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Introduction-an overview of the book / Ronald J. Burke and Debra A. Major.
PART I MEN SUPPORTING WOMEN-SETTING THE STAGE.
1 Advancing women’s careers: why men matter / Ronald J. Burke and Debra A. Major.
PART II MASCULINITY AND ITS DISCONTENTS.
2 The gender role socialization of boys to men / Ronald F. Levant and Thomas J. Rankin.
3 Taking the obvious apart: critical approaches to men, masculinities, and the gendered dynamics of leadership / David L. Collinson and Jeff Hearn.
4 The imperative for servant-leadership: reflections on the (enduring) dysfunctions of corporate masculinity / Mark Maier.
5 Relations, emotions and differences: re-gendering emotional labour in the context of men doing care / Ruth Simpson.
6 Men, masculinity, well-being, and health / Ronald J. Burke.
7 The causes and consequences of workaholism / Shahnaz Aziz and Benjamin Uhrich.
PART III GENDERED ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURES AND MALE PRIVILEGE.
8 Gendered organizational cultures, structures and processes: the cultural exclusion of women in organizations / Sarah Rutherford.
9 Is this a man’s world? Obstacles to women’s success in maletyped domains / Suzette Caleo and Madeline E. Heilman.
10 Unspeakable masculinities in business schools / Elisabeth Kelan.
11 Male backlash: penalties for men who violate gender stereotypes / Corinne A. Moss-Racusin.
12 Stereotype threat impacts on women in the workforce / Valerie N. Streets and Hannah-Hanh D. Nguyen.
13 Barriers to women in science: examining the interplay between individual and gendered institutional research cultures on women scientists’ desired futures / Susan Schick Case and Bonnie A. Richley.
14 Individual, organizational, and societal backlash against women / Ronald J. Burke.
PART IV MEN AS ALLIES: SIGNS OF PROGRESS.
15 How can men and women be allies in achieving work–family balance? The role of coping in facilitating positive crossover / Michael L. Litano, Dante P. Myers and Debra A. Major.
16 Engaging men through inclusive leadership / Jeanine Prime, Mike Otterman and Elizabeth R. Salib.
17 Preventing violence against women and girls / Michael Flood.

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Catano, James V. (2003). Labored Language: Anxiety and Sadomasochism in Steel-industry Tales of Masculinity. Men and Masculinities, 6(1): 3-30.

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Pt. I. Gender and Management.
Pt. II. Marketing, Masculinity, and Management Politics.
1. Gendering Work.
2. Putting the Man into Management.
3. Who Delivers the Goods? The Entrepreneurial Man and the Marketing Man in Computer Systems.
4. Getting the Best of Both Worlds: The Practical Man and the Marketing Man in Equipment Manufacturing.
5. Paternalism Confronts Prowess: The Insurance Man and the Marketing Man.

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 Cheng, Cliff. (ed.). (1996). Masculinities in Organizations. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Contents;
Series Editor’s Introduction / Michael Kimmel.
Men and Masculinities Are Not Necessarily Synonymous: Thoughts on Organizational Behavior and Occupational Sociology / Cliff Cheng.
PART ONE: Occupational and Organizational Hegemonic Masculinity
Rambo Litigators: Emotional Labor in a Male-Dominated Occupation / Jennifer Pierce.
Managing to Kill: Masculinities and the Space Shuttle Challenger Explosion / James W. Messerschmidt.
The Last Bastion of Masculinity: Gender Politics at The Citadel / Judi Addelston and Michael Stirratt.
PART TWO: Sex Segregation, Homosociality, and Hegemonic Masculinity
The Occupational Masculinity of Computing / Rosemary Wright.
Stand by Your Man: Homosociality, Work Groups, and Men’s Perceptions of Difference / Amy Wharton and Sharon Bird.
Hegemonic Masculinity among the Elite: Power, Identity, and Homophily in Social Networks / Martin Kilduff and Ajay Mehra.
PART THREE: Marginalized Masculinities
Selves in Bunkers: Organizational Consequences of Failing to Verify Alternative Masculinities / Laurie Telford.
Unwrapping Euro-American Masculinity in a Japanese Multinational Corporation / Tomoko Hamada.
‘We Choose Not to Compete’: The ‘Merit’ Discourse in the Selection Process, and Asian and Asian-American Men and Their Masculinity / Cliff Cheng.

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Connell, R.W. (2000). Masculinities and Globalization. Chapter 3. Globalization and Men’s Bodies. Chapter 4, in The Men and the Boys. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

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Connell, R.W. (2005). A really good husband: Work/life balance, gender equity and social change. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 40(3), Spring: 369-383.

Connell, R.W. (2008). A thousand miles from kind: men, masculinities and modern institutions. The Journal of Men’s Studies, 16(3): 237(16).

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Includes;
2. Men, Gender and the State / R.W. Connell.
3. A Theory of Gender, Patriarchy and Capitalism / Oystein Gullvag Holter.
4. The Emancipation from Gender: A critique of the utopias of postmodern gender theory / Mikael Carleheden.
5. Beautiful Men, Fine Women and Good Work People: Gender and skill in Northern Sweden 1850-1950 / Ella Johansson.
9. Technology and Masculinity: Men and their machines / Ulf Mellstrom.

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Contents;
1. The Sociological Gender Critique 2. Linking Men and Paid Employment 3. Men, Work and Employment in Britain 4. Researching Men: Outlining a Quantitative Case Study of Men 5. Men and Employment in the National Child Development Study 6. Men, Work and Gender Role Attitudes 7. Men and Work Related Training 8. Men, Households and Private Work 9. Psychological Health and Men’s Work 10. Conclusion: Moving Male Work Further?.

