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Challenging Dominant Representations of Marginalized Boys and Men in Critical Studies on Men and Masculinities

Steven Roberts and Karla Elliott

whiteness and heterosexuality studies. In the spirit of this thinking, we seek to problematize the ways much CSMM scholarship portrays and discusses men who have been considered under the categories of “marginalizedmasculinities ( Connell 1987 , 2000

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Making Masculinities on the Street

Exploring Street Boys’ Everyday Relationships on the Streets of Bukavu, Democratic Republic of Congo

Thandie Hlabana, Lorraine van Blerk, and Janine Hunter

are constructed around power, production, emotional attachment, and symbolism in society. These structures exist at various societal and institutional levels, including family, work, school, and religion, with subordinate and marginalized masculinities

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Boyhood and Belonging

Michael R. M. Ward and Thomas Thurnell-Read

, Charlie , and Steven Roberts , eds. 2018 . Masculinity, Labour and Neoliberalism: Working-Class Men in International Perspective . London : Palgrave Macmillan . Wignall , Ross . 2019 . “ Belonging without Believing? Making Space for Marginal

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“Most of the People My Age Tend to Move Out”

Young Men Talking about Place, Community, and Belonging in Manchester

Khawla Badwan and Samantha Wilkinson

hegemonic masculinity, but they do not challenge it as they receive some of the benefits of being male. We then have marginalized masculinity, in which men cannot access all the features of hegemonic masculinity because of factors such as their race or

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Migration, Affinities, and the Everyday Labor of Belonging among Young Burmese Men in Thailand

Tiffany Pollock

.” Thesis Eleven 91 ( 1 ): 66 – 77 . Ward , Michael , R.M., Anna Tarrant , Garreth Terry , Brid Featherstong , Martin Robb , and Sandy Ruxton . 2017 . “ Doing Gender Locally: The Importance of ‘Place’ in Understanding Marginalized

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Becoming a Super-Masculine “Cool Guy”

Reflexivity, Dominant and Hegemonic Masculinities, and Sexual Violence

James W. Messerschmidt

hegemonic masculinity, such as effeminate men; third, marginalized masculinities are trivialized and/or discriminated against because of unequal relations that co-constitute gender relations, such as class, race, ethnicity, and age; and finally, protest

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Male Migrants’ Attitudes to Homosexuality and What Age Has To Do with It

Katarzyna Wojnicka

) and can be seen as a further development of Connell's theory. Hybrid masculinity is defined as a type of gender identity where some elements of subordinated and/or marginalized masculinities (Connell 2005), sometimes along with some “feminine” traits

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Towards an Affirmative Feminist Boys Studies

Timothy Laurie, Catherine Driscoll, Liam Grealy, Shawna Tang, and Grace Sharkey

, complicit, and marginalized masculinities belong to what we will call a “horizontal” plane, because they describe the reciprocal determination of positions and relations within a bounded field. Changes to configurations of dominance have corollary effects

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“It's Not Being Racist, but … ”

A Youth Gang and the Creation of Belonging Based on “Othering”

Sinead Gormally

marginalized masculinity (Armstrong and Rosbrook-Thompson 2017). Nevertheless, some of these behaviors may be a “chameleonisation” ( Ward 2015 ) for maintaining reputation, status, and belonging. Despite this, these young men were aware of the localized

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“I Don't Want to Spend My Life under a Toilet Seat”

Aspiration, Belonging, and Responsible Masculinities in the Lives of White, Working-Class Boys in a Youth Inclusion Program at the YMCA

Ross Wignall

YMCA .” In Masculinities under Neoliberalism , ed. Andrea Cornwall , Frank Karioris , and Nancy Lindisfarne , 183 – 197 . London : Zed Wignall , Ross . 2019 . “ Belonging without Believing? Making Space for Marginal Masculinities at the