (2003). Domain Errors: Cyberfeminist Practices. Brooklyn, NY: Autonomedia.

Flanagan, Mary, and Austin Booth. (eds.). (2002). Reload: Rethinking Women + Cyberculture. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Fleming, Michele; Rickwood, Debra. (2004). Teens in cyberspace: do they encounter friend or foe? Youth Studies Australia, v. 23 no. 3, Sept: 46-52.

Freeman, Carla. (1999). High Tech and High Heels in the Global Economy: Women, Work, and Pink-Collar Identities in the Caribbean. Durham: Duke Univ. Press.

Furger, Roberta. (1998). Does Jane Compute? Preserving Our Daughters’ Place in the Cyber Revolution. New York: Warner Books.

Gajjala, Radhika. (ed.). (2002). Cyberfeminisms. A special issue (#4) of Rhizomes.

Gerrard, Lisa. (ed.). (1999). Computers and Composition: Special Issue on Computers, Composition, and Gender, vol. 16, no. 1.

Girard, Bruce, and Seán Ó Siochrú. (eds.). (2003). Communicating in the Information Society. Geneva, Switzerland: United Nations Research Institute for Social Development.

Gottlieb, Lori, and Jesse Jacobs. (2002). Inside the Cult of Kibu. Cambridge, MA: Perseus Publishing.

Graner-Ray, Sheri. (2003). Gender Inclusive Game Design: Expanding the Market. Hingham, MA: Charles River Media.

Green, Eileen, and Alison Adam. (eds.). (2001). Virtual Gender: Technology, Consumption and Identity Matters. New York: Routledge.

Green, Ellen, and Alison Adam. (eds.). (1999). Information, Communication, and Society: Special Issue on Gender and ICTs, vol. 2, no. 4 (Winter).

Gurak, Laura J., and Lisa Ebeltoft-Kraske. (eds.). (1999). The Information Society: Special Issue on The Rhetorics of Gender in Computer-Mediated Communication, v. 15, no. 3.

Gurumurthy, Anita. (2004). Gender and ICTs: Overview Report. Brighton, U.K.: Institute for Development Studies.

Hafkin, Nancy, and Nancy Taggart. (2001). Gender, Information Technology, and Developing Countries: An Analytic Study. Washington, DC: USAID.

Hafkin, Nancy, and Sophia Huyer. (eds.). (2006). Cinderella or Cyberella? Empowering Women in the Knowledge Society. Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press.

Harcourt, Wendy. (ed.). (1999). Women@Internet: Creating New Cultures in Cyberspace. London: Zed Books.

Hawisher, Gail E., and Cynthia L. Selfe. (eds.). (1999). Passions, Pedagogies, and 21st Century Technologies. Logan, UT: Utah State Univ. Press. (Part 3 includes essays under the heading “Ethical and Feminist Concerns in an Electronic World”).

Hawisher, Gail E., and Cynthia L. Selfe. (eds.). (2000). Global Literacies and the World-Wide Web. London: Routledge. (Includes three essays that deal in part with gender issues.)

Hawthorne, Susan, and Renate Klein. (eds.). (1999). CyberFeminism: Connectivity, Critique and Creativity. North Melbourne: Spinifex Press.

Haynes, Deborah J. et al. (eds.). (2005). Gender, Race, and Information Technology. A special issue of the journal Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies. Vol. 26, No. 1.

Helga, D., L. Karen, and M. Rosie. (2004). Buying on the Internet: Gender Differences in On-line and Conventional Buying Motivations. Sex Roles, 50(5/6): 423.

Henwood, Flis et al. (eds.). (2001). Cyborg Lives? Women’s Technobiographies. York [U.K.]: Raw Nerve Books.

Hiroshi, O., and Z. Madeline. (2003). Gender and the Internet. Social Science Quarterly, 84(1): 111.

Holeton, Richard. (ed.). (1998). Composing Cyberspace: Identity, Community, and Knowledge in the Electronic Age. Boston: McGraw-Hill. (Includes a section entitled “Gender Online” with five essays.)

