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Routledge International Handbook of Masculinity Studies

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(Routledge International Handbooks)

Gottzén, Lucas (EDT)   Mellström, Ulf (EDT)   Shefer, Tamara (EDT)

Routledge 2019/11
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138056695
eISBN: 9781351676281
KNPID: EY00362621
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Full Description

The Routledge International Handbook of Masculinity Studies provides a contemporary critical and scholarly overview of theorizing and research on masculinities as well as emerging ideas and areas of study that are likely to shape research and understanding of gender and men in the future.

The forty-eight chapters of the handbook take an interdisciplinary approach to a range of topics on men and masculinities related to identity, sex, sexuality, culture, aesthetics, technology and pressing social issues. The handbook’s transnational lens acknowledges both the localities and global character of masculinity. A clear message in the book is the need for intersectional theorizing in dialogue with feminist, queer and sexuality studies in making sense of men and masculinities.

Written in a clear and direct style, the handbook will appeal to students, teachers and researchers in the social sciences and humanities, as well as professionals, practitioners and activists.

Table of Contents

Introduction: mapping the field of masculinity studies

Lucas Gottzén, Ulf Mellström and Tamara Shefer

Part 1: Theories and perspectives

1. The institutionalization of (critical) studies on men and masculinities: geopolitical perspectives
Jeff Hearn and Richard Howson

2. Feminism and men/masculinities scholarship: connections, disjunctions and possibilities
Chris Beasley

3. Hegemony, hegemonic masculinity, and beyond
Richard Howson and Jeff Hearn

4. Pierre Bourdieu and the studies on men and masculinities
Miklós Hadas

5. Foucault’s men, or what have masturbating boys and ancient men to do with masculinity?
Lucas Gottzén

6. Queer theory and critical masculinity studies
Jonathan A. Allan

7. Intersectionality
Ann-Dorte Christensen and Sune Qvotrup Jensen

8. Postcolonial masculinities: diverse, shifting and in flux
Fataneh Farahani and Suruchi Thapar-Björkert

9. Approaching affective masculinities
Todd W. Reeser

10. Masculinity studies and posthumanism
Ulf Mellström

Part 2: Identities and intersectionalities

11. African and black men and masculinities
Kopano Ratele

12. White masculinity
Tobias Hübinette

13. Men and masculinities in contemporary East Asia: continuities, changes, and challenges
Mario Liong and Lih Shing Chan

14. Disability, embodiment and masculinities: a complex matrix
Steve Robertson, Lee Monaghan and Kris Southby

15. Trans masculinities
Miriam J. Abelson and Tristen Kade

16. ‘Little Boys’: the significance of early childhood in the making of masculinities
Deevia Bhana

17. Young masculinities: masculinities in youth studies
Signe Ravn and Steven Roberts

18. "Maturing" theories of ageing masculinities and the diverse identity work of older men in later life

Anna Tarrant

18. Men, masculinities and social class
Michael R. M. Ward

Part 3: Sex and sexualities

20. The transformation of homosociality
Nils Hammarén and Thomas Johansson

21. Masculinity and homoeroticism
Gareth Longstaff

22. The shifting relationship between masculinity and homophobia
Sarah Diefendorf and Tristan Bridges

23. Multiple forms of masculinity in gay male subcultures
Rusty Barrett

24. Sexual affects: masculinity and online pornographies
Steve Garlick

25. Exploring men, masculinity and contemporary dating practices
Chris Haywood

26. Masculinities and sex workers
John Scott

Part 4: Spaces, movements and technologies

27. Men and masculinities in migration processes
Katarzyna Wojnicka

28. Locating critical masculinities theory: masculinities in space and place
Madhura Lohokare

29. Rural masculinities
Barbara Pini and Robyn Mayes

30. Men in caring occupations and the postfeminist gender regime
Ruth Simpson and Patricia Lewis

31. Exploring fatherhood in critical gender research
Helena Wahlström Henriksson

32. Reconfiguring masculinities and education: interconnecting local and global identities
Máirtín Mac an Ghaill

33. The coproduction of masculinity and technology: problems and prospects
Andreas Ottemo

34. Men on the move: masculinities, (auto)mobility and car cultures
Dag Balkmar

35. Men, health and medicalization: an overview
Steve Robertson and Tim Shand

Part 5: Cultures and aesthetics

36. The ‘male preserve’ thesis, sporting culture, and men’s power
Christopher R. Matthews and Alex Channon

37. Masculinity never pays itself: from representations to forms in American cinema and media studies
Terrance H. McDonald

38. Masculinities in fashion and dress
Andrew Reilly and José Blanco F.

39. Masculinities, food and cooking
Michelle Szabo

40. Men, masculinities and music
Sam de Boise

41. Masculinities and literary studies: past, present, and future directions
Josep M. Armengol

42. Men and masculinity in art and art history
Bettina Uppenkamp

Part 6: Problems, challenges and ways forward

43. Masculinities, law and crime: socio-legal studies and the ‘man question’
Richard Collier

44. Discursive trends in research on masculinities and interpersonal violence
Floretta Boonzaier and Taryn van Niekerk

45. Masculinities, war and militarism
Claire Duncanson

46. Ecological masculinities: a response to the Manthropocene question?
Martin Hultman and Paul Pulé

47. Masculinity and/at risk: the social and political context of men’s risk taking as embodied practices, performances and processes
Victoria Robinson

48. Trends and trajectories in engaging men for gender justice
Tal Peretz