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Conway, Daniel. (2012). Masculinities, Militarisation and the End Conscription Campaign: War Resistance in Apartheid South Africa. Manchester University Press.

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Duncanson, C. (2009). Forces for Good? Narratives of Military Masculinity in Peacekeeping Operations. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 11(1): 63-80.

Duncanson, C. (2010). Do Forces for Good Contain Real Men?  Military Masculinities in the British Army on Operations Other Than War. In War, Ethics and Justice: New Perspectives on a Post-9/11 World by Annika Bergman-Rosamond & Mark Phythian (eds) (Routledge).

Duncanson, C. (2013). Forces for Good? Military Masculinities and Peacebuilding in Afghanistan and Iraq. Palgrave Macmillan.

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Fox, John, and Pease, Bob (2012) Military deployment, masculinity and trauma: reviewing the connections. Journal of Men’s Studies, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 16-31.

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Goldstein, Joshua S. (2001). War and Gender: How Gender Shapes the War System and Vice Versa. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Contents;
A puzzle: the cross-cultural consistency of gender roles in war.
Women warriors: the historical record of female combatants.
Bodies: the biology of individual gender.
Groups: bonding, hierarchy, and social identity.
Heroes: the making of militarized masculinity.
Conquests: sex, rape, and exploitation in wartime.
Reflections: the mutuality of gender and war.

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Gray, J. Glenn. The Warriors: Reflections on Men in Battle.

Gustavsen, E. (2013). Equal treatment or equal opportunity? Male attitudes towards women in the Norwegian and US armed forces. Acta Sociologica, 56(4), 361-374.

Hale, H. C. (2008). The Development of British Military Masculinities through Symbolic Resources. Culture Psychology, 14(3): 305-332.

Hearn, Jeff. (2011). Men/Masculinities: War/Militarism - Searching (for) the Obvious Connections? In: Making Gender, Making War: Violence, Military and Peacekeeping Practices, New York, USA: Routledge, pp. 35-48.

Higate, P. (2003). Military Masculinities: Identity and the State. New York: Greenwood

Higate, P. (2012). Drinking Vodka From The ‘Butt-Crack’: Men, Masculinities And Fratriarchy In The Private Militarized Security Company. International Feminist Journal Of Politics, 14(4), 450-469.

Higate, Paul R. (2006). Military Institutions. In Flood, M, Gardiner, JK, Pease, B and Pringle, K (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Men and Masculinities, (pp. 442-442), Routledge.

Higate, Paul R. (2007) Peacekeepers, Masculinities, and Sexual Exploitation. Men and Masculinities, July, 10(1): 99-119.  

Higate, Paul R. (2007). Revealing the Soldier: Peacekeeping and Prostitution. In Herdt, G and Howe, C (Eds.), 21st Century Sexualities: Contemporary Issues in Health, Education and Rights, (pp. 198-202), Routledge.

Higate, Paul R. (ed.). (2003). Military Masculinities. New York: Praeger.

Higate, Paul R., and J. Hopton. (2004). War, militarism and masculinities. In Connell, RW, Hearn, J and Kimmel, M (Eds.), The Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities, (pp. 432-447), New York: Sage.

Honig, Bonnie. (2001). Foreign bridges, family ties, and new world masculinity. pp. 86-91; IN: Honig, Bonnie; Democracy and the Foreigner; Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press.

Hooper, Charlotte. (2001). Manly States: Masculinities, International Relations, and Gender Politics. New York: Columbia University Press.
Pt. 1. Theorizing Masculinities.
Ch. 1. The Construction of Gender Identity.
Ch. 2. Masculinities and Masculinism.
Pt. 2. Masculinities, IR, and Gender Politics.
Ch. 3. Masculinities in International Relations.
Ch. 4. The Economist’s Masculine Credentials.
Ch. 5. The Economist, Globalization, and Masculinities.
Ch. 6. The Economist/IR Intertext.
Conclusion: IR and the (Re)Making of Hegemonic Masculinity.

Hopton, John. (1999). Militarism, masculinism and managerialisation in the British Public Sector. Journal of Gender Studies, 8(1), March.

Hutchings, K. (2008). Making Sense of Masculinity and War. Men and Masculinities, 10(4): 389-404.

International Feminist Journal of Politics, Vol. 14, No. 4, Dec 2012;
Rethinking Masculinity and Practices of Violence in Conflict Settings / Paul Kirby & Marsha Henry.
Drinking Vodka from the ‘Butt-Crack’ / Paul Higate.
Fashioning the Gentlemanly State / Ruth Streicher.
Looking Beyond Violent Militarized Masculinities / Luisa Maria Dietrich Ortega.
‘Cowboy’ Policing versus ‘the Softer Stuff’ / Marianne Bevan & Megan H. MacKenzie.
Muscular Interventionism / Maria O’Reilly.
CONVERSATIONS
Militarism, Patriarchy and Peace Movements / Cynthia Cockburn & Cynthia Enloe.
Militarized Masculinities and the Erasure of Violence / Aaron Belkin & Terrell Carver.
BOOK REVIEWS
Annica Kronsell. Gender, Sex, and the Postnational Defense: Militarism and Peacekeeping / Catherine Baker.
Aaron Belkin. Bring Me Men: Military Masculinity and the Benign Façade of American Empire, 1898–2001 / Stephanie Szitanyi.
Elisabetta Ruspini, Jeff Hearn, Bob Pease and Keith Pringle (eds). Men and Masculinities Around the World. Transforming Men’s Practices / Penny Griffin.
Melissa T. Brown. Enlisting Masculinity: The Construction of Gender in U.S. Military Recruiting Advertising during the All-Volunteer Force / Amanda Conroy.
Janie L. Leatherman. Sexual Violence and Armed Conflict / Harriet Gray.
Raewyn Connell. Confronting Equality: Gender, Knowledge and Global Change / Angelique Bletsas.

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 Karpinski, E. C. (2008). En-trenched Manhood: War and Constructions of Masculinity in George Orwell’s Homage to Catalonia. Men and Masculinities, 10(5): 523-537.

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Kimmel, Michael, Jeff Hearn, and R.W. Connell. (eds.). (2005). The Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Includes;
23. Nation / Joane Nagel, University of Kansas
24. Globalization and Its Mal(e)contents: The Gendered Moral and Political Economy of Terrorism / Michael Kimmel, SUNY Stony Brook
25. War, Militarism, and Masculinities / Paul Higate, University of Bristol and John Hopton, University of Manchester.

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Men, masculinities and war.
Women making peace.
Women in the wars.

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Zarkov, Dubravka & Cynthia Cockburn (eds.). (2002). The Postwar Moment: Militaries, Masculinities and International Peacekeeping. London: Lawrence & Wishart.