17. Rural men and masculinities
Bell, D. (2000). Farm Boys and Wild Men: Rurality, Masculinity, and Homosexuality. Rural Sociology. 65(4): 547-561, Dec.
Brandth, Berit. (1995). Rural Masculinity in Transition: Gender Images in Tractor Advertisements. Journal of Rural Studies, 11(2), April, pp. 123-133.
Brandth, Berit, and Marit S. Haugen. (2000). From lumberjack to business manager: Masculinity in the Norwegian forestry press. Journal of Rural Studies. 16(3): 343-355, July.
Brandth, Berit, and Marit S. Haugen. (2005). Doing Rural Masculinity—from Logging to Outfield Tourism. Journal of Gender Studies, 14: 13-22.
Brandth, Berit, and Marit S. Haugen. (2005). Text, Body, and Tools: Changing Mediations of Rural Masculinity. Men and Masculinities, 8(2), October, pp. 148-163.
Campbell, H. (2000). The glass phallus: Pub(lic) masculinity and drinking in rural New Zealand. Rural Sociology. 65(4): 562-581, Dec.
Campbell, H., M. M. Bell, and M. Finney. (eds.). (2006). Country Boys: Masculinity and Rural Life. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press.
Carrington, K., and J. Scott (2008). Masculinity, Rurality And Violence. Br J Criminol, 48(5): 641-666.
Carrington, K., A. McIntosh, and J. Scott. (2010). Globalization, Frontier Masculinities and Violence: Booze, Blokes and Brawls. Br J Criminol, 50(3): 393-413.
Courtwright, David T. (1996). Violent Land: Single Men and Social Disorder From the Frontier to the Inner City. Harvard University Press.
Kimmel, Michael S., and Abby Ferber. (2000). ‘White Men Are This Nation’: Right Wing Militias and the Restoration of Rural American Masculinity. Rural Sociology. 65(4): 582-604, Dec.
Liepins, R. (2000). Making Men: The construction and representation of agriculture-based masculinities in Australia and New Zealand. Rural Sociology. 65(4): 605-620, Dec.
Little, J., and O. Jones. (2000). Masculinity, Gender, and Rural Policy. Rural Sociology. 65(4):621-639, Dec.
Magazine, R. (2004). Both husbands and banda (gang) members: conceptualizing marital conflict and instability among young rural migrants in Mexico City. Men and masculinities, 7(2), 144-165.
Morris, E. W. (2008). "Rednecks," "Rutters," and ‘Rithmetic: Social Class, Masculinity, and Schooling in a Rural Context. Gender & Society, 22(6): 728-751.
Ni Laoire, C. (2001). A Matter of Life and Death? Men, Masculinities and Staying ‘Behind’ in Rural Ireland. Sociologia Ruralis. 41(2). Apr.
Perry, D. L. (2005). Wolof women, economic liberalization, and the crisis of masculinity in rural Senegal. Ethnology, 44(3): 207-226.
Peter, G., M.M. Bell, S. Jarnagin, and D. Bauer. (2000). Coming Back Across the Fence: Masculinity and the Transition to Sustainable Agriculture. Rural Sociology. 65(2): 215-233.
Saugeres, L. (2002). The Cultural Representation of Farming Landscape: Masculinity, Power and Nature. Journal of Rural Studies, 18: 373-84.
Sherman, J. (2005). Men without Sawmills: Masculinity, Rural Poverty and Family Stability. Working Paper no. 05 – 03, Rural Poverty Research Center, Columbia, University of Missouri.
Silberschmidt, Margrethe. (2001). Disempowerment of Men in Rural and Urban East Africa: Implications for male identity and sexual behavior. World Development, 29(4), 657-671; 2001.
Stollen, K. A. (1996). The gentle exercise of male power in rural Argentina. Identities, 2(4), 385–406.
Kenway, Jane, Anna Kraack, and Anna Hickey-Moody. (2006). Masculinity Beyond the Metropolis.