Boys: Masculinities In Contemporary Culture
Analyzing the meanings of masculinity in contemporary culture, this book examines specific cultural male icons like Muhammad Ali, Harvey Keitel, Jean-Claude Van Damme, and Newt Gingrich and explores the male stereotypes such as the cowboy, the father, the homosexual, and the Black terror.
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Adventures of the Chosen Sons
NationalPolitical Masculinity in the Current Conjuncture
A White Boy Is Being Beaten
About the Book and Editor
About the Contributors
Scattered Speculations on the Value of Harvey Keitel
Hot Damme Reflections on Gay Publicity
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