Goodwin, John. (2002). Irish Men and Work in North-County Dublin. Journal of Gender Studies, Volume 11 Number 2, July.

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Gray, S. (1987). Sharing the Shop Floor. In Kaufman, Michael. (ed.). Beyond Patriarchy: Essays by Men on Pleasure, Power and Change. New York: Oxford University Press.

Green, M. (2004). Serving class: masculinity and the feminisation of domestic service in Tanzania. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 10(1): 207.

Hallgrimsdottir, H. K., and T. L. Adams. (2004). The Manly Working Man: Nineteenth-Century Manhood and the Challenge of the Knights of Labor. Men and Masculinities, 6(3): 272-290.

Handon, V. (2015). Die Psycho-Trader: aus dem Innenleben unseres kranken Finanzsystems: ein Insider erzählt. Frankfurt a.M.: Westend.

Haque, M. M., and K. Kusakabe. (2005). Retrenched Men Workers in Bangladesh: A Crisis of Masculinities? Gender, Technology, and Development, 9(2): 185-208.

Harvey, Jeffery A., and Catherine E. Hansen. (1999). Gender Role of Male Therapists in Both Professional and Personal Life. Sex Roles, 41(1/2).

Haywood, Chris, and Mairtin Mac an Ghaill. (1996). ‘What About The Boys?’: Regendered Local Labour Markets and the Recomposition of Working-Class Masculinities. British Journal of Education and Work, 9(1).

Hearn, J., & Blagojevic, M. (Eds.). (2019). Unsustainable Institutions of Men: Transnational Dispersed Centres, Gender Power, Contradictions. Routledge.
1. Interrogating Transnational Masculinities, Fatherhood and th e In stitution of Men: Rethinking Gender Equity in G lobal Finance and Large International Law Firms
2. The Innovation Ecosystem: Interrogating [Trans]national Gender [Un]sustainability in the New Business Centre
3. Transnational Football’s Male Elite: The Unsustainability of FIFA?
4. Hegemony Self-critique: How Men in Finance Question Aspects of Masculine and Economic Hegemony from Within
5. The Ends of Imagination: Hindu Nationalism, Masculine Networks and Political Transformation
6. Intentional Impossibility: Sustainable Transnational (Male) Clientelism Versus an Unsustainable Environment
7. Contradictory Consciousness: Men and Feminist Activism in the Caribbean
8. Men, Automobility, Movements, and the Environment: Imagining (Un)sustainable, Automated Transport Futures
9. ‘ The Performing Rights of Man’: The Global Music Industries and Transnational Hegemonies of Men
10. Electronic Pornography and the Transnational Assemblage o f Sexuality
11. Gender Trouble in Cyberwar: Multiple Masculinities and Femininities of a Cyberspy in the War on Terror
12. The Dynamics of Displacement: Diasporic Masculinities between Margins and Centres
13. Transnational “Winner” Masculinities: Modernity and the Transformation of Intimacy
14. Men and Masculinities Offside? The [Un]sustainability of the Power of Men.

Hearn, Jeff, Ann Oakley, Jeanette Edwards, and Jennie Popay. (eds.). (1998). Men, Gender Divisions and Welfare. London: Routledge.
Includes;
1. The Welfare of Men? / Jeff Hearn.
4. Are Men Good for the Welfare of Women and Children? / Ann Oakley and Alan S. Rigby.
9. ‘All Jumbled Up’: Employed Women With Unemployed Husbands / David Waddington, Chas Critcher and Bella Dicks.
11. Redundant Men and Overburdened Women: Local Service Providers and the Construction of Gender in Ex-Mining Communities / Bella Dicks, David Waddington and Chas Critcher.

Hecker, S. (2007). Working Construction: Why Working-Class Men Put Themselves - and the Labor Movement - in Harm’s Way. Journal of Men’s Studies, 15(2).

Heilman, M. E., & Wallen, A. S. (2010). Wimpy and Undeserving of Respect: Penalties for Men’s Gender-Inconsistent Success. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46(4), 664-667.

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Hodgson, Damian. (2003). ‘Taking It Like a Man’: Masculinity, Subjection and Resistance in the Selling of Life Assurance. Gender, Work and Organization, January, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 1-21.

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Horowitz, Roger, and Philip B. Scranton. (eds.). (1999). Men and Masculinities, Special Issue: Boys and Their Toys, 2(2), October. Includes;.
Work, Play and Power: Masculine Culture on the Automotive Shop Floor, 1930-1960 / Stephen Meyer.
Rereading Man’s Conquest of Nature: Skill, Myths, and the Historical Construction of Masculinity in Western Extractive Industries / Nancy Quam-Wickham.
‘Building Better Men’: The CCC boy and the Changing Social Ideal of Manliness / Jeffrey Ryan Suzik.
Masculinity, Hierarchy, and the Auto Racing Fraternity: The Pit Stop as a Celebration of Social Roles / Ben A. Shackleford.
Everyday Peter Pans: Work, Manhood, and Consumption in Urban America, 1900-1930 / Woody Register.

Horowitz, Roger. (ed). (2001). Boys and their Toys: Masculinity, Class and Technology in America. (Hagley Center Studies in the History of Business and Technology) Routledge.
Introduction / Roger Horowitz.
1. Work, Play, and Power: Masculine Culture on the Automotive Shop Floor, 1930-1960 / Stephen Meyer.
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