17. Work and Class

(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/)

a) Men, Work and Class

Note: See below for references on men’s involvement in domestic work in particular. For further references focused on men’s involvement in traditionally female occupations, see “Male teachers and male childcare workers” under “Growing up male”.

 

-. (1977). Various pieces in “Working Class Men”, In Snodgrass, Jon. (ed.). A Book of Readings: For Men Against Sexism, Albion CA: Times Change Press

-. (1992). Various pieces in “Men and Work.” Part 4 of Kimmel, Michael and Messner, Michael. (eds.). Men’s Lives. New York/Toronto: Macmillan/Maxwell (2nd edition)

Aaltio-Marjosola, Iiris, and Jyri Lehtinen. (1998). Male Managers as Fathers? Contrasting management, fatherhood, and masculinity. Human Relations, 51(2).

Abrahamsen, Bente. (2004). Career development and masculinities among male nurses. Nora: Nordic Journal of Women’s Studies. Volume 12, Number 1, April, pp. 31-39.

Achilles Heel. (1996). Special Issue: Men and Work, No. 20, Spring/Summer

Adas, M. (1989). Machines as the Measure of Men: Science, Technology, and Ideologies of Western Dominance. Ithaca, NY, Cornell University Press.

Adler, Christine. (1991). Explaining Violence: Socioeconomics and Masculinity. In Chappell, D., Grabosky, P. and Strang, H. (eds.). (1991). Australian Violence: Contemporary Perspectives, Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Allison, Anne. (1993). Nightwork: Sexuality and Corporate Masculinity in a Tokyo Hostess Club. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Alvesson, M. (1998). Gender Relations and Identity at Work: A Case Study of Masculinities and Femininities in an Advertising Agency. Human Relations, 51(8): 969-1005.

Anderson, E. (2005). Orthodox and inclusive masculinity: Competing masculinities among heterosexual men in a feminized terrain. Sociological Perspectives, 48(3): 337-355.

Arber, S., and N. Gilbert. (1989). Men: The Forgotten Carers. Sociology, 23(1), pp. 111-118.

Arrighi, Barbara A., and David J. Maume. (2000). Workplace Subordination and Men’s Avoidance of Housework. Journal of Family Issues, 21, pp. 464-487.

Ashcraft, K. L. (2005). Resistance Through Consent?: Occupational Identity, Organizational Form, and the Maintenance of Masculinity Among Commercial Airline Pilots. Management Communication Quarterly, 19(1): 67-90.

Ashwin S., and T. Lytkina. (2004). Men in Crisis in Russia: The Role of Domestic Marginalization. Gender & Society, April, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 189-206.

Bagilhole, Barbara, and Simon Cross. (2006). ‘It Never Struck Me as Female’: Investigating Men’s Entry into Female-dominated Occupations. Journal of Gender Studies, Volume 15, Number 1, March, pp. 35-48.

Barkley, T.W. Jr., and P.A. Kohler. (1992). Is Nursing’s Image a Deterrent to Recruiting Men Into the Profession? Male High School Students Respond. Nursing Forum, 27(2), April-June, pp. 9-14.

Barrett, Donald C. (2000). Masculinity Among Working-Class Gay Males. In Nardi, Peter M. (ed.). Gay Masculinities. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications (Research on Men and Masculinities Series).

Bastalich, W., S. Franzway, J. Gill, J. Mills, and R. Sharp. (2007). Disrupting Masculinities: Women Engineers and Engineering Workplace Culture. Australian Feminist Studies, 22(54): 385 - 400.

Beaton, Ann M., Francine Tougas, and Stephane Joly. (1996). Neosexism Among Male Managers: Is It a Matter of Numbers?. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 26(24) .

Beckwith, K. (2001). Gender Frames and Collective Action: Configurations of Masculinity in the Pittston Coal Strike. Politics Society, 29(2): 297-330.

Bengry-Howell, A., and C. Griffin. (2007). Self-made Motormen: The Material Construction of Working-class Masculine Identities through Car Modification. Journal of Youth Studies, 10(4): 439 - 458.

Berger, M., and L. Wright. (year?) Divided Allegiance: Men, Work and Family Life. The Counselling Psychologist, 7(4).

Biddulph, Steve. (1994). Finding a Job with Heart. Chapter 8 in Manhood: A Book About Setting Men Free. Sydney: Finch Publishing

Bowman, D. (2007). Men’s business: Negotiating entrepreneurial business and family life. Journal of Sociology, 43(4): 385-400.

Boyle, Colm. (1994). A Midwife’s Tale. (Being the first male midwife) Irish Reporter, Special Issue: The Irish Male, No. 14.