Hopkins, Patrick D. (ed.). (1999). Sex/Machine: Readings in Culture, Gender, and Technology. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Horn, Stacy. (1998). Cyberville: Clicks, Culture and the Creation of an Online Town. New York: Warner Books.

Hrabowski, Freeman A. et al. (2002). Overcoming the Odds: Raising Academically Successful African American Young Women. New York: Oxford Univ. Press. (Focuses on high achievers in science and technology.)

Ira, M.W., and R.-A. Marie. (2005). Gender and the Internet: Causes of Variation in Access, Level, and Scope of Use. Social Science Quarterly, 86(1): 252.

Jill, E. F. (2004). Equality in Cyberdemocracy? Gauging Gender Gaps in On-Line Civic Participation. Social Science Quarterly, 85(4): 938.

Jonathan, M. (2003). The sexual life of Cyber-savants. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 14(2): 229.

Jones, Steven G. (ed.). (1998). Cybersociety 2.0: Revisiting Computer-Mediated Communication and Community. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. (Includes two essays on gender issues.)

Joshua, C., and S. Nicholas. (2004). Internet Shopper Demographics and Buying Behaviour in Australia. Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge, 5(1/2): 171.

Karnes, Frances A., and Kristen R. Stephens. (2002). Young Women of Achievement: A Resource for Girls in Science, Math, and Technology. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books.

Kearney, Mary Celeste. (2006). Girls Make Media. Routledge.

Keeble, Leigh, and Brian D. Loader. (eds.). (2001). Community Informatics: Shaping Computer-Mediated Social Relations. London: Routledge. Contains several essays on gender issues.

Kember, Sarah. (2002). Cyberfeminism and Artificial Life. New York: Routledge, 2002.

Kendall, Lori. (2002). Hanging Out in the Virtual Pub: Masculinities and Relationships Online. Berkeley: U. of California Press.

Kirkup, Gill, Linda Janes, Kathryn Woodward, and Fiona Hovenden. (eds.). (1999). The Gendered Cyborg: A Reader. London: Routledge.

Koivunen, Anu, and Susanna Paasonen. (eds.). (2001). Affective Encounters: Rethinking Embodiment in Feminist Media Studies. Turku: Finnish Society for Cinema Studies.

Kolko, Beth E., Lisa Nakamura, and Gilbert B. Rodman. (eds.). (2001). Race in Cyberspace. New York: Routledge. (Includes two essays that deal in part with gender issues.)

Laurel, Brenda. (2001). Utopian Entrepreneur. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Lazarus, Barbara B. et al. (eds.). (2001). The Woman’s Guide to Navigating the Ph.D. in Engineering and Science. New York: IEEE Press.

Lerman, Nina E. et al. (eds.). (2003). Gender and Technology: A Reader. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Leung, Linda. (2005). Virtual Ethnicity: Race, Resistance and the World Wide Web. Aldershot, U.K.: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

Lie, Merete. (ed.). (2003). He, She and IT Revisited: New Perspectives on Gender in the Information Society. Oslo, Norway: Gyldendal Akademisk.

Linda, A.J., S.E. Kelly, D.G. Philip, and S. Neal. (2001). Gender and the Internet: Women communicating and men searching. Sex Roles, 44(5/6): 363.

Livingstone, Sonia. (2002). Young People and New Media: Childhood and the Changing Media Environment. Sage.

Lloyd, Christiane et al. (eds.). (2002). Feminist Challenges in the Information Age. Opladen, Germany: Leske + Budrich.

Loader, Brian D. (ed.). (1998). Cyberspace Divide: Equality, Agency, and Policy in the Information Society. New York: Routledge.

Lori, D.W., and K. Pradeep. (2003). Web advertising: Gender differences in beliefs, attitudes and behavior. Internet Research, 13(5): 375.

MacKenzie, Donald, and Judy Wajcman. (eds.). (1999). The Social Shaping of Technology, 2nd ed. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Malloy, Judy. (ed.). (2003). Women, Art, and Technology. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Mannix, Kelly. (1998). The Busy Woman’s Guide to the Internet: Activism and Research Online. New York: International Women’s Rights Project.

