Masculinities, Structure, and Hegemony
Chapter from The Routledge Companion to Criminological Theory and Concepts.
A comprehensive one-stop reference text, this Companion will find a place on every bookshelf, whether it be that of a budding scholar or a seasoned academic. Comprising over a hundred concise and authoritative essays written by leading scholars in the field, this volume explains in a clear and inviting way the emergence, context, evolution and current status of key criminological theories and conceptual themes. The Companion is divided into six historical and thematic parts, each introduced by the editors and containing a selection of accessible and engaging short essays written specifically for this text: Foundations of Criminological Thought and Contemporary Revitalizations; The Emergence and Growth of American Criminology; From Appreciation to Critique; Late Critical Criminologies and New Directions; Punishment and Security; Geographies of Crime Comprehensive cross-referencing between entries will provide the reader with signposts to later developments, to critiques and to associated theoretical developments explored within the book and lists of further reading in every entry will encourage independent thinking and study. This book is an essential reference to criminology students at all levels and is the perfect companion for courses on criminological theory.
New York, NY
crime, gender, structured-action theory, hegomenic masculinity
Criminology | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Sociology
Messerschmidt, James B. PhD and Tomsen, Stephen PhD, "Masculinities, Structure, and Hegemony" (2016). Faculty and Staff Books. 175.