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Critical Research Network on Men in Europe

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Crome:  Critical Research Network on Men in Europe

 

CROME: CRITICAL RESEARCH NETWORK ON MEN IN EUROPE  

Keith Pringle, Jeff Hearn, Elzbieta Oleksy, Ursula Mueller, Tamar Pitch, Voldemar Kolga, Harry Ferguson, Carmine Ventimiglia, Irina Novikova, Janna Chernova, Oystein GullvŚg Holter, Emmi Lattu, Eivind Olsvik and Jackie Millett

is a research Network working on a series of linked researches on men in Europe.

The main project funded by the European Union Framework V is:

ĎTHE SOCIAL PROBLEM OF MENí (Full title: THE SOCIAL PROBLEM AND SOCIETAL PROBLEMATISATION OF MEN AND MASCULINITIES) (HPSE-CT-1999-0008).

EU Framework V has funded for 3 years since March 2000 the European Research Network on Men in Europe project: íThe Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinitiesí. The project gathers existing research, statistical and policy data on men and masculinities in relation to work/home, exclusion, health and violence. It is a comparative study which has consisted of ten countries and thirteen institutions. The research institutions are the following: Tallinn University, Estonia; the Swedish School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland; Bielefeld University, Germany; University College Cork, Ireland; University College Dublin; Universities of Parma and Camerino, Italy; University of Latvia, Latvia; NIKK, (The Nordic Institute of Womenís Studies and Gender Research), Oslo, Norway; Lodz University, Poland; The European University at St. Petersburg, Russian Federation; Sunderland University, UK; and the University of West of England, UK

The research project aims to develop empirical, theoretical and policy outcomes on the gendering of men and masculinities. Two main research questions are closely related: first, the specific, gendered social problem of men and certain masculinities, and second, the more general, gendered societal problematisation of men. The whole project is contextualised in relation to welfare responses to social problems and inequalities, changing family structures and work configurations within labour market, the home and wider European society and associated policy outcomes.

 

The website ( www.cromenet.org  ) provides a large amount of information on these subjects, including

∑ 40 national reports

∑ 4 summary reports

∑ other information and articles

 

The last twenty years or more have seen a considerable growth of Critical Studies on Men as part of Womenís Studies. This has led to the formation of a number of networks and forms of organising of women and men focusing on Critical Studies on Men. In March this year and following a long period of planning and cooperation, The European Research Network on Men in Europe, a research network working on a series of linked researches on men in Europe, was launched. The main project is the Network funded by the European Union Framework V, ĎThe Social Problem of Mení (full title: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities) HPSE-CT-1999-00008. This includes setting up The European Documentation Centre and Data Base on Men and Menís Practices (www.cromenet.org), based in the Department of Management and Organisation, The Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration. The Network currently consists of women and men researchers in ten countries - Estonia, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Norway, Poland, Russian Federation, the UK. The EU coordinator is Keith Pringle (Professor, Comparative Social Policy, Sunderland University, UK). The principal contractors are Jeff Hearn (Professor, The Swedish School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland; and Manchester University), Ursula Mueller (Professor, Womenís Studies and Sociology, Bielefeld University), Elzbieta Oleksy (Professor, Womenís Studies and Literature, Lodz University, Poland). Emmi Lattu is the main research assistant to the Network. Jackie Millett is the main administrator of the Network.

 

AIMS

The European Research Network on Men in Europe comprises women and men researchers who are researching on men in an explicitly gendered way. The bringing together of women and men researchers is extremely important, necessary and timely in the development of research on men in Europe. Research on men that draws only on the work of men is likely to neglect the very important research that has been and is being made by women to research on men. As such, research and networking based on only men researchers is likely to reproduce some of the existing gender inequalities of research and policy development. In contrast, gender-collaborative research is necessary in the pursuit of gender equality, in the combating of gender discrimination, and in the achievement of equality and in the fight against discrimination more generally.

 

The European Research Network on Men in Europe also acts as an information resource for other researchers and policy-makers. In the longer term it is planned that the Network will include researchers from other European countries. The overall aim of The European Research Network on Men in Europe is to develop empirical, theoretical and policy outcomes on the gendering of men and masculinities. Initially, the Research Network focuses on two closely related gendered questions: first, the specific, gendered social problem of men and certain masculinities; and, second, the more general, gendered societal problematisation of men (and certain masculinities). More specifically, this exploration is primarily contextualised in terms of welfare responses to associated social problems and inequalities. 

