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Breaking silences & exploring masculinities
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Breaking silences and exploring masculinities|
|Statement||edited by Douglas Gosse.|
|Contributions||Gosse, Douglas, 1966-|
|LC Classifications||PR9199.3.G638 J333 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||2008426796|
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Breaking Silences & Exploring Masculinities: a critical supplement to the novel Jackytar aims to promote discussion about changing understandings of masculinities, especially regarding identities, communities, familial relationships, the raising of boys, the multiple meanings of manhood, difference, men’s careers, communication, and more.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 72 pages ; 21 cm: Contents: Negotiating masculinity, sexuality, and identity in the context of community / Robert Heasley --Out of the shadows of the paternal closet: Jackytar as a tool to recover te invisibility of the father / Mark Giesler --Jackytar: the quest for masculinity and the limitations of manhood / Janice Cools.
Breaking Silences & Exploring Masculinities: A Critical Supplement to the Novel Jackytar. avg rating — 0 ratings. Want to Read saving /5. This book examines why and how the association of men and managements persists both in ‘theory’ and ‘practice’ and explores the consequences of these interrelationships for organizations, employees and managers themselves.
Collinson, D L & Hearn, J'Breaking the silence: on men, masculinities and managements', in Collinson, DL. Breaking Silences & Exploring Masculinities – a critical supplement to the novel Jackytar Douglas Gosse Breaking Silences & Exploring Masculinities: a critical supplement to the novel Jackytar aims to promote discussion about changing understandings of masculinities, especially regarding identities, communities, familial.
Filled with wit, humanity and marvelous inside stories of Hollywood and television, Breaking the Silence is the story of Mariette's triumphant journey to hope, courage and a happy new life-a work as warm and engaging as the woman herself.
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Cited by: 3. Just about to publish the co-authored memory work book, "Men's Stories for a Change", with Common Ground press, Champaign, Ill., USA, the result of 15 years of collective work on gender and ageing.
"Breaking the Silence" is yet another page turner by Diane Chamberlain. So many questions to be answered, chief among them: 1) What is Sarah's connection to Laura's father?; 2) Why did Laura's husband kill himself, and why didn't he want Laura to visit Sarah. The book was well-written, although a couple things hit a sour note for me/5().
Breaking the silence: On men, masculinities and managements Most managers in most organizations in most countries are men. Yet the conditions, processes and consequences of men's historical and.
The mystery is complicated but clearly plotted with a heart-stopping ending.” ―RT Book Review (4 ½ stars) “This is the third in a stupendous series Written at a thrilling pace, with haunting images, Breaking Silence is a novel worth staying up all night to reach the end.” ―New York Journal of Books/5().
Breaking the Silence (BTS) tells a story of Laura Brandon, whose daughter hasnt spoke since her husband committed suicide. Before her husband's death, she was in search of a person named Sarah Tolley, an Alzheimer's patient, who seemed to have connection with Laura's deceased father/5.
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Breaking Silence is the third publication in Linda Castillos Kate Burkholder thriller series. Unlike the first two books, this one did not have the gruesome murders that the /5. The Romeo & Juliet Murders () Jackytar () Breaking silences & exploring masculinities, a critical supplement to the novel Jackytar () Out Proud: Stories of Pride, Courage and Social Justice in Canada ().
Breaking silences & exploring masculinities, A critical supplement to the novel Jackytar () contains essays written by scholars from education, social work, psychology, language & linguistics, and sociology, and expresses their views on changing masculinities using Jackytar and their own research.
The book wasn't quite what I expected but interesting nonetheless - exploring the experience of silence from human voices of solo sailors and arctic explorers, the total soundless silence of the desert, the chosen silence of hermits, the silence of death - but above all her own experience of noise and extroversion and a growing desire for Cited by: 10 D.
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Working paper # (Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College. Exploring masculinities, sexual health and wellbeing across areas of high deprivation in Scotland: The depth of the challenge to improve understandings and practices. Just Wow. I was given this book by a book rep for Author, Maria J Nieto, and all I can say is wow what a fascinating read.
Not only does the readers get an in-depth look at Spain's Civil War through generations of family and this little girls eyes, but the trauma she also endured is amazing/5. Progressive Black Masculinities brings together leading black cultural critics including Michael Eric Dyson, Mark Anthony Neal, and Patricia Hill Collins to examine an alternatively demonized and mythologized black masculinity.
Collectively, they offer a roadmap for new, progressive models of black masculinity that may chart the course for the Cited by: His research interest include men's studies, masculinities, queer theory, arts-based educational research (ABER), diversity, identity, male teachers, and teacher expectations.
He is the author of Jackyta, a novel () and editor of Breaking silences & exploring masculinities, A critical supplement to the novel Jackytar (). masculinities, and for policy-related work on gender to address ‘men and boys’ as part of achieving ‘gender equality’. Witnessing the surge of interest in the study of men and masculinity.
The mystery is complicated but clearly plotted with a heart-stopping ending.” —RT Book Review (4 ½ stars) “This is the third in a stupendous series Written at a thrilling pace, with haunting images, Breaking Silence is a novel worth staying up all night to reach the end.” —New York Journal of Books.
From the Publisher/5(). Berg and Longhurst's review, ‘Placing Masculinities and Geography’, provides an excellent overview of the masculinities and geography research from its beginnings, so we opt not to rehash that here (Berg and Longhurst, ).
We do draw attention to the lack of studies that bring together a focus on masculinities, place and sexual by: 4.
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Men as Managers, Managers as Men contributes much to teasing out the multiplicity of masculinities which Bob Connell () argues is so important to a deeper understanding of gender and institutional dynamics. and hegemonic masculinities (gender) intersect.
This book is the first to break the silence and subject. 11 Books About Toxic Masculinity, Gender Norms And Feminism, Written By Men Books, as always, play a huge role in bringing these important issues to light.
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In the past, managerial masculinity has tended to be a one-dimensional concept (not unlike early treatments of women in management. Breaking silences & exploring masculinities: A critical supplement to Jackytar (by Dr. Douglas Gosse). John’s, NL, Canada: Breakwater Books Ltd.
Lost lives, found identities: Questioning hetero-masculinity and its meaning in our lives / Robert Heasley. Questioning universalist theories of 'hegemonic masculinities', the book argues that young men often feel caught between prevailing masculinities and their own struggle for self-definition.
It explores both how the idea of men as 'the First Sex' has been established within the West and the ways in which men in other cultures and societies. The Paperback of the Breaking The Code Of Silence by Alana Wyatt at Barnes & Noble.
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