Men and Masculinities
Share

Men and Masculinities

2015 Impact Factor: 1.250
2015 Ranking: 44/142 in Sociology
2016 Release of Journal Citation Reports, Source: 2015 Web of Science Data

Editor
Michael Kimmel Sociology, State University of New York, Stony Brook, USA

eISSN: 15526828| ISSN: 1097184X|Current volume: 19|Current issue: 3 Frequency: 5 Times/Year
Men and Masculinities offers high-quality, interdisciplinary research in the emerging field of men and masculinities studies. Men and Masculinities presents peer-reviewed empirical and theoretical scholarship grounded in the most current theoretical perspectives within gender studies, including feminism, queer theory and multiculturalism. Using diverse methodologies, Men and Masculinities's articles explore the evolving roles and perceptions of men across society.
 
An Essential Resource

Complementing existing publications on women's studies and gay and lesbian studies, Men and Masculinities helps complete the spectrum of research on gender. The journal gives scholars interested in gender vital, balanced information on the burgeoning - and often misunderstood - field of masculinities studies. Research articles, review essays and book reviews keep you up to date on one of the most exciting and important fields of human inquiry today.

Complementing existing publications on women's studies and gay and lesbian studies, helps complete the spectrum of research on gender. The journal gives scholars interested in gender vital, balanced information on the burgeoning - and often misunderstood - field of masculinities studies. Research articles, review essays and book reviews keep you up to date on one of the most exciting and important fields of human inquiry today.

Wide-Ranging Approach

As gender informs so many different areas of our lives, the study of men must be approached by many perspectives. Men and Masculinities provides a comprehensive, inclusive view on men's studies by maintaining international contributions from a wide range of relevant fields, including:

  • sociology
  • psychology
  • media and communication studies
  • history criminology and criminal justice
  • literature
  • anthropology
  • ethnic studies

Multidisciplinary Cutting-Edge Research

Men and Masculinities seeks to publish groundbreaking empirical research and theoretical articles that look at all aspects of men and masculinity in society.

Men and Masculinities seeks to publish groundbreaking empirical research and theoretical articles that look at all aspects of men and masculinity in society including:

seeks to publish groundbreaking empirical research and theoretical articles that look at all aspects of men and masculinity in society including:

  • Construction of maculinities
  • Male/female relationships
  • Sexual behavior or sexual identities
  • Representation of gender
  • Issues of diversity amomg men (such as race, ethnicity. sexuality, age and class)
  • Men’s movements such as Promise Keepers and mythopoetic approaches
  • Fatherhood
  • Media representations of masculinity
  • Sport
  • The work/family relationship
  • Violence

Edited by a Leader in the Field

Michael S. Kimmel is Professor of Sociology at SUNY at Stony Brook, USA. His books include Changing Men (1987), Men Confront Pornography (1990), Men's Lives (4th edition, 1997), Against the Tide: Profeminist Men in the United States, 1776-1990 (1992), The Politics of Manhood (1996), Manhood: A Cultural History (1996), and Guyland: The Perilous World Where Boys Become Men (2008). In addition to the journal Men and Masculinities, he also edits a book series on Men and Masculinity at the University of California Press, and the Sage Series on Men and Masculinities. He is the Spokesperson for the National Organization for Men Against Sexism (NOMAS) and lectures extensively worldwide.  

Men and Masculinities presents peer-reviewed empirical and theoretical scholarship grounded in the most current theoretical perspectives within gender studies, including feminism, queer theory and multiculturalism. Using diverse methodologies, Men and Masculinities's articles explore the evolving roles and perceptions of men across society. Complementing existing publications on women's studies and gay and lesbian studies, Men and Masculinities helps complete the spectrum of research on gender. The journal gives scholars interested in gender vital, balanced information on the burgeoning - and often misunderstood - field of masculinities studies. Research articles, review essays and book reviews keep you up to date on one of the most exciting and important fields of human inquiry today. As gender informs so many different areas of our lives, the study of men must be approached by many perspectives. Men and Masculinities provides a comprehensive, inclusive view on men's studies by maintaining international contributions from a wide range of relevant fields, including: sociology, psychology, media and communication studies, history, criminology and criminal justice, literature, anthropology, and ethnic studies. Men and Masculinities seek to publish groundbreaking empirical research and theoretical articles that look at all aspects of men and masculinity in society including: men's movements and mythopoetic approaches, fatherhood, male/female relationships, media representations of masculinity, male sexualities, sports, the work/family relationships, race and ethnicity, and violence.

