Drawing together the broad range of theoretical issues posed in the new study of masculinity, contributors from diverse backgrounds address in this volume the different disciplinary roots of theories of masculinity - sociology, psychoanalysis, ethnography, and inequality studies. Subsequent chapters theoretically model many issues central to the study of men - power, ethnicity, feminism, homophobia - or develop theoretical explanations of some of the institutions most closely identified with men including the military and the men's movement. -- Provided by publisher
Men's studies -- Philosophy; Masculinity -- Psychology; Men -- Attitudes; Men; Sexual orientation; Feminist theory;
Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology
Anthropology | Criminology | Sociology
ix, 302 pages ; 22 cm
Brod, Harry and Kaufman, Michael, "Theorizing Masculinities" (1994). Faculty Book Gallery. 403.