men, masculinities and gender politics

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Masculinities, power and change

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We have had 25 years of research on men and masculinities. The relationship between men as gendered beings, power and change has been central in this research. This article presents some of the main findings that most researchers within critical studies on men will agree on, and then it discusses how to better understand men’s relationship to power and marginalization, change and gender equality in future research. It is explorative in its style, and an invitation to further debates on these important questions.

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Citation: Lorentzen, Jørgen, 2011: "Masculinities, power and change", NORMA, vol. 6, Issue 2, 2011, 110-123, Universitetsforlaget AS, Oslo.
You can read more about Jørgen Lorentzen's work here: http://www.stk.uio.no/english/people/aca/jolorent/index.html.

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