Professor Jeff Hearn Publications 

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Professor Jeff Hearn Publications 

a) Authored Books

  1. Birth and Afterbirth: A Materialist Account, Achilles Heel, London, 1983, 60 pp.
  1. 'Sex' at 'Work'. The Power and Paradox of Organisation Sexuality, with W. Parkin, Wheatsheaf, Brighton; St. Martin's Press, New York, January 1987, 214 pp.
  1. The Gender of Oppression. Men, Masculinity and the Critique of Marxism, Wheatsheaf, Brighton; St. Martin's Press, New York, July, 1987, 254 pp.
  1. Studying Men and Masculinity. A Sourcebook of Resources and Materials, with D. Ford, Applied Social Studies Publication 1, University of Bradford, Bradford, 1988, 1989, 1991, 48 pp.
  1. Men in the Public Eye. The Construction and Deconstruction of Public Men and Public Patriarchies, Routledge, London/New York, 1992, 310 pp.
  1. 'Sex' at 'Work'. The Power and Paradox of Organisation Sexuality, Revised and Updated, with W. Parkin, Prentice Hall/Harvester Wheatsheaf, London and New York; St. Martin’s Press, New York, 1995, 264 pp.
  1. The Violences of Men. How Men Talk About and How Agencies Respond to Men's Violence to Women, Sage, London, 1998, 280 pp.

Contracted and in preparation

  1. Unspoken Forces: Gender, Sexuality, Violence and Organizational Worlds, with W.Parkin, Sage, London, 1999.
  1. Women, Men and Gender Relations: An Introductory Textbook, with M. Maynard, Polity, Cambridge, 2000.
  1. Edited Books and Special Journal Issues
  1. Co-editor The Sexuality of Organization with G. Burrell, D. Sheppard, P. Tancred-Sherriff, Sage, London/Beverly Hills, Ca., 1989 215pp.
  1. Guest Editor Men, Masculinities and Leadership. Changing Patterns and New Initiatives Special Issue Equal Opportunities International, Vol.8(1), 1989.
  1. Co-editor with The Violence Against Children Study Group Taking Child Abuse Seriously, Unwin Hyman, London, 1990; Routledge; London, 1993, 257pp.
  1. Co-editor with D.H.J. Morgan Men, Masculinities and Social Theory, Unwin Hyman, London/Boston Mass. 1990 260pp.
  1. Co-editor with D. Quill, J. Wynne, W. Lacy, T. Myers, H. Riches and M. Wright Offender Victim Mediation Handbook , Care and Justice/West Yorkshire Probation Service, Leeds, 1993, 196pp.
  1. Co-editor with B. Fawcett, B. Featherstone and C. Toft Violence and Gender Relations: Theories and Interventions, Sage, London, 1996, 207 pp.
  1. Co-editor with D.L. Collinson Men as Managers, Managers as Men. Critical Perspectives on Men, Masculinities and Managements, Sage, London, 1996, 285 pp.
  1. Co-editor with J. Edwards and J. Popay, Men, Gender Divisions and Welfare, Routledge, London, 1998, 347 pp.
  1. Special Issue Editor, Qualitative Studies on Ambiguity, Contradiction and Paradox, Gender, Work and Organization, Vol. 5(1), 1998.
  1. Consuming Cultures: Power and Resistance with S. Roseneil (British Sociological Association Conference Volume), Macmillan, London; St. Martin’s Press, New York, 1999.
  1. Transforming Politics: Power and Resistance with P. Bagguley (British Sociological Association Conference Volume), Macmillan, London; St. Martin’s Press, New York, 1999.

In press

  1. Co-editor with The Violence Against Children Study Group Children, Child Abuse and Child Protection: Placing Children Centrally, John Wiley, London, 1999.

In preparation

  1. Special Issue Editor, with A. Witz and D. Knights, Gender and Organization Theory, Gender, Work and Organization, Vol.6, 1999.

23. Hard Work in the Academy: Research and Interventions on Gender Inequalities in Higher Education, co-edited with P. Fogelberg, L. Husu and T. Mankkinen, Helsinki University Press, Helsinki, 1999.

  1. The Handbook of Men and Masculinities, co-edited with R. W. Connell and M. Kimmel, Sage, Thousand Oaks, Ca., 2000 (in negotiation).

Please note Other Editorships of journals and book series are listed below in section m).

d) Chapters in Books

  1. 'Planning under difficulties: the move to decrementalism' with I. Roberts, in K. Jones (ed.) The Yearbook of Social Policy in Britain 1975, Routledge and Kegan Paul, London,

1976 pp. 3-18.

26. 'Decrementalism: the practice of cuts and the theory of planning' in P. Healey, G. McDougall and M. Thomas (eds.) Planning Theory in the 80s, Pergamon, Oxford, 1982, pp. 161-179.

27. 'Revision games for social science teaching' in R. Gomm and D. McNeil (eds.) Handbook for Sociology Teachers, Heinemann, London, 1982, pp. 251-254.

  1. 'Planning the personal social services' with N. Small, in C. Jones and J. Stevenson (eds.) The Yearbook of Social Policy in Britain 1983 , Routledge and Kegan Paul, London 1984, pp. 140-155.

29. 'Men's sexuality at work' in A. Metcalf and M. Humphries (eds.) The Sexuality of Men, Pluto, London, 1985, pp. 110-128.

  1. 'Patriarchy, professionalisation and the semi-professions' in C. Ungerson (ed.) Women and Social Policy, Macmillan, London, 1985, pp. 190-206.

31. 'Frauen, Männer und Führung' (Women, Men and Leadership) with P.W. Parkin, in A. Kieser, G. Reber and R. Wundurer (eds.) Handwörterbuch der Führung (The Handbook/Encyclopaedia of Leadership) C.E. Poeschel, Stuttgart, 1987, pp. 326-340.

32. 'Women, men and leadership: a critical review of assumptions, practices and change in the industrialized nations' with P.W. Parkin, in N. Adler and D. Izraeli (eds.) Women in Management Worldwide, M.E. Sharpe, New York, 1988, pp. 17-40.

33. 'Policy-formation through simulation and communication' with J. Klabbers, in D. Crookall and D. Saunders (eds.) Communication and Simulation; From Two Fields to One Theme, Multilingual Matters, Clevedon, 1988, pp. 236-246.

34. ‘The sexuality of organization’ with G. Burrell, in J. Hearn, D. Sheppard, P.Tancred-Sheriff and G. Burrell (eds.) The Sexuality of Organization,, Sage, London,/Newbury Park, Ca., 1989, pp. 1-28.

  1. ‘The sexuality of organization: a postscript' with D. Sheppard, P. Tancred-Sheriff and G. Burrell in J. Hearn, D. Sheppard, P. Tancred-Sheriff and G. Burrell (eds.) The Sexuality of Organization, Sage, London/Newbury Park, Ca., 1989, pp. 178-181.
  1. 'Child abuse, social theory and everyday state practices' with W. Parkin, in J. Hudson and B. Galaway (eds.) The State as Parent. International Research Perspectives on Interventions with Young Persons, Kluwer, Dordecht, Netherlands, 1989, pp. 229-236.
  1. ‘Introduction' with The Violence Against Children Study Group in The Violence Against Children Study Group Taking Child Abuse Seriously. Contemporary Issues in Child Protection Theory and Practice, Unwin Hyman, London/Boston, Mass., 1990, Reprinted Routledge, London, 1993, pp. 1-6.
  1. "Child abuse' and men's violence' in The Violence Against Children Study Group. Taking Child Abuse Seriously. Contemporary Issues in Child Protection Theory and Practice, Unwin Hyman, London/Boston, Mass., 1990, Reprinted Routledge. London, 1993, pp. 63-85.

39. ‘State organisations and men's sexuality in the public domain 1870-1920' in L. Jamieson and H. Corr (eds.) The State, Private Life and Political Change, Macmillan, London, 1990. pp. 50-72.

40. 'Men, masculinities and social theory' with D.H.J. Morgan, in J. Hearn and D.H.J. Morgan (eds.) Men, Masculinities and Social Theory, Unwin Hyman, London/Boston, Mass., 1990, pp. 1-17.

41. 'The critique of men' with D.H.J. Morgan, in J. Hearn and D.H.J. Morgan (eds.) Men, Masculinities and Social Theory, Unwin Hyman, London and Boston, Mass., 1990, pp. 203-205.

42. 'Gender: biology, nature and capitalism' in T. Carver (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Marx, Cambridge University Press, New York, 1991, pp. 222-245.

43. 'The Transatlantic gaze: masculinities, youth and the American Imaginary' with A. Melechi, in S. Craig (ed.) Men, Masculinity and the Media, Sage, Newbury Park, Ca./London, 1992, pp. 215-232.

44. 'The personal, the political, the theoretical: the case of men's sexualities and sexual violences' in D. Porter (ed.) Between Men and Feminism, Routledge, London/New York, 1992, pp. 161-181.

45. 'Gender and organizations: a selective review and a critique of a neglected area' with P.W. Parkin, in A. Mills and P. Tancred (eds.) Gendering Organizational Analysis, Sage, Newbury Park, Ca., 1992, pp. 46-66.

46. 'Sexuality and social work organisations' with E. Harlow and P.W. Parkin, in P. Carter, T. Jeffs and M. Smith (eds.) Changing Social Work and Social Welfare 1991 Open University Press, Milton Keynes, 1992, pp. 131-143.

47. 'Emotive subjects: organizational men, organizational masculinities and the deconstruction of 'emotions' in S. Fineman (ed.) Emotion in Organizations Sage, London/Newbury Park, Ca., 1993, pp. 148-166.

48. 'Organizations, multiple oppressions and postmodernism' with P.W. Parkin, in J. Hassard and M. Parker (eds.) Postmodernism and Organizations, Sage, London/Newbury Park, Ca., 1993, pp. 148-162.

