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by Anita Hardon,Diana Gibson

eBook Rethinking Masculinities, Violence and AIDS (AIDS, Culture and Society) download ISBN: 9055892572
Author: Anita Hardon,Diana Gibson
Publisher: Het Spinhuis (March 31, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 202
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Membership of scientific committees and boards. Rethinking Masculinities, Violence and AIDS. Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis. International Graduate Seminar Body Culture and Politics, Amsterdam Institute for Social. Birth/marital status 4 January l961, Woodland, California, USA. Married, one daughter. Hardon, A. C. Hodgkin & D. Fresle (2004).

Rethinking masculinities, violence and AIDS. amsterdam: het Spinhuis Cultural politics and masculinities: Multiple-partners in historical perspective Men behaving differently: South African men since 1994. Gibson, . & hardan, a. (ed., (2005). Cultural politics and masculinities: Multiple-partners in historical perspective. In G. Reid, & l. Walker, (ed.

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Diana Gibson and Anita Hardon, eds. 2005. Rethinking Masculinities, Violence and AIDS, Amsterdam: Transaction Publishers. Andrea Cornwall, 2002, Spending Power: Love, Money, and the Reconfiguration of Gender Relations in Ado-Odo, Southwestern Nigeria, American Ethnologist 59 (4): 963-980. Lahuoucine Ouzgane and Robert Morrell ed. 2005, African Masculinities: Men in Africa from the Late Nineteenth Century to the Present, New York: Palgrave. Dorothy L. Hodgson, 1999, ’Once Intrepid Warriors’: Modernity and the Production of Maasai Masculinities, Ethnology, 38 (2): 212-50.

Gibson, Diana and Anita Hardon (Ed. 2005 Rethinking Masculinities, Violence, and AIDS. Hatty, Suzanne E. 2000 Masculinities, Violence and Culture. In essence, the book focuses on violence as a gendered activity, specifically masculine. The essays collected in this book resonate with the ways in which men are both constructed and behave as gendered beings (. in relations with other men, women, and children). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Early chapters define and theorize both violence and masculinity, and subsequent chapters focus on representations of violence and masculinity in popular culture.

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Masculinities and Gender-Based Violence Chapter Fourteen: Macho Masculinity: A Snare in the Context of HIV among the Manyika of Zimbabwe Gift Masengwe. 289 Chapter Fifteen: Passion Killings in Botswana: Masculinity at Crossroads Rosinah Mmannana Gabaitse. 305 Chapter Sixteen: Youth Masculinities and Violence in an HIV and AIDS Context: Sketches from Botswana Cultures and Pentecostal Churches Muse W. Dube

Rethinking the Concept

Rethinking the Concept. R. W. CONNELL University of Sydney, Australia JAMES W. MESSERSCHMIDT University of Southern Maine. The concept of hegemonic masculinity has influenced gender studies across many academic fields but. has also attracted serious criticism. The authors trace the origin of the concept in a convergence of ideas. improved with the aid of recent psychological models, although limits to discursive flexibility must be recognized. The concept of hegemonic masculinity does not equate to a model of social reproduction; we. need to recognize social struggles in which subordinated masculinities.

Culture, Society and Masculinities complements the field's pioneering and longest running journal, The Journal of Men's Studies