The Comparative Sociology Of Disabled Masculinities: A Bourdieusian Analysis Of Autobiographies By Men With Spinal Cord Injuries and Autism Spectrum Conditions
Sociological examinations of the intersection between disability and masculinity remain underdeveloped. While insightful analyses have considered the mechanisms through which impairments may interrupt socially valued performances of masculinity, a number of key limitations persist. Extant work within the field has not considered in sufficient depth and complexity: the comparative diversity of the gender/disability intersection; the role(s) of affective...[Show more]
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