49. 'Theorizing unities and differences between men and between masculinities' with D.L. Collinson, in H. Brod and M. Kaufman (eds.) Theorizing Masculinities, Sage, Newbury Park, Ca., 1993, pp. 148-162.

50. 'Frauen, Männer und Führung' with W. Parkin, in A. Kieser, G. Reber and R. Wundurer (eds.) Handwörterbuch der Führung 2nd Ed., Schaffer- Poeschel, Stuttgart, 1995, pp. 392-408.

51. 'Gendered noise: organizations and the silence and din of domination' with E. Harlow and W. Parkin, in C. Itzin and J. Newman (eds.) Gender and Organizational Change: Putting Theory into Practice. Routledge, London, 1995, pp. 89-105.

52. 'Changing men and changing managements: social change, social research and social action' in M.J. Davidson and R. Burke (eds.) Women in Management: Current Research Issues, Paul Chapman, London, 1994, pp. 192-209.

53. 'Men in the public domains' in S. Edgell, S. Walklate and G. Williams (eds.) Debating the Future of the Public Sphere: Transforming the Public and the Private Domains in Free Market Societies, Avebury: Aldershot, 1994, pp. 199-220.

54. 'Contested discourses on men and masculinities' with D.H.J. Morgan, in M. Blair and J. Holland with S. Sheldon (eds.) Identity and Diversity: Gender and the Experience of Education Multilingual Matters/Open University Press, Clevedon and Philadelphia, 1995, pp. 173-185.

55. ‘Revision games for social science teaching’ in J. Barter, R. Gomm and N. Madry (eds.) Resources for Sociology: The Best of the Social Science Teacher, Association of Teachers of Social Science, Bedford, 1995.

56. ‘Imaging the aging of men’ in M. Featherstone and A. Wernick (eds.) Images of Aging: Cultural Representations of Later Life, Routledge: London, 1995, pp. 97-115.

57. ‘‘Men’ at ‘work’: multiple masculinities in multiple workplaces’ with D.L. Collinson, in M. Mac an Ghaill (ed.) Understanding Masculinities: Social Relations and Cultural Arenas, Open University Press, Milton Keynes, 1996, pp. 61-76.

58. ‘‘Is masculinity dead?’ A critical account of the concepts of masculinity and masculinities’ in M. Mac an Ghaill (ed.) Understanding Masculinities: Social Relations and Cultural Arenas Open University Press, Milton Keynes, 1996, pp. 202-217.

59. ‘Introduction’ with B. Fawcett, B. Featherstone and C. Toft, in B. Fawcett, B. Featherstone, J. Hearn and C. Toft (eds.) Violence and Gender Relations: Theories and Interventions, Sage, London, 1996, pp. 1-5.

60. ‘Men’s violence to known women: historical, everyday and theoretical constructions’ in B. Fawcett, B. Featherstone, J. Hearn and C. Toft (eds.) Violence and Gender Relations: Theories and Interventions, Sage, London, 1996, pp. 22-37.

61. ‘The organization(s) of violence: men, gender relations, organizations and violences’ in B. Fawcett, B. Featherstone, J. Hearn and C.Toft (eds.) Violence and Gender Relations: Theories and Interventions, Sage, London, 1996, pp. 39-60.

62. ‘Men’s violence to known women: men’s accounts and men’s policy development’ in, B. Fawcett, B. Featherstone, J. Hearn and C. Toft (eds.) Violence and Gender Relations: Theories and Interventions, Sage, London, 1996, pp. 99-114.

63. ‘From rhetoric to reality: historical, theoretical and practical complexities in educating for anti-discriminatory and anti-oppressive social work’ with E. Harlow, in P. Ford and P. Hayes (eds.) Educating for Social Work: Arguments for Optimism, Avebury , Aldershot, 1996, pp. 97-113.

64. ‘Moving away from power: family, care, sexuality, violence and organisations’ in T. Lloyd and T. Wood (eds.) What’s Next for Men? Working with Men, London, 1996, pp.127-137.

65. ‘Breaking the silence: on men, masculinities and managements’ with D.L. Collinson, in D.L. Collinson and J. Hearn (eds.) Men as Managers, Managers as Men: Critical Perspectives on Men, Masculinities and Managements, London and Thousand Oaks, Ca: Sage, 1996, pp.1-24.

66. ‘Making sense of men and men’s violence’ in L.Shipway (ed.) Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assualt, Brentwood, Anglia Polytechnic University , 1996, pp.15-19; Reproduced in L.Shipway (ed.) Interactive Domestic Violence Package, 1997 at: http://www.eon.anglia.ac.uk/

67. ‘Masculinity’ with S.Whitehead, in J. Bristow (ed.) Gender Studies and Studies in Sexuality, Volume in R. Clark (ed.) The Annotated Bibliography for English Studies CD-ROM, Volume 2 (Autumn), Swets & Zeitlinger Publishers, Lisse, the Netherlands, 1997.

68. ‘Masculinity’ with S.Whitehead, in J. Bristow (ed.) Gender Studies and Studies in Sexuality, Volume in R. Clark (ed.) The Annotated Bibliography for English Studies CD-ROM, Volume 4 (Autumn), Swets & Zeitlinger Publishers, Lisse, the Netherlands, 1998.

 

  1. ‘Introduction: the trouble with men’ with J. Edwards, J. Popay and A. Oakley, in J. Popay, J. Hearn and J. Edwards (eds.) Men, Gender Divisions and Welfare, Routledge, London, 1998, pp. 1-7.
  1. ‘The welfare of men?’ in J. Popay, J. Hearn and J. Edwards (eds.) Men, Gender Divisions and Welfare, Routledge, London, 1998, pp. 11-36.
  1. ‘Troubled masculinities in social policy discourses: young men’ in J. Popay, J. Hearn and J. Edwards (eds.) Men, Gender Divisions and Welfare, Routledge, London, 1998, pp. 37-62.
  1. ‘Men will be men: the ambiguity of men’s support for men who have been violent to

known women’ in J. Popay, J. Hearn and J. Edwards (eds.) Men, Gender Divisions and Welfare, Routledge, London, 1998, pp. 147-180.

  1. ‘Context, culture and violence’ in R. Kauranen, E. Oinas, S. Sundback and Ö. Wahlbeck (eds.) Sociologer om Sociologi och Metod: Festskrift till Kirsti Suolinna, Åbo, Meddleanden Från Ekonomisk-Statsvetenkapliga Fakulteten Vid Åbo Akademi, Socialpolitiska institutionen Ser., 1998, pp. 1-22.
  1. ‘It’s time for men to change’ in J. Wild (ed.) Working with Men for Change, Taylor and Francis, London, 1999, pp. 5-15.
  1. ‘Men, managers and management: the case of higher education’ in S. Whitehead and R.Moodley (eds.) Transforming Managers: Engendering Change in the Public Sector, Taylor and Francis, London, 1999, pp. 123-144.
  1. 'Gender and welfare research' with J. Hanmer, in F. Williams, J. Popay and A. Oakley (eds.) Welfare Research: A Critical Review, UCL Press, London, 1999, pp. 106-130.
  1. ‘A crisis in masculinity, or new agendas for men?’ in S.Walby (ed.) New Agendas for Women, Macmillan, London, 1999, pp. 148-168.
  1. ‘Consuming cultures: power and resistance’ with S. Roseneil, in J. Hearn and S. Roseneil (eds.) Consuming Cultures: Power and Resistance (British Sociological Association Conference Volume), Macmillan, London; St. Martin’s Press, New York, 1999, pp. 1-13.
  1. ‘Transforming politics: power and resistance’ with P. Bagguley, in P. Bagguley and J. Hearn (eds.) Transforming Politics: Power and Resistance (British Sociological Association Conference Volume), Macmillan, London; St. Martin’s Press, New York, 1999, pp. 1-7.

In press

  1. ‘Men who are violent to known women: Violence, Abuse and the Stress-Coping Process, Project 2’ in J. Seymour and M. Titterton (eds.) The Management of Personal Welfare, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, 1999.
  1. ‘Men, social work and men’s violence to known women’ in A.Christie (ed.) Men and Social Work, Macmillan, London, 1999.
  1. ‘Introduction’ with The Violence Against Children Study Group, in The Violence Against Children Study Group Children, Child Abuse and Child Protection: Placing Children Centrally, John Wiley, London, 1999.
  1. ‘Ageism, violence and abuse: theoretical and practical perspectives on the links between child abuse and elder abuse’ in The Violence Against Children Study Group Children, Child Abuse and Child Protection: Placing Children Centrally, John Wiley, London, 1999.
  1. ‘Searching for the body: making connections between health, bodies and men’s violences’ in S. Ervoe and T. Johansson (eds.) Bending Bodies – Moulding Masculinities Volume 2, Ashgate, Aldershot, 1999.
  1. ‘Getting organised: the politics and organisation of critical studies on men’ in N. Le Feuvre and D. Welzer-Lang (eds.) Men and Masculinities, Editions des Presses Universitaires du Mirail, Féminin-Masculin Series, The Equipe Simone Research Team. Co-edition possible in Quebec [Presses de l'UQAM (Montreal) or Vent d'Ouest (Ottawa)], 1999.
  1. ‘Gender, power and organizations’ with L. Green and W. Parkin, in E. Wilson (ed.) Organisational Behaviour Reassessed: the Impact of Gender, Paul Chapman/Sage, London, 1999.
  1. ‘Critical research studies on men, masculinities and managements’ with D. L. Collinson, in M. J. Davidson and R. J. Burke (ed.) Women in Management: Current Research Issues Volume II, Paul Chapman/Sage, London, 1999.
  1. ‘Introduction’ with P. Fogelberg, J. Hearn, L. Husu and T. Mankkinen, in P. Fogelberg, J. Hearn, L. Husu and T. Mankkinen (eds.) Hard Work in the Academy: Research and Interventions on Gender Inequalities in Higher Education, Helsinki University Press, Helsinki, 1999.
  1. ‘Men, masculinities, managements and gender equality in UK universities’ in P. Fogelberg, J. Hearn, L. Husu and T. Mankkinen (eds.) Hard Work in the Academy: Research and Interventions on Gender Inequalities in Higher Education, Helsinki University Press, Helsinki, 1999.
  1. ‘Sexual harassment and higher education’ with N. Hagman in P. Fogelberg, J. Hearn, L. Husu and T. Mankkinen (eds.) Hard Work in the Academy: Research and Interventions on Gender Inequalities in Higher Education, Helsinki University Press, Helsinki, 1999.