Margolis, Jane, and Allan Fisher. (2002). Unlocking the Clubhouse: Women in Computing. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Matsuba, M. K. (2006). Searching for Self and Relationships Online. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 9(3): 275-284.

Mayberry, Maralee, and Ellen Cronan Rose. (eds.). (1999). Meeting the Challenge: Innovative Feminist Pedagogies in Action. New York: Routledge. (Includes four essays on women’s studies and information technology.)

Mazzarella, Sharon R. (ed.). (2005). Girl Wide Web: Girls, the Internet, and the Negotiation of Identity. Peter Lang Publishing.

Meerkerk, G. -J., R. J. J. M. V. D. Eijnden, and H. F. L. Garretsen. (2006). Predicting Compulsive Internet Use: It’s All about Sex! CyberPsychology & Behavior, 9(1): 95-103.

Mihalec, Kristina, and Nevenka Sudar. (2004). Women & Internet: Croatian Perspective. Zagreb, Croatia.

Millar, Melanie Stewart. (1998). Cracking the Gender Code: Who Rules the Wired World? Toronto: Second Story Press.

Morahan-Martin, Janet. (ed.). (2001). Women and the Internet. A special issue (Vol. 3, No. 5 [October]) of CyberPsychology and Behavior.

Morgan, K. et al. (eds.). (2004). Human Perspectives in the Internet Society: Culture, Psychology, and Gender. Southampton, U.K.:WIT Press.

Napier, JoAnn et al. (eds.). (2000). Technology with Curves: Women Reshaping the Digital Landscape. HarperCollins Canada.

Newitz, Annalee, and Charlie Anders. (eds.). (2006). She’s Such a Geek! Women Write about Science, Technology, and Other Nerdy Stuff. Emeryville, CA: Seal Press.

Ng, Cecilia, and Swasti Mitter. (eds.). (2004). Gender in the Information Society. A special issue (8:1) of Gender, Technology, and Development. New Delhi, India: Sage Publications India Pvt. Ltd.

Ng, Cecilia, and Swasti Mitter. (eds.). (2005). Gender and the Digital Economy: Perspectives from the Developing World. London: Sage Publications Pvt., Ltd.

O’Farrell, Mary Ann, and Lynne Vallone. (eds.). (2000). Virtual Gender: Fantasies of Subjectivity and Embodiment. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Orzack, M. H., A. C. Voluse, D. Wolf, and J. Hennen. (2006). An Ongoing Study of Group Treatment for Men Involved in Problematic Internet-Enabled Sexual Behavior. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 9(3): 348-360.

Paasonen, Susanna. (2002). Figures of Fantasy: Women, Cyberdiscourse and the Popular Internet. Turku, Finland: Annales Universitatis Turkuensis, Series B, No 252.

Perry, Millicent. (2005). Fe-mails: eCelebrating Women One Click at a Time. Lincoln, NE: iUniverse.

Quinby, Lee. (ed.). (2001). Women Confronting the New Technologies. A special issue (vol. XXIX, no. 3-4 [Fall/Winter]) of Women’s Studies Quarterly.

Quinn, James F., and Craig J. Forsyth. (2005). Describing Sexual Behavior in the Era of the Internet: A Typology for Empirical Research. Deviant Behavior, 26, 3, May-June, 191-207.

Rathgeber, Eva, and Edith Ofwona Adera. (eds.). (2000). Gender and the Information Revolution in Africa. Ottawa, CA: International Development Research Centre.

Rommes, Els. (2001). Gender Scripts and the Internet: The Design and Use of Amsterdam’s Digital City. Enschede, The Netherlands: University of Twente.

Ross, Michael W. (2005). Typing, Doing, and Being: Sexuality and the Internet. Journal of Sex Research, November, Vol. 42, Iss. 4.

Rubin, Andee, and Nicola Yelland. (2002). Ghosts in the Machine: Women’s Voices in Research with Technology. New York: Peter Lang.

Schaap, Frank. (2002). The Words That Took Us There: Gender on the Internet. Somerset, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

Scott, V. M., K. E. Mottarella, and M. J. Lavooy. (2006). Does Virtual Intimacy Exist? A Brief Exploration intReported Levels of Intimacy in Online Relationships. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 9(6): 759-761.

