Activity of University of Winchester
Aims and objectives
American sociologist known for his research on sport, masculinities, sexualities and homophobia. He shows an increasingly positive relationship between gay male athletes and sport, as well as a growing movement of young heterosexual men's masculinity becoming softer and more inclusive. Also researches matters related to men's monogamy, men's improving recognition of bisexuality, and the increased acceptance of young heterosexual men kissing. Previously taught at UC-Irvine, SUNY Stony Brook, and the University of Bath.
Name: University of Winchester
Stakeholder: University; Individual Expert
Area of intervention: Men and gender equality
Organisation Country: United Kingdom
Organisation City: Winchester
The University of Winchester
Organisation Zip Code: SO22 4NR
Organisation Phone: 1962827040
Name: Eric Anderson
- Anderson, E. (2011) The Monogamy Gap: Men, Love, and the Reality of Cheating, New York: Oxford University Press.
- Anderson E. (2009) Inclusive Masculinity: The Changing Nature of Masculinities, New York: Routledge.
- Anderson E. (2010) "At least with cheating there is an attempt at monogamy": Cheating and monogamism among undergraduate heterosexual men, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 27 (7), pp. 851-872.
- McCormack M., Anderson E. (2010) The re-production of homosexually-themed discourse in educationally-based organised sport, Culture Health & Sexuality, 12 (8), pp. 913-927.
- McCormack M., Anderson, E. (2010) 'It's just not acceptable any more': the erosion of homophobia
- Adams A., Anderson E., McCormack M. (2010) Establishing and challenging masculinity: The influence of gendered discourses in organized sport, Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 29 (3), pp. 278-300.
- Anderson E., McGuire, R. (2010) Inclusive masculinity and the gendered politics of men's rugby, Journal of Gender Studies, 19 (3), pp. 249-261.