Previous Chapter Chapter 13: Redesigning Men: Hegemonic Masculinity in Transition Next Chapter

Robert Hanke

In: Men, Masculinity, and the Media

Chapter 13: Redesigning Men: Hegemonic Masculinity in Transition

  • Citations
  • Add to My List
  • Text Size

Redesigning Men: Hegemonic Masculinity in Transition
Redesigning men: Hegemonic masculinity in transition
RobertHanke

Culture is a struggle for meanings as society is a struggle for power.

JohnFiske (1987a)

The struggle for meaning is here, and it is a struggle of and for political criticism …

StephenHeath (1990)

This chapter attempts to think through some issues pertaining to the critical cultural analysis of the representation of men and masculinity on American prime-time television. There are many pitfalls that arise in such an endeavor, and there is a need to be reflexive about the location from which one (in my case, as a white, male, heterosexual academic) speaks and writes about masculinity, or as Tulloch (1990, p. 6) has put it, the “desires, practices, assumptions and discourses which make up one's agency as ...

Looks like you do not have access to this content.

Login

Don’t know how to login?

Click here for free trial login.

Back to Top

Copy and paste the following HTML into your website