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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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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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Viral Masculinities: Virality, Gender, Pandemics

João Florêncio

subordination, marginalization and policing of the masculinities seen to fall short of a particular historically-contingent masculinist ideal. Subordinated and marginalized masculinities are—on account of intersections of class, race, gender, sex, sexuality, and

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Framing the “Refugee Hunter”

Gender and Nationalist Perspectives on Border Vigilance in Bulgaria

Kristina Ilieva

settings of marginalized masculinities, such as a refugee-owned barbershop. My first confrontation with vigilantism in Bulgaria were YouTube videos of refugee hunting in the spring of 2015. The terms refugee hunters and migrant hunters (used

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“Falling down the Rabbit Fuck Hole”

Spectacular Masculinities, Hypersexuality, and the Real in an Online Doping Community

Jesper Andreasson and April Henning

.1080/09589236.2010.514210 . Cheng , Cliff . 1999 . “ Marginalized Masculinities and Hegemonic Masculinity: An Introduction .” Journal of Men's Studies 7 ( 3 ): 295 – 315 . https://doi.org/10.3149/jms.0703.295 . Christiansen , Ask V. 2020 . Gym Culture, Identity and

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Commerce, Mobility and Masculinity among Afghan Traders in Eurasia

Magnus Marsden

are identifiably ‘dominant’ and ‘marginalmasculinities (cf. Connell and Messerschmidt 2005 ). In place of such a binary way of exploring the relationship between different notions of masculinity as played out in particular individuals, societies and