Boyle, M.V. (2002). “Sailing twixt Scylla and Charybdis”: Negotiating multiple organisational masculinities. Women in Management Review, 11 June, vol. 17, no. 3-4, pp. 131-141.

Brandth, Berit, and Elin Kvande. (2002 Reflexive Fathers: Negotiating parental leave and working life. Gender, Work and Organization, 9(2), April.

Brod, Harry. (1983-1984). Work Clothes and Leisure Suits: The Class Basis and Bias of the Men’s Movement. M: Gentle Men for Gender Justice, 11, pp. 10-12, 38-40.

Broomhill, Ray, and Rhonda Sharp. (2005). The changing male breadwinner model in Australia: A new gender order? Labour and Industry, v.16, no.1, Aug: (103)-127.

Bruni, A. (2006). ‘Have you got a boyfriend or are you single?’: On the importance of being ‘straight’ in organizational research. Gender Work and Organization, 13(3): 299-316.

Budig, Michelle J. (2002). Male Advantage and the Gender Composition of Jobs: Who rides the glass escalator? Social Problems, 49(2), May.

Cameron, Claire et.al. (1999). Men in the Nursery: Gender and Caring Work. Paul Chapman Publishing.

Cameron, Claire. (2001). Promise or Problem? A Review of the Literature on Men Working in Early Childhood Services. Gender, Work and Organisation, 8(4): pp. 430-453.

Canaan, Joyce E. (1991). Is ‘Doing Nothing’ Just Boys’ Play? Integrating feminist and cultural studies perspectives on working-class young men’s masculinity. In Franklin, Sarah, Lury, Celia and Stacey, Jackie. (eds.). Off-Centre: Feminism and Cultural Studies. London: HarperCollins.

Canaan, Joyce E. (1996). ‘One Thing Leads to Another’: Drinking, Fighting and Working-Class Masculinities. In Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin. (ed.). Understanding Masculinities: Social Relations and Cultural Arenas. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press

Catano, J. V. (2003). Labored Language: Anxiety and Sadomasochism in Steel-industry Tales of Masculinity. Men and Masculinities, 6(1): 3-30.

Catano, James V. (2001). Ragged Dicks: Masculinity, Steel, and the Rhetoric of the Self-Made Man. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.

Catano, James V. (2003). Labored Language: Anxiety and Sadomasochism in Steel-Industry Myths and Masculinity. Men and Masculinities, 6(1), July.

Cazenave, N. A., and G. H. Leon. (1987). Men’s Work and Family Roles and Characteristics: Race, Gender, and Class Perceptions of College Students. In Kimmel, Michael. (ed.). Changing Men: New Directions in Research on Men and Masculinity. New York: Sage

Chalmers, Lee V. (2001). Marketing Masculinities: Gender and Management Politics in Marketing Work. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.
Pt. I. Gender and Management.
Pt. II. Marketing, Masculinity, and Management Politics.
1. Gendering Work.
2. Putting the Man into Management.
3. Who Delivers the Goods? The Entrepreneurial Man and the Marketing Man in Computer Systems.
4. Getting the Best of Both Worlds: The Practical Man and the Marketing Man in Equipment Manufacturing.
5. Paternalism Confronts Prowess: The Insurance Man and the Marketing Man.

Cheng, Cliff. (ed.). (1996). Masculinities in Organizations. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Contents;
Series Editor’s Introduction / Michael Kimmel.
Men and Masculinities Are Not Necessarily Synonymous: Thoughts on Organizational Behavior and Occupational Sociology / Cliff Cheng.
PART ONE: Occupational and Organizational Hegemonic Masculinity
Rambo Litigators: Emotional Labor in a Male-Dominated Occupation / Jennifer Pierce.
Managing to Kill: Masculinities and the Space Shuttle Challenger Explosion / James W. Messerschmidt.
The Last Bastion of Masculinity: Gender Politics at The Citadel / Judi Addelston and Michael Stirratt.
PART TWO: Sex Segregation, Homosociality, and Hegemonic Masculinity
The Occupational Masculinity of Computing / Rosemary Wright.
Stand by Your Man: Homosociality, Work Groups, and Men’s Perceptions of Difference / Amy Wharton and Sharon Bird.
Hegemonic Masculinity among the Elite: Power, Identity, and Homophily in Social Networks / Martin Kilduff and Ajay Mehra.
PART THREE: Marginalized Masculinities
Selves in Bunkers: Organizational Consequences of Failing to Verify Alternative Masculinities / Laurie Telford.
Unwrapping Euro-American Masculinity in a Japanese Multinational Corporation / Tomoko Hamada.
‘We Choose Not to Compete’: The ‘Merit’ Discourse in the Selection Process, and Asian and Asian-American Men and Their Masculinity / Cliff Cheng.