In preparation

  1. ‘Academia, management and men: their connections and implications’ in A. Brooks and A. Mackinnon (eds.) Restructuring Bodies of Knowledge’: Reconstructing Identities for the Global Knowledge Industry (under negotiation with Cambridge University Press) 2000.
  1. ‘Men, fatherhood and the state’, in B. Hobson (ed.) Fathers and the State: Men, Masculinities and the Gender Logics of Cash and Care (under negotiation with Oxford University Press) 2000.
  1. ‘The social construction of men’s practices and men’s violences’ in C. Itzin and K. Pringle (eds.) Unhappy Families: the Social and Psychological Construction of Violence, Abuse and Inequality and its Impact on Identity and Opportunity (under negotiation with Routledge) 2000.
  1. ‘Nation, state and welfare: the cases of Finland and the UK’ in R. Pease and K. Pringle (eds.) Men and Welfare: Global Perspectives (in negotiation with Open University Press) 2000.
  1. ‘Workplaces and organizations’ with D. L. Collinson, in R. W. Connell, J. Hearn and M. Kimmel (eds.) The Handbook of Men and Masculinities, Sage, Thousand Oaks, Ca., 2000.
  1. ‘Men’s violence to known women: a subject for critical study’ in A. Jokinen (ed.) Chance to Change (provisional title; in Finnish), Tampere University Press, Tampere, 1999.

Academic Articles in Refereed Journals

  1. 'The Cuts Game' with P. Hitch, Society for Academic Gaming and Simulation in Education and Training Journal Vol 6(4), December 1976, pp. 3-8.
  1. 'Towards a concept of non-career' Sociological Review Vol.25(2), May 1977, pp. 273-288.
  1. 'Revision games for social science teaching' The Social Science Teacher, Vol. 9(2), December 1979, Briefings No.19.
  1. ‘The potential of gaming and simulation in revision’, Simulation/Games for Learning, Vol. 10(1), Spring 1980, pp. 21-25.
  1. ‘Crisis, taboos and careers guidance’, British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, Vol. 9(1), February 1981, pp. 12-23.
  1. 'Family sculpting I - some doubts and some possibilities' with M. Lawrence Journal of Family Therapy, Vol. 3, 1981, pp. 341-352.
  1. 'Radical social work - contradictions, limitations and political possibilities' Critical Social Policy, Vol. 2(1), April 1982, pp. 19-34.
  1. 'Notes on patriarchy, professionalisation and the semi-professions' Sociology, Vol.16(2), May 1982, pp. 184-202.
  1. 'The self-directing group: a neglected issue in gaming and simulation' Simulation/Games for Learning, Vol. 12(3), 1982, pp. 113-122.
  1. 'The problem(s) of theory and practice in social work and social work education' Issues in Social Work Education, Vol. 2(2), Winter, 1982, pp. 95-118.
  1. 'Gender and organisations: a selective review and a critique of a neglected area' with P.W. Parkin, Organisation Studies, Vol. 4(3), 1983, pp. 219-242.
  1. 'Issues of control in simulation and gaming: a reconsideration' Simulation/Games for Learning, Vol. 13(3), Autumn 1983, pp. 120-125.
  1. 'Childbirth, men and the problem of fatherhood' Radical Community Medicine, No.15, Spring, 1984, pp. 9-19.
  1. 'Progress towards the abolition of corporal punishment?' Forum for the Discussion of New Trends in Education, Vol. 27(2), Spring 1985 pp. 54-56.
  1. 'Family sculpting II - some practical examples' with M. Lawrence, Journal of Family Therapy, Vol. 7(2), 1985, pp. 113-131.
  1. ''Sex' at 'Work' - methodological and other difficulties in the study of sexuality in work organisations' with P.W. Parkin, Planned Parenthood in Europe/Planning Familial in Europe/ Familienplanung in Europe, Vol.14(1), Spring 1985, pp. 8-17.
  1. 'Women, men and leadership: a critical review of international assumptions, practices and change in the industrialised nations' with P.W. Parkin, International Studies of Management and Organization, Vol. 16(3-4), 1986-7, pp. 33-60.
  1. 'Child abuse: violences and sexualities towards young people' Sociology, Vol. 22(4), November 1988, pp. 531-544 (first published article in ‘Commentary’ section).
  1. ‘Leading questions for men: men's leadership, feminist challenges and men's responses' Equal Opportunities International Vol. 8(1), 1989, pp. 3-11.

116. ‘Die Kritik der Mannlichkeit: Grundsatze, Moglichkeiten und Zufunftsperspektiven' Zeitschrift fur Systemische Therapies, Vol. 7(2), 1989, pp. 95-100 (with Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies).

  1. 'Reviewing men and masculinities, or mostly boys' own papers' (Review article on eight books) Theory, Culture and Society, Vol.6, 1989, pp. 665-689.
  1. 'Changing men and changing managements: a review of issues and actions' Women in Management Review, Vol.7(1), 1992, pp. 3-8.
  1. 'The politics of essentialism and the analysis of the men's movement(s)' Feminism and Psychology, Vol.3(3), 1993, pp. 405-409.
  1. 'Making sense of men and men's violence' Clinical Psychology Forum, No. 64, February 1994, pp. 13-17.
  1. 'Viz, the naming of the pose' The Journal of Gender Studies, Vol. 3(1), 1994, pp.69-75.
  1. 'Naming men as men: implications for work, organizations and management' with D.L. Collinson, Gender, Work and Organization, Vol. 1(1), 1994, pp. 2-22.
  1. 'Researching men and masculinities. Some sociological issues and possibilities', Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, Vol. 30 (1), April, 1994, pp. 40-60.
  1. 'The organisation(s) of violence: men, gender relations, organisations and violences' Human Relations, Vol. 47(6), 1994, pp. 731-754
  1. ‘UK public sector organizations - the rise of managerialism and the impact of change on Social Service Departments’ with J. Lawler, International Journal of Public Sector Management, Vol. 8(4), 1995, pp. 7-16.
  2. ‘Cultural constructions: contrasting theories of organisational culture and gender construction’ with E Harlow, Gender, Work and Organization, Vol. 2(4) 1995, pp. 180-191.
  1. ‘Educating for anti-oppressive and anti-discriminatory social work practice’ with E. Harlow, Social Work Education, Vol. 15(1), 1996, pp. 58-69.
  1. ‘ Men managing leadership? ‘ Men and Women of the Corporation’ revisited’ with D.L. Collinson, International Review of Women and Leadership, Vol. 1(2), 1995, pp. 1-24.
  1. ‘Qualitative results of a randomised controlled trial of specialist nurse support for stroke patients at home’ with G. Dowswell, J.Lawler, J.Young and A.Forster, Clinical Rehabilitation, 11, 1997, pp. 293-301.
  2. ‘ Heteroseksuaalinen väkivalta lähipiirin naisia kohtaan. Sukupuolistunut väkivalta miesten kertomuksissa’, Janus (Journal for Social Policy and Social Work Research) (Finland), Vol. 4(1), 1996, pp. 39-55.
  1. ‘Deconstructing the dominant: making the one(s) the other(s)’, Organization, Vol. 3(4), November 1996, pp. 611-626.
  2. ‘The managers of social work: the experiences and identifications of third tier social services managers and the implications for future practice’ with J. Lawler, British Journal of Social Work, Vol. 27(2), April, 1997, pp. 191-218.
  1. ‘The implications of critical studies on men’, NORA. Nordic Journal of Women’s Studies, Vol. 3(1), 1997, pp. 48-60.
  2. ‘Hva innebaerer kritiske studier av menn?’, Kvinneforskning, Vol. 21(1), 1997, pp. 76-88.
  1. ‘On ambiguity, contradiction and paradox in gendered organizations’, Gender, Work and Organization, Vol. 5(1), 1998, pp. 1-4.
  2. ‘The construction of sexual meaning: the sexualization of corporal punishment’ with T.Butt, Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society, Vol. 1(2), 1998, pp. 203-227.
  1. ‘Men, masculinities, managements and organisational culture’ with D.L. Collinson, Zeitschrift für Personalforschung, Vol. 12(2), 1998, pp. 210-222.
  2. ‘Marital violence against women in Greece: A pilot study (in Greek), with S. Chatzifotiou and R. E. Dobash, Social Work, Year 13, Vol. 49, (January-March) 1998, pp.7-16.
  1. ‘Theorizing men and men’s theorizing : men’s discursive practices in theorizing men’, Theory and Society, Vol. 27(6), 1998, pp. 781-816.
  2. ‘Mary O’Brien: … certainly the most important single intellectual influence …’,
  3. Canadian Women’s Studies/Les Cahiers de la Femme, Winter 1999.

  4. ‘Sex, lies and videotape: the Clinton-Lewinsky saga as a world historical footnote’, A Symposium on the Clinton-Lewinsky Affair, Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society, Vol. 2(2), 1999, pp. 263-268.

