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Masculinity and Irish Popular Culture

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    Chapter 1 Introduction
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    Chapter 2 Clubs, Closets and Catwalks: GAA Stars and the Politics of Contemporary Irish Masculinity
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    Chapter 3 Trans-formations of Gendered Identities in Ireland
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    Chapter 4 Compartmentalized Cosmopolitans: Constructions of Urban Space in Queer Irish Cinema
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    Chapter 5 From Men to Boys: Masculinity, Politics and the Irish Boy Band
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    Chapter 6 ‘Irish Lads’ and English Rock: Musical Masculinities in the 1990s
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    Chapter 7 ‘Oh Me, Oh My’: Masculinity, Popular Music and Reviving Joe Dolan
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    Chapter 8 A Postmodern Crisis of Irish Masculinity — Patrick McCabe’s Winterwood (2006)
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    Chapter 9 From Violent Masculinities to Gynandricity? Sean O’Reilly’s Watermark (2005)
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    Chapter 10 Sons of the Tiger: Performing Neoliberalism, Post-Feminism, and Masculinity in ‘Crisis’ in Contemporary Irish Theatre
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    Chapter 11 Mirror Mirror on the Wall: Unwanted Reflections in The Boys of Foley Street (2012)
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    Chapter 12 Body of Evidence: Performing Hunger
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    Chapter 13 Othering Masculinity in the Multicultural Irish Thriller
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    Chapter 14 From Symbol to Symptom — Changing Representations of Fatherhood in Recent Irish Cinema
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    Chapter 15 ‘He’s a Good Soldier, He Cares About the Future’: Post-Feminist Masculinities, the IRA Man and ‘Peace’ in Northern Ireland
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    Chapter 16 Pure Male: Masculine Spaces and Stasis in Eugene O’Brien’s Pure Mule (2005)
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    Chapter 17 Adjusting Men and Abiding Mammies: Gendering the Recession in Ireland
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Masculinity and Irish Popular Culture
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Springer, February 2014
DOI 10.1057/9781137300249
978-1-137-30024-9, 978-1-137-30023-2, 978-1-349-45307-8, 978-1-137-30025-6

Holohan, Conn, Tracy, Tony


Holohan, Conn, Tracy, Tony

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Unknown 3 100%

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Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Bachelor 2 67%
Student > Ph. D. Student 1 33%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Arts and Humanities 3 100%