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 Performance anxieties: Re-producing masculinity Allen & Unwin.
An exploration of a range of texts and genres, including a popular text about masculinity, TV commercials, a Shakespeare play, pornography and several films. The late-twentieth-century anxiety about a ‘crisis in masculinity’ still persists today, particularly in English-speaking cultures.
In a follow-up study thirty years later, the original participants and a sample of their adult children were interviewed.
In the follow-up study, the men were found to have played a key role in initiating the untraditional arrangement in their families.
It draws on a study of two generations of men, where the fathers participated in an experimental research project in Norway in the 1970s.
The project aimed at promoting egalitarian family relations through a spousal work-sharing arrangement that involved both spouses working part-time and parental shifts in the home.
AMSA’s goal is to provide a forum for teachers, researchers, students, artists, and practitioners to collaborate and support one another in a mutually empowering environment.
It supports and encourages research by scholars considering the complexities of gender, including minority, first-generation, people with disabilities, and other scholars who are members of historically oppressed groups and affirms the integration of academia with activism, clinical practice, and art.
Margunn Bjørnholt tries to explain both the father’ untraditional work-family adaptations in the 1970s and the neo-traditional adaptations of the sons thirty years later, and, subsequently, the lack of intergenerational transmission of the untraditional work-family adaptation, through developing a multidimensional analysis of situated agency.
Aboim, Sofia - University of Lisbon, Portugal  Plural masculinities: the remaking of the self in private life London / New York: Routledge.
February 28, 2010 A contemporary portrait of the plural dynamics and forms of masculinity, emphasizing the multiple, even contradictory, pathways through which men are remaking their identities.
- Oslo, Norway  Modern Men: A Norwegian 30-Year Longitudinal Study of Intergenerational Transmission and Social ChangeÖrebro Studies in Gender Research, 3. This study addresses men, intergenerational transmission and social change, within the context of the change in the theorising and politicising of gender relations in the Nordic countries from the 1950s onwards.
It is part of a more general turn towards temporal and spatial dimensions in social research including studies of men and masculinities.
Masculinities are constructed not just by power relations but by their interplay with a division of labor and with patterns of emotional attachment.