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Men and Masculinities Around the World: Transforming Men’s Practices (Global Masculinities)

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This collection, with contributions on seventeen countries from social scientists from Africa, the Americas, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, analyzes the characteristics and potential of diverse educational, political and related initiatives towards progressive changes in gender relations to show how men are reacting to contemporary social change
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780230107151
ISBN-10: 023010715X
Pagini: 282
Ilustrații: Illustrations
Dimensiuni: 140 x 216 x 23 mm
Greutate: 0.48 kg
Ediția: 2011
Editura: Palgrave Macmillan US
Colecția Palgrave Macmillan
Seria Global Masculinities

Locul publicării: New York, United States

Cuprins

Introduction: Transforming Men and Masculinities Around the World; K.Pringle, J.Hearn, B.Pease & E.Ruspini PART I: MEN AND MASCULINITIESIN EUROPE Slow, Passive and Hesitant...Transforming Men's Practices in Austria; E.Foster Interventions on and of Men in the FinnishState, Civil Society and Media; J.Hearn & H.Niemi Care-free Masculinities in Ireland; N.Hanlon & K.Lynch And Yet Something is on the Move...Education for New Forms of Masculinity and Paternity in Italy; E.Ruspini (Re)constructing Masculinity a la Polonais; K.Wojnicka Unravelling the Maze: Gender Equality andMen's Practices in Norway; Øystein Gullvåg Holter Working with Men in a Gender Equality Paradise? The Case of Sweden; M.Eriksson & K.Pringle What's Happening in Men's Work in the UK? Reflections on Policies and Processes; C.Wright M.Cowburn PART II: MENAND MASCULINITIESIN THE AMERICAS Masculinities and Social Intervention in Colombia; M.V.Vigolla Young Mexican Men Divided: A Possibility for Transforming Masculinity; J.C.R.Rodríguez Engaging Men in the United States:Soft Essentialism and the Obstaclesto Coherent Initiatives in Education and Family Policy; T.Bridges & M.Kimmel PART III: MEN AND MASCULINITIES IN THE ASIA PACIFIC Governing Men's Violence in Australia; B.Pease Masculinities in Crisis? Men and Boys in Contemporary China; X.Zhang Transforming Men and Masculinities in Contemporary Japan; J.Roberson From Benevolent Patriarchy To Gender Transformation:A Case Study ofPakistan's'We Can End Violence Against Women' Program; J.Wu PART IV:MEN AND MASCULINITIESIN AFRICA Poverty, Masculine Violence and the Transformation of Men: Ethnographic Notes from Kenyan Slums; C.Izugbara Navigating Past 'the White Man's Agenda' in South Africa: Organising Men for Gendered Transformation of Society; K.Ratele, T.Shefer & M.Botha

Recenzii

"In this compilation by 17 scholars chosen from around the world, the editors sought to have each author discuss and
analyze the latest advances in the study of manhood and masculinity in his or her country, specifically taking into
account the social, economic, and cultural contexts of the respective nations. The result is a wide-ranging,
comparative volume that provides the latest foci on masculinity from scholars in Europe, the Americas, the Asia
Pacific region, and Africa. However, providing the contributing authors the autonomy to identify what they perceive
as the latest foci means that the overall volume lacks a common theme, thus rendering any comparisons among
countries or regions in a particular area of scholarship rather difficult, if not impossible. Though this may be
frustrating for readers seeking to obtain a truly comparative perspective, the edited volume nonetheless provides a
global perspective and gives voice to some regions of the world that have been largely neglected or ignored in
masculinity studies. Summing Up: Recommended. Graduate students/faculty." - CHOICE, J. R. Mitrano, Central Connecticut
State University
"Finally a book on global masculinities! This wonderful volume brings together a surprising range of scholarship on masculinities from all continents of the world. Comprehensive, rich, and thoroughly textured, the collection critically assesses masculinities in comparative perspective while simultaneously contributing new and diverse insight to the development of gender equality globally. Necessary reading for all students and scholars of masculinities." - James W. Messerschmidt, author of Hegemonic Masculinities and Camouflaged Politics: Unmasking the Bush Dynasty and Its War Against Iraq
"This splendid collection of research and activism shows both the maturing of masculinities research as a field of knowledge, and the new realism and determination in men's work for gender justice. Every chapter has illuminating things to say, and both differences and links between global North and global South emerge clearly." - Raewyn Connell, author of Masculinities and Confronting Equality
"This wide-ranging volume offers fascinating insights into men and masculinities around the world. It deserves to be widely read." - Andrea Cornwall, professor of Anthropology and Development, School of Global Studies, University of Sussex

Notă biografică

ELISABETTA RUSPINI Senior Associate Professor of Sociology at theUniversity of Milano-Bicocca, Italy.

JEFF HEARN Professor in Gender Studies (Critical Studies on Men) at Linköping University, Sweden; a Professor of Sociology at the University of Huddersfield, UK; and a Professor in the Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland.

BOB PEASE Chair of Social Work at Deakin University, Australia.

KEITH PRINGLE Professor in Sociology at Uppsala University in Sweden, and a Professor in Social Policy and Social Work at London Metropolitan University, UK. In addition, he is an Adjungeret Professor at Aalborg University in Denmark and Honorary Professor at Warwick University, UK.