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Unsustainable institutions of men : transnational dispersed centres, gender power, contradictions

Author: Jeff Hearn; Ernesto Vasquez del Aguila; Marina Hughson
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group 2019.
Series: Routledge advances in feminist studies and intersectionality.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jeff Hearn; Ernesto Vasquez del Aguila; Marina Hughson
ISBN: 9781351606226 1351606220
OCLC Number: 1078636499
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction: unsustainable institutions of men: Transnational dispersed centres and immanent contradictions; The FIFAization of institutions; Transnational centres: forms and contradictions; The (un)sustainability of institutions; Where does this book come from?; Key aims and features; Structure and summary of the book; Notes; References; PART I: Economy. . Interrogating transnational masculinities, fatherhood and the institutions of men: Rethinking gender equality in global finance and large international law firmsIntroduction; A note on the background studies and methodology; Contexts: approaching fatherhood in banking and law; Unpacking the father as good banker-lawyer; Concluding remarks; References; 2. The innovation ecosystem: Interrogating (trans)national gender (un)sustainability in the new business centre; Introduction; The (un)sustainability of the national and the innovation ecosystem; The (un)sustainability of gender in the entrepreneurialism of the innovation ecosystemData and discussion; Concluding discussion; Acknowledgement; Notes; References; 3. Transnational football's male elite: The unsustainability of FIFA?; Introduction; FIFAization: mega-events, power networks and authoritarian male leadership; FIFA: from modern to transnational organization; Blatter and beyond; Conclusion; Acknowledgement; References; 4. Hegemony self-critique: How men in finance question aspects of masculine and economic hegemony from within; Introduction: feminist contentions on hegemony self-critiqueQuestioning the financial sector from within: an analysis of autobiographies by insiders; Hegemony self-critique: elaborating the concept; Conclusion: conditions of possibility for emancipatory hegemony self-critique and coalitions; Notes; References; PART II: Politics; 5. The ends of imagination: Hindu nationalism, masculine networks and political transformation; Introduction: shadows of the past; Shadows of the present: the making of a virtual 'public sphere'; Shadow territories; The commercial impetus; The virtual nation; Notes; References 6. Intentional impossibility: Sustainable transnational (male) clientelism versus an unsustainable environment; Introduction; Transnational clientelism: top-down and bottom-up; Real problems and false solutions: contradictions, inversions and ambiguities; Conclusion: intentional impossibility; Acknowledgment; Notes; References; 7. Contradictory consciousness: Men and feminist activism in the Caribbean; Introduction; Men and gender consciousness; Coming to feminist consciousness; Feminist men and women's organizations; The role of international organizations and donor agencies; PART III. Technologies. Men, automobility, movements, and the environment; 'The performing rights of man'; Electronic pornography and the transnational assemblage of sexuality; Gender trouble in cyberwar; PART IV. Bodies. The dynamics of displacement; Transnational 'winner' masculinities; Men and masculinities offside?
Series Title: Routledge advances in feminist studies and intersectionality.
Responsibility: edited by Jeff Hearn, Ernesto Vasquez del Aguila and Marina Hughson.

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