Autor(en)
Geczy, Adam; Karaminas, Vicki
Titel
Fashion and masculinities in popular culture
Teil von
Ort / Verlag
New York ; London : Routledge;
Erscheinungsjahr
2017
Verknüpfte Titel
Beschreibungen
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Introduction1. Vampire Dandies1.1 The Dandy1.2 The "Crisis of Masculinity"1.3 Metrosexuality and the Cult of Self1.4 The vampire of Capital and Commodity1.5 Queer Vampire Masculinities2. Playboys2.1 Commodified Masculinities2.2 On the Virtues of Bachelorhood2.3 The Bachelor Pad, or the Sexual Lair2.4 James Bond 0072.5 Fashioning 0073. Hipsters3.1 The White Negro3.2 Hipster vs Beatnik3.3 Hipster Style4. Sailors4.1 Men in Uniform4.2 The Seepage of Sailor into Life and Lore4.4 Sailors Big and Small4.5 Disciplined but Naughty Boys4.6 Bell Bottoms and Fly Fronts4.7 Sailor Chic. From Boardwalk to Catwalk.5. Cowboys and Bushmen5.1 Unknown Frontiers5.2 Celluloid Cowboys5.3 The Australian Bushman5.4 Bushwear for Bushmen6. Leather Men6.1 Reel Men6.2 The Black Leather Motorcycle Jacket6.3 Leathermen6.4 Men of Rock6.5 Greesers and Punks7. Superheroes7.1 The Origin Stories7.2 Masked Masculinity and the Phallic Hero7.3 The Costume, or the Superheros Struggle with Fashion7.4 The Fabric of Superheroes7.5 Everyone’s a Superhero. Role-Play and Cosplay7.6 Who Does Batman Bat for?8. Gangstas8.1 "Ghettocentricity" and Street Cred8.2 Early Gangsta Style. Pachucos and the Zoot Suit8.3 Leave Political Correctness at the Door. Gangsta’s Paradise8.4 The Tyranny of Masculinity8.5 White GangstasConclusion
Format
viii, 185 Seiten : Illustrationen
Sprache(n)
Englisch
Identifikator(en)
ISBN: 978-1-138-65868-4
ISBN: 978-0-367-33318-8
OCLC-Nummer: 1019718327

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