 

WHY CRITICAL RESEARCH ON MEN IN EUROPE?

So why, develop critical research on men in Europe? For a very long time, men, masculinity and menís powers and practices were generally taken-for-granted. Gender was largely seen as a matter of and for women. Men were generally seen as ungendered, as Ďjust like thatí, natural or naturalised Ė not only in everyday life and in politics, but also in academia. This is now less the case than even ten years ago. There has been a gradually growing realisation that men and masculinities are just as gendered as are women and femininities. It is now clear that Ďgenderí and Ďgender relationsí are about both women and men. This gendering of men is both a matter of changing academic and political analyses of men in society, and contemporary changes in the form of menís own lives and men's experiences and perceptions, sometimes developing counter to their earlier expectations and the experiences of recent generations of other men.

 

Not only are men now increasingly recognised as gendered, but they, or rather some men, are increasingly recognised as a gendered social problem to which welfare systems may, or for a variety of reasons may not, respond. This can apply in terms of menís violence to women and children, crime, drug and alcohol abuse, health problems, buying of sex, accidents, driving, and so on, and indeed the denial of such problems as sexual violence. The association of the gendered problematisation of men and masculinities, and the gendered social problem of men and masculinities is complex, as indeed are the differential responses of welfare and other systems. At the very least there are various ways in which the more general gendering and gendered problematisations of men and masculinities both facilitate and derive from more particular recognition of certain men and masculinities as social problems. Such recognition can apply through the use of measurable information, as well as through less exact discursive constructions in politics, policy, law and media.

 

These problematisations of men and construction of men as gendered social problems apply in academic and political analysis, and in mení own lives and experiences. They also exist more generally at the societal level, and very importantly in quite different ways in different societies. While it may be expected that some kind of problematisation of men and masculinities may now be observable in many, perhaps most, European societies, the form that it takes is likely to be very different indeed from society to society. For example, the recent massive economic and social transformations of the Baltic, Central and Eastern European countries have impacted hugely upon attitudes and practices relating to men. In some countries, the problematisation of men may appear in public concern around young men, crime, relatively low educational attainments in schools; in others, it may take the form of anxieties around the family, fatherhood, and relations with children; elsewhere, the specific links between boyhood, fathering and men may be emphasised; or the question of menís ill-health, alcohol use, depression, loneliness, and low life expectancy; or the reconciling of home and work, with the pressure towards long working hours; or menís violence to women and children; or menís participation in and continued domination of political and economic institutions.

 

There is clearly great national and societal variation in how men and masculinities interact with issues not only culture but also other major social divisions and inequalities, particularly class, "race", xenophobia and racism, ethnicity, nationalism and religion. The intersection of "race", ethnicity and nationalism appear especially, and probably increasingly, important for the construction of both dominant and subordinated forms of men and masculinities. This involves investigation of the complex interrelations between these varying genderings and problematisations and the social, political, economic and state structures and processes within and between countries. This is likely to assist in the formulation of social policy responses. Through comparative study, The European Research Network on Men in Europe seeks to analyse menís practices, gender relations and policy responses to them in their social and cultural contexts, as both socially and culturally constructed and with real material forms, effects and outcomes for peopleís lives. The notion of Ďmen in Europeí is used, rather than, say, Ďthe European maní or ĎEuropean mení. This highlights the social construction, and indeed the historical mutability, of men - within the contexts of both individual European nations and the developing form of the EU itself as a policy arena. This involves the examination of the relationship of men and masculinities to European nations and European institutions.

 

FOCUSES AND METHODS

This is clearly a large set of tasks. The main focus of the current work of The European Research Network on Men in Europe is on four thematic areas: menís relations to home and work; menís relations to social exclusion; menís violences; and menís health. These are being reviewed in each of the ten countries drawing on four data sources: in terms of relevant research, academic and analytical literature; statistical sources; governmental, quasi-governmental and related legal, policy and political statements; national press output. National reports are being produced summarising material from each of these four data sources, and focusing within each report on the four thematic areas listed above. These national reports will be available in due course on the website (www.cromenet.org), and will feed into future interface seminars with researchers and policy-makers.