Christie, Alastair. (1998). Is social work a non-traditional occupation for men? British Journal of Social Work, 28(4), pp. 491-510.

Christie, Alastair. (ed.). (2001). Men and Social Work: Theories and Practices. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Clatterbaugh, Kenneth. (1990). A Matter of Class: Socialist Men. In Contemporary Perspectives on Masculinity: Men, Women, and Politics in Modern Society, Colarado & Oxford: Westview Press

Cockburn, Cynthia. (1983). Brothers: Male Dominance and Technological Change. London: Pluto Press.

Cockburn, Cynthia. (1991). In the Way of Women: Men’s Resistance to Sex Equality in Organisations. London: Macmillan.

Collinson, D. L. (1992). Managing the Shop Floor: Subjectivity, Masculinity, and Workplace Culture: Walter de Gruyter Inc.

Collinson, David L. (1988). Engineering Humour: Masculinity, Joking and Conflict in Shop-floor Relations. Organisation Studies, 9(2).

Collinson, David L. (1992). Managing the Shop-Floor: Subjectivity, Masculinity and Workplace Culture. De Gruyter, Walter.

Collinson, David L., and Jeff Hearn. (1995). Naming Men as Men: Implications for Work, Organization and Management. Gender, Work and Organization, 1(1), pp. 2-22.

Collinson, David L., and Jeff Hearn. (1996). ‘Men’ at ‘work’: Multiple Masculinities/Multiple Workplaces. In Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin. (ed.). Understanding Masculinities: Social Relations and Cultural Arenas. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press

Collinson, David L., and Jeff Hearn. (2005). Men and Masculinities in Work, Organizations, and Management. In The Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Michael Kimmel, Jeff Hearn, and R.W. Connell. (eds.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Collinson, David L., and Jeff Hearn. (eds.). (1996). Men as Managers, Managers as Men: Critical Perspectives on Men, Masculinities and Managements. London: Sage.

Connell, R W. (2005). A really good husband: Work/life balance, gender equity and social change. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 40(3), Spring: 369-383.

Connell, R. W. (2005). A really good husband - Work/life balance, gender equity and social change. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 40(3): 369-383.

Connell, R. W. (2005). Globalization and Business Masculinities. Men and Masculinities, 7(4): 347-364

Connell, R.W. (1991). Live Fast and Die Young: The Construction of Masculinity among Young Working-Class Men on the Margin of the Labour Market. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 27(2), August

Connell, R.W. (1998). Masculinities and Globalization. Men and Masculinities, 1(1), July

Connell, R.W. (2000). Masculinities and Globalization. Chapter 3. Globalization and Men’s Bodies. Chapter 4, in The Men and the Boys. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Connell, R.W. (2002). Masculinities and Globalisation. Chapter 1 in Heather Worth, Anna Paris, and Louisa Allen. (eds.). The Life of Brian: Masculinities, Sexualities and Health in New Zealand. Dunedin: University of Otago Press.

Connell, R.W., and Julian Wood. (2005). Globalization and Business Masculinities. Men and Masculinities, 7(4), April, pp. 347-364.

Cooper, Marianne. (2000). Being the “Go-To Guy”: Fatherhood, Masculinity, and the Organization of Work in Silicon Valley. Qualitative Sociology, 2000, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 379-405.

Cooper, Mick, and Peter Baker. (1996). Work: The Fulfilled Man. Chapter 7 in The MANual: The Complete Man’s Guide to Life. London: Thorsons

Cross, Simon, and Barbara Bagilhole. (2002). Girls’ Jobs for the Boys? Men, Masculinity and Non-Traditional Occupations. Gender, Work and Organization, April, vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 204-226.

Dasgupta, Romit. (2000). Performing Masculinities? The ‘Salaryman’ at Work and Play. Japanese Studies, 20 no. 2, 189-200.

Davies, Annette, and Robyn Thomas. (2003). Talking Cop: Discourses of Change and Policing Identities. Public Administration, Volume 81, Issue 4, pp. 681-699, December.

Davis, Clark. (2001). The Corporate Reconstruction of Middle-Class Manhood. pp. 201-216; IN: Bledstein, Burton J. and Johnston, Robert Ds. (eds.). The Middling Sorts: Explorations in the History of the American Middle Class; New York: Routledge.

Dellinger, Kirsten. (2004). Masculinities in “Safe” and “Embattled” Organizations: Accounting for Pornographic and Feminist Magazines. Gender & Society, Vol. 18 No. 5, October, pp. 545-566.

Dencker, Berit Elisabeth. (2002). Class and the Construction of the 19th Century German Male Body. Journal of Historical Sociology, 15(2), June.

Deutschendorf, Harvey. (1996). Of Work and Men: How Men Can Become More Than Their Careers. Fairview Press.