142. ‘Educating men against violence to women’, Women’s Studies Quarterly, Special Issue: Teaching about Violence against Women: International Perspectives, Vol. 27 (1 and 2), 1999, pp. 140-151

In press

  1. 'Recovering from stroke: a qualitative investigation of the role of goals setting in late stroke recovery', with G. Dowswell, J. Lawler, J. Young and A. Forster Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1999.

In preparation

  1. ‘Men and men’s violence to known women: the ‘lure’ and ‘lack’ of cultural studies approaches’, European Journal of Cultural Studies.
  1. ‘Interprofessional relations between community pharmacists and general medical practitioners’ with E. Kennedy, A. Blenkinsopp and J. Purvis, International Journal of Pharmacy Practice.
  1. ‘Representing ‘patriarchy’ and ‘patriarchal relations’ in the discourses of sociology’, Sociology.
  1. ‘On feminist interventions in organizations’, Organization.

Articles in Unrefereed Journals

  1. ‘Men's politics and social policy’, Bulletin on Social Policy, No. 5, Spring 1980, pp. 53-57.
  1. ‘The social worker as a political operator’, Social Work Today, Vol. 11, April 1980, p. 16 (originally entitled 'Social work as politics').
  1. 'Anarchist careers rule, OK?', Personnel Management, Vol. 12(8), August 1980, pp. 37-39 (originally entitled 'Four other types of career').
  1. 'Welfare Ideology and the justification of cuts', Bulletin on Social Policy, No. 7, Autumn 1980, pp. 42-50.
  1. 'Womb with a view' Social Work Today, Vol. 13, March 1982, pp. 12-13 (originally entitled 'Casework in a car').
  1. 'Radical social work and the problems of management' with B. Jones, Community Care, No. 367, July 1981, pp. 13-14.
  1. 'The first ten issues, the first ten themes', Bulletin on Social Policy, No. 11, Spring 1982, pp. 48-50.
  1. 'Agency practice. Office politics', Community Care, No. 455, March 1983, pp. 12-13.
  1. 'Chipping away at family problems' with M. Lawrence, Social Work Today, Vol. 14. June 1983, pp. 8-10.
  1. 'Abolishing corporal punishment', Bulletin on Social Policy, No. 13, Spring 1983, pp. 54-58.
  1. 'Further moves on corporal punishment', Bulletin on Social Policy, No. 17, 1985, pp. 51-56.
  1. 'Planning en patriarchaat: een anti-patriarchaal perspektief', Nieuwsbrief Mannenstudies, Vol. 2(3), 1986, pp. 3-5.
  1. 'Changing men's studies', Achilles Heel, No. 8, April 1987, pp. 19-22.
  1. 'A long weekend in Hamburg' with R. Sterne, Achilles Heel, No. 8, April 1987, pp. 26-27.
  1. '"Sex" at "work"' with W. Parkin, Action on Health, No. 5, August 1987, pp. 6-7.
  1. 'Men, Masculinity and Social Theory: Report on Sociological Theory Conference' with D. Morgan, Network, No. 43, January 1989, pp. 6-7.
  1. 'Out of the men's room', Manchester Left, No. 6, 1989, pp. 15-16 (originally entitled 'Men and Socialism - do they mix?').
  1. 'New publications on men', Achilles Heel, No. 9, April 1990, p. 40.
  1. Men, Masculinities and Socialism Group, 'Changing men, changing politics', Achilles Heel, No. 10, Autumn 1990, pp. 17-21.
  1. 'Are men changing?', Achilles Heel, No. 10, Autumn 1990, pp. 6-9.
  1. 'Grans, nans and other mums', Achilles Heel, No. 12, Autumn 1991, pp. 22-24. Also available on http://www.stejonda.demon.co.uk/achilles/article12_5.html
  1. 'Sex, power and work' with E. Harlow and W. Parkin, The Journal: Women in Organizations and Management, No. 2, 1992, pp. 3-6.
  1. Writing: the pain, the pleasure, the practicalities' with E. Harlow, The Journal: Women in Organizations and Management, No 7, 1993, pp. 16- 20.
  1. `Critical studies on men: past, present, future', International Association for Studies on Men Newsletter, Vol.l.(1), December 1993, pp. 8-9.
  1. 'Supporting roles' with J. Lawler, Community Care, March, 1994, pp. 22-23.
  1. ‘Motivating managers’ with J. Lawler, Community Care, April, 1995.
  1. ‘ Men moving away from power’, Human Potential, No. 17, Spring 1996, pp.26-29.
  1. ‘Current trends and current research’, International Association for Studies on Men Newsletter, Vol. 3(1), Spring/Summer 1996, pp. 3-4.
  1. ‘Current trends and current research’, Rundbrief des Arbeitskreis Kritische Mannerforschung (Newsletter of the German Critical Men’s Studies Task Group) No. 7, July 1996.
  1. ‘Getting organised: the politics and organisation of critical studies on men’, International Association for Studies on Men Newsletter, Vol. 5(1), 1998, pp. 15-17..
  1. ‘It’s goodbye he-man, hallo she-man’, The Times Higher Education Supplement, 13 February 1998, pp. 22-23 (originally entitled ‘The end of men? (as we know them)’).
  1. ‘The implications of critical studies on men’, Mannsforskning: Nyhetsbrev og Faglig Forum for Netework for Forskning om Menn (Norway), No 1, 1998, pp. 20-32.
  1. ‘Policy development and changing men inside and outside agencies’, International Association for Studies on Men Newsletter, Special issue on Men and Violence, Vol. 6(2), 1999, pp. 61-64.
  1. ‘Getting organised: the politics and organisation of critical studies on men’, Rundbrief des Arbeitskreis Kritische Mannerforschung (Newsletter of the German Critical Men’s Studies Task Group), 1999.
  1. ‘Men’s relations with women’s studies’, Finsk Tidskrift: Kultur –Ekonomi – Politik, 1999.

Prefaces and Forewords

  1. ‘Foreword’, in J. Holt, M. Latham, T. Myers, A. Olliver and D. Quill (eds) ‘Picking up the Pieces’ Child Sexual Abuse and the Juvenile Justice System Save the Children Fund/Yorkshire and Humberside Intermediate Treatment Association, Leeds 1989.

184.‘Series Editor’s Preface’, Critical Studies on Men and Masculinities, Unwin Hyman/Routledge, London, five volumes, 1990-95.

  1. ‘Preface’, in J. Salisbury and D. Jackson Challenging Macho Values: Practical Ways of Working with Adolescent Boys, Falmer, London, 1995, pp. ix-x.
  1. ‘Foreword’, in D. Potts Why Do Men Commit Most Crime? Focusing on Masculinity in a Prison Group, West Yorkshire Probation Service, Wakefield, 1996, pp. 3-4.
  1. ‘Foreword’ in E. Harlow and J. Lawler (eds.) Social Work, Management and Change, Aldershot: Ashgate.

Research Theses and Research Reports

  1. Acting in the Public Interest. A consideration of British Planners in their Decision-making Environment, Oxford Polytechnic, 1970.
  1. Organisations and Clients.The Case of Local Government, Department of Management Studies, Leeds University, 1974.
  1. ‘A qualitative evaluation of a detoxification centre’ with P. Bluckert and H. Rose, First Annual Research Report, DHSS, 1977.
  1. ‘Policy Implications for detoxification centres’ with H. Rose and P. Bluckert, Research and Policy Report, DHSS 1977
  1. ‘Getting Dry and Housed in Leeds. An evaluation study of a detoxification centre’ with H. Rose and P. Bluckert, Final Research Report, DHSS, 1979, 127 pp.
  1. ‘Alcoholic homeless people: problems and prospects for the eighties’ with H. Rose and P. Bluckert, Research and Policy Report, DHSS, 1980.
  1. Theorising Social Planning: Analysis, Critique and Alternatives, Doctoral Thesis, University of Bradford, 1986, 482 pp.
  1. The Critique of Men: Current Lessons for the Theory and Practice of Men, Hallsworth Research Fellowship Working Paper No 1, University of Manchester October 1988.
  1. Some Sociological Issues in Researching Men and Masculinities, Hallsworth Research Fellowship Working Paper No. 2, University of Manchester, 1989.
  1. Gender and the Management of Personal Welfare with J. Hanmer and E. Bruce. Coordination of E.S.R.C. Initiative on the Management of Personal Welfare, University of Bradford, May, 1992, 80pp.
  1. Health, Bodies and Men's Violence, Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit, Research Paper No 2 University of Bradford, November, 1992, 26pp. Available from Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Leeds Metropolitan University.
  1. Gender and the Management of Personal Welfare, with J. Hanmer and E. Bruce, Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit, Research Paper No. 3, University of Bradford, 1993, 80pp. Available from Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Leeds Metropolitan University.
  1. Edited Researching Men and Researching Men's Violences Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit Research Paper No. 4, University of Bradford 1993, 92pp. Available from Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Leeds Metropolitan University.

201. 'Researching men and researching men's violences: methodological, empirical and political issues', in J. Hearn (ed.) Researching Men and Researching Men's Violences, Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit Research Paper No. 4, University of Bradford 1993, pp. 4-32. Available from Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Leeds Metropolitan University.

  1. 'Working Guidelines: Men Interviewing Men', with P. Raws and R. Barford, in J. Hearn (ed.) Researching Men and Researching Men's Violences, Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit Research Paper No. 4, University of Bradford 1993, pp. 33-53 and 10 appendices. Available from Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Leeds Metropolitan University.
  2. ‘Violence, Abuse and the Stress-coping Process Project 2’. End of Award Report to E.S.R.C., Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit, University of Bradford, July, 1993.
  1. Submission Gender and Secure Accommodation to Social Services Inspectorate, Department of Health, November, 1993.
  2. Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Strategy Report to the ESRC. edited with J Hanmer, compiled with 16 others, Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Unit, Research Paper No.11, University of Bradford, March 1994, 89 pp. Available from Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Leeds Metropolitan University.
  1. ‘Violence by organizations, violence in organizations, and organizational responses to violence’ with J. Hanmer, M. Maynard and D. Morgan, in J.Hanmer and J. Hearn (eds.), compiled with 16 others, Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Strategy Report to the ESRC,Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Unit, Research Paper No.11, University of Bradford, March 1994, pp. 76-84. Available from Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Leeds Metropolitan University.
  2. Submission with J. Hanmer ‘Children and Violence’ to Gulbenkian Foundation Commission on Children and Violence, Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit, University of Bradford, February 1994.

