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|Title:||Rethinking hegemonic masculinity in a globalizing world|
|Citation:||Men and Masculinities, 2008; 11(1):86-103|
|Publisher:||Sage Publications Inc|
|Abstract:||Our understanding of power relations in domestic and global settings is crucially informed by analyses of the gendered character of contemporary societies and global politics. Hegemonic masculinity is a crucial concept in such analyses. However, this concept has also been the subject of debate. The concept is currently used to stand in for a singular monolithic masculinity, a global hegemonic form on a world scale and is understood to refer to transnational business masculinity to an elite group of socially dominant men. This conceptualization is reconsidered and an alternative approach presented. Rethinking the term hegemonic masculinity is necessary to produce a more nuanced understanding of privileged legitimating conceptions of manhood, and of relations between different masculinities in the global/national nexus. Such a rethinking provides a means to rethink how gendered global politics, how (gendered) globalization may be conceived.|
|Keywords:||gender; global; hegemonic; hegemonic masculinity; postcolonial; relational|
|Description:||Copyright © 2008 by SAGE Publications|
|Appears in Collections:||History publications|
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