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Contents 1. Introduction 000 Michael Kimmel, Jeff Hearn, and R. W. Connell Part I. Theoretical Perspectives 2. ?Social Theories in Researching Men and Masculinities: Direct Gender Hierarchy and Structural Inequality? 000 Oystein Holter, University of Oslo 3. ?Men, Masculinities and Feminist Theory? 000 Judith Kegan, Gardiner, U of Illinois 4. ?Queering the Pitch? Gay Masculinities? 000 Tim Edwards, University of Leicester Part II. Global and Regional Patterns 5. ?Globalization, Imperialism and Masculinities? 000 R. W. Connell, University of Sydney 6. ?Men in the Third World: Postcolonial Perspectives on Masculinity? 000 Robert Morrell, University of Natal and Sandra Swart, University of Stellenbosch 7. ?Masculinities in Latin America? 000 Matt Gutmann, Brown University and Mara Viveros, Universidad Nacional de Colombia 8. ?East Asian Masculinities? 000 Taga Futoshi, Kurume University 9. ?Men, Masculinities and ?Europe?? 000 Committee for Research on Men and Masculinities in Europe (CROME) Part III. Structures, Institutions and Processes 10. ?Class and Masculinity? 000 David Morgan, University of Manchester 11. ?Male Sexualities? 000 Ken Plummer, University of Essex 12. ?Men, Masculinities, and Crime? 000 James W. Messerschmidt, University of Southern Maine 13. ?Masculinities in Education? 000 Jon Swain, Kings College London 14. ?Boys and Men in Families: The Domestic Production of Gender, Power and Privilege? 000 Scott Coltrane, U. C. Riverside and Michele Adams, Tulane University 15. ?Fatherhood and Masculinities? 000 William Marsiglio, University of Florida and Joseph H. Pleck, University of Illinois 16. ??Gentlemen, the Lunchbox has Landed?: Representations of Masculinities in Popular Media? 000 Jim McKay, University of Queensland, Janine Mokosza, University of Queensland, and Brett Hutchins, University of Queensland 17. ?Men and Masculinities in Work, Organizations and Management? 000 David Collinson, University of Warwick and Jeff Hearn, Swedish School of Economics and University of Huddersfield Part IV. Bodies, Selves, Discourses 18. ?Still a Man?s World?: Studying Masculinities and Sport? 000 Mike Messner, University of Southern California 19. ?Men?s Health Studies: An Overview? 000 Don Sabo, D?Youville College 20. ?Masculinities and Interpersonal Violence? 000 Walter S. DeKeseredy, Ohio University and Martin D. Schwartz, Ohio University 21. ?Polysemous, Polymorphous Bodies: Masculinities and (non)-Normativity? 000 Tom Gerschick, Illinois State University 22. ?Transgendering, Men and Masculinities? 000 Richard Ekins, Ulster University and Dave King, Ulster University Part V. Politics 23. ?Nation? 000 Joane Nagel, University of Kansas 24. ?Globalization and its Mal(e)contents: The Gendered Moral Economy of Terrorism? 000 Michael Kimmel, SUNY Stony Brook 25. ?War Militarism and Masculinities? 000 Paul Higate, University of Bristol and John Hopton, University of Manchester 26. ?Mullahs, Martyrs, and men: Conceptualizing Masculinity in the Islamic Republic of Iran? 000 Shahin Gerami, Southwest Missouri State University 27. ?Men?s Collective Struggles for Gender Justice: The Case of Anti-Violence Activism? 000 Michael Flood, Australian National University About the Editors 000 About the Contributors 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Men Social conditions, Masculinity, Sex role