208-213. ESRC Policy Development Implementation Seminar Reports:

I Patterns of Agency Contacts with Men (Voluntary Sector Services for Women), Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit, University of Bradford, January 1994.

II Patterns of Agency Contacts with Men (Housing Agencies) Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit, University of Bradford, March 1994.

III Patterns of Agency Contacts with Men (Social Services Agencies), Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit, University of Bradford, May 1994.

IV Patterns of Agency Contacts with Men (Criminal Justice Agencies), Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit, University of Bradford, July 1994.

V Patterns of Agency Contacts with Men (Health Agencies), Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit, University of Bradford, September 1994, 55pp. Reproduced as Research Unit Research Paper No.13, 1995

VI Patterns of Agency Contacts with Men (Policy Implications) with J. Hanmer, Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit, University of Bradford, September, 1995 Reproduced in Research Unit, Research Paper No.14, 1995.

214. "It Just Happened" - a Research and Policy Report on Men's Violence to Known Women, Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit, Research paper No.6, University of Bradford, 1995, 89pp. Available from Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Leeds Metropolitan University.

215. Edited with J. Hanmer ‘Women, Men, Children - Violence and Abuse’, Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit, Research Paper No.10, University of Bradford 1995. Available from Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Leeds Metropolitan University.

216. 'Men's Violence to Known Women', in J. Hanmer and J. Hearn (eds.) ‘Women, Men, Children - Violence and Abuse’, Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations Research Unit, Research Paper No.10, University of Bradford 1995, pp.14-28. Available from Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Leeds Metropolitan University.

217. Patterns of Agency Contacts with Men Who Have Been Violent To Known Women, Research Unit on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Research Paper No.13, University of Bradford, 1995, 63pp. Available from Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Leeds Metropolitan University.

218. Violence to Women From Known Men: Policy Development, Interagency Approaches and Good Practice, with J. Hanmer, C. Dillon, T. Kayani and P. Todd, Research Unit on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Research Paper No.14, University of Bradford, 1995, 59pp. Available from Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Leeds Metropolitan University.

219. ‘ The general patterns of agency contacts’ with J Hanmer, in with J. Hanmer, J. Hearn, C. Dillon, T. Kayani and P. Todd (eds.) Violence to Women From Known Men: Policy Development, Interagency Approaches and Good Practice, Research Unit on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Research Paper No.14, University of Bradford, 1995, pp.8-10. Available from Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Leeds Metropolitan University.

220. ‘ Policy implications for agency and interagency working with men’, with J. Hanmer, J. Hearn, C. Dillon, T. Kayani and P. Todd (eds.) Violence to Women From Known Men: Policy Development, Interagency Approaches and Good Practice, Research Unit on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Research Paper No.14, University of Bradford, 1995, pp.18-23. Available from Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations, Leeds Metropolitan University.

  1. Recovering After Stroke: A Qualitative Study of Patient and Care-Giver Views and the Impact of Specialist Nurse Intervention, with G. Dowswell, J. Lawler, J. Young and A. Forster, Research Report to the Northern and Yorkshire Regional Health Authority. Department of Applied Social Studies, University of Bradford, December 1995, 104pp.
  1. Men and Masculinities, Background Paper for Labour Shadow Minister for Women, Tessa Jowell MP, November 1995.

223. Men, Masculinites and Managements: Unities, Differences and their Interrelations, with D.L.Collinson, International Centre for Labour Studies, University of Manchester, Working Paper Series, 1997, 35pp.

Contributions to Conference Proceedings

  1. ‘The implications of patriarchy for men’s practice’ in Conference of Socialist Economists Socialist Action for the 80,Policies and Practice, CSE, London, 1982, pp.96-98.
  1. ‘The critique of men: current lessons for the theory and practice of men' in Männer in der Geschlechterforschung. Dokumentation einer Ad-hoc-Sitzung des Soziologentages 1988 in Zurich, Institut fur Sozialokologie Arbeitspapiere 8, Hennef-Wiederschall, December 1988, pp. 1-19.
  1. ‘The Critique of Men: current lessons for the theory and practice of men’ in H. Hoffman-Nowotny et al. (eds.) Soziologentag Vol II,, Campus Verlag, Frankfurt/New York, 1989.
  1. ‘Miehet ja sukupuolistuneet organisaatiot - patriarkaatit, seksualiteetit, maskuliinisuudet ja johtajat' [Men and gender-divided organisations - or patriarchies, sexualities, masculinities and managements], in Miehet työelämässä [Men and Work Life], Council for Equality, Helsinki, Finland, 1992, pp.5-28.
  1. ‘Power, culture and gender relations in management’ with E. Harlow, Conference Papers: Power, Masculinity, Culture, Through the Glass Ceiling (Women in Univrsity Management), London, 27pp.
  1. ‘How men talk about men's violence to known women' in J Kimber & E Stanko (eds.) Masculinity and Crime: Issues of Theory and Practice. Centre for Criminal Justice Research, Brunel University, London, 1994. pp. 36-54.

230. ‘Men and organizational culture' in J Wadjman (ed.) Organizations, Gender and Power, IRRU Working Paper No.48, University of Warwick, Coventry, 1994, pp. 26-31.

  1. ‘Men’s violence to women’ in B. Featherstone, B. Fawcett and C. Toft (eds.) Gender, Violence and Social Work, Department of Applied Social Studies Publication, University of Bradford, 1994, pp.45-58.
  1. ‘Theory and research on violence’ with J. Hanmer, in B. Featherstone, B. Fawcett and C. Toft (eds.) Gender, Violence and Social Work, Department of Applied Social Studies Publication, University of Bradford, 1994, pp.1-16.
  1. ‘Educating for anti-oppressive and anti-discriminatory social work’ with E. Harlow, in Anti-Discriminatory, Anti-Racist Practice and Education and Cultural Diversity, IASSW, 1994 Congress, Amsterdam, published by Manchester Metropolitan University, 1994.
  1. ‘Men talking on violence; agency responses to violence’ in Peace at Home, Institute of Public Policy Research, 1996, pp.10-11.
  1. ‘’Men’ at ‘work’: multiple masculinities/multiple workplaces’ with D. L. Collinson, in Life in Context 1/97, University of Joensuu, Finland, 1997, pp. 11-19.
  1. ‘The Critical Study of Men Managers in Universities’ in Winds of Change: Women and the Culture of Universities, Equity and Diversity Unit, University of Technology Sydney, Australia, 1999, 8pp.
  1. ‘Men’s violence to women: scope, roots, consequences, research and policy’, in Conference Proceedings for Joint Project between the United States and Finland on the Promotion of the Status of Women, Seminar in Riga 14-15 March 1999, The Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Helsinki. June 1999, 20pp.
  2. ‘Pro-feminism, fathers and fatherhood’ in Isän jäljillä, Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen, TemaNord 1999: 559, pp. 40-50.

239. ‘The Hegemony of Men: On the Construction of Counter-Hegemony in Critical Studies on Men’ in Hegemoni och Mansforskning, Karlstad University/Norfa, July 1999, 17pp.

Reviews

  1. 'The protection of interests' [Who's Watching You? (C. Aubrey)] Bulletin on Social Policy, No. 10, Winter 1982, pp. 24-27.

241. 'Changing the Nature of Masculinity' (R. Bowl) Issues in Social Work Education, Vol. 6(2), 1986, pp. 167-168.

242. 'Patriarchy and Pub Culture' (V. Hey) Sociology, Vol. 21(1), February 1987, pp.142-144.

243. 'Sex, Gender and Care Work' (G. Horobin ed.) Journal of Social Policy, Vol. 18(1), 1988, pp. 145-146.

244. 'Beyond Patriarchy' (M. Kaufman ed.) Changing Men (US), No. 20 Winter/Spring 1989, pp. 31-32.

245. 'Making a Man of Him. Parents and their Son's Education at an English Public School 1929-50' (C. Heward) Gender and Education, Vol. 1, 1989, pp. 96-98.

246. 'Masculinity and Power' (A. Brittan) Gender and History, Vol. 2(3), 1990, pp. 351-353.

247. 'Hidden Anxieties, Male Sexuality, 1900-1950' (L.A. Hall) British Journal of Sociology, Vol. 43, June 1992, pp. 318-319.

248. 'In the Way of Women: Men's Resistance to Sex Equality in Organisations' (C. Cockburn) with W. Parkin Sociology, Vol. 26(3), August 1992, pp. 515-517.

249. 'Male Subjectivity at the Margins' (K. Silverman) The Times Higher Education Supplement, February 1993, p. 23.

250.‘The Making of Maleness’ (P. Tatham) Changes: An International Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy, 1995.

251. 'Sexual Science and the Law' (R. Green) International Journal of the Sociology of Law, Vol. 22 (1), March, 1994, pp. 79-82.

252. `Masculinities and Crime. Critique and Reconceptualisation of Theory' (J. W. Messerschmidt) Sociology, Vol. 28(2), May 1994, pp. 632-634.

253. `Doing "Women's Work". Men in Nontraditional Occupations' (C L Williams ed) Work, Employment and Society, Vol. 8(3), 1994, pp. 480-482.

254. 'Unreasonable Men. Masculinity and Social Theory' (V.J. Seidler) Sociology, Vol. 29(3), August 1995, pp. 551-552.