Scott-Dixon, Krista. (2004). Doing IT: Women Working in Information Technology. Toronto, CA: Sumach Press.

Semans, Anne, and Cathy Winks. (1999). The Woman’s Guide to Sex on the Web. San Francisco: Harper.

Shade, Leslie Regan. (2002). Gender and Community in the Social Construction of the Internet. New York: Peter Lang.

Sharma, Usha. (2003). Women Empowerment Through Information Technology. New Delhi, India: Authors Press.

Sherman, Aliza. (1998). Cybergrrl!: A Woman’s Guide to the World Wide Web. New York: Ballantine.

Sherman, Aliza. (2001). Cybergrrl@Work: Tips and Inspiration for the Professional You. New York: Berkley Publishing Group.

Shim, J. W., S. Lee, and B. Paul. (2007). Who Responds to Unsolicited Sexually Explicit Materials on the Internet? The Role of Individual Differences. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 10(1): 71-79.

Smith, Marc A., and Peter Kollock. (eds.). (1999). Communities in Cyberspace. London: Routledge. (Includes essay by Jodi O’Brien on gender issues.)

Sudweeks, Fay, Margaret McLaughlin, and Sheizaf Rafaeli. (eds.). (1998). Network & Netplay: Virtual Groups on the Internet. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI Press. (Includes an essay by Diane Witmer and Sandra Katzman on gender issues).

Suzuki, L. K., and J. P. Calzo. (2004). The search for peer advice in cyberspace: An examination of online teen bulletin boards about health and sexuality. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 25(6): 685-698.

Sweetman, Caroline. (ed.). (1999). Gender and Technology. Oxford: Oxfam Publications.

Thom, Mary. (2001). Balancing the Equation: Where are Women and Girls in Science, Engineering and Technology? New York: National Council For Research on Women.

Thomas, Sue. (2004). Hello World: Travels in Virtuality. York, UK: Raw Nerve Books.

Trauth, Eileen M. (ed.). (2006). Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology, 2 vols. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Reference.

Turner, Eva, ed. (2005). Women in Computing. Special issue of the Journal of Information, Communication, and Ethics in Society, vol 3, issue 4.

Vitanza, Victor J. (ed.). (1999). CyberReader. 2nd ed. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. (Includes a section entitled “Sexual Politics” with seven essays.)

Wajcman, Judy. (2004). TechnoFeminism. Williston, VT: Blackwell Publishing, 2004.

Wallace, Patricia. (1999). The Psychology of the Internet. New York: Cambridge Univ. Press. (Includes a chapter on Gender Issues on the Net)

Warnick, Barbara. (2002). Critical Literacy in a Digital Era: Technology, Rhetoric, and the Public Interest. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. (Two chapters deal in whole or in part with gender.)

Waugh, Barbara et al. (2001). The Soul in the Computer: The Story of a Corporate Revolutionary. Makawao, Hawaii: Inner Ocean Publishing.

Whitty, M. T. (2003). Pusing the Wrong Buttons: Men’s and Women’s Attitudes towards Online and Offline Infidelity. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 6(6): 569-579.

Wolmark, Jenny. (ed.). (1999). Cybersexualities: A Reader on Feminist Theory, Cyborgs and Cyberspace. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Wood, M. Sandra, and Janet M. Coggan. (eds.). (2000). Women’s Health on the Internet. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

Wyatt, Sally et al. (2001). Technology and In/equality: Questioning the Information Society. New York: Routledge.

Wyer, Mary et al. (2001). Women, Science, and Technology: A Reader in Feminist Science Studies. New York: Routledge.

Wyer, Mary, and Alison Adam. (eds.). (1999-2000) Gender and Computer Technologies. A special issue (Winter) of IEEE Technology & Society Magazine.

 


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f) Men's fashion and clothing

Ahmed, S. M. F. (2006). Making Beautiful: Male Workers in Beauty Parlors. Men and Masculinities, 9(2): 168-185.

