Men's Studies

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

 

EDITED COLLECTIONS

 

DesLauriers, J.M., Lafrance, M., & Tremblay, G. (2019). Réalités masculines oubliées. Quebec: Laval University Press.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES

 

Scheibling, C., & Lafrance, M. (2019). “Man Up but Stay Smooth: Hybrid Masculinities in Men’s Grooming Product Advertisements.” The Journal of Men’s Studies.

 

MacDonald, M. & Lafrance, M. (2018). “‘Girls Love Me, Guys Wanna Be Me’: Representations of Men, Masculinity and Junior Hockey in Gongshow Gear Magazines.” The Journal of Sport and Society.

 

Stergiou-Kita, M., Lafrance, M., Pritlove, C., & Power, N. (2016). “Examining Theoretical Approaches to Men and Masculinity in the Context of High-Risk Work: Applications, Understandings and Challenges.” Safety Science, 96, 150-160.

 

Stergiou-Kita, M., Mansfield, E., Bezo, R., Colantonio, A., Garritano, E., Lafrance, M., Lewko, J., Mantis, S., Moody, J., Power, N., Theberge, N., Westwood, E., & Travers, K. (2015). “Danger Zone: Men, Masculinity and Occupational Health and Safety in High Risk Occupations.” Safety Science, 80, 213-220.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

 

Lafrance, M., DesLauriers, J-M., & Tremblay, G. (2019). “Introduction.” In J-M. Deslauriers, M. Lafrance & G. Tremblay (Eds.), Les réalités masculines oubliées (pp. 1-20). Quebec: Laval University Press.

 

Lafrance, M., Stergiou-Kita, M., Pritlove, C., & Power, N. (2019). “Survol critique des approches théoriques des hommes et les masculinités dans le contexte du travail à risque élevé:.” In J-M. Deslauriers, M. Lafrance & G. Tremblay (Eds.), Les réalités masculines oubliées (pp.67-99). Québec: Laval University Press.

 

Lafrance, M. (2012). “Building a Body, Building a Life: Men, Masculinity and the Birth of Bodybuilding Magazines in Montreal.” In C. Grieg and W. Martino (Eds.), Canadian Perspectives on Masculinity: Historical and Contemporary (pp. 345-360). Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press.

 

Lafrance, M. (2012). “Le développement personnel selon les frères Weider: L’hétérosexualité masculine et l’histoire du culturisme à Montréal.” In J.P. Warren (Ed.), Histoires de la sexualité au Québec (pp. 65-79). Montréal: VLB.

 

NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

 

DICTIONARY ENTRIES

 

Lafrance, M. (2004). “Narcissism.” In M. Kimmel & A. Aronson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities (pp. 561-562). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio Press.

 

Lafrance, M. (2004). “Psychoanalysis.” In M. Kimmel & A. Aronson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities (pp. 642-644). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio Press.

 

Lafrance, M. (2004). “Compulsory Heterosexuality.” In J. Eadie (Ed.), Sexuality: The Essential Glossary (p. 37). London: Arnold Press.

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

 

REFEREED PRESENTATIONS

 

MacDonald, C., & Lafrance, M. (2013, June). “Wheel, Snipe, Party: Critical Reflections on a Study of Masculinity among Major Junior Ice Hockey Players in Canada.” Fourth International Conference on Sport and Society, Chicago, Illinois (USA).

 

MacDonald, C., & Lafrance, M. (2013, May). “‘Gongshow Nation?’: Examining the Stereotypical Male in Canadian Major Junior Ice Hockey.” Canadian Popular Culture Association, Niagara Falls, Ontario (Canada).

 

Lafrance, M. (2013, May). “Building a Body, Building a Life: Men, Masculinity and the Birth of Bodybuilding Magazines in Montreal.” Canadian Popular Culture Association, Niagara Falls, Ontario (Canada).

 

Lafrance, M. (2015, October). “Theorising Masculinity: An Overview of Contemporary Debates in Men’s Studies.” Gender, Typicality and Development: A Multidisciplinary Conference and Webinar, Concordia Universisty, Montreal (Canada).

 

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

 

Lafrance, M. (2018, November). “Forgotten Masculinities: New Perspectives on Men in Contemporary Society.” Critical Studies of Men and Masculinities Seminar, Örebro University, Örebro (Sweden).

 

PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS

 

Lafrance, M. (2017, October). “Reflections on the So-Called Crisis of Masculinity.” Beyond Disciplines, Concordia University, Montreal (Canada).

 

Lafrance, M. (2016, July). “La condition masculine dans la société contemporaine.” Les amies d’affaires, Ritz-Carleton Hotel, Montreal (Canada).

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