We are also in the process of collecting published and unpublished material on men and menís practices for the Documentation Centre and Data Base on Men and Menís Practices. These can be in paper and/or electronic form. If you are working on these isssues, this is a good way of making your work on men more widely known throughout Europe and beyond.

Members:

Zhanna Chernova European University at St. Petersburg, Russian Federation.  

Professor Harry Ferguson University College Dublin, Ireland.  

Professor Jeff Hearn The Swedish School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland, and Manchester University, UK.

Dr ōystein GullvŚg Holter Work Research Institute, Oslo.

Professor Voldemar Kolga University of Tallinn, Estonia.

Emmi Lattu The Swedish School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland.

Jackie Millett University of Sunderland, UK.

Professor Dr Ursula Mueller University of Bielefeld, Germany.

Dr Irina Novikova University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia.

Professor Elzbieta H. Oleksy University of Lodz, Poland.

Eivind Olsvik Nordic Institute for Womenís Studies and Gender Research (NIKK), Oslo, Norway (Nordic Co-ordinator of Critical Studies on Men).

Associate Professor Tamar Pitch University of Camerino, Italy.

Professor Keith Pringle University of Sunderland, UK.

Professor Carmine Ventimiglia University of Parma, Italy. 

 

Publications

 

Chernova, J. 2000. Russian Federation national report on research on menís practices. Workpackage 1. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. Available at www.cromenet.org 

Chernova, J. 2001. Russia National Report on Statistical Information on Menís Practices. Workpackage 2. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. Available at www.cromenet.org 

Chernova, J. 2001. Russia National Report on Law and Policy Addressing Menís Practices: Workpackage 3. EU FP5 Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. Available at: www.cromenet.org 

Connell, R.W., Hearn, J. and Kimmel, M. (eds.). Forthcoming. Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Thousand Oaks, Ca./London: Sage.

 

Ferguson, H. 2000. Ireland national report on research on menís practices. Workpackage 1. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. Ferguson, H. 2001. Men and masculinties in late-modern Ireland. In Pease, B. and Pringle, K. (eds.). A Manís World? Changing Men's Practices in a Globalised World. London: Zed Books, pp. 118-134. 

Ferguson, H. 2001. Ireland National Report on Statistical Information on Menís Practices. Workpackage 2. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Ferguson, H. 2001. Ireland National Report on Law and Policy Addressing Menís Practices: Workpackage 3. EU FP5 Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Ferguson, H. with the assistance of C. Mackinnon, 2001. Ireland National Report on Newspaper Representations on Men and Menís Practices Workpackage 4. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Hanmer, J. and Hearn, J. 2000. Gendering research on menís violence to women. Men and Violence Against Women, Seminar Proceedings, Council of Europe, 7-8 October 1999, Strasbourg, pp. 32-40. 

Hearn, J. 2000. Forskning om maend I fire dele af verden: USA, Australia, England og Norden. NIKK Magasin, Nr. 1, pp. 7-9.

 

Hearn, J. 2000. Quelle politique pour les ťtudes critiques sur les hommes In Welzer-Lang, D. (ed.) Nouvelles approches des hommes et du masculin. Toulouse, Les Presses Universitaires du Mirail, Fťminin-Masculin Series, The Equipe Simone Research Team, Toulouse, pp. 255-259.

 

Hearn, J. 2000. On the complexity of feminist intervention in organisations. Organisation: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Organisation, Theory and Society.  7 (4), pp. 609-624.

 

Hearn, J. 2000. Men, (pro-)feminism, organising and organisations. Finnish Journal of Business Economics, 3, pp. 350-372.

 

Hearn, J. 2000. The naming of men: national and transnational perspectives. The Network Newsletter. Promoting Gender Equality (The British Council) No. 21, pp. 4-5.

 

Hearn, J. and Collinson, D.L. 2000. Critical research studies on men, masculinities and management's. In Davidson, M.J. and Burke, R.J. (eds.) Women in Management: Current Research Issues Volume II. London : Paul Chapman/Sage, pp. 263-278.

 

Hearn. J. and Jyrkinen, M. 2000. Uudet teknologiat: globalisaatio ja seksiteollisuus. (New technologies, globalisation and the sex industry) Naistutkimus, 4, pp. 67-71.

 

Hearn, J. and Kovalainen, A. 2000. Gender Relations in Transnational Organisations: A Theoretical, Conceptual and Methodological Overview. Helsinki: The Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration, Working Paper Series, 2000.

