Vehicle for Southern African Knowledge? Men and Masculinities and Research from South Africa

  title={Vehicle for Southern African Knowledge? Men and Masculinities and Research from South Africa},
  author={R. Morrell},
  journal={Men and Masculinities},
  pages={34 - 43}
  • R. Morrell
  • Published 2019
  • Political Science
  • Men and Masculinities
Knowledge production is dominated by publications in and from the global North. This has given rise to a concern that certain perspectives and agendas have global prominence whereas others, from the global South, are marginalized. Analyzing the publication record of Men and Masculinities with respect to articles authored by scholars from, or working in, South Africa, I argue that the journal, despite being founded, based and published in the United States, has a very good record of providing… Expand


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