Boroughs, M., G. Cafri, and J. K. Thompson. (2005). Male Body Depilation: Prevalence and Associated Features of Body Hair Removal. Sex Roles, 52(9-10): 637-644.

Boscagli, Maurizia. (1996). Eye on the Flesh: Fashions of Masculinity in the Early Twentieth Century. Westview Press.

Breward, Christopher. (2001). Fashioning Masculinity: Men’s Footwear and Modernity. pp. 116-134; IN: Shari Benstock and Suzanne Ferriss. (eds.). Foot on Shoes. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press.

Bunkin, Helen, and Randall Williams. (2000). Beards, Beards, Beards! Green Street Press.

Cash, Thomas F. (1990). Losing Hair, Losing Points? The Effects of Male Pattern Baldness on Social Impression Formation. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 20(2).

Chenoune, Farid. (year?). A History of Men’s Fashion.

De Buzzaccarini, Vittoria. (1997). Men’s Coats. (Twentieth Century-Histories of Fashion Series).

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.

Folledore, Giuliano. (1997). Men’s Hats. (Twentieth Century Histories of Fashion Series).

Frith, Hannah, and Kate Gleeson. (2004). Clothing and Embodiment: Men Managing Body Image and Appearance. Psychology of Men & Masculinity. 5(1):40-48, January.

Galilee, John. (2002). Class Consumption: Understanding Middle-Class Young Men and their Fashion Choices. Men and Masculinities, 5(1), July.

Hayward, Catherine, and Bill Dunn. (2001). Man About Town: The Changing Face of the Modern Male. Hamlyn

Honeyman, Katrina. (2002). Following Suit: Men, Masculinity and Gendered Practices in the Clothing Trade in Leeds, England, 1890-1940. Gender & History, Volume 14 Issue 3, pp. 426-446, Nov.

Kingwell M. (2000). Being Dandy: A Sort of Manifesto (Clothing, uniforms, fashion, gender, culture, masculinity). Queen’s Quarterly. 107(3):328-352, Fall.

Kuchta, David. (1990). ‘Graceful, Virile, and Useful:’ The Origins of the Three-Piece Suit. Dress: The Journal of the Costume Society of America.

Kuchta, David. (1993). The Semiotics of Masculinity in Renaissance England. In Sexuality and Gender in Early Modern Europe: Institutions, Texts, Images, ed. James Turner (Cambridge University Press).

Kuchta, David. (1996). The Making of the Self-Made Man: Class, Clothing, and English Masculinity, 1688-1832. In The Sex of Things: Gender and Consumption in Historical Perspective, ed. Victoria de Grazia (University of California Press).

Kuchta, David. (2002). The Three-Piece Suit and Modern Masculinity: England, 1550-1850. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Luciano, Lynne. (2001). Looking Good: Male Body Image in Modern America. Hill & Wang Publishing.

Malossi, Giannino. (ed). (2000). Material Man: Masculinity Sexuality Style. Harry N Abrams.

Martin, Richard, and Harold Koda. (year?). Jocks and Nerds: Men’s Style in the Twentieth Century. Rizzoli.

Mosher, Jerry. (2001). Setting free the bears: refiguring fat man on television. In Bodies Out of Bounds: Fatness and Transgression, edited by Jana Evans Braziel and Kathleen LeBesco, pp. 166-193. University of California Press, Berkeley.

Peacock, John. (1996). Men’s Fashion: The Complete Sourcebook.

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g) Gender, fashion and beauty

Allman, Jean. (ed.). (year?). Fashioning Africa: Power and the Politics of Dress.

Banerjee, Mukulika, and Daniel Miller. (year?). The Sari.

Barnes, Ruth. (1991). Dress and Gender: Making and meaning.

Black, Paula, and Ursula Sharma. (2001). Men are real, women are ‘made up’: Beauty therapy and the construction of femininity. Sociological Review, 49(1), February.

Bland, Lucy, Lyn Thomas, Merl Storr, Nirmal Puwar, and Rita Rupal. (eds.). (2002). Fashion and Beauty, Special issue of Feminist Review, 2002, Volume 71, Number 1. Palgrave.