 

Hearn, J. and Lattu, E. 2000. CROME: Kriittistš tutkimusta miehistš Euroopassa (CROME: critical studies on men in Europe). Naistutkimustiedote, 2/3, pp. 14-17.

 

Hearn, J. and Lattu, E. 2000. Finland National Report on Research on Menís Practices. Workpackage 1. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. Available at www.cromenet.org 

Hearn, J., MŁller, U., Oleksy, E., Pringle, K., Chernova, J., Ferguson, H., Holter, O.G., Kolga, V., Novikova, I., Pitch, T., Ventimiglia, Lattu, E. C. and Olsvik, E. 2000. Summary Report on Workpackage 1 on Ten National Reports on Research on Menís Practices: Deliverable 2, EU FP5 Thematic Network, ĎThe Social Problem of Mení. Helsinki: Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration, 140 pp. Available at: http://www.cromenet.org/ 

Hearn, J. 2001. Men, social work and menís violence to women. In Christie, A. (ed.) Men and Social Work. London: Macmillan, pp. 63-86.  

Hearn, J. 2001. Academia, management and men: making the connections, exploring the implications. In Brooks, A. and Mackinnon, A. (eds.) Gender and the Restructured University: Changing Management and Culture in Higher Education. Buckingham and Philadelphia: Open University Press, pp. 69-89.

 

Hearn, J. 2001. Nation, state and welfare: the cases of Finland and the UK. In Pease, B. and Pringle, K. (eds.) A Manís World? Changing Men's Practices in a Globalised World. London: Zed Books, pp. 85-102. 

Hearn, J. 2001. Men organising and working against menís violence to women: campaigns, programmes, commitments, development. Development: the Journal of the Society for International Development, 44 (3), pp. 85-89. 

Hearn, J. and Collinson, D.L. 2001. Naming men as men: implications for work, organisations and management. In Whitehead, S. and Barrett, F. (eds.) The Masculinities Reader. Cambridge, Polity, pp. 144-169. (Reprinted from Gender, Work and Organisation, 1994).

 

Hearn, J., Green. L.. and Parkin, W. 2001. Power. In Wilson, E (ed.) Organisational Behaviour Reassessed: the Impact of Gender. London:Sage, pp. 186-212.

 

Hearn, J., Lattu, E., and Tallberg, T., 2001a. Finland National Report on Statistical Information on Menís Practices. Workpackage 2. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. Available at www.cromenet.org 

Hearn, J., Lattu, E. and Tallberg, T. 2001b. Finland National Report on Law and Policy Addressing Menís Practices. Workpackage 3. EU FP5 Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. Available at: www.cromenet.org 

Hearn, J.,and Lattu, E. andand Tallberg, T. 2001c. Finland National Report on Newspaper Representations on Men and Menís Practices. Workpackage 4. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. Available at www.cromenet.org 

Hearn, J., MŁller, U., Oleksy, E., Pringle, K., Chernova, J., Ferguson, H., Holter, O.G., Kolga, V., Novikova, I., Pitch, T., Ventimiglia, C., Lattu, E., Tallberg, T., Millett, J., and Olsvik E. 2001. Summary Report on Workpackage 2 on Ten National Reports on Statistical Information on Menís Practices: Deliverable 2, EU FP5 Thematic Network, ĎThe Social Problem of Mení. Helsinki: Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration. Report to the European Commission, 180 pp.  

Hearn, J., MŁller, U., Oleksy, E., Pringle, K., Chernova, J., Ferguson, H., Holter, O.G., Kolga, V., Novikova, I., Pitch, T., Ventimiglia, C., Lattu, E., Tallberg, T., Millett, J., and Olsvik, E. 2001. Summary Report on Workpackage 3 on Ten National Reports on Law and Policy on Menís Practices: Deliverable 5, EU FP5 Thematic Network, ĎThe Social Problem of Mení. Helsinki: Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration. Report to the European Commission, 121 pp.  

Hearn, J., MŁller, U., Oleksy, E., Pringle, K., Chernova, J., Ferguson, H., Holter, O.G., Kolga, V., Novikova, I., Ventimiglia, C., Lattu, E., Tallberg, T., Millett, J. and Olsvik, E. 2001. Summary Report on Workpackage 4 on Ten National Reports on Media Representations of Menís Practices: Deliverable 7, EU FP5 Thematic Network, ĎThe Social Problem of Mení. Helsinki: Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration. Report to the European Commission, 109 pp.  