Dittes, James E. (1987). When Work Goes Sour: A Male Perspective. Philadelphia: Westminster Press.

Dittes, James E. (1996). Men at Work: Life Beyond the Office. Westminster John Knox Press.

Dominelli, Lena, and Tim Gollins. (1997). Men, Power and Caring Relationships. Sociological Review, 45(3), August.

Donaldson, Mike, and Scott Poynting. (2004). Time of Their Lives: What Do Ruling Class Men Do? In N. Hollier (ed). The Power, Privilege and Politics of the New Ruling Class, Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne, pp.127-153.

Donaldson, Mike, and Scott Poynting. (2007). Ruling Class Men: Money, Sex, Power. Bern, Berlin, New York: Oxford.

Donaldson, Mike. (1987). Labouring Men: Love, Sex and Strife. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 23(2), July (Also published as Chapter 1 in Donaldson, Mike. (1991). Time of Our Lives: Labour and Love in the Working Class, North Sydney: Allen & Unwin)

Donaldson, Mike. (1991). Time of Our Lives: Labour and Love in the Working Class. North Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Donaldson, Mike. (1991). What is Hegemonic Masculinity? Reflecting on Connell. Paper to Conference on Research on Masculinity and Men in Gender Relations, Macquarie University, June

Donaldson, Mike. (1997). Researching Ruling Class Men: Biography, Autobiography, Life History. Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 2(1), pp. 93-104.

Donaldson, Mike. (1998). Growing Up Very Rich: The Masculinity of the Hegemonic. Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 3(2), December.

Doyle, James A. (1989). Of Large Offices, Fat Paychecks, and Other Perks: The Success Element. In The Male Experience. (2nd edition) Iowa: W.M.C. Brown

Easlea, Brian. (1987). Patriarchy, Scientists, and Nuclear Warriors. In Kaufman, Michael. (ed.). Beyond Patriarchy: Essays by Men on Pleasure, Power and Change. New York: Oxford University Press

Edley, Nigel, and Margaret Wetherell. (1995). Masculinity and Social Relations. Chapter 4 in Men in Perspective: Practice, Power and Identity. London: Prentice-Hall

Elmoos, Laila. (1999). The Deep Sea and the Shallow Water: Masculinity, Mateship and Work Practices on Sydney’s Waterfront in the 1950s. In Playing The Man: New Approaches to Masculinity. Eds. Katherine Biber, Tom Sear, and Dave Trudinger. Sydney: Pluto Press.

Eriksson-Zetterquist, Ulla, and David Knights. (2004). Stories about men implementing and resisting new technologies. New Technology, Work and Employment, Volume 19, Issue 3, pp. 192-206, November.

Ervo, Soren, and Thomas Johansson. (eds.). (2003). Among Men: Moulding Masculinities, Volume One. Hants, England: Aldershot.
Includes;
2. Men, Gender and the State / R.W. Connell.
3. A Theory of Gender, Patriarchy and Capitalism / Oystein Gullvag Holter.
4. The Emancipation from Gender: A critique of the utopias of postmodern gender theory / Mikael Carleheden.
5. Beautiful Men, Fine Women and Good Work People: Gender and skill in Northern Sweden 1850-1950 / Ella Johansson.
9. Technology and Masculinity: Men and their machines / Ulf Mellstrom.

Evans, Joan A. (1997). Men in Nursing: Issues of gender segregation and hidden advantage. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 26, pp. 226-231.

Evans, Joan A. (2002). Cautious caregivers: Gender stereotypes and the sexualization of men nurses’ touch. Journal of Advanced Nursing, Volume 40, Issue 4, pp. 441-448, November.

Evans, Joan A. (2004). Men nurses: A historical and feminist perspective. Journal of Advanced Nursing, Volume 47 Issue 3, pp. 321-328, August.

Evans, Joan, and Blye Frank. (2003). Contradictions and Tensions: Exploring Relations of Masculinities in the Numerically Female-Dominated Nursing Profession. Journal of Men’s Studies, 11(3), Spring.

Faludi, Susan. (1999). Nothing But Big Work. Chapter Two in Stiffed: The Betrayal of the American Man, William Morrow & Company.

Fanning, Patrick, and Matthew McKay. (1993). Being Useful: Finding Meaningful Work. Chapter 5 in Being a Man: A Guide to the New Masculinity, Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications

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

Flood, Michael, and Bob Pease. (2006). Undoing Men’s Privilege and Advancing Gender Equality in Public Sector Institutions. Policy and Society, 24(4): 119-138.

Frank, Blye. (1987). Hegemonic Heterosexual Masculinity. Studies in Political Economy, 24, Autumn

French, Kate. (1995). Men and Locations of Power: Why move over? In Gender, Culture and Organisational Change: Putting Theory Into Practice, ed. Catherine Itzin and Janet Newman. London: Routledge.

