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Hegemonic Pan-Ethnic White Australian Masculinity: Feeling Masculine During Mediated-Assemblages

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Clifton EversORCiD


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Globalisation have brought transformations to conditions of possibility–historical, social, material, economic, spatial, political, and cultural–at various scales: local, regional, national, and international. Current research has identified that especially for new migrants information and communication technologies now play an important role in negotiating the changes as they migrate and resettle. This chapter is an ethnographic account of feeling masculine and feeling ethnic by a cohort of hegemonic-aligned “Aussie men” engaged in transnational employment and how mobile phones are entangled with such.

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Author(s): Evers C

Editor(s): John Erni

Series Editor(s): Chu-Ren Huang

Publication type: Book Chapter

Publication status: Published

Book Title: Visuality, Emotions and Minority Culture: Feeling Ethnic

Year: 2017

Pages: 147-161

Print publication date: 01/01/2017

Acceptance date: 01/06/2016

Series Title: The Humanities in Asia

Publisher: Springer Verlag


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ISBN: 9783662538616