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Bovey, Shelley. (1994). Forbidden Body: Why being fat is not a sin. Pandora.

Braun, V. (2005). In Search of (Better) Sexual Pleasure: Female Genital ‘Cosmetic’ Surgery. Sexualities, 8(4): 407-424.

Breward, Christopher. (1999). The Hidden Consumer: Masculinities, Fashion and City Life 1860-1914. Manchester University Press.

Burkitt, Ian (2008). Theories of Self and Society. Second Edition. Sage.

Chancer, Lynn. (1998). Reconcilable Differences: Confronting Beauty, Pornography, and the Future of Feminism. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Cooke, Kaz. (1994). Real Gorgeous. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Corrigan, Peter. (2008). The Dressed Society: Clothing, the Body and Some Meanings of the World. Sage.

Corrigan, Peter. (2008). The Dressed Society: Clothing, the Body and Some Meanings of the World. Sage.

Cunningham, Michael, and Craig Marberry. (year?). Crowns: Portraits of Black Women in Church Hats.

Dalby, Liza. (year?). Kimono: Fashioning Culture.

Davis, Kathy. (1995). Reshaping the Female Body: The Dilemma of Cosmetic Surgery. New York: Routledge.

Davis, Kathy. (1997). ‘My body is my art’: Cosmetic surgery as feminist utopia?. European Journal of Women’s Studies, Volume 4 Issue 1, February.

Davis, Kathy. (2002). ‘A dubious equality’: Men, women and cosmetic surgery. Body & Society, 8(1), pp. 49-65.

Davis, Kathy. (ed). (1997). Embodied Practices: Feminist Perspectives on the Body. London: Sage.

Dull, Diana, and Candace West. (1991). Accounting for cosmetic surgery: The accomplishment of gender. Social Problems, 38(1), pp. 54-70.

Dutton, Kenneth. (1995). The Perfectible Body: The Western Ideal of Physical Development. London: Cassell.

Entwistle, Joanne. (2000). The Fashioned Body: Fashion, Dress and Modern Social Theory. Polity Press.

Evans, Caroline, and Minna Thornton. (1989). Women and Fashion: A new look. London & New York: Quartet.

Feminist Theory, August 2006, Volume 7, No. 2;
Claire Colebrook / Introduction.
Janet Wolff / Groundless beauty: feminism and the aesthetics of uncertainty.
Maxine Leeds Craig / Race, beauty, and the tangled knot of a guilty pleasure.
Ruth Holliday and Jacqueline Sanchez Taylor / Aesthetic surgery as false beauty.
Liz Conor / ‘This striking ornament of nature’: The ‘native belle’ in the Australian colonial scene.
Llewellyn Negrin / Ornament and the feminine.
Maggie Humm / Beauty and Woolf.
Sarah Banet-Weiser and Laura Portwood-Stacer / ‘I just want to be me again!’: Beauty pageants, reality television and post-feminism.
Rita Felski / ‘Because it is beautiful’: new feminist perspectives on beauty.

Finkelstein, Joanne. (1995). After a Fashion. Melbourne University Press.

Fraser, Suzanne. (2003). ‘Woman-made women’: Mobilisations of nature in feminist accounts of cosmetic surgery. Hecate, v.27 no.2, 2001: 115-132.

Fraser, Suzanne. (2003). The Agent Within: Agency Repertoires in Medical Discourse on Cosmetic Surgery. Australian Feminist Studies. 18(40), March.

Gagne, Patricia, and Deanna McGaughey. (2002). Designing women: Cultural hegemony and the exercise of power among women who have undergone elective mammoplasty. Gender & Society 16(6), December, pp. 814-838.

Gillespie, R. (1996). Women, the body and brand extension in medicine: Cosmetic surgery and the paradox of choice. Women’s Health, 24(4), pp. 69-85.

Gilman, Sander L. (1999). Making the Body Beautiful: A cultural history of aesthetic surgery. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Gimlin, Debra. (2002). Bodywork: Beauty and self-image in American culture. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Glynn, Prudence. (1982). Skin to Skin: Eroticism in Dress.

