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Masculinity Studies - An Interdisciplinary Approach

Feyza Bhatti

Girne American University

Dr. Feyza Bhatti is a social science researcher in gender studies, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics, Director of Gender Studies, Vice Director of Graduate Studies, and a researcher at Girne American University.

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Masculinity Gender Order Intrahousehold Relationship Gender Stereotype Manhood Gender Inequality Heterosexuality Feminist Theory Queer Theory Patriarchal Dividend Fatherhood Gender Identity

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In a world in which gender order continues to extend privilege to men over women, the quest to understand (re)production of masculinities remains at the heart of the gender and queer studies, and is more pertinent than ever due to exacerbating gender inequalities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Masculinities are produced and reproduced through our daily interactions and within the larger institutions of society. They vary historically, culturally, and contextually.

This book intends to bring together theoretical perspectives and empirical research on men and masculinities in local and transnational contemporary societies. It is concerned with the gender order and the social construction of what it means to be “a man”, including the patterns of behavior related to men’s position in a given set of gender roles and relations in specific contexts, cultures, and times (also including COVID-19 pandemic). Employing an interdisciplinary approach, the book aims to cover (re)production and representations of hegemonic masculinities and gender relations in a range of social contexts including education, workplace, family, society, sports, technology, and media, and within a broader range of topics including identity, body, sexuality, age, culture, and class.

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Date completed: September 8th 2021

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Deadline for chapter proposals: October 6th 2021

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Deadline for full chapters: December 5th 2021

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Review results due: February 23rd 2022

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Expected publication date: April 24th 2022

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Feyza Bhatti

Girne American University

Dr. Feyza Bhatti received her BA and MS in Economics, and thereafter her PhD degree in Sociology from University of Edinburgh. She is currently the Vice Dean of Faculty of Business and Economics, Director of the Center for Gender Studies, and Vice Director of Graduate Studies and Research at the Girne American University. She is a mixed-methods social science researcher with substantive experience and interest in gender studies, focusing on understanding the gendered workplace experiences of women and marginalized groups in developing countries. She has authored/co-authored 20 publications in internationally refereed journals and books.

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