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MASCULINE. That which belongs to the male sex.
     2. The masculine sometimes includes the feminine, vide an example under the article Man, and see also the articles Gender, Worthiest of blood; Poth. Intr. au titre 16, des Testamens et Donations Testamentaires, n. 170; Ayl, Pand. 57; 4 C. & P. 216; S. C. 19 E. C. L. R. 551 3 Fred. Code, pr. 1, b. 1, t. 4, s. 3; 3 Brev. R. 9.

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McGinley, Feminist Legal Theory Meets Masculinities Theory, in MULTIDIMENSIONAL MASCULINITIES AND LAW: FEMINIST AND CRITICAL RACE APPROACHES, supra note 24.
Masculinities and Popular Music will become required (and highly pleasurable) reading for all those interested in pop music, musical representation, and construction of identity.
What is particularly illuminating in this analysis of different types of masculinities is the author's efforts to posit a homosocial context in which the caizi masculinity is constructed.
At its best, Staging Masculinities provides readings of the interrelations of drama and masculinity that are genuinely invigorating.
Nine Lives provides an account of the connection among adolescent masculinities, the body, peer abuse in schools, and violence.
Is there a specific Australian masculinity or a history of Australian masculinities that could be said to be in crisis?
Masculinities and femininities are best understood as gender projects, dynamic arrangements of social practice through time, in which we make ourselves -- and are made -- as particular kinds of human beings.
In such explorations, he argues, there is a deafening silence about the patriarchal interests which hegemonic masculinities protect and maintain, Connell's `patriarchal dividend'.
if we are to accept that many of the problems boys face at school are the result of unquestioning acceptance of traditional masculinities, and if we are to open up options for a greater diversity of ways of being male, then we need to address the constraints affecting boys' subject choices' (p.
Several years ago, when I began my study of Victorian masculinities, I went to a state-of-the-art academic bookstore in Harvard Square to buy Barbara Ehrenreich's Hearts of Men, an account of the relocation of manliness from suburban split-level to Playboy pad in '50s America.
Militarism couldn't rely on men from different countries to get along in allied armies simply because they shared masculinity; it required joint maneuvers and training courses, designed to translate diverse masculinities into standardized soldiering for the sake of an alliance.