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Fashioning Masculinities through Migration

Narratives of Romanian Construction Workers in London

Alexandra Urdea

in Singapore, I follow the “social reproduction of … workers as men, conditioned through their position in the division of labour” (2014: 1015), generating new forms of hegemonic masculinities. R.W Connell and James W Messerschmidt's notion of

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Eluding the Esculacho

A Masculinities Perspective on the Enduring Warrior Ethos of Rio de Janeiro's Police

Celina Myrann Sørbøe

salaries, including bonuses, were insufficient to sustain their families ( Musumeci 2015 ). “Doing Gender” and Hegemonic Masculinity In order to discuss the gendered performances of police officers, it is first necessary to look at what is meant by

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Egyptian Football Ultras and the January 25th Revolution

Anti-corporate, Anti-militarist and Martyrdom Masculinities

Manal Hamzeh and Heather Sykes

This article examines the masculinities of Ultras football fans during and after the January 25th Egyptian revolution, within the interlocking systems of power of neoliberalism, militarism and Islamism. The Ultras' anti-corporate masculinities were strengthened through protests against satellite TV and the Egyptian Football Association, while they also developed anti-militarist masculinities as they protested business elites, Supreme Council of the Armed Forces and Central Security Forces. The Ultras developed martyrdom masculinities due to their shock over the Port Said stadium massacre and subsequent retribution protests. The Ultras may be reiterating hegemonic masculinities operating within the same patriarchal logic of the three regimes. Their grief and shock may be limiting their self-reflexivity and capacity to build coalitions.

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L'estomac, le chemin du coeur et la transformation du monde

Femmes, nourriture, relations et parenté pratiques en Turquie

Marie Helene Sauner-Leroy

://www.jstor.org/stable/646700 . 10.1525/ae.1995.22.2.02a00010 Connell , B. ( 2002 ), ‘ Hegemonic Masculinity ’, in Gender : A sociological Reader , (ed.) S. Jackson et S. Scott , ( Londres : Routledge ), 60 – 62 . Connell , R.W. and Messerschmidt , J

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Manly Merchants

Commerce, Mobility and Masculinity among Afghan Traders in Eurasia

Magnus Marsden

literature has questioned the value for the analysis of Middle Eastern masculinities of long-standing tropes in the study of masculinity such as ‘hegemonic masculinity’ and the ‘male crisis’ (e.g. Connell and Messerschmidt 2005 ). Studies have deployed

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Kim Knibbe, Brenda Bartelink, Jelle Wiering, Karin B. Neutel, Marian Burchardt, and Joan Wallach Scott

. 1995 . The Reformation of Machismo: Evangelical Conversion and Gender in Colombia . Austin : University of Texas Press . Burchardt , Marian . 2018 . “ Saved from Hegemonic Masculinity? Charismatic Christianity and Men’s Responsibilization in South

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Around Abby Day’s Believing in Belonging

Belief and Social Identity in the Modern World

Christopher R. Cotter, Grace Davie, James A. Beckford, Saliha Chattoo, Mia Lövheim, Manuel A. Vásquez, and Abby Day

individual choice, resistance, and bodily self-expression—adds important insights. So does the work on variety and tensions within ‘hegemonic masculinity’ inspired by R. W. Connell (2005) . In conclusion, the model of multi-dimensional belief presented by