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

Gaylin, Willard. (1992). Work: Man as Provider. Chapter 8 in The Male Ego. New York: Penguin

Gerson, Kathleen. (1993). No Man’s Land: Men’s Changing Commitments to Family and Work. New York: Basic Books.

Gilding, Michael. (1994). Gender Roles in Contemporary Australia. In Hughes, Kate Pritchard. (ed.). Contemporary Australian Feminism. Melbourne: Longman Chesire.

Glenday, Daniel. (1998). ‘Even a Woman Can Do This Job Now’: Reflections on Technological Change and Male Subcultures in the Modern Factory. Journal of Men’s Studies, 6(3), Spring

Goldspink, C., and D. Whitehead. (1986). Organisational Structures and How They Affect Men. In Linking Men’s Services: A Conference on Men’s Issues and services in South Australia, Conference Proceedings, Noarlunga Centre

Goodwin, John. (1999). Men’s Work and Male Lives: Men and work in Britain. Brookfield, Vt.: Ashgate.
Contents;
1. The Sociological Gender Critique 2. Linking Men and Paid Employment 3. Men, Work and Employment in Britain 4. Researching Men: Outlining a Quantitative Case Study of Men 5. Men and Employment in the National Child Development Study 6. Men, Work and Gender Role Attitudes 7. Men and Work Related Training 8. Men, Households and Private Work 9. Psychological Health and Men’s Work 10. Conclusion: Moving Male Work Further?.

Goodwin, John. (2002). Irish Men and Work in North-County Dublin. Journal of Gender Studies, Volume 11 Number 2, July.

Gould, R. (1974). Measuring Masculinity by the Size of a Paycheck. In Pleck, J. and Sawyer, J. (eds.). Men and Masculinity, Spectrum

Gray, S. (1987). Sharing the Shop Floor. In Kaufman, Michael. (ed.). Beyond Patriarchy: Essays by Men on Pleasure, Power and Change. New York: Oxford University Press.

Green, M. (2004). Serving class: masculinity and the feminisation of domestic service in Tanzania. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 10(1): 207.

Gupta, Sanjiv. (2006). The Consequences of Maternal Employment During Men’s Childhood for their Adult Housework Performance. Gender & Society, February, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 60-86.

Hallgrimsdottir, H. K., and T. L. Adams. (2004). The Manly Working Man: Nineteenth-Century Manhood and the Challenge of the Knights of Labor. Men and Masculinities, 6(3): 272-290.

Haque, M. M., and K. Kusakabe. (2005). Retrenched Men Workers in Bangladesh: A Crisis of Masculinities? Gender Technology and Development, 9(2): 185-208.

Harvey, Jeffery A., and Catherine E. Hansen. (1999). Gender Role of Male Therapists in Both Professional and Personal Life. Sex Roles, 41(1/2).

Haywood, Chris, and Mairtin Mac an Ghaill. (1996). ‘What About The Boys?’: Regendered Local Labour Markets and the Recomposition of Working-Class Masculinities. British Journal of Education and Work, 9(1).

Hearn, Jeff, Ann Oakley, Jeanette Edwards, and Jennie Popay. (eds.). (1998). Men, Gender Divisions and Welfare. London: Routledge.
Includes;
1. The Welfare of Men? / Jeff Hearn.
4. Are Men Good for the Welfare of Women and Children? / Ann Oakley and Alan S. Rigby.
9. ‘All Jumbled Up’: Employed Women With Unemployed Husbands / David Waddington, Chas Critcher and Bella Dicks.
11. Redundant Men and Overburdened Women: Local Service Providers and the Construction of Gender in Ex-Mining Communities / Bella Dicks, David Waddington and Chas Critcher.

Hecker, S. (2007). Working Construction: Why Working-Class Men Put Themselves - and the Labor Movement- in Harm’s Way. Journal of Men’s Studies, 15(2): 239.

Heikes, E. Joel. (1991). When Men are the Minority: The Case of Men in Nursing. Sociological Quarterly, 32(3), Fall.

Hemstrom, O. (1999). Does the work environment contribute to excess male mortality? Social Science & Medicine, 49(7): 879-894.

Henson, Kevin D. and Jackie Krasas Rogers. (2001). ‘Why Marcia You’ve Changed!’: Male Clerical Temporary Workers Doing Masculinity in a Feminized Occupation. Gender & Society, 15(2), pp. 218-238, April.

Hodgson, Damian. (2003). ‘Taking It Like a Man’: Masculinity, Subjection and Resistance in the Selling of Life Assurance. Gender, Work and Organization, January, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 1-21.

