Bodies in/out of place: hegemonic masculinity and kamins' motherhood in Indian coal mines
In public discourse and representation, mine pits are naturalized as masculine domains - as the most obvious place of work for men by virtue of their physiological or biological traits. In this article I explore how such hegemonic masculinity is construct
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