Employing the most recent works in the a variety of different disciplines, Mark Moss's The Media and the Models of Masculinity makes the current discourse(s) on masculinity accessible to students in media studies, men's studies, and history. By engaging in critical discussions on everything from fashion, to domestic space, to sports and television, readers will be privy to a modern and fascinating account of the diverse and dominant perceptions of and on masculine culture.
Mark Moss spent the last sixteen years as a teacher, coordinator, and administrator at Seneca College. Currently, he is a writer and consultant living in Toronto. This is his fourth book.
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Intro Chapter 3 Chapter 1: History and Theory Chapter 4 Chapter 2: The Media and Men Chapter 5 Chapter 3: Masculine Adornment Chapter 6 Chapter 4: The Media and Men II Chapter 7 Chapter 5: History Revisited Chapter 8 Chapter 6: The Impact of the Fifties: The Slacker, The Dude and The Rebel Chapter 9 Chapter 7: Masculinity, Media and Aggression Chapter 10 Chapter 8: Notes on Men and Technology Chapter 11 Chapter 9: The Objects on Men's Desks Chapter 12 Chapter 10: Sport and Media Culture Chapter 13 Conclusion