Teorija in praksa 4 (2019)


Thematic section: MASCULINITIES AND CARE: MEN’S
EXPERIENCES IN FORMAL AND INFORMAL CARE WORK

Majda HRŽENJAK, Elli SCAMBOR: WHY DO RESEARCH INTO MEN’S CARE WORK? (Editorial)

Elisabetta RUSPINI: MILLENNIAL MEN, GENDER EQUALITY AND CARE: THE DAWN OF A REVOLUTION?

Marina HUGHSON: CARING MEN AND MASCULINITIES ON THE BALKAN SEMIPERIPHERY: TRANSFORMATION THROUGH HYBRIDISATION AND CONTRADICTIONS

Branko BEMBIČ: EMBRACING A CARING IDENTITY WITHIN THE CAPITALIST DIVISION OF LABOUR

Majda HRŽENJAK: THE INTERPLAY OF STRUCTURAL AND IDENTITY FACTORS IN MEN’S PROFESSIONAL CARE WORK

Palle STORM, Ruth LOWNDES: “YES, THE GUYS CAN DO IT!: MIGRANT MALE CARE WORKERS IN CANADIAN AND SWEDISH NURSING HOMES

Daniel HOLTERMANN: BOYS IN CARE WORK? VOCATIONAL ORIENTATION TOWARDS EHW PROFESSIONS

Elli SCAMBOR, Marc GÄRTNER: BARRIERS AND SUPPORTIVE CONDITIONS FOR CARING MASCULINITIES

Iztok ŠORI: LONE FATHERHOOD, THE DEFICIT OF MOTHERLY LOVE AND INSTITUTIONAL DISCRIMINATION

Živa HUMER:MEN’S EXPERIENCES OF GENDER (IN)EQUALITY AS A PRIMARY OR SINGLE PARENT

Mojca FRELIH: CHALLENGES FOR MEN, PROVIDING INFORMAL CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA

Articles

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Marko LOVEC, Ana BOJINOVIĆ FENKO: POPULISM IN THE FOREIGN POLICY OF CENTRAL EUROPEAN STATES

Gregor TOMC: ON THE NATURE OF THE SUPERNATURAL: THE RECIPE FOR RELIGION REVEALED

Andrej KOHONT, Jožica ČEHOVIN ZAJC: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HIGH WORK INTENSITY, ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE AND WORKERS’HEALTH: A FOCUS ON WORKERS IS REFLECTED IN BETTER HEALTH

AUTHORS' SYNOPSES

TABLE OF CONTENTS VOL. XVI

 

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