Interrogating Caribbean Masculinities: Theoretical and Empirical Analyses

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Rhoda Reddock
University of the West Indies Press, 2004 - Social Science - 421 pages
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Annotation. "This anthology of new Caribbean scholarship on masculinities establishes masculinity studies as an important new area of research and theorizing in the Caribbean. The content of this volume reflects a range of disciplinary approaches, including anthropology, history, international relations literary criticism, and art and installation." "The book is of interest for those teaching masculinity studies, women and gender studies, and for policy makers interested in gender relations in the Caribbean and the Caribbean diaspora."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
 

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Contents

Gender and the Global
3
Unmasking Masculinity and Deconstructing
38
Power Games and Totalitarian Masculinity in
68
Gender Socialization Educational Performance
103
Underperformance in Jamaica
137
Masculinities Myths and Educational
167
Part 3
191
Class Ethnicity Nation and Notions of Masculinity
223
Globalization Migration and the Shaping
267
Part 4
274
Popular Culture and Literary Images
287
The Crumbling of Caribbean
309
Trinidad and Tobago Calypso
326
Uniform and Weapon
404
Contributors
417
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Caribbean Masculinity at the Fin de Siecle I
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