8 edition of Heterosexual masculinities found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Bruce Reis, Robert Grossmark.|
|Series||Psychoanalysis in a new key book series -- 11|
|Contributions||Reis, Bruno Cardoso., Grossmark, Robert.|
|LC Classifications||BF175.5.M37 H48 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780881635010, 9780881635027, 9780203888315|
|LC Control Number||2008034677|
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"Heterosexual Masculinities is a long overdue book of essays examining the multiple configurations and subjective experiences of male heterosexuality. Long the stepchild in discussions of gender and sexuality, male heterosexuality is, as the various authors argue, as varied, complex and multiple as female hetero- and homosexuality.5/5(1).
Heterosexual Masculinities: Contemporary Perspectives from Psychoanalytic Gender Theory (Routledge Books) makes commendable strides towards filling the gender gap. Edited by Bruce Reis and Robert Grossmark, this book consists of a theoretically and clinically rich chapter from each of the contributing authors.
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One of the most important books in sociology by a pre-eminent Australian sociologist. Raewyn Connell's book showed that there are many ways of being masculine, but these various masculinities are arranged in a hierarchy that privileges a mode of heterosexual masculinity that maintains patriarchy.4/5.
This book explores the socio-historical and cultural formation, enactment and representation of masculinities in a range of sites, both in the past and today. in so doing, the author draws on a wide range of resources, including literature, film, historical material, before giving students ideas and guidelines to enable them to carry out their.
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The book explores Heterosexual masculinities book gender relations, new theories, and practical uses of masculinity research. Looking to the future, a new concluding chapter addresses the politics of masculinities, and the implications of masculinity research for understanding current world issues.
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Heterosexual Masculinities in the Anglophone Caribbean Novel 39 Rami Blair that socioeconomic status has little place, if any, in the conversation. Stated simply—and reductively—men rich or poor are interested in having and holding onto power. But as we can see in multiple novels—Earl Lovelace’s The Dragon Can’t Dance and The Wine of.
_Heterosexual Masculinities _rethinks a psychoanalytic tradition that has long thought of masculinity as a sort of brittle defense against femininity, softness, and emotionality.
Reflecting current trends in psychoanalytic thinking, this book seeks to understand heterosexual masculinity as fluid, Cited by: Book Review: R.W. Connell’s Masculinities nearly double the % rate for those involved in heterosexual relationships.
In addition, a Harvard study found that women were the perpetrators in 70% of relationships where there was one-sided violence. Finally, research detailed in the Journal of Public Health revealed that almost 24% of /5(26). Here is a powerful reply to Iron John, a fresh look at the complicated nature of what R.W.
Connell calls "masculinities." One of the most important voices in the new feminist scholarship by men, Connell provides a nuanced and incisive analysis of how our notions of masculinity have evolved in psychoanalysis, social science, and historically in the creation of a global economy.1/5(1).
Heterosexual Masculinities, Anti-Homophobias, and Shifts in Hegemonic Masculinity: The Identity Practices of Black and White Heterosexual Men September Sociological Quarterly 54(4)Author: James Joseph Dean.
Putting together a collection of separate pieces requires some assistance, and this book is no exception. In addition to Michael Kimmel, who suggested that I organize a book around the topic of gay masculinities and who reviewed the chapters, I also wish to thank Don Barrett, Lee Klosinski, Michael Messner, Stephen Murray, Ken Plummer, Robert Reid-Pharr, and David Whittier for their help.
This book explores how boys learn to be men in schools while policing their own and others' sexuality. He focuses on the students' confusions and contradictions in their gendered experiences and upon how schools produce, through the official and hidden curriculum, a range of masculinities which young men come to inhabit.
He does full justice to the complex phenomenon of male heterosexual. Opening the Program Series of Tampa Bay Psychoanalytic Society, Inc. was Bruce Reis, PhD, relational faculty at NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis and a contributing editor to Studies in Gender and talk “Reconsidering Masculinity” aimed to dismantle the monolithic model of heterosexual masculinity and showcased his most recent book (co.
Unmasking Masculinities: Men and Society is a new anthology that provides a fresh and comprehensive introduction to the field of critical masculinity studies. Grounded in the theories of masculinities with explicit connections between various theoretical perspectives and the readings, this book examines unique domains, such as the Presidency or men's responses to feminism.
What is Masculinity. Daniela Gennrich explains that ‘masculinity’ refers to what it means to be a man as defined by specific socio-cultural contexts (Gennrich, ). Several socio-cultural norms influence how societies view what it means to be a man of which vary, and often include sexual identity, family life, as well as religious and cultural.
This book was not what I expected. I had expected the author to give an account of some substantive characteristics of males that display inclusive masculinities. However, that's not really what this book was about. The main point of this book is that fewer college educated white men display attitudes of homophobia and homohysteria/5.
Based on examination of an online community in which white `str8'-identified men assert that sex with other white men bolsters their heterosexual masculinity, this article examines the heterosexual and racialized meanings that white str8 dudes attach to their same-sex behaviors.
The study points to the role of whiteness in the process of establishing heterosexual `realness', or Cited by: Metrosexual is a portmanteau of metropolitan and heterosexual, coined in describing a man (especially one living in an urban, post-industrial, capitalist culture) who is especially meticulous about his grooming and appearance, typically spending a significant amount of time and money on shopping as part of this.
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Abstract: Based on two relatively well-reported cases of homophobia in Malawi and South Africa, this article aims to show some of the ways in which hegemonic African men and masculinities are unsettled by, but also find ideological use for, the existence of homosexuality and nonheteronormative sexualities.
Research has yet to fully explore younger boys’ heterosexual cultures beyond an awareness that heterosexual performances are integral to the production of a “real boy.” constructing Young Boys’ Heterosexual Masculinities Show all authors.
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Theoretical work on masculinities emphasizes that all men position and understand themselves in relation to a hegemonic masculinity, which stands as the “currently most honored way of being a man” (Connell & Messerschmidt,p. ).In contemporary Western societies, hegemonic masculinity consists of several key characteristics, including heterosexual virility Cited by: This book highlights the transnational economic ebook social interests impacting State policies and politics that, in turn, inform the representation of sexuality and gender in classic and contemporary films.
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