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Men, Masculinity, Music and Emotions

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This book looks at the historic and contemporary links between music's connection to emotions and men's supposed discomfort with their own emotional experience. Looking at music tastes and distaste, it demonstrates how a sociological analysis of music and gender can actually lead us to think about emotions and gender inequalities in different ways.

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  • Örebro University, Sweden

    Sam Boise

About the author

Sam de Boise is a postdoctoral researcher in the School of Music, Theatre and Art at Örebro University, Sweden, with a background in sociology. His work is primarily focused on gender inequalities, music practices, participation and listening.

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