Holmes, Ron. (1998). Breaking the Mould: Men in Early Childhood Services. Community Quarterly, No. 46, June

Hood, Jane C. (ed). (1993). Men, Work, and Family. London: Sage.

Hopton, John. (1999). Militarism, Masculinism and Managerialisation in the British Public Sector. Journal of Gender Studies, 8(1), March, pp. 71-82.

Horowitz, Roger, and Philip B. Scranton. (eds.). (1999). Men and Masculinities, Special Issue: Boys and Their Toys, 2(2), October. Includes;.
Work, Play and Power: Masculine Culture on the Automotive Shop Floor, 1930-1960 / Stephen Meyer.
Rereading Man’s Conquest of Nature: Skill, Myths, and the Historical Construction of Masculinity in Western Extractive Industries / Nancy Quam-Wickham.
‘Building Better Men’: The CCC boy and the Changing Social Ideal of Manliness / Jeffrey Ryan Suzik.
Masculinity, Hierarchy, and the Auto Racing Fraternity: The Pit Stop as a Celebration of Social Roles / Ben A. Shackleford.
Everyday Peter Pans: Work, Manhood, and Consumption in Urban America, 1900-1930 / Woody Register.

Horowitz, Roger. (ed). (2001). Boys and their Toys: Masculinity, Class and Technology in America. (Hagley Center Studies in the History of Business and Technology) Routledge.
Introduction / Roger Horowitz.
1. Work, Play, and Power: Masculine Culture on the Automotive Shop Floor, 1930-1960 / Stephen Meyer.
2. ‘To Make Men out of Crude Material’: Work Culture, Manhood, and Unionism in the Railroad Running Trades, c. 1870-1900 / Paul MichelTaillon.
3. ‘Now That We Have Girls in the Office’: Clerical Work, Masculinity, and the Refashioning of Gender for a Bureaucratic Age / Janet F. Davidson.
4. Rereading Man’s Conquest of Nature: Skill, Myths, and the Historical Construction of Masculinity in Western Extractive Industries / NancyQuam-Wickham.
5. ‘Building Better Men’: The CCC Boy and the Changing Social Ideal of Manliness / Jeffrey Ryan Suzik.
6. Boys and Their Toys: The Fisher Body Craftman’s Guild, 1930-1968, and the Making of a Male Technical Domain / Ruth Oldenziel.
7. Masculine Guidance: Boys, Men, and Newspapers, 1930-1939 / Todd Alexander Postol.
8. Everyday Peter Pans: Work, Manhood, and Consumption in Urban America, 1900-1930 / Woody Register.
9. Masculinity, the Auto Racing Fraternity, and the Technological Sublime: The Pit Stop as a Celebration of Social Roles / Ben A. Shackleford.
10. Rights of Men, Rites of Passage: Hunting and Masculinity at Reo Motors of Lansing, Michigan, 1945-1975 / Lisa Fine.

Iacuone, David. (2005). “Real Men Are Tough Guys”: Hegemonic Masculinity and Safety in the Construction Industry. Journal of Men’s Studies, Winter, Vol. 13, Iss. 2.

Isaacs, Dallas, and Marilyn Poole. (1996). Being a Man and Becoming a Nurse: Three Men’s Stories. Journal of Gender Studies, 5(1), March, pp. 39-47.

Jackson, Cecile. (1999). Men, Masculinities and Gender Divisions of Labour. Journal of Development Studies. 36(1), pp. 89-108.

Jackson, Cecile. (2000). Men at Work. European Journal of Development Studies. Vol 12(2), pp. 1-23.

Jackson, Cecile. (2001). (ed.). Men at Work: Labour, Masculinities, Development. London: Frank Cass, in association with European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes, Bonn.

Jayme, W. (2006). Redundant Masculinities? Employment Change and White Working Class Youth. Association of American Geographers. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 96(1): 205.

Kane, J. (2006). School exclusions and masculine, working-class identities. Gender and Education, 18(6): 673-685.

Kaster, Gregory L. (2001). Labour’s True Man: Organised Workingmen and the Language of Manliness in the USA, 1827-1877. Gender & History, 13(1).

Kerfoot, D., and D. Knights. (1998). Managing Masculinity in Contemporary Organizational Life: A Managerial Project. Organization, 5(1): 7-26.

Kerfoot, D., and D. Knights. (1998). Managing Masculinity in Contemporary Organizational Life: A ‘man’agerial project. Organization, 5(1), pp. 7-26.

Kimmel, Michael S. (2000). The Gendered Workplace. Chapter 8 in The Gendered Society. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press

Kimmel, Michael, Jeff Hearn, and R.W. Connell. (eds.). (2005). The Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Includes;
10. Class and Masculinity / David Morgan.
14. Boys and Men in Families: The Domestic Production of Gender, Power, and Privilege / Michele Adams and Scott Coltrane.
17. Men and Masculinities in Work, Organizations, and Management / David L. Collinson and Jeff Hearn.

