Masculinities

@article{Collier2002Masculinities,
  title={Masculinities},
  author={R. Collier},
  journal={Sociology},
  year={2002},
  volume={36},
  pages={737 - 742}
}
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 social sciences. This has been the case across diverse academic disciplines and in relation to a series of public and high profile debates around the meaning of changing gender relations between women and men. Indeed it is now commonplace to present a questioning of men’s gender – their masculinity… Expand
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