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TITLE INFORMATION


Editors: Ingrid Lander, Signe Ravn, and Nina Jon

Title: Masculinities in the Criminological Field

Subtitle: Control, Vulnerability and Risk-Taking

Place: Farnham and Burlington, VT

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing

Year: 2014

Pages: 268pp.

ISBN-13: 9781472410139 (hbk.) – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat | ISBN-13: 9781472410153 (EPUB) – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat | ISBN-13: 9781472410146 (PDF) – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat

Language: English

Keywords: Modern History: 20th Century



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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


Editors:

Ingrid Lander, Kriminologiska institutionen (Department of Criminology), Stockholm universitet (Stockholm University)

Signe Ravn, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of MelbourneAcademia.edu, ResearchGate

Contents:

  Notes on Contributors (p. vii)
  Acknowledgments (p. xi)
  Introduction: Why a Nordic Anthology on Masculinities and Crime? (p. 1)
Ingrid Lander, Signe Ravn and Nina Jon
  Part I   Negotiating Masculinities in Institutional Settings
  1 Transforming Cowboy Masculinity into Appropriate Masculinity (p. 19)
Nina Jon
  2 Doving Masculinity in Youth Institutions (p. 39)
Tove Pettersson
  3 'Be a Man. Not a Bitch.' Snitching, the Inmate Code and the Narrative Reconstruction of Masculinity in a Norwegian Prison (p. 57)
Thomas Ugelvik
  4 Doing the Right Masculinities Right: The Police Force as Gendered Practices (p. 71)
Ingrid Lander
  5 The Construction of an Accepted Masculinity: Castration in High Security Psychiatric Institutions in Norway 1923-1945 (p. 89)
Eivind Myhre and Øyvind Thomassen
  Part II   Vulnerable Masculinites
  6 Masculinity and Victimization: Young Men's Talk about Being Victims of Violent Crime (p. 113)
Veronika Burcar
  7 Armoured Toughness? Multicultural Group Relationships and Crime among Young Men (p. 131)
Päivi Honkatukia and Leena Suurpää
  8 The Narrative of Masculinity in False Reports of Rape: Victimization and the Question of Criminal Masculinities (p. 149)
Marie Bruvik Heinskou
  9 Sexualized War Violence: Subversive Victimization and Ignored Perpetrators (p. 165)
Anette Bringedal Houge
  Part III   On the Edge of Control: Risk Taking and Masculinities
  10 The Dangerous Other? Towards a Contextual Approach to Men's Risk-Taking with Motor Vehicles (p. 187)
Dag Balkmar and Tanja Joelsson
  11 Virtuous Fighting in Poker Gambling (p. 203)
Simon Simonsen
  12 Along the Lines of Boys and Girls: Masculinity at Play in Young Women's Drug Use (p. 213)
Sidsel Kirstine Harder adn Signe Ravn
  13 Sex, Drugs and Masculinities: A Life-Course Perspective (p. 231)
Lotta Pettersson and Christoffer Carlsson (p. 231)
  Index (p. 253)

Editions: Lander, Ingrid, et al., eds. Masculinities in the Criminological Field: Control, Vulnerability and Risk-Taking. London 2016. – Bibliographic Entry: Info

Reviews:

Burtch, Brian, and Sarah Yercich. Canadian Criminal Justice Association (2015). – Full Text: Canadian Criminal Justice Association (Free Access)

Dearey, Melissa. Criminal Justice Review 40(4) (December 2015): 525-527. – Full Text: SAGE Journals (Restricted Access)

Gadd, David. The British Journal of Criminology 55(4) (2015): 836-839. – Full Text: Oxford University Press (Restricted Access)

Groombridge, Nic. The Howard Journal of Crime and Justice 54(4) (September 2015): 404-405. – Full Text: Wiliey Online Library (Restricted Access)