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Male roles, masculinities and violence : a culture of peace perspective

  title={Male roles, masculinities and violence : a culture of peace perspective},
  author={Ingeborg Breines and Raewyn Connell and Ingrid Eide},

The European Research Network on Men in Europe:The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities The social problem of men: deliverable 14: Final Network Report

Changing and improving gender relations and reducing gender inequality involves changing men as well as changing the position of women. The EU Framework 5 European Research Network on Men in Europe


This study aims to see the differences of the ability in speaking English between male and female students at the senior high school level. This study employed descriptive qualitative research. The

In Search of Effective Gen Z Engagement in the Hospitality Industry: Revisiting Issues of Servant and Authentic Leadership

The purpose of this study is to provide a theoretical framework that demonstrates how psychological capital (PsyCap) can simultaneously mediate the effects of servant leadership (ServL) and authentic

The Role of Tungku Tigo Sajarangan in Educating Adolescent Morality Through the Indigenous Values of Sumbang Duo Baleh

The flow of globalization and cultural acculturation on the one hand has an impact on the character of the generation of a nation, therefore local wisdom, participation of community leaders in

African Immigrant’s Women Experiences on Extended Family Relations

African immigrants are increasingly migrating to high-income countries, including Canada, in search of a better life. These immigrants often face several challenges, such as keeping healthy ties with

Dealing with “the Spores of the Past”: Masculinities and Liminality in David Park’s The Truth Commissioner

This article seeks to show how The Truth Commissioner by David Park ultimately under mines the current optimistic discourse in Northern Ireland. My contention will be that Park’s novel, by

A man's role as a head, a burden or a blessing? An exploration of the African and Christian perspectives on the conventional role of a male person

In 2020, during a strict lockdown in South Africa, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the country experienced an increase in gender-based violence (hereafter, GBV) cases perpetrated by men. Similar

Nuclear fantasies of the galactic poet

Pietrzak Maciej, David Avidan’s Message from the Future. Nuclear fantasies of the galactic poet. “Images” vol. XXVIII, no. 37. Poznań 2020. Adam Mickiewicz University Press. Pp. 127–139. ISSN

Women and Digital Economy: Culture Change or Perpetuation of Inequalities?

It is concluded that women have equal access to the digital economy, as the digital age belongs to women equally.



African Armies: Evolution and Capabilities


t has become something of a truism to state that the concept of ‘masculinities’ assumed, during the 1990s, an increasing visibility, prominence and political significance both within (and beyond) the

Chapter 10. Wars, Wimps, and Women: Talking Gender and Thinking War

ions of death and destruction—as in the physicist's sudden vision of thirty million rotting corpses. Similarly, weapons' effects may be spo­ ken of only in the most clinical and abstract terms,

Nomads and the Outside World.

Child rearing and personality development in the Philippines

The authors of Child Rearing and Personality Development in the Philippines state that the purpose of their book is "to describe the patterns of relationships between Philippine mothers and their