255. ‘The Making of Anti-Sexist Men’ (H.Christian) The Times Higher Education Supplement, February 1995, p. 27.

256. "Just Boys Doing Business". Men, masculinities and crime’ (T.Newburn and E. Stanko) (eds) International Journal of the Sociology of Law, 1996.

257. ‘Masculinity, Law and the Family’ (R.Collier) Social and Legal Studies, 1997.

258. ‘The Swimsuit Issue and Sport: Hegemonic Masculinity in Sports Illustrated’ (L.R. Davis) American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 103(6), May 1998, pp. 1749-1751.

259. ‘OU Men: Work Through Lifelong Learning’ (P. Lunneborg) Work, Employment and Society, Vol. 12 (4), December 1998, pp. 806-808.

260. ‘Gender, Symbolism and Organizational Cultures’ (S. Gheradi) Organization Studies, 1999.

261. ‘Understanding Gender and Organizations’ (M. Alvesson and Y. Due Billing) Economic and Industrial Democracy, 1999.

262. ‘Doing Leadership Differently: Gender, Power and Sexuality in a Changing Business

Culture’ (A. Sinclair) International Review of Women and Leadership, 1999.

  1. Interviews

Interviews in M. Wetherell and C. Griffin (eds) 'Feminist psychology and the study of men and masculinity' Feminism and Psychology, 'Part I: Assumptions and perspectives' Vol. 1(3), 1991, pp. 361-391; and

Feminism and Psychology, Part II: 'Politics and practices', Vol. 2(2), 1992, pp. 133-168.

Interview in M. Wetherell and C. Griffin ‘Feminist psychology and the study of men and masculinity: assumptions and perspectives’ in M. Blair and J. Holland, with J. Sheldon (eds) Identity and Diversity: Gender and the Experience of Education, Multilingual Matters/Open University Press, Clevedon and Philadelphia, 1995, pp. 81-103.

Various interviews in national and international press, for example, The Times, The Times Higher Education Supplement, Helsingin Sanomat.

 

m) Other Editorships of journals and book series:

General Series Editor Critical Studies on Men and Masculinities, Routledge, London (1988-1994).

Associate Editor Gender, Work and Organization, Blackwell, Oxford.

Member of Editorial Advisory Boards of:

Research on Men and Masculinities Series, Sage, Thousand Oaks, Ca.

Journal of the History of Sexuality, University of Chicago Press, Chicago. (1990-94)

Journal of Gender Studies, Humberside Centre for Gender Studies, Carfax, Oxon..

Masculinities. Interdisciplinary Studies on Gender, Guilford Press, New York (1993-97)

Men and Masculinities, Sage, London and Thousand Oaks, Ca.

International Review of Women and Leadership, Edith Cowan University, Australia.

Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society, Sage, London.

n) Letters include:

'Towards and away from radical social work', Critical Social Policy, Vol 2(2), Autumn 1982 p. 6.

'Changing men's sexist practice in sociology' with D. Morgan, C. Creighton, C. Middleton, R. Thomas and C. Pearson, Network,No 25, January 1983.

Organisation Studies, Vol 5(2), 1984 p 188.

'Sexist degree titles', with nine others, Times Higher Education Supplement, 2 April 1990.

Organization Studies Vol. 14 (3), 1993, p. 474.

 

o) Conference Papers (in italics) and Academic Presentations (from 1980)

1980-1981

‘Decrementalism: crisis and planning’, Oxford Polytechnic, November 1980.

‘Patriarchy and the profesionalisation of reproduction’, British Sociological Association Sociology of Reproduction Study Group, Oxford, March 1981.

‘Decrementalism: planning theory and cuts’, Plenary Speaker, Oxford International Planning Conference, March 1981.

1981-1982

'The professions and the semi-professions: the control of emotions and the construction of masculinity' Gender and Society, British Sociological Association, University of Manchester, April 1982.

'Patriarchy, social policy and men's practice' Socialist Strategies for Welfare, Critical Social Policy Conference, Sheffield Polytechnic, April 1982.

'The implications of patriarchy for men's practice' Socialist Action for the 1980s, Bradford, Conference of Socialist Economists, July 1982.

1982-1983

'Conceptualising men' Department of Sociology and Social Administration, University of Sussex, April 1983.

 

1983-1984

'Are men a serious issue?' Interdisciplinary Human Studies Forum, University of Bradford, November 1983.

'Sexuality and organisations: some methodological considerations' with P.W. Parkin, Department of Organisational Behaviour, University of Lancaster, November 1983.

'"Sex" at "work": methodological and other difficulties in the study of sexuality in work organisations' with P.W. Parkin, British Sociological Association Conference on Work, Employment and Unemployment, University of Bradford, April 1984.

1984-1985

'Organisational sociology and the study of sexuality' with P.W. Parkin, Bradford College, March 1985.

'Sexism, men's sexuality and management: the seen yet unnoticed case of men's sexuality' International symposium on Power, Sexuality and Organisation Theory, the Academy of Management Annual Conference, San Diego, California, August 1985.

1985-1986

'The organisational construction of sexuality' Bradford College, January 1986.

'Men's studies: problems, possibilities and promises' Sociology Research Seminar, University of Bradford, February 1986.

'Changing men's studies: problems, possibilities and promises' British Sociological Association Conference on the Sociology of the Life Cycle, University of Loughborough, March 1986.

'Men-women relations in Britain.' Seminar fur Englische Sprache und Kultur, University of Hamburg, April 1986.

'The social context of men's writing in Britain' and 'The historical development of the British men's movement' University of Hamburg/Volkschochschule Norderstedt Conference on The New Man and His Speech, April 1986.

1986-1987

'Men and masculinity: problems for theory; possibilities for practice' Postgraduate/Staff Seminar, Division of Education, University of Sheffield, March 1987.

'Anti-sexist work with boys and young men' with T. Hearn, Sex Equality Conference, Derbyshire College of Higher Education, June 1987.

'Theorising men and masculinity: specific problems and diverse approaches' and Convenor of Symposium on 'Men's Responses to the Feminist Challenge: Relationships of Theory and Practice' Third International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women. Women's Worlds, Visions and Revisions, Trinity College, Dublin, July 1987.

1987-1988

'Patriarchy, masculinity and psychoanalysis', Free Associations/North East London Polytechnic Conference on Psychoanalysis and the Public Sphere, October 1987.

Guest Speaker 'Good practice and the Social Strategy', Bradford Metropolitan Council, October 1987.

'Modern organisations and the construction of men's sexuality in the public domain' Staff Sociology Seminar, City of Birmingham Polytechnic, December 1987.

'Curricular aspects of men and masculinity’, Teaching Gender and the Gendered Curriculum Conference. Association for Teaching of the Social Sciences/British Sociological Association Women's Caucus. Liverpool Institute of Higher Education, December 1987.

'Studying men and masculinity: Men's sexuality and modern organisations in historical perspective' York University Staff Sociology Seminar, January 1988.

'Men's violence and child abuse', Child Care and Juvenile Justice Seminars, Centre for Applied Social Studies, University of Leeds, February 1988.

'Studying men' Dayschool on Men and Masculinity. Centre for Gender Studies, University of Hull/Humberside College of Further Education, March 1988.

'Speaking the unspeakable: The historical development of organisations and men's sexuality in the public domain' British Sociological Association Conference, Sociology and History, Edinburgh University, March 1988.

Organiser with D. Morgan, 'Men, masculinity and social theory', Conference, Sociological Theory Group, British Sociological Association, University of Bradford, September 1988.

1988-89

'The critique of men: current lessons for the theory and practice of men' Gemeinsamer Kongress Deutsche, Osterreichische, Schweizerische Gesellschaft fur Soziologie, Kultur und Gesellschaft, University of Zurich, October 1988.

'Is patriarchy dead yet, daddy?' Men/Masculinities; Past/Present; Theory/Practice', Public Lecture, School of European Studies, University of Sussex, October 1988.

'Some basic sociological issues in researching men and masculinities', Department of Sociology, University of Manchester, November 1988.

'Child abuse, social theory, and everyday state practices' with W. Parkin, NATO Advanced Research Workshop, State Intervention on Behalf of Children and Youth, Aquafredda di Maratea, Italy, February 1989.

'Masculinity, men and socialism', Socialist Society, Sheffield, February 1989.

''The man question' in Social Policy and Social Work', Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of Manchester, March 1989.

'Being in public: men, masculinities and patriarchy', Sociology and Political Sciences, Cambridge University, March 1989.

'Representations and images of men' with A. Melechi, Centre for the Study of Adult Life/ Theory, Culture and Society International Seminar, Teeside Polytechnic, August 1989.

1989-1990

'Men, sexuality and organisations', Loughborough University of Technology, November 1989.

'Men, violence and child abuse', Department of Social Studies, Leeds Polytechnic, February 1990.

Unities and divisions between men and masculinities: (1) The categories of men and the case of sociology' with D. L. Collinson, British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Social Divisions and Social Change, University of Surrey, April 1990.

Unities and divisions between men and masculinities. (2) The fragmentation of management and the management of fragmentation' with D. L. Collinson, British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Social Divisions and Social Change, University of Surrey, April 1990.

'The personal, the political, the theoretical', Men and Feminism Colloquium, St. John's College, Cambridge University, May 1990.

'Recent developments in the critical study of men and men's bodies' and ‘Images of men’ (workshop) Gender Relations and the Body Symposium, University of Oslo, June 1990.

1990-1991

'Men, organisations and oppression' Probation Service Northern Region Staff Development, Working with Male Offenders, Northern Region Staff Development Probation Service, St. Anne's on Sea, Lancashire, November 1990.

'Gender and health: the contribution of critical studies on men', Health and Community Studies Seminar on Gender and Health, Chester College, February 1991.

'Managing change, changing men and changing management' Women as Managers in Social Services Regional Seminar, Association of Directors of Social Services/National Children's Home, Newcastle, March 1991.