Hearn, J., MŁller, U., Oleksy, E., Pringle, K., Kolga, V., Novikova, I,. Pitch, T.,Ventimiglia, C., Millett, J. and Olsvik, E. 2001. Research note: European research network on men in Europe. Journal of European Social Policy, 11 (2), pp. 171-173.

 

Hearn, J., MŁller, U., Oleksy, E., Pringle, K., Kolga, V., Novikova, I., Ventimiglia, C., Millett, J. and Olsvik, E. 2001. Information Networking on Men's Practices in Europe. European Information, Issue 16.

 

Hearn, J. and Parkin, W. 2001. Gender, Sexuality and Violence in Organisations: the Unspoken Forces of Organisation Violations. London: Sage.

 

Hearn, J. and Pringle, K. (with Network Partners). 2001. Thematic Network on the Social Problem and Societal Problematization of Men and Masculinities (MEN). In Hantrais, L. (ed.) Researching Family and Welfare from an International Comparative Perspective. Brussels: Directorate Technology Foresight and Socio-Economic Research, European Commission, pp. 58-62.

 

Hearn, J. 2002. Men, fatherhood and the state: national and transnational perspectives. In Hobson, B. (ed.) Making Men into Fathers: Men, Masculinities and the Social Politics of Fatherhood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 245-272, 293-294.

 

Hearn, J. 2002. Alternative conceptualisations and theoretical perspectives on identities and organisational cultures: a review of research on men in organisations. In Aaltio-Marjosola, I. and Mills, A. (eds.) Gender, Identities and the Culture of Organisations,. London and New York : Routledge, pp. 39-56.

 

Hearn, J. 2002. Critical Studies on Men in four parts of the world. NIKK Magasin, Nr. 3, pp. 12-15.

 

Hearn, J. 2002. On men, women, militarism and the military. In Higate, P. (ed.) Military Masculinities: Identities and the State. Connecticut : Greenwood.

 

Hearn, J. 2002. Education as intervention against menís violence to women. In Eliasson, M (ed.) Research on Violence to Women. Stockholm: The Swedish Government.

Hearn, J. 2002. Gender divisions and gender policies of top Finnish corporations. Stockholm: European Academy of Management 2002, Stockholm University. 

 

Hearn, J. 2002. Menís violences to women, gendered power and ínon-violentí institutions. In KŲn och vŚld i Norden. Rapport frŚn en konferens i KÝge, Danmark, 23-24 November 2001 / Gender and violence in the Nordic countries. Report from a conference in KÝge, Denmark, 23-24 November 2001. Copenhagen: The Nordic Council of Ministers' series TemaNord. 

Hearn, J., Kovalainen A. and Tallberg, T. 2002. Gender Divisions and Gender Policies in Top Finnish Corporations. Helsinki: Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration, Series B.

 

Hearn, J. and Lattu, E. (eds.) 2002. Gender, Men and Masculinities. Special Issue NORA: Nordic Journal of Womenís Studies, 10.  

Hearn, J. and Lattu, E. 2002. Men, masculinities and gender. NORA: Nordic Journal of Womenís Studies, 10(1): 3-5. 

Hearn, J. and Lattu, E. 2002. The recent development of Finnish studies on men: a selective review and a critique of a neglected area. NORA: Nordic Journal of Womenís Studies, 10(1): 49-60. 

Hearn, J., MŁller, U., Oleksy, E., Pringle, K., Chernova, J., Ferguson, H., Holter, O.G., Kolga, V., Novikova, I., Pitch, T., Ventimiglia, C., Lattu, E., Tallberg, T., Millett, J., Olsvik, E., Jacobsen, A. and Rydzewska, J. 2002. The European Research Network on Men in Europe: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities: Interim Final Report: ďThe Social Problem of MenĒ, EU FP5 Thematic Network, ĎThe Social Problem of Mení. Helsinki: Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration. Report to the European Commission, 95 pp. 

