January 10, 2013

Everyday Sociology Talk: Migration and Masculinity

 

Sociologist Josh LePree discuss how men who migrate negotiate and reconstruct their masculinity.

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Thanks! I think it is really time to fill the gap in contemporary scholarly conversations about gender and migration by focusing on the nexus of migration and masculinity.

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