Men and masculinities on the move

Hibbins, Raymond and Pease, Bob 2009, Men and masculinities on the move. In Donaldson, Mike, Hibbins, Raymond, Howson, Richard and Pease, Bob (ed), Migrant men critical studies of masculinities and the migration experience, Routledge, New York, N.Y., pp.1-19.

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Title Men and masculinities on the move
Author(s) Hibbins, Raymond
Pease, BobORCID iD for Pease, Bob
Title of book Migrant men critical studies of masculinities and the migration experience
Editor(s) Donaldson, Mike
Hibbins, Raymond
Howson, Richard
Pease, Bob
Publication date 2009
Series Routledge Research in Gender and Society
Chapter number 1
Total chapters 12
Start page 1
End page 19
Total pages 19
Publisher Routledge
Place of Publication New York, N.Y.
Notes Foreword  Michael Kimmel  1. Men and Masculinities on the Move  Raymond Hibbins and Bob Pease  Part I: Theorising Masculinities and Migration  2. Theorising Hegemonic Masculinity: Contradiction, Hegemony and Dislocation  Richard Howson  3. Policy, Men and Transnationalism  Jeff Hearn and Richard Howson  4. Migrants, Masculinities and Work in the Australian National Imaginary  Jane Haggis and Susanne Schech  Part II: Regional Patterns of Masculine Migration  5. Immigrant Men and Domestic Life: Renegotiating the Patriarchal Bargain?  Bob Pease  6. Rethinking Masculinities in the African Diaspora  Ndungi wa Mungai and Bob Pease  7. Machismo and the Construction of Immigrant Latin American Masculinities  Paul Crossley and Bob Pease  8. Looking for Respect: Lebanese Immigrant Young Men in Australia  Scott Poynting, Paul Tabar and Greg Noble  9. The "New" Chinese Entrepreneur in Australia: Continuities in or Challenges to Traditional Hegemonic Masculinities?  Raymond Hibbins  10. Indonesian Muslim Masculinities in Australia  Pam Nilan, Mike Donaldson and Richard Howson  11. Navigating Masculinities Across the Cultural Ditch: Tales from Maori Men in Australia  Richard Pringle and Paul Whitinui  12. Men, Migration and Hegemonic Masculinity  Mike Donaldson and Richard Howson
ISBN 9780415994859
Language eng
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Field of Research 200208 Migrant Cultural Studies
169999 Studies in Human Society not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 959999 Cultural Understanding not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category B1 Book chapter
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