Hearn, J., MŁller, U., Oleksy, E., Pringle, K., Chernova, J., Ferguson, H., Holter, O.G., Kolga, V., Novikova, I., Pitch, T., Ventimiglia, C., Lattu, E., Tallberg, T. and Olsvik, E. 2002. The European Research Network on Men in Europe: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities: Draft Final Report: ďThe Social Problem of MenĒ, EU FP5 Thematic Network, ĎThe Social Problem of Mení. Helsinki: Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration. Report to the European Commission, 130 pp. 

Hearn, J., Pringle, K., MŁller, U., Oleksy, E., Lattu, E., Chernova, J., Ferguson, H., Holter, O.G., Kolga, V., Novikova, I., Ventimiglia, C., Olsvik, E. and Tallberg, T. 2002. Critical studies on men in ten European countries (1): the state of academic research. Men and Masculinities, 4(4): 64-92.

 

Hearn, J., Pringle, K., MŁller, U., Oleksy, E., Lattu, E., Chernova, J., Ferguson, H., Holter, ō.G., Kolga, V., Novikova, I., Ventimiglia, C., Olsvik, E. and Tallberg, T. 2002. Critical studies on men in ten European countries (2): the state of statistical information. Men and Masculinities, 5(1): 5-31.

 

Hearn, J., Pringle, K., MŁller, U., Oleksy, E., Lattu, E., Tallberg, T., Chernova, J., Ferguson, H., Holter, O.G., Kolga, V., Novikova, I., Ventimiglia, C., Olsvik, E. 2002. Critical studies on men in ten European countries (3): the state of law and policy. Men and Masculinities, 5(2): 192-217.

 

Hearn, J., Pringle, K., MŁller, U., Oleksy, E., Lattu, E., Tallberg, T., Chernova, J., Ferguson, H., Holter, O.G., Kolga, V., Novikova, I., Ventimiglia, C. In Press. Critical studies on men in ten European countries (4): newspaper and media representations. Men and Masculinities, 5.

 

Hearn, J. and Collinson, D.L. In Press. Naming men as men: implications for work, organisations and management. In Foldy, E. (ed.) The Blackwells Reader in Gender, Work and Organisation. Oxford/New York: Blackwells. (Reprinted from Gender, Work and Organisation, 1994).

Hearn, J. and Collinson, D.L. In Press. Breaking the silence: on men, masculinities and managements. In Foldy, E (ed.) The Blackwells Reader in Gender, Work and Organisation, Oxford/New York: Blackwells. (Reprinted Collinson, D.L. and Hearn, J. (eds.) Men as Managers, Managers as Men: Critical Perspectives on Men, Masculinities and Management's. London : Sage, 1996).

Hearn, J. and Collinson, D.L. Forthcoming. Work, organisations, management and leadership. In Connell, R.W., Hearn, J. and Kimmel, M. (eds.) The Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Thousand Oaks, Ca./London Sage.

 

Hearn, J. and Wessels, H. In Press. Menís violence to women: an urgent issue for education. In Davison, K. and Frank, B. (eds.) Masculinities, Sexualities and Schooling. Halifax, Nova Scotia : Fernwood Publishing.  

Holter, ō. G. and Olsvik, E. 2000. Norway National Report on Research on Menís Practices. Workpackage 1. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Holter, ō. G. 2001a. Norway National Report on Statistical Information on Menís Practices. Workpackage 2. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Holter, ō. G. 2001. Norway National Report on Law and Policy Addressing Menís Practices. Workpackage 3. EU FP5 Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Holter, ō. G. 2001. Norway National Report on Newspaper Representations on Men and Menís Practices. Workpackage 4. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. 

Holter, ō. G. Forthcoming. Men and masculinities in the social sciences. In Connell, R. W., Hearn, J. and Kimmel, M. (eds.) Handbook on Studies of Men and Masculinities. Thousand Oaks, Ca./London: Sage.

 

Kolga, V. 2000. Estonia national report on research on menís practices. Workpackage 1. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. 

Kolga, V. 2001. Estonia National Report on Statistical Information on Menís Practices. Workpackage 2. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Kolga, V. 2001. Estonia National Report on Law and Policy Addressing Menís Practices. Workpackage 3. EU FP5 Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Kolga, V. 2001. Estonia National Report on Newspaper Representations on Men and Menís Practices. Workpackage 4. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. 

Lattu, E. 2001. Naisiin kohdistuva vškivalta Sri Lankassa (Violence against women in Sri Lanka), in Mattila, R and Nard, L. (eds.). Yhdessš vškivaltaa vastaan (Together against violence). Helsinki : Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 

MŁller, U. 2000. Germany national report on research on menís practices. Workpackage 1. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. 

