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Michael S. Kimmel

In: Handbook of Studies on Men & Masculinities

Chapter 24: Globalization and its Mal(e)contents: The Gendered Moral and Political Economy of Terrorism

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Globalization and its Mal(e)contents: The Gendered Moral and Political Economy of Terrorism
Globalization and its mal(e)contents: The gendered moral and political economy of terrorism
Michael S.Kimmel

The chief social basis of radicalism has been the peasants and the smaller artisans in the towns. From these facts one may conclude that the wellsprings of human freedom lie not where Marx saw them, in the aspirations of classes about to take power, but perhaps even more in the dying wail of a class over whom the wave of progress is about to roll.

—Barrington Moore (1966, p. 505)

Globalization changes masculinities, reshaping the arena in which national and local masculinities are articulated, and transforming the shape of men's lives. Globalization disrupts and reconfigures traditional, neocolonial, or other national, regional, or local ...

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