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作者 Cornwall, Andrea
書名 Men and Development : Politicizing Masculinities
出版項 London : Zed Books, 2011
國際標準書號 9781848139800 (electronic bk.)
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說明 1 online resource (266 pages)
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附註 Intro -- About the editors -- Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations -- Contributors -- 1 | Introduction: Politicizing Masculinities in Development -- Of masculinities and men -- Politicizing masculinities -- Narratives and bodies -- Masculinities and structures of oppression -- Dissident masculinities in action -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Part One: Embodiments and Transgressions -- 2 | Performing Heterosexuality: Male Youth, Vulnerability and HIV in Malawi -- The colonial and post-colonial context -- Practices of heterosexual masculinity -- HIV, heterosexuality and masculinity -- Concluding thoughts -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 3 | Is s/He More of a Man? Constructing Masculinity as a Female to Male Transsexual in India -- Masculinities and maleness -- Ideas of maleness and expressions of masculinity -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgements -- Notes -- References -- 4 | Meyeli Chhele Becomes MSM: Transformations of Idioms of Sexualness into Epidemiological Forms in India -- Yes, men hold hands in India . . . -- Idioms of gender and sexualness in India -- The persistence of the kothi -- The epidemiological kothi and heris global form -- The meyeli-ness of Bengali chhele -- Two-Bit -- References -- 5 | The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Constructions of Masculinity and Contemporary Understandings of Sex Work -- The client -- The sex worker -- The pimp -- Conclusions -- Notes -- References -- 6 | Masculinity and HIV: Di-visions of Bodies, Sex and Structural Context -- 'Engaging men' in gender and HIV: progress and limitations -- Gender 'di-vision': a binary divide obscuring a complex and diverse reality -- Vulnerabilities, threats, masculinities and risk -- Getting rights right in politicizing masculinities in HIV work -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Part Two: Structures - Inequities, Violence, Power
7 | Organized Powers: Masculinities, Managers and Violence -- Corporate masculinity and the epidemic -- Managerial masculinity: a case study -- Violence and change -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 8 | What Would Make Men Interested in Gender Equality? Reflections from East Africa -- Reflections on men, masculinities and gender in colonial and post-colonial Africa -- The geopolitical step -- Theories of masculinities -- Gender in contemporary Africa -- Conclusion: How to break with 'business as usual'? -- References -- 9 | Men in/and Gender Equality: A Conversation from South Africa -- Masculinities in Southern Africa -- Changing masculinities in Southern Africa -- A place for men in gender equality work? -- References -- 10 | Militarized, Religious and Neo-Colonial: The Triple Bind Confronting Men in Contemporary Uganda -- Reaching the status quo in Uganda -- State and Church: an unholy alliance -- Bringing in the neo-colonialists -- Discussion and conclusions -- Notes -- References -- 11 | Local Lives, Global Dialogues: Shifting Discourses of Masculinity in India -- Historicizing support -- Servitude, sacrifice and support -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- Notes -- References -- Part Three: Engagements - Changing Masculinities -- 12 | Gender Regimes Changing Men or Men Changing Gender Regimes? Challenges for National and Transnational Social Policy, Gender Equality and Organizing with Men -- Gender regimes changing men: national and transnational -- Men changing gender regimes: national and transnational -- Conclusion: strategies for changing men -- Notes -- References -- 13 | Masculinities, Social Exclusion and Prospects for Change: Reflections from Promundo's Work in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil -- Masculinities, gender equality and violence in the Cidade Maravilhosa -- The policy environment
Promundo's strategies - Part 1: mapping, understanding and building on voices of resistance -- Promundo's strategies - Part 2: from interventions to community and national-level activism -- Promundo's strategies - Part 3: policy analysis and specific policy advocacy -- Some final reflections on change and limitations -- Notes -- References -- 14 | Masculinities and Men's Groups in China: A Conversation between Activists -- Contextualizing masculinities and feminism in China -- A conversation between Fang Gang and He Xiaopei -- References -- 15 | Women's Empowerment: What Do Men Have to Do with It? -- 16 | 'Swimming Against the Tide is Easier as a Shoal': Changing Masculinities in Nicaragua - a Community-Based Approach -- The emergence of 'men against violence' in Managua -- Nicaraguan civil society, gender and masculinities -- Puntos de Encuentro, masculinities and public awareness-raising -- Getting organized: the emergence of the Association of Menagainst Violence -- Popular education: a methodology for unlearning machismo -- From the personal to the political: reflections and concerns -- Notes -- 17 | Anxious States and Directions for Masculinities Work with Men -- Changing gender orders -- Anxious states of masculinity -- Neo-liberalism and the uses of masculinity -- Domesticating violence -- Masculinities at the intersections -- Unsettling heteronormativity -- References -- Index -- About Zed Books
Brings together some of the best-known academics, activists and practitioners in the field to present a comprehensive overview with original case studies from Brazil, India, China , South Africa, Malawi, Uganda and Nicaragua
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Cornwall, Andrea Men and Development : Politicizing Masculinities London : Zed Books,c2011 9781848139787
主題 Men -- Social aspects.;Masculinity -- Social aspects
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Alt Author Chopra, Radhika
Nascimento, Marcos
Ricardo, Christine
Olinger, Marianna
Segundo, Marcio
Gang, Fang
Xiaopei, He
Jolly, Susie
Welsh, Patrick
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