f) Men’s fashion and clothing

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Barber, K. (2008). The Well-Coiffed Man: Class, Race, and Heterosexual Masculinity in the Hair Salon. Gender & Society, 22(4): 455-476.

Barber, Kristen (year?). Styling Masculinity: Gender, Class, and Inequality in the Men’s Grooming Industry. Rutgers University Press.

Barry, B. (2018?). (Re)Fashioning Masculinity: Social Identity and Context in Men’s Hybrid Masculinities through Dress. Gender & Society, 0(0), 0891243218774495.

Barry, Ben, and Dylan Martin. (2016). Fashionably Fit: Young Men’s Dress Decisions and Appearance Anxieties, TEXTILE.

Boroughs, M., G. Cafri, and J. K. Thompson. (2005). Male Body Depilation: Prevalence and Associated Features of Body Hair Removal. Sex Roles, 52(9-10): 637-644.

Boscagli, Maurizia. (1996). Eye on the Flesh: Fashions of Masculinity in the Early Twentieth Century. Westview Press.

Breward, Christopher. (1999). The Hidden Consumer: Masculinities, Fashion and City Life 1860-1914. Manchester University Press.

Breward, Christopher. (2001). Fashioning Masculinity: Men’s Footwear and Modernity. pp. 116-134; IN: Shari Benstock and Suzanne Ferriss. (eds.). Foot on Shoes. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press.

Bunkin, Helen, and Randall Williams. (2000). Beards, Beards, Beards! Green Street Press.

Casanova, E. M. d., Wetzel, E. E., & Speice, T. D. (2016). Looking at the label: White-collar men and the meanings of “metrosexual”. Sexualities, 19(1-2), 64-82.

Casanova, E. M. d., Wetzel, E. E., & Speice, T. D. (2016). Looking at the Label: White-Collar Men and the Meanings of “Metrosexual”. Sexualities, 19(1-2), 64-82.

Cash, Thomas F. (1990). Losing Hair, Losing Points? The Effects of Male Pattern Baldness on Social Impression Formation. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 20(2).

Castro Sandúa, M., & Mara, L.C. (2014). The Social Nature of Attractiveness: How to Shift Attraction from the Dominant Traditional to Alternative Masculinities. International and Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Sciences, 3(2), 182-206. doi:10.4471/rimcis.2014.36.

Chenoune, Farid. (year?). A History of Men’s Fashion.

Cheong, H. F., & Kaur, S. (2015). Legitimising male grooming through packaging discourse: a linguistic analysis. Social Semiotics, 25(3), 364-385.

Cole, S. (2000). “Macho Man”: Clones and the Development of a Masculine Stereotype. Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture, 4(2), 125-140.

De Buzzaccarini, Vittoria. (1997). Men’s Coats. (Twentieth Century-Histories of Fashion Series).

De Casanova, Erynn Masi. (2015). Buttoned Up: Clothing, conformity, and white-collar masculinity. Ithaca and London: ILR Press.

Diamond, A. (2001). Rethinking Culture on the Streets: Agency, Masculinity, and Style in the American City. Journal of Urban History, 27(5): 669-685.

Folledore, Giuliano. (1997). Men’s Hats. (Twentieth Century Histories of Fashion Series).

Frith, Hannah, and Kate Gleeson. (2004). Clothing and Embodiment: Men Managing Body Image and Appearance. Psychology of Men & Masculinity. 5(1):40-48, January.

Galilee, John. (2002). Class Consumption: Understanding Middle-Class Young Men and their Fashion Choices. Men and Masculinities, 5(1), July.

Hayward, Catherine, and Bill Dunn. (2001). Man About Town: The Changing Face of the Modern Male. Hamlyn

Honeyman, Katrina. (2002). Following Suit: Men, Masculinity and Gendered Practices in the Clothing Trade in Leeds, England, 1890-1940. Gender & History, Volume 14 Issue 3, pp. 426-446, Nov.

Kingwell M. (2000). Being Dandy: A Sort of Manifesto (Clothing, uniforms, fashion, gender, culture, masculinity). Queen’s Quarterly. 107(3):328-352, Fall.

Kuchta, David. (1990). ‘Graceful, Virile, and Useful:’ The Origins of the Three-Piece Suit. Dress: The Journal of the Costume Society of America.

Kuchta, David. (1993). The Semiotics of Masculinity in Renaissance England. In Sexuality and Gender in Early Modern Europe: Institutions, Texts, Images, ed. James Turner (Cambridge University Press).

Kuchta, David. (1996). The Making of the Self-Made Man: Class, Clothing, and English Masculinity, 1688-1832. In The Sex of Things: Gender and Consumption in Historical Perspective, ed. Victoria de Grazia (University of California Press).

Kuchta, David. (2002). The Three-Piece Suit and Modern Masculinity: England, 1550-1850. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Luciano, Lynne. (2001). Looking Good: Male Body Image in Modern America. Hill & Wang Publishing.

Malossi, Giannino. (ed). (2000). Material Man: Masculinity Sexuality Style. Harry N Abrams.

Martin, Richard, and Harold Koda. (year?). Jocks and Nerds: Men’s Style in the Twentieth Century. Rizzoli.

Miner, D. A. (2009). Provocations on sneakers: The multiple significations of athletic shoes, sport, race, and masculinity. CR: The New Centennial Review, 9(2), 73-107.

Mosher, Jerry. (2001). Setting free the bears: refiguring fat man on television. In Bodies Out of Bounds: Fatness and Transgression, edited by Jana Evans Braziel and Kathleen LeBesco, pp. 166-193. University of California Press, Berkeley.

Peacock, John. (1996). Men’s Fashion: The Complete Sourcebook.

Scheibling, C., & Lafrance, M. (2019). Man up but Stay Smooth: Hybrid Masculinities in Advertising for Men’s Grooming Products. The Journal of Men’s Studies, 0(0), 1060826519841473. 10.1177/1060826519841473

Shannon, B. (2004). ReFashioning Men: Fashion, Masculinity, and the Cultivation of the Male Consumer in Britain, 1860-1914. Victorian Studies, 46(4): 597.

Weltzien, Friedrich. (2005). Masque-ulinities: Changing Dress as a Display of Masculinity in the Superhero Genre. Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture, Volume 9, Number 2, June, pp. 229-250.