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Eskilsson, L. (2003). Masculinity and the North. In S. Ervo & T. Johansson (Eds.), Among men: Moulding masculinities, volume 1 (pp. 115–126). Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate. Militarized hegemonic masculinity has also impacted perceptions of citizenship as well as the LGBT community. Conscription is fairly common throughout the world, and has also been utilized in America during key conflicts. The majority of men expect conscription to be the price of adult citizenship, but religious objectors and homosexuals have been largely excluded from this. [71] These restrictions have led to the perceived subordinate status of these groups, and their subsequent exclusion from full citizenship, in the same fashion that women have been excluded. [71] This is reflective of the notion that men unable to, or unwilling to fight for their country are more effeminate, as they are breaking with hegemonic norms. The perceptions that homosexuals are unfit for service, and that women have a responsibility at home, is reflective of the heteronormative nature of the military. The institutional composition of the military, itself, reinforces this hegemony through the armed branch's subordination to a "dominating and organizationally competent" branch. [71] Essentially, there is an armed wing, which is masculinized through conflict, and there is a dominating branch, that is masculinized through power. The hierarchical nature of the military is used to enforce, replicate, and enhance hegemonic masculinity. W., Connell, R. (c. 1978). Socialism and labor: an Australian strategy. [Praxis Publications]. OCLC 19592754. {{ cite book}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list ( link) Fejes, F. (2000). Making a gay masculinity. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 17(1), 113–116.

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Herdt, Gilbert (1981). Guardians of the flutes: idioms of masculinity. New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN 9780070283152. Hennen, P. (2005). Bear bodies, bear masculinity: Recuperation, resistance, or retreat? Gender and Society, 19(1), 25–43.

Smith, G., Kippax, S., & Chapple, M. (1998). Secrecy, disclosure, and the closet dynamics. Journal of Homosexuality, 35(1), 53–73. Connell, Raewyn. 2014. Margin becoming centre: for a world-centred rethinking of masculinities . NORMA: International a b Whitehead, Stephen M. (2002). Men and masculinities: key themes and new directions. Cambridge Malden, Massachusetts: Polity Press. ISBN 9780745624679. Raewyn Connell Prize, a biennial award established in her honour by The Australian Sociological Association (2010) [35]

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Dellinger, K. (2004). Masculinities in ‘safe’ and ‘embattled’ organizations: Accounting for pornographic and feminist magazines. Gender and Society, 18(5), 545–566. Flood, Michael; Gardiner, Judith Kegan; Pease, Bob; Pringle, Keith, eds. (2007). International Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-13-431707-3.a b Wetherell, Margaret; Edley, Nigel (August 1999). "Negotiating hegemonic masculinity: Imaginary positions and psycho-discursive practices" (PDF). Feminism & Psychology. 9 (3): 335–356. doi: 10.1177/0959353599009003012. S2CID 145350243. The underlying concept of masculinity has been argued as flawed from both a realist and a poststructuralist point of view. To Jeff Hearn, [19] the concept of masculinity is blurred, uncertain in its meaning, and tends to deemphasize issues of power and domination. To Alan Petersen, [20] the concept of masculinity is flawed because it reduces the character of men or imposes a false unity of a fluid and contradictory reality. The concept of masculinity is criticized for being framed within a heteronormative conception of gender that oversimplified male-female difference and ignores differences and exclusions within the gender categories. The concept of masculinity is said to rest logically on a dichotomization of sex (biological) and gender (cultural) and thus marginalizes or naturalizes the body. Harry Brod [21] observes that there is a tendency in the field of men's studies to proceed as if women were not a relevant part of the analysis and therefore to analyse masculinities by looking only at men and relations among men. Therefore, a consistently relational approach to gender is being called upon. Pyke, K. D., & Johnson, D. L. (2003). Asian American women and racialized femininities: ‘Doing’ gender across cultural worlds. Gender and Society, 17(1), 33–53.



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