Interpreting toxic masculinity in political parties: A framework for analysis

@article{Daddow2019InterpretingTM,
  title={Interpreting toxic masculinity in political parties: A framework for analysis},
  author={Oliver Daddow and Isabelle Hertner},
  journal={Party Politics},
  year={2019},
  volume={27},
  pages={743 - 754}
}
The term ‘toxic masculinity’ (TM) was coined in the 1990s by sociologists and psychologists. It has since been appropriated by scholars and commentators interested in gendered behaviours, policies and outcomes in politics. However, despite the attention belatedly being paid to masculinities as part of that research, the analysis of, specifically, TM’s part in shaping political practices remains underdeveloped. This article proposes a move in this direction by designing a conceptual framework… Expand
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