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masculine

[′mas·kyə·lən]
(biology)
Having an appearance or qualities distinctive for a male.
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Frank Rudy Cooper, Masculinities, Post-Racialism, and the Gates Controversy: The False Equivalence Between Officer and Civilian, 11 NEV.
Masculinities and Popular Music is the first serious look at how sexuality and masculinity are represented in the music of artists as diverse as Jeff Buckley.
Moving to the mid- and late seventeenth century, Staging Masculinities demonstrates a shift from the patriarchal ideal that man was a sanctioned model of authority within the family toward a Hobbesian model of contractual relations between men and their wives or families--which he reads, compellingly, through the "proviso" scenes of Restoration comedy.
Male Trouble purports to provide an 'antidote to all the drum beating of traditional Australian maleness, offering the best current sociological research on masculinities through a diverse range of essays' (back cover).
Recent research on southern Africa, for instance (Morrell, 1998), has provided a very clear demonstration of the importance of colonialism and postcolonial struggles in shaping gender relations and masculinities.
More importantly, perhaps, is the insistence that contemporary masculinities are so fluidly connected to the capriciousness of international capitalism.
The bookstore's behavior illustrates, in brief, the history, the current condition, and the problematics of what might be termed the study of masculinities.
They emphasise the relationship between masculinities, the causes and patterns of most criminal offending and victimisation and the broader workings of the wider criminal justice system of policing (public and private), criminal courts, corrections and prisons.
Research on the relationship between masculinity-related constructs and psychological well-being represents one of the most fertile areas of inquiry in the study of men and masculinities (Wong, Steinfeldt, Speight, & Hickman, 2010).
This paper draws on the narratives of 46 young men from the NW of England to explore the interrelationship between social exclusion, masculinities and sexual risk.
Objective: This anthropological study examines the reconfiguration of masculinities in urban Africa over the last 30 years.
Psychology of Men & Masculinities, 6(2), 114-126.