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Series Editor’s Foreword / Kimmel, Michael S.
1. Studying Sport, Men, and Masculinities From Feminist Standpoints / McKay, Jim; Messner, Michael A; Sabo, Donald F.
Pt. 1. Everyday Constructions of Hegemonic Masculinity.
2. Wrestling With Gender: Physicality and Masculinities Among Inner-City First and Second Graders / Hasbrook, Cynthia A.; Harris, Othello.
3. Moms, Sisters, and Ladies: Women Student Trainers in Men’s Intercollegiate Sport / Walk, Stephan R.
4. The Morality/Manhood Paradox: Masculinity, Sport, and the Media / Dworkin, Shari Lee; Wachs, Faye Linda.
5. Dueling Machos: Masculinity and Sport in Mexican Baseball / Klein, Alan M.
Pt. 2. Men’s Violence and Sport.
6. “Be a Buddy to Your Buddy”: Male Identity, Aggression, and Intimacy in a Boxing Gym / de Garis, Laurence.
7. Researching Sports Injury: Reconstructing Dangerous Masculinities / Young, Kevin; White, Philip.
8. Domestic Violence and Televised Athletic Events: “It’s a Man Thing” / Sabo, Donald F; Gray, Philip M; Moore, Linda A.
9. Athletic Affiliation and Violence Against Women: Toward a Structural Prevention Project / Crosset, Todd W.
10. Booze and Bar Fights: A Journey to the Dark Side of College Athletics / Curry, Timothy Jon.
11. After the War? Soccer, Masculinity, and Violence in Northern Ireland / Bairner, Alan.
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2: The Men’s Cultural Centre: Sports and the Dynamic of Women’s Oppression/Men’s Repression / Bruce Kidd.
3: Masculinity, Sexuality, and the Development of Early Modern Sport / Todd Crosset.
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PART II: Contemporary Research.
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7: Masculinities and Athletic Careers: Bonding and Status Differences / Michael A. Messner.
8: ‘Cool Pose’: Black Masculinity and Sports / Richard Majors.
9: Football Ritual and the Social Reproduction of Masculinity / Don Sabo and Joe Panepinto.
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11: Gay Jocks: A Phenomenology of Gay Men in Athletics / Brian Pronger.
12: Male Cheerleaders and the Naturalization of Gender / Laurel R. Davis.
13: Women Coaching Male Athletes / Ellen J. Staurowsky.
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