Editors/Co-Editors
Michael Kimmel Sociology, State University of New York, Stony Brook, USA
Josep M. Armengol-Carrera Literary and Cultural Studies, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
Christine Beasley Fay Gale Centre, University of Adelaide, Australia
Harry Brod Department of Philosophy and World Religions, University of Northern Iowa, USA
Paul Higate School for Sociology, Politics and International Studies, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Mike Messner Sociology and Gender Studies, University of Southern California
Steen Baagøe Nielsen Psychology and Educational Studies, Roskilde University, Denmark
Book Review Editor
Tristan Bridges University of Virginia, USA
Michael Flood University of Wollongong
Managing Editor
US Advisory Editors
Matthew Basso University of Utah
Don Conway-Long Behavioral and Social Sciences, Webster University
John DeCecco CERES/Psychology, San Francisco State University
Tom Digby Philosophy, Springfield College
Christopher Forth Humanities and Western Civilization Program, University of Kansas
Craig Thompson Friend North Carolina State University
Krin Gabbard Comparative Literature, State University of New York, Stony Brook
Fred Gardaphe English, Queens College, CUNY
Matthew C. Gutmann Anthropology, Brown University
Sandra Harding University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Mark Kann Political Science, University of Southern California
Neill Korobov Psychology, University of West Georgia
Peter Lehman Director of the Center for Film, Media and Popular Culture, Arizona State University
William Ming Liu Counseling Psychology Program, University of Iowa
David Lubin Art History, Wake Forest University
James W. Messerschmidt University of Southern Maine
James O'Neil Department of Educational Psychology, University of Connecticut
Joseph Pleck University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Human Development and Family Studies, Retired
E. Anthony Rotundo History, Phillips Academy
Donald Sabo D’Youville College, Sociology
Andrew Slade University of Dayton
Laurence Thomas Philosophy and Political Science, Syracuse University
Nachum Turetzky Philosophy, LaGuardia Community College, CUNY
Everett Yuehong Zhang Anthropology, State University of New York--Buffalo
International Advisory Editors
Sofia Aboim Portugal
Eric Anderson Great Britain
Angels Caribi Spain
Walter DeKeseredy West Virginia University, Morgantown
Murray Drummond Australia
Harry Ferguson Great Britain
Juan Guillermo Figueroa-Perea Mexico
Edgar Forster Australia
Norma Fuller Peru
Debbie Ging Ireland
Jeff Hearn Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki and Linköping University, Sweden
Fergus Hogan Ireland
Stefan Horlacher Germany
Lars Jamert Sweden
Danny Kaplan  
Michael Kaufman Canada
Mangesh Kulkarni India
Jorgen Lorentzen Norway
Kam Louie Hong Kong
Jose B. Loureiro de Oliveira Italy
Russell Luyt Great Britain
Máirtín Mac An Ghaill Great Britain
Sven-Axel Mänsson Sweden
Wayne Martino Canada
Juergen Martschukat Germany
Jim McKay Australia
Robert Morrell South Africa
Keith Pringle Sweden
Victoria Robinson Great Britain
Orna Sasson-Levy Bar Ilan University, Israel
Iva Smidova Czech Republic
Simon Wendt Germany
Chen Yan China
  • Asia Pacific Database
  • Central Asia: Abstracts & Index
  • Family & Society Studies Worldwide (NISC)
  • Men's Studies Database
  • Middle East: Abstracts & Index
  • NISC
  • North Africa: Abstracts & Index
  • ProQuest: CSA Sociological Abstracts
  • ProQuest: International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS)
  • PsycINFO
  • PsycLIT
  • Psychological Abstracts
  • SafetyLit
  • Scopus
  • Sexual Diversity Studies (formerly Gay & Lesbian Abstracts)
  • Social SciSearch
  • Social Sciences Citation Index (Web of Science)
  • Southeast Asia: Abstracts & Index
  • Standard Periodical Directory (SPD)
  • Studies on Women Abstracts
  • Thomson Reuters: Current Contents - Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences
  • Men and Masculinities seeks empirical and theoretical articles, written for a multidisciplinary audience, that explore issues in masculinities. Topics of particular interest include:

    • constructions of masculinities
    • male/female relationships
    • sexual behavior or sexual identities
    • representations of gender
    • diversity amoung men and intersections of race, ethnicity, sexuality, age, class, and masculinities

    The journal subscribes to principles of non-sexist, non-heterosexist, and non-racist publishing, and the editors are also committed to publishing significant empirical work that challenges conventional wisdoms. Book reviews and essays are also welcome.

    Submission Guidelines:
    Authors should submit their manuscripts through our online submission site: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jmmx.  Manuscripts should conform to relevant stylistic guidelines of the Chicago Manual of Style, Documentation 2 (15th edition). Each manuscript should be accompanied by a title page including complete author name(s), affiliation(s), mailing address, phone, fax, and e-mail information (for multiple-author papers, provide complete information for each author and indicate the corresponding author). There is a requirement of up to 30 pp. per manuscript, including references; each manuscript must also be double-spaced, font size 12, with at least 1" margins (for ALL margins).

    Submitted articles will undergo blind peer review. Authors are requested to place no form of identification either on the body of the manuscript or on the required abstract of 150 words or fewer and to remove any tracked changes from the electronic copy of the manuscript. A biographical note of 100 words or fewer, indicating the author’s affiliation, research interests, and recent or major publications should accompany the manuscript.

    Submission of a manuscript implies commitment to publish in the journal. Manuscripts should not be under consideration by any other publishers while being reviewed by Men and Masculinities or have been published elsewhere in substantially similar form or with substantially similar content. Every effort will be made to complete the editorial review process in a timely manner. Submitted manuscripts will not be returned. Submit manuscripts to:

    Michael S. Kimmel
    Editor
    Men and Masculinities
    Department of Sociology
    State University of New York – Stony Brook
    Stony Brook, NY 11794-4356

    Authors who want to refine the use of English in their manuscripts might consider utilizing the services of SPi, a non-affiliated company that offers Professional Editing Services to authors of journal articles in the areas of science, technology, medicine or the social sciences. SPi specializes in editing and correcting English-language manuscripts written by authors with a primary language other than English. Visit http://www.prof-editing.com for more information about SPi’s Professional Editing Services, pricing, and turn-around times, or to obtain a free quote or submit a manuscript for language polishing.

    Please be aware that SAGE has no affiliation with SPi and makes no endorsement of the company. An author’s use of SPi’s services in no way guarantees that his or her submission will ultimately be accepted. Any arrangement an author enters into will be exclusively between the author and SPi, and any costs incurred are the sole responsibility of the author.

    Please select a format:

    Individual Subscription, E-access


    Institutional Backfile Purchase, E-access (Content through 1998)


    Institutional Subscription, E-access


    Institutional Subscription & Backfile Lease, E-access Plus Backfile (All Online Content)