Green, Fiona J. (2005). From clitoridectomies to ‘designer vaginas’: The medical construction of heteronormative female bodies and sexuality through female genital cutting. Sexualities, Evolution & Gender, Volume 7 Number 2, August.

Haiken, Elizabeth. (1997). Venus Envy: A history of cosmetic surgery. Baltimore, MD & London: John Hopkins University Press.

Hobson, Janell. (2005). Venus in the Dark: Blackness and Beauty in Popular Culture. Routledge.

Hollander, Anne. (1994). Sex and Suits: The Evolution of Modern Dress. New York: Kodansha.

Jeffreys, S. (2005). Beauty and Misogyny: Harmful cultural practices in the West. London: Routledge.
Introduction.
1. The “grip of culture on the body”: Beauty practices as women’s agency or women’s subordination.
2. Harmful cultural practices and western culture.
3. Transfemininity: “Dressed” men reveal the naked reality of male power.
4. Pornochic: Prostitution constructs beauty.
5. Fashion and misogyny.
6. Making up is hard to do.
7. Men’s foot and shoe fetishism and the disabling of women.
8. Cutting up women: Beauty practices as self-mutilation by proxy.
Conclusion: A culture of resistance.

Lakoff and Scherr. Face Value: The Politics of Beauty.

Lurie, Alison. (1981). The Language of Clothes.

Marshment, Margaret. (1997). The Picture is Political: Representation of Women in Contemporary Popular Culture. In Richardson, Diane and Victoria Robinson. (eds.). (1997). Introducing Women’s Studies: Feminist Theory and Practice. (2nd edition) Macmillan.

McDowell, Colin. (1992). Dressed to Kill: Sex, Power and Clothes. London: Hutchison.

Medical Journal of Australia. (2002), Vol. 176, 17 June. Includes;
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Using “anti-ageing” to market cosmetic surgery: Just good business, or another wrinkle on the face of medical practice? / Anne L. Ring.
Does cosmetic surgery improve psychosocial wellbeing? / David J. Castle et al.

Merskin, Debra. (2004). Reviving Lolita? A Media Literacy Examination of Sexual Portrayals of Girls in Fashion Advertising. American Behavioral Scientist, September; 48: 119-129.

Morgan, Kathryn P. (1991). Women and the Knife: Cosmetic Surgery and the Colonization of Women’s Bodies. Hypatia, 6(3), Fall.

Negrin, Llewellyn. (2002). Cosmetic surgery and the eclipse of identity. Body & Society, 8(4), pp. 21-42.

Newman, Lesley. (1991). Some Body to Love: A Guide to Loving The Body You Have. Third Side Press.

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Parasecoli, F. (2007). Bootylicious: Food And The Female Body In Contemporary Black Pop Culture. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 35(1/2): 110.

Parker, Lisa S. (1997). Beauty and Breast Implantation: How Candidate Selection Affects Autonomy and Informed Consent. In DiQuinzio, Patrice and Iris Marion Young. (eds.). Feminist Ethics and Social Policy. Bloomington: Indiana University Press

Rogers, Mary F. (1998). Barbie Culture. Sage.

Shirazi, Faegheh. (year?). The Veil Unveiled: The Hijab in Modern Culture.

Tebbel, Cyndi. (2000). The Body Snatchers: How the Media Shapes Women. Sydney: Finch Publishing.

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Urla, Jacqueline, and Alan C. Swedlund. (1995). The Anthropometry of Barbie: Unsettling Ideals of the Feminine Body in Popular Culture. In Jennifer Terry and Jacqueline Urla, (eds.). Deviant Bodies: Critical Perspectives on Difference in Science and Popular Culture. Bloomington & Indianopolis: Indiana University Press.

Walter, Natasha. (1998). Let boys wear pink. Chapter 5 in The New Feminism. London: Little, Brown

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Wilson, Tamar D. (2002). Pharaonic Circumcision Under Patriarchy and Breast Augmentation Under Phallocentric Capitalism: Similarities and differences. Violence Against Women, 8(4), April.

Wolf, Naomi. (1991). The Beauty Myth. New York: Doubleday.


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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

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