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Canadian Perspectives on Men and Masculinities is a comprehensive introduction to the histories, themes, and issues that have fashioned the Canadian male identity. Through analysis of popular culture, sport, sexuality, religion, ethnicity, and immigration, this text examines and deconstructs the myriad ways in which masculinity has been, and continues to be, constructed and depicted in Canada. Organized into three thematic sections, Canadian Perspectives on Men and Masculinities is made up of 17 original essays that break down and analyze the theories, narratives, and inequalities informing our common understanding of masculinity in Canada. Chapter introductions by general editor Jason Laker guide students through complex theory and reinforce key themes, while end-of-chapter discussion questions and lists of recommended websites provide a kick-start for students to critically engage with the content.
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Jason A. Laker is the associate vice-president and dean of student affairs and professor within the Connie L. Lurie College of Education at San Jose State University. Previously, he taught in the Department of Gender Studies and the Cultural Studies Graduate Program at Queen's University, Ontario.
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