- The Paternal Government of Men: The Self-Image and Action of the Paris Police in the Eighteenth Century / David Garrioch -- 'A Species of Civil Soldier': Masculinity, Policing and Military in 1780s England / Matthew McCormack -- Making Men: Media, Magistrates and the Representation of Masculinity in Scottish Police Courts, 1800-35 / Susan Broomhall and David G. Barrie -- Becoming Policemen in Nineteenth-Century Italy: Police Gender Culture Through the Lens of Professional Manuals / Simona Mori -- Men on a Mission: Masculinity, Violence and the Self-Presentation of Policemen in England c.1870-1914 / Francis Dodsworth -- Shedding the Uniform and Acquiring a New Masculine Image: The Case of the Late Victorian and Edwardian English Police Detective / Haia Shpayer-Makov -- 'Well-set up men': Respectable Masculinity and Police Organizational Culture in Melbourne 1853-c.1920 / Dean Wilson -- Of Tabloids, Detectives and Gentlemen: How Depictions of Policing helped Define American Masculinities at the Turn of the Twentieth Century / Guy Reel -- Quiet and Determined Servants and Guardians: Creating Ideal English Police Officers, 1900-1945 / Joanne Klein -- Science and Surveillance: Masculinity and the New York State Police, 1945-1980 / Gerda W. Ray -- Managerial Masculinity: An Insight into the Twenty-First-Century Police Leader / Marisa Silvestri.
- 0415696615 (pbk.), 9780415696616 (pbk.), 9780415671293 (hbk.), and 0415671299 (hbk.)
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages -286) and index.
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