Kirsi T., A. Hervonen, and M. Jylhä. (2004). Always One Step Behind: Husbands’ Narratives about Taking Care of their Demented Wives. Health, April, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 159-181.

Kleinman, Carol S. (2004). Understanding and Capitalizing on Men’s Advantages in Nursing. Journal of Nursing Administration. 34(2):78-82, February.

Knights, D., and D. McCabe. (2001). ‘A Different World’: Shifting Masculinities in the Transition to Call Centres. Organization, 8(4): 619-645.

Knights, David. (1994). Managers Divided: Organisation Politics and Information Technology Management. New York: Wiley.
Includes Chapter 6. Business Application Software: Masculinity and the Making of Software.

Knoppers, Annelies, and Anton Anthonissen. (2005). Male Athletic and Managerial Masculinities: Congruencies in Discursive Practices? Journal of Gender Studies, Volume 14 Number 2, July.

Kvande, Elin. (2002). Doing Masculinities in Organizational Restructuring. Nora, 10(1), pp. 16-25.

Lantz, Jenny (2006) The Making of Men at Kastrup. Men and Masculinities, April, Volume 8, No. 4: 518-524.

Laurie, Nina. (2005). Establishing Development Orthodoxy: Negotiating Masculinities in the Water Sector. Development and Change, Volume 36, Issue 3, pp. 527-549, May.

Lawrence, Liz. (1994). Feminizing the Unions: Challenging the Culture of Masculinity. Journal of Gender Studies, 3(3), November, pp. 360-361.

Leonard, Pauline. (1998). Gendering Change? Management, Masculinity and the Dynamics of Incorporation. Gender and Education. 10(1), pp. 71-84.

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“It’s Different for Men”: Masculinity and IVF / Karen Throsby and Rosalind Gill.
“Astronauts in the Sperm World”: The renegotiation of masculine identities in discourses on male contraception / Nelly Oudshoorn.
Machines and Masculine Subjectivity: Technology as an integral part of men’s life experiences / Ulf Mellstrom.
The Gendered Construction of the Engineering Profession in the United States, 1893-1920 / Lisa M. Frehill.
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38. Patti A. Giuffre and Christine L. Williams / Boundary Lines: Labeling Sexual Harassment in Restaurants.
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Journals

Community, Work & Family
Feminist Economics
Gender, Technology, and Development
Gender, Work and Organization
Women in Management Review

 

c) Domestic / household work in particular

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Allen, Sheila, and Carol Wolkowitz. Homeworking: Myths and Realities.

Anderson, Gillian, and Karen Robson (2006). Male Adolescents’ Contributions to Household Labor as Predictors of Later-Life Participation in Housework. Journal of Men’s Studies, Vol. 14 Issue 1.

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Baxter, Janeen. (1993). Work at Home: The Domestic Division of Labour. St Lucia, QLD: University Of Queensland Press.

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Baxter, Janeen. (2002). Patterns of Change and Stability in the Gender Division of Household Labour in Australia, 1986-1997. Journal of Sociology, 38(4), pp. 399-424.

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Bowers, S.P. (1999). Gender Role Identity and the Caregiving Experience of Widowed Men. Sex Roles. 41(9-10):645-655, Nov.

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Bulbeck, Chilla. (2005). ‘The Mighty Pillar of the Family’: Young People’s Vocabularies on Household Gender Arrangements in the Asia-Pacific Region. Gender Work and Organization, 12(1), January.

Calasanti, T., and N. King. (2007). Taking ‘Women’s Work’ ‘Like a Man’: Husbands’ Experiences of Care Work. The Gerontologist, 47(4): 516.

Campbell, Lori D. (2000). Caring Sons: Exploring Men’s Involvement in Filial Care. Canadian Journal on Aging, 19, 57-79.

Chethik, Neil. (2006). VoiceMale: What Husbands Really Think about Their Marriages, Their Wives, Sex, Housework, and Commitment. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Chopra, R. (2006). Invisible Men: Masculinity, Sexuality, and Male Domestic Labor. Men and Masculinities, 9(2): 152-167.

Ciabattari, T. (2004). Cohabitation and Housework: The Effects of Marital Intentions. Journal of Marriage and Family, 66(1): 118.

Cooke, L. P. (2004). The Gendered Division of Labor and Family Outcomes in Germany. Journal of Marriage and Family, 66(5): 1246.

Craig, L. (2006). Does Father Care Mean Fathers Share?: A Comparison of How Mothers and Fathers in Intact Families Spend Time with Children. Gender Society, 20(2): 259-281.

