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Changing Men and Masculinities in Latin America

by Matthew C. Gutmann

  • 315 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Duke University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Men"s studies,
  • Sexual behavior,
  • Men,
  • Social Science,
  • Gender Studies,
  • Sociology,
  • Central America,
  • Men"s Studies - Masculinity,
  • Anthropology/Ethnography,
  • Gender Studies/Feminist Theory,
  • Latin American Studies,
  • Masculinity,
  • Men"s Studies - General,
  • Identity,
  • Latin America

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages416
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9510318M
    ISBN 100822330229
    ISBN 109780822330226

    Maturing Masculinities: Aging, Chronic Illness, and Viagra in Mexico eBook: Wentzell, Emily A.: : Kindle Store/5(3).   Men in Latin America and the Caribbean feel unrelenting pressure to achieve and demonstrate consistent masculinity in all spheres of their lives. For example, the status a young man achieves when he can boast of sexual conquests is often more important than the feelings involved in a relationship with a woman, said Aguirre.

    While a growing number of North American authors have researched Latin American men and masculinities within Latin America as well as the experiences of Latin American men migrating to the United States, there has been little research on Cited by: 9. different ways with gender, men and masculinities, power and sexuality. Books by men with an explicit focus on masculinity are not new, and nor are feminist speculations on the re-lation of men to the Women's Liber-ation movement (WLM). A recent burst of publications, especially in North America, have placed a par-ticular emphasis on 'the new men's.

    manifestation of masculinity in Latin America remain: the first is the persistent centrality of sexual conquest in notions of real masculinity; the second is the fact that as an identity, masculinity remains a label affixed to men by men, what Nurse describes as manhood "affirmed through homosocial enactment and male validation" (8). Masculinity (also called manhood or manliness) is a set of attributes, behaviors, and roles associated with boys and gh masculinity is socially constructed, some research indicates that some behaviors considered masculine are biologically influenced. To what extent masculinity is biologically or socially influenced is subject to debate.


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Ranging from fatherhood to machismo and from public health to housework, Changing Men and Masculinities in Latin America. is a collection of pioneering studies of what it means to be a man in Latin America. Matthew C. Gutmann brings together essays by well-known U.S.

Latin Americanists and newly translated essays by noted Latin American scholars/5(4). Ranging from fatherhood to machismo and from public health to housework, Changing Men and Masculinities in Latin America is a collection of pioneering studies of what it means to be a man in Latin America.

Matthew C. Gutmann brings together essays by well-known U.S. Latin Americanists and newly translated essays by noted Latin American by: Ranging from fatherhood to machismo and from public health to housework, Changing Men and Masculinities in Latin America.

is a collection of pioneering studies of what it means to be a man in Latin America. Matthew C. Gutmann brings together essays by well-known U.S. Latin Americanists and newly translated essays by noted Latin American scholars.

Ranging from fatherhood to machismo and from public health to housework, Changing Men and Masculinities in Latin America is a collection of pioneering studies of what it means to be a man in Latin America.

Matthew C. Gutmann brings together essays by well-known U.S. Latin Americanists and newly translated essays by noted Latin American scholars. Ranging from fatherhood to machismo and from public health to housework, Changing Men and Masculinitiesin Latin America is a collection of pioneering studies of what it means to be a man in Latin America.

Matthew C. Gutmann brings together essays by well-known U.S. Latin Americanists and newly translated essays by noted Latin American scholars.

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Gutmann. Get this from a library. Changing men and masculinities in Latin America. [Matthew C Gutmann;] -- This collection of pioneering studies reflects on what it is to be male in modern Latin America. Demonstrating that attention to masculinities does not thwart feminism, the contributors illuminate.

Ranging from fatherhood to machismo and from public health to housework, Changing Men and Masculinities in Latin America is a collection of pioneering studies of what it means to be a man in Latin America.

Matthew C. Gutmann brings together essays by well-known U.S. Latin Americanists and newly translated essays by noted Latin American : Duke University Press. Request PDF | On Jan 1,Matthew C. Gutmann and others published Changing Men and Masculinities in Latin America | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

Get this from a library. Changing men and masculinities in Latin America. [Matthew C Gutmann;] -- Essays drawn from a variety of disciplines both review and challenge current understandings of masculinity in Latin America. "Changing Men and Masculinities in Latin America stands on the frontier of gender studies.

Its interdisciplinarity, broad historical scope, and multicountry coverage portray well the diversity of masculinities in Latin America."-Elizabeth Dore, coeditor of Hidden Histories of Gender and the State in Latin America "The essays in this volume represent a significant advance for /5(15).

Similar Items. Changing men and masculinities in Latin America / Published: () In the land of God and man: confronting our sexual culture / by: Paternostro, Silvana. Published: (). Book Chapter Introduction: Discarding Manly Dichotomies in Latin America. By Matthew C. Gutmann. Read "Changing Men and Masculinities in Latin America" by Mara Viveros Vigoya available from Rakuten Kobo.

Ranging from fatherhood to machismo and from public health to housework, Changing Men and Masculinities in Latin America Brand: Duke University Press. Borrow it Toggle Dropdown Albert D. Cohen Management Library; Architecture/Fine Arts Library; Archives and Special Collections; Bibliothèque Alfred-Monnin (Université de Saint-Boniface).

She states, “ It appears that Latino men, like White men, live in a culture of ‘‘masculinities’’ in which each man expresses his maleness in a unique way, as a blend of mainstream cultural expectations along with alternative features or behaviors” (3).

Like any other culture, there is a mixture of positive and negative attributes. Masculinities and Femininities in Latin America’s Uneven Development By Susan Paulson Routledge: New York and Abingdon UK, In this ambitious book Paulson proposes a radical paradigmatic shift to overcome gaps, biases and invisibilities resulting from the way gender has been understood within sustainable development.

A Courtship After Marriage: Sexuality and Love in Mexican Transnational Families. Jennifer S. Hirsch. Los Angeles: University of California Press. ISBN: $ (paper). Changing Men and Masculinities in Latin America. Matthew C. Gutmann (Ed.).

Maturing Masculinities is a nuanced exploration of how older men in urban Mexico incorporate aging, chronic illness, changing social relationships, and decreasing erectile function into their conceptions of themselves as men. It is based on interviews that Emily A. Wentzell conducted with more than male patients in the urology clinic of a government-run hospital Pages:.

Carrillo, Hector G./ Neither Machos nor Maricones: Masculinity and Emerging Male Homosexual Identities in ng Men and Masculinities in Latin America. editor / Matthew C Gutmann. Cited by: Masculinities are always 'incomplete' and exist in various forms including men's power over women, other men, their own bodies and over "machines and technology" ( Author: Lynne Segal.

Machismo, a stereotype that emphasizes hypermasculinity and associated with the Latin American male, was a legacy of the Conquest of the Spanish conquistadores and their interpretation of and reaction to the indigenous two-spirit. It was the product of the rape of indigenous women, the response to indigenous imperial ritual, and the sublimation of Cited by: