Male Migrant Workers and the Negotiation of ‘Marginalized’ Masculinities in Urban China

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Male Migrant Workers and the Negotiation of ‘Marginalized’ Masculinities in Urban China. / Lin, Xiaodong.

Marginalized Masculinities : Contexts, Continuities and Change. ed. / Chris Haywood; Thomas Johansson. New York : Routledge, 2017. p. 103-114 6.

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Harvard

Lin, X 2017, Male Migrant Workers and the Negotiation of ‘Marginalized’ Masculinities in Urban China. in C Haywood & T Johansson (eds), Marginalized Masculinities : Contexts, Continuities and Change., 6, Routledge, New York, pp. 103-114.

APA

Lin, X. (Accepted/In press). Male Migrant Workers and the Negotiation of ‘Marginalized’ Masculinities in Urban China. In C. Haywood, & T. Johansson (Eds.), Marginalized Masculinities : Contexts, Continuities and Change (pp. 103-114). [6] Routledge.

Vancouver

Lin X. Male Migrant Workers and the Negotiation of ‘Marginalized’ Masculinities in Urban China. In Haywood C, Johansson T, editors, Marginalized Masculinities : Contexts, Continuities and