MŁller, U. 2001. Germany National Report on Statistical Information on Menís Practices. Workpackage 2. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

MŁller, U. 2001. Germany National Report on Law and Policy Addressing Menís Practices. Workpackage 3. EU FP5 Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

MŁller, U. and Jacobsen, A. 2001. Germany National Report on Newspaper Representations on Men and Menís Practices. Workpackage 4. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

MŁller, U. Forthcoming. Men, masculinities and feminist theory. In Connell, R. W., Hearn, J. and Kimmel, M. (eds.) Handbook on Studies of Men and Masculinities. Thousand Oaks, Ca./London: Sage.

 

Novikova, I. 2000. Latvia National Report on Research on Menís Practices. Workpackage 1. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Novikova, I. 2001. Latvia National Report on Statistical Information on Menís Practices. Workpackage 2. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. 

Novikova, I. 2001. Latvia National Report on Law and Policy Addressing Menís Practices. Workpackage 3. EU FP5 Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Novikova, I. 2001. Latvia National Report on Newspaper Representations on Men and Menís Practices. Workpackage 4. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Novikova, I. (ed.) Men and Masculinities in the Post-Communist Nations. Riga.

 

Novikova, I., Pringle, K., Hearn J., MŁller, U., Oleksy, E., Chernova, J., Ferguson, H., Holter, O.G., Kolga, V., Lattu, E., Tallberg, T. and Ventimiglia, C. Forthcoming. Men, Masculinities and Europe. In Connell, R. W., Hearn, J. and Kimmel, M. (eds.) Handbook on Studies of Men and Masculinities. Thousand Oaks, Ca./London: Sage.

 

Oleksy, E. 2000. Poland National Report on Research on Menís Practices. Workpackage 1. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Oleksy, E. 2001. Poland National Report on Statistical Information on Menís Practices. Workpackage 2. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. 

Oleksy, E. 2001. Poland National Report on Law and Policy Addressing Menís Practices. Workpackage 3. EU FP5 Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Oleksy, E. 2001. Poland National Report on Newspaper Representations on Men and Menís Practices. Workpackage 4. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Oleksy, E. 2002. Women in revolt, in Mikula, M. (ed.), Women, Don't Interfere With Us, We are Fighting for Poland. Polish Mothers and Transgressive Others London: Routledge

Oleksy, E and Ostrowska, E. (eds.). 2001. Gender Ė Film Ė Media. Krakow: Rabid. 

Pease, B. and Pringle, K. (eds.), 2001. Introduction: studying menís practices and gender relations in a global context. In  Pease, B. and Pringle, K. (eds.). A Manís World? Changing Men's Practices in a Globalised World. London: Zed Books, pp. 1-18. 

Pease, B. and Pringle, K. (eds.), 2001. A Manís World? Changing Men's Practices in a Globalised World. London: Zed Books. 

Pringle, K. 2000. UK National Report on Research on Menís Practices. Workpackage 1. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Pringle, K., Raynor, A. and Millett, J. 2001. UK National Report on Statistical Information on Menís Practices. Workpackage 2. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Pringle, K. with the assistance of A. Raynor and J. Millett. 2001. UK National Report on Law and Policy Addressing Menís Practices. Workpackage 3. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Pringle, K., Raynor, A. and Millett, J. 2001. UK National Report on Newspaper Representations on Men and Menís Practices. Workpackage 4. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. 

Russian Federation national report on Newspaper Representations on Men and Menís Practices. Workpackage 4. 2001. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Ventimiglia, C. and Pitch, T. 2000. Italy National Report on Research on Menís Practices. Workpackage 1. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. 

Ventimiglia, C. and Pitch, T. 2001. Italy National Report on Statistical Information on Menís Practices. Workpackage 2. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem of Men and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities.  

Ventimiglia, C. 2001. Italy National Report on Law and Policy Addressing Menís Practices. Workpackage 3. EU FP5 Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. 

Ventimiglia, C. 2001. Italy National Report on Newspaper Representations on Men and Menís Practices. Workpackage 4. HPSE-CT-1999-0008 EU FPV Thematic Network: The Social Problem and Societal Problematisation of Men and Masculinities. 

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