Intellect is delighted to announce the release of ISCC 6.3: Masculinity in the Twenty-First Century, guest-edited by Elwood Watson.
This special issue focuses on diverse depictions of masculinity in popular culture – Isaac Vayo’s discussion of Rob Lowe’s DIRECTV commercials is joined by Micky Lee, Monika Raesch and Frank Rudy Cooper on working-class masculinity in post-2008 economic crisis documentaries. The issue also includes Ann Castillo and David Magill’s article on bromance in the Jump Street films; a piece on the black male body in the context of celebrity, sex, class and jazz culture by Alphonso McClendon; and Tom Pace on Generation X men and Baby Boomers in popular rom-coms. We close with Yannick Kluch’s analysis of the wildly successful Old Spice campaigns, featuring Isaiah Mustafa and Terry Crews. We hope you enjoy this issue! Now, look at your man…
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