Davis, S. N., and T. N. Greenstein. (2004). Cross-National Variations in the Division of Household Labor. Journal of Marriage and Family, 66(5): 1260.

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Dempsey, Ken. (1997). Trying to Get Husbands to Do More Work at Home. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 33(2), August.

Dempsey, Ken. (2000). Men’s Share of Childcare: A Rural and Urban Comparison. Journal of Family Studies. 6(2), October.

Dempsey, Ken. (2002). Who Gets the Best Deal From Marriage: Women or men?. Journal of Sociology, 38(2).

Doucet, Andrea. (1995). Gender Equality and Gender Differences in Household Work and Parenting. Women’s Studies International Forum, 18 (3), pp. 271-284.

Doucet, Andrea. (2001). ‘You See the Need Perhaps More Clearly Than I Have’: Exploring Gendered Processes of Domestic Responsibility. Journal of Family Issues, 22 (3): 328-357.

Doucet, Andrea. (2002?). ‘There’s a huge gulf between me as a male carer and women’: Gender, domestic responsibility, and the community as an institutional arena. Community, Work & Family, 3(2), pp. 163-184.

Doucet, Andrea. (2006). Paid and Unpaid labour. In David Cheal. (ed.) New Canadian Families. Don Mills and Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Evertsson, M., and M. Nermo. (2004). Dependence Within Families and the Division of Labor: Comparing Sweden and the United States. Journal of Marriage and Family, 66(5): 1272.

Findlay, Bruce M., and Jeanette A. Lawrence. (1991). Who Does What? Gender-Related Distribution of Household Tasks. Australian Journal of Marriage & Family, 12(1), March.

Fuwa, M. (2004). Macro-level Gender Inequality and the Division of Household Labor in 22 Countries. American Sociological Review, 69(6): 751.

Gerstel, N., and S.K. Gallagher. (2001). Men’s Caregiving - Gender and the Contingent Character of Care. Gender & Society. 15(2):197-217, Apr.

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Grace, Marty. (2004). The unpaid work of caring for young children: ideas for long-term and short-term change. Just Policy, no. 34, Dec.: 23-31.

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Hirsch, C. (1996). Understanding the Influence of Gender Role Identity on the Assumption of Family Caregiving Roles By Men. Int J Aging Hum Dev. 42(2):103-21.

Hochschild, Arlie, and Anne Machung. (1989). The Second Shift: Working Parents and the Revolution at Home. New York: Viking.

Hook, J. L. (2004). Reconsidering the Division of Household Labor: Incorporating Volunteer Work and Informal Support. Journal of Marriage and Family, 66(1): 101.

Jackson, Stevi. (1992). Towards a Historical Sociology of Housework: A Materialist Femininst Analysis. Women’s Studies International Forum, 15(2).

Kramer, Betty J., and Edward H. Thompson (eds.) (2005). Men as Caregivers: Theory, research, and service implications.
Part I: Introduction.
Men Caregivers: An Overview, B. J. Kramer.
Whats Unique About Men’s Caregiving? E. H. Thompson Jr.
Part II: Conceptual, Theorectical, and Methodological Insights.
Theoretical Perspectives on Caregiving Men, E. P. Stoller.
Methodological Issues in Research on Men Caregivers, J. Bookwala, J. L. Newman, and R. Schulz
Part III: Research.
Psychosocial Challenges and Rewards Experienced by Caregiving Men: A Review of the Literature and an Empirical Case Example, E. H. Carpenter and B. H. Miller.
Physiological Challenges Associated with Caregiving Among Men, K. A. Adler, T. L. Patterson, and I. Grant.
The Experiences and Relationships of Gay Male Caregivers who provide Care for Their Partners with AIDS, C. S. Sipes.
AIDS Caregiving Stress Among HIV-Infected Men, R. G. Wight.
The Voices of Husbands and Sons Caring for a Family Member with Dementia, P. B. Harris.
Brothers and Parent Care: An Explanation for Sons Underrepresentation, S. H. Matthews.
Fathers as Caregivers for Adult Children with Mental Retardation, E. L. Essex, M. M. Seltzer, and M. W. Krauss.
Differences Between Fathers and Mothers in the Care of Their Children with Mental Illness, J. S. Greenberg.
Husbands Caring for Wives with Cancer, D. Ciambrone and S. M. Allen
Part IV: Services and Interventions.
Professional Sensitivity to religion-Spirituality Among Male Caregivers, J. M. Stolley and J. Chohan.
Principles and Interventions for Working Therapeutically with Caregiving Men: Responding to challenges, S. Femianand A. Coonerty-Femiano.
Service Utilization and Support Provision of Caregiving Men, L. W. Kaye.
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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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