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    • Bureaucratization 

      Winter, Thomas (SAGE Publications, Inc., 2004)
      Bureaucracy, or bureaucratization, refers to routinized, deper-sonalized, and dispersed processes devoted to the execution of a variety of administrative tasks, and to the regulation and assessment of these tasks. Within ...
    • Class 

      Winter, Thomas (SAGE Publications, Inc., 2004)
      The economic and social transformations engendered by industrialization, urbanization, and the emergence of a market economy in the nineteenth century led to processes of class formation, class difference, and class identity ...
    • Cold War 

      Winter, Thomas (SAGE Publications, Inc., 2004)
      The Cold War, which began after World War II and lasted through the 1980s, was a geopolitical rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union grounded in an ideological rivalry between capitalism and communism. The ...
    • Gilded Age 

      Winter, Thomas (SAGE Publications, Inc., 2004)
      The Gilded Age (1873–1900) takes its name from the title of an 1873 novel by Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner. The social transformations that prompted Twain and Warner to characterize this period as materialistic, ...
    • Industrialization 

      Winter, Thomas (SAGE Publications, Inc., 2004)
      The process of industrialization, which began in the United States during the early nineteenth century, had an enormous impact on American constructions of masculinity. It complicated preindustrial notions of manhood based ...
    • Market Revolution 

      Winter, Thomas (SAGE Publications, Inc., 2004)
      The term market revolution describes a succession of economic and technological changes that transformed U.S. society between 1825 and 1860. The construction of roads, canals, and railroads; the opening of the West to ...
    • Married to Anatolian Tigers: business masculinities, relationalities, and limits to empowerment 

      Akyüz, Selin; Sayan Cengiz, F.; Çırakman, Aslı; Cindoğlu, Dilek (Routledge, 2019-09)
      This paper examines business masculinities and relationalities of empowerment in the everyday life experiences of male entrepreneurs and wives of entrepreneurs in three urban centers in Turkey: Gaziantep, Konya and İzmir. ...
    • Nationalism 

      Winter, Thomas (SAGE Publications, Inc., 2004)
      Throughout American history, notions of manliness have been central to concepts of national identity, and devotion to the nation has been deemed fundamental to understandings of American manhood. Yet definitions of manliness ...
    • Patriotism 

      Winter, Thomas (SAGE Publications, Inc., 2004)
      Patriotism and definitions of manliness have a shared history in the United States. While the pressure to be “patriotic” has been especially strong in times of national crisis or war, patriotism in general has been perceived ...
    • Professionalism 

      Winter, Thomas (SAGE Publications, Inc., 2004)
      Ideals of professionalism, like those of work more generally, have often been articulated in conjunction with notions of manliness, at least since what are commonly called “the professions” (law, medicine, and the ministry) ...
    • Urbanization 

      Winter, Thomas (SAGE Publications, Inc., 2004)
      Urbanization has changed constructions of manliness in U.S. society since the 1830s, when the nation experienced its first surge of urban expansion. Urbanization (the growth of cities and the built environment) has affected ...
    • When Syrian ‘girls’ meet Turkish ‘boys’: mapping gendered stories of mixed marriages 

      Akyüz, Selin; Tursun, Özgün (Routledge, 2019-02)
      This article explores the gendered experiences and negotiations of Syrian refugee women throughout forced migration processes and the different strategies during family formation that both Turkish men and Syrian women ...
    • Whiteness 

      Winter, Thomas (SAGE Publications, Inc., 2004)
      Throughout U.S. history, whiteness as a marker of racial identity, like masculinity as a gender identity, has often been associated with power, dominance, and the marginalization (and sometimes oppression) of others. Both ...