'The organisation of oppressions: age, class, (dis)ability, ethnicity, gender and sexuality' with W. Parkin, Gender, Sexuality and Power in Organisations Conference, Newcastle Polytechnic, March 1991.

'Health, bodies and men's violence: making connections', British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Health and Society, Manchester University, March 1991.

'The narratives of oppression: from paradigms and metaphors to gender and sexuality to the interrelations of multiple oppression', with W. Parkin, Towards a New Theory of Organisations Conference, Keele University, April 1991.

'What men say about pornography/what pornography says about men', Invited Written Paper, Symposium on Pornography and Violence, International Science Festival, Edinburgh, April 1991.

'Managing change, changing men and changing management' Women as Managers in Social Services Regional Seminar, Association of Directors of Social Services/National Children's Homes, NCH, London, April 1991.

'Men and gender-divided organisations - or patriarchies, sexualities, masculinities and managements', Seminar on Men and Work Life, University of Tampere, Finland, May 1991 (paper read in my absence through family emergency).

1991-1992

‘Organisations and violence: making connections’, Gender Research Seminar, UMIST, January 1992.

'Critical Studies on Men?' Department of Sociology, Staffordshire Polytechnic, January 1992.

'Researching men and researching men's violences: methodological, empirical and political issues and difficulties' British Sociological Association Annual Conference 'Sociology in Europe', University of Kent, April 1992.

'Keynote address - Theory' Shifting Ground - The Dialectics of Work/Care, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, July 1992.

1992-1993

'Men, sexuality, violence and organisations' Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of Dundee, September 1992.

'Current debates in theorising men and organisations' with D.L. Collinson and M. Collinson Gender Research Conference, UMIST, September 1992.

'Men and violence', Bradford RELATE, September 1992.

'Men, oppression and management', Women Managers Group Seminar, Sheffield Hallam University, November 1992.

'Men in the public domains' The Public Sphere International Conference, University of Salford, January 1993.

'Theorising men and men's theorising: the case of men's violence', Women in Society Seminar, University of Bradford, January 1993.

'Theoretical overview' Men's Health Workshop, Yorkshire Health Promotion Officers, Leeds, January 1993.

'Violence to women - social work and organisations', with J. Hanmer British Association of Social Workers Annual Conference, Keynote Address, Great Malvern, March 1993.

'Gendered research and researching gender: violence, abuse and the stress-coping process', with J. Hanmer, E.S.R.C. International Seminar 'Welfare: Whose Responsibility?', London, April 1993.

'Organisational culture: the silence and din of domination' with E. Harlow and W. Parkin, Leeds Metropolitan University, April, 1993.

'Gendered research and researching gender: women, men and violence' with J. Hanmer, British Sociological Association Annual Conference, University of Essex, April 1993.

'Men's theorising and theorising men: absence, avoidance, ambivalence, alterity' Political Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Leicester, April 1993.

'A critique of the concept of masculinity', The Institute of Education, London, May 1993.

'Sexuality, violence and organisations', University of North London Centre for Equality Research Seminar, May 1993.

'Men's violence to known women' Day Conference on E.S.R.C. Research, Women, Men, Children - Violence and Abuse, University of Bradford, June 1993.

'Power, culture and gender relations in organisations and management' with E. Harlow. Through the Glass Ceiling (Women Heads of Departments and Managers in Universities) 'Power, Masculinity and Culture', London, June 1993.

'The 'invisible' man in nursing' with C. Wright Nursing, Women's History and the Politics of Nursing International Conference. Nottingham University, July 1993.

1993-1994

'How men talk about men's violence to known women' Masculinity and Crime. Issues of Theory and Practice. Brunel University, September 1993.

'Men's violence to known women: attitudes, beliefs, discourses, practices' British Psychological Society Social Psychology Section Conference, Jesus College, Oxford, September 1993.

'Men talking about violence to women: solution or problem? ' Nottingham AGENDA, September 1993.

'Men's violence to women - policy implications', Violence Against Women - Whose Problem Is It? Cleveland Social Services/Police/Health, Stockton, November 1993.

'Men and organisational culture' Industrial Relations Research Unit Workshop on Organisations, Gender and Power, Warwick University, December 1993.

'Patterns of agency contacts with men' ESRC Policy and Implementation Seminar with Voluntary Sector Services for Women, University of Bradford, January, 1994.

'The problem of men' Leeds Metropolitan University, January 1994.

''Emotional stuff': the emotions of men researchers and researched men in studying men's violence and men in organisations' British Sociological Association Study Group on the Sociology of Emotions, London, February, 1994.

'Methodological issues in men researching men's violence to know women' Postgraduate Research Colloquium, Department of Government, University of Strathclyde, February 1994.

'Men's violence to known women: what men say they do and why' Staff Postgraduate Seminar, Department of Government, University of Strathclyde, February 1994.

'Theoretical approaches to violence' with J. Hanmer, Gender, Violence and Social Work Conference, Bradford University, March 1994.

`Men's violence to known women' Gender, Violence and Social Work Conference, Bradford University, March 1994.

'Patterns of men's contacts with housing agencies' ESRC Policy and Implementation Seminar with Housing Agencies, University of Bradford, March, 1994.

'Sexuality, gender and organisations: acknowledging complexities' with W. Parkin, British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Sexualities in Social Context, University of Central Lancashire, March 1994.

'Men's heterosexual violence to known women: the absence and presence of 'sex' in men's accounts of violence', British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Sexualities in Social Context, University of Central Lancashire, March 1994.

'Patterns of men's contacts with Social Service Agencies' ESRC Policy and Implementation Seminar with Social Services Agencies, University of Bradford, May 1994.

'Patterns of men's contacts with criminal justice agencies' ESRC Policy and Implementation Seminar with Criminal Justice System, University of Bradford, July, 1994.

'What can men do about management?' Sheffield Hallam University, July, 1994.

'Devising and implementing appropriate teaching strategies for the development of anti-oppressive social work practice' with E. Harlow, 27th Congress of the International Association of Schools of Social Work, Amsterdam, July 1994.

`The current state of research and theory', Chair of Panel and Presenter on on Organisations, Professions, Work and Gender . `Backlash or New Horizons?' Studying Gender and Gender Relations Conference, Faculty of Sociology/Interdisciplinary Women's Studies Centre, University of Bielefeld, Germany, July 1994.

'Men's heterosexual violence to known women', 'Backlash or New Horizons?' Studying Gender and Gender Relations Conference, Faculty of Sociology/Interdisciplinary Women's Studies Centre, University of Bielefeld, Germany, July 1994.

1994-1995

'Patterns of men's contacts with health agencies' ESRC Policy and Implementation Seminar with Health Agencies, University of Bradford, September 1994.

‘Starting writing again’ Writing for Publication Conference, University of Bradford, September, 1994.

‘Men’s violence to known women - policy implications for agency and interagency working work women and with men’ with J. Hanmer, ESRC Conference, Violence to Women from Known Men: Policy Development, Interagency Approaches to Good Practice, University of Bradford, September, 1994.

‘Power and change? - Men’s groups, men’s violences and managements’ Levi Strauss Public Lecture, Social and Political Studies, University of Cambridge, February, 1995.

'What men's violence to known women tells us about men' Department of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, February 1995.

Co-deliver three-day doctoral research course with D.H.J. Morgan ‘Critical Studies on Men’ , Institute of Sociology, University of Oslo, March, 1995.

‘Doing violence/talking violence/ writing violence: the case of organisational responses to men’s violence to known women’, Organisation/Violence Conference, Drogheda, Ireland, April 1995.

‘Changing men and changing management: personal, political and research agendas’ Keynote Men in Management Changing Cultures within Education Conference. Thomas Danby College, Leeds, May 1995.

Convenor of theme ‘Women, men and organisations: contrasts and contradictions’ EGOS Conference (European Group on Organisation Studies.) ‘Organisations: Contrasts and ‘Contradictions’ Department of Management, University of Bogazici, Turkey, July 1995.

 

1995-1996

Official Faculty Guest, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Helsinki, October 1995, including ‘Gender, sexuality and organizations: the question of men’ and ‘Men’s violence to known women: questions of gender, sexuality and organizations’

‘Gender, sexuality and organizations: the question of men’ Work Research Institute, University of Tampere, October, 1995.

‘Men’s violence to known women: questions of gender, sexuality and organizations’ Department of Social Policy, and the Unit for Women’s Studies and Gender Relations, University of Tampere, October, 1995.

‘Reflections on silence and din in organizations’ with E. Harlow and W. Parkin,

Gender, Culture and Organizational Change: Putting Theory into Practice Conference, INLOGOV, Birmingham University and Applied Social Studies, University of Bradford, November, 1995.

‘Violence to women by known men - the research’ with J. Hanmer, Violence to Women by Known Men Conference. Bradford Community Health. November 1995.

‘ Men talking about violence; agency responses to violence’, Institute of Public Policy Research Conference ‘Peace at Home’, National Film Theatre, London, February 1996.

‘Trying to theorise the relationship of violence and organizations’, Department of Sociology, University of Manchester, April 1996.

‘Men, violence and organisations’ Department of Applied Social Studies, University of Bradford, May 1996.

‘Key issues for men and for working with men’, Working with Men for Change in Social Care Conference, The Institute of Education, University of London, May 1996.

‘How do men need to change? Personal, political and other challenges’, Women and Men Working Together for a Change Conference, Royal Geographical Society, London, June 1996.

‘Men and men’s violence to known women: the ‘lure’ and ‘lack’ of cultural studies approaches’ Crossroads in Cultural Studies International Conference, Tampere University, July 1996.

1996-1997

‘Methodological issues in doing research on men and violence’ (paper), and ‘Threatened identities’ (workshop) British Sociological Association Summer School, University of Durham, September 1996.

‘Men’s responses to feminism in the U.K. and the U.S.’ with M.Kimmel, Christina Institute of Women’s Studies, University of Helsinki, September 1996.

‘Men and gender equality in the U.K. and the U.S.’ with M.Kimmel, The Council for Equality, The Parliament Building, Helsinki, September 1996.

‘Men and management in the universities: two more challenges for equal opportunities’, Finnish Universities Equal Opportunities Committees Annual Conference, University of Tampere, September 1996.

‘The qualitative dimension in health research’ with G. Dowswell, J. Lawler, J. Young and A. Forster, The Third International Interdisciplinary Conference on Qualitative Health Research, Bournemouth, October-November 1996.

Convenor and Introduction ‘Doing Critical Empirical Research on Men and Men’s Practices’ One Day Research Seminar, University of Manchester, November 1996.

‘Men’s politics, men’s programmes and critical studies on men: connecting men’s responses to men’s violence to women’, Violence, Abuse & Women’s Citizenship International Conference, Brighton, November 1996.

‘The implications of critical studies on men’, Keynote paper at Nordic Women’s Studies and Gender Research Today Conference, Frø og Frukter, Oslo University, November 1996.

‘Men’s violence to known women: questions of history, methodology, the body, theory’, Nordic Summer University Masculinity Group Winter Seminar, Helsinki, January 1997.

‘Critical studies on men: progress, problems and possibilities’, Department of Sociology Dayschool on Male Studies, University of Joensuu, February 1997.

‘Men and men’s violence to women: two achilles’ heels for mainstream sociology?’, Department of Sociology, University of Helsinki, March 1997.

Co-organiser with P. Bagguley, S. Roseneil and J.Seymour, British Sociological Association Annual Conference, ‘Power/Resistance’, University of York, April 1997.

‘Conferences, power and resistance’, Panel with D. Collinson, M. Collinson and D.Morgan, British Sociological Association Annual Conference, ‘Power/Resistance’, University of York, April 1997.

‘Research on men, masculinities and managers: some implications for careers and the lifecourse’, The Gender Viewpoint on the Lifespan and Vocational Careers, Life in Context Doctoral Course, Department of Psychology, University of Joensuu, April 1997.

‘Searching for the centre of men and men’s power?: historical, geographical and theoretical perspectives’, International Colloquium on Masculinities, University of Natal, South Africa, July 1997.

‘Gender equity and policy-making: comparative perspectives’, Masculinity and Schooling Conference, Department of Education, University of Natal/British Council, South Africa, July 1997.

1997-98

‘Men, and power: citizenship, welfare, nation and global relations’, European Sociological Association Conference ‘20th Century Europe: Inclusions/Exclusions’, University of Essex, August 1997.

‘Critical studies on men’, Brains, Bras and Battles Course, Centre for Continuing Education, Åbo Akademi University, October 1997.

‘Motherhood, fatherhood and men’, Madonnor och Matronor Course, Centre for Continuing Education, Åbo Akademi University, November 1997.

‘Gender and organisations’, Department of Economics, Åbo Akademi University, November 1997.

‘Men and management’, Kompetens-97 Leadership and Communication Conference, Åbo Akademi University, November 1997.

‘Men’s violence to known women: the ambiguity of men’s support for men’, Research Centre in Social Sciences, Göteborg University, November 1997.

‘Men’s violence to known women: research, policy and change in the UK’, Council for Equality between Women and Men, National Conference on Violence to Women, Helsinki, November 1997.

‘Women managers and men managers in universities’, with H. Silius, Staff Management Seminar, Åbo Akademi University, November 1997.

‘Men, masculinities and violences’, Departments of Women’s Studies, Applied Social Studies, Law; Sociology, University College, Cork, December 1997.

‘Men, fathers and the state’, Symposium on Fathers and the State, Advanced Research School of Comparative Gender Studies, Stockholm University, January 1998.

‘Sexuality and organisations’, SPOL Conference, Annual Conference of the Association of Finnish Psychology Students, Seksuaalisuus Psykologin Työssä, Turku University, January 1998.

‘Why study men?, Faculty of Social Sciences, Masculinities in Motion Programme, University of Karlstad, February 1998.

‘Men, gender relations and organisations: some unresolved questions’, Centre for Gender Studies, University of Karlstad, February 1998.

Interviews on men’s violence to women in programmes 1 – 4, ‘"Ursäkta blodspåren" – en kurs om våld, makt och kön’, Centre for Continuing Education, Åbo Akademi University, February – March 1998.

‘Men and masculinities’, Two Day Doctoral Course, Department of Sociology, Stockholm University, February 1998.

‘Sexuality in and around organisations’, Department of Economics, Åbo Akademi University, March 1998.

‘The end of men? (as we know them)’, International Women’s Day Marathon, Institute of Women’s Studies, Åbo Akademi University, March 1998.

‘Gender, power and social theory’, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo, March 1998.

‘Power and resistance: core issues in sociological inquiry’, Öppet hus, Department of Sociology, Åbo Akademi University, April 1998.

‘The changing man?’, Åbo Akademi University Staff Association/Gender Equality Committee/Health and Welfare Committee, April 1998.

‘Methodological reflections on the lastensuojelu/child protection comparative research project’, with T. Pösö and J. Korpinen, The Scottish-Nordic School on Qualitative Research – Gender, Welfare and Health, Tampere University, May 1998.

‘The trouble with men – men, gender divisions and welfare’, Institute of Women’s Studies, Åbo Akademi University, May 1998.

‘Globalisation, new technologies and sexuality’, Sex over the Wire Panel: New Technology and Sexualisation, TERVE-SOS Conference ‘Well-being from Technology?’, Oulu, Finland, May 1998.

‘Gender, sexuality, violences and organisational worlds’, Department of Sociology, Åbo Akademi University, May 1998.

‘Is the critical study of men managers in universities also about women, change and the culture of universities’, Winds of Change Conference: Women and the Culture of Universities, University of Technology Sydney, July 1998.

1998-99

‘Pro-feminism, fathers and fatherhood: contradictions in a globalising world’, Isän Jäljillä/Med Pappa I Nya Spår, Conference of the Finnish Council for Equality between Women and Men and the Nordic Council of Ministers, Hanasaari, Espoo, Finland, August 1998.

‘Men, masculinities, managements and gender equality in higher education’, European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education, University of Helsinki, August 1998.

‘Sexual harassment and universities’, with N. Hagman, European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education, University of Helsinki, August 1998.

‘Gender perspectives in legal education’, Gender Perspectives in Legal Education Conference, University of Helsinki, October 1998.

‘Gendered perspectives on organisations’, KEPA National Service Centre for Development, Helsinki, October 1998.

‘Gender, identity, agency’, Department of Sociology, University of Umeå, November 1998.

‘’The violences of men’: reflections on researching men’s violence to known women’, Department of Sociology, University of Umeå, November 1998.

‘Men’s violence to women: scope, roots, consequences, research and policy’, Keynote Address, National Expert, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Finland, Seminar for Joint Project between the United States and Finland concerning the Promotion of the Status of Women in the Baltic Countries, Riga, March 1999.

‘The implications of critical studies on men’, Hegemoni och Mannsforskning Conference, University of Karlstad, March 1999.

‘Critical studies on men: studying men’s violence to women’, University of Tampere, March 1999.

’Organisations/Violences: emerging problems and challenges for sociology’, with S. Charpentier, British Sociological Association Annual Conference ’For Sociology’, Glasgow University, April 1999.

‘The construction of the problem of young men’, International Seminar on Boys and Young Men, Centre for Women’s Studies, University of Oslo, April 1999.

‘’Men, Masculinities and Social Theory’- ten years on’, Seminar on Masculinities and Social Theory, Centre of Women’s Studies, University of Lund, April 1999.

‘The negotiations and representations of men – past and present perspectives’, Gender, Representation and Social Negotiation Symposium, Centre for Women’s Studies, University of Lund, April 1999.

‘Gendering the connections between organisations and violence’, From Asymmetric Gender-Culture to Gender-Parity Workshop, Sozial Forschungs Stelle, Dortmund, May 1999.

‘Men as managers, managers as men’, Stockholm School of Business, May 1999.

Discussant, ‘Economic sociology: women’s entrepreneurship’, The Second Joint Conference of the research Programme on the Finnish Economic Crisis of the 1990s, Academy of Finland, Helsinki, June 1999.

Member of Finland group, HSFR/ERSC Nordic-UK Collaborative Seminar ‘Employment Policies and Gender Relations’, Stockholm, June 1999.

‘What is a case? History, methodology and preliminary empirical findings in the lastensuojelu/child protection research project’, with J. Korpinen, T. Pösö, C. Smith and S. White, European Social Work: Building Expertise for the 21st Century, European Association of Schools of Social Work, Helsnki, June 1999.

‘Men, feminism, organisations and organising‘, Women’s Worlds 99, the 7th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Tromso, June 1999.

‘The violences of men: men doing, talking about and responding to violence against women’, Women’s Worlds 99, the 7th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Tromso, June 1999.

1999-2000

‘The violences of men’, Meet the Author, The European Sociological Conference, Amsterdam, August 1999.

‘Developing the research themes: past lessons, international perspectives, future challenges’, Exploratory Workshop on Power, Violence and Gender, The Research Council for Culture and Society, Academy of Finland, Helsinki, September 1999.

‘Gendering research on men’s violence to women’, with J. Hanmer, Council of Europe Seminar on Men and Violence, Strasbourg, October 1999.

‘The challenge of power to men’, The Challenge of Power Conference, Limerick University, November 1999.

‘Men, men’s sexualities and men’s violences’, Reproduction and Sexuality - a Public Health Perspective, Department of Public Health, Turku University, December 1999.

‘Doctoral course’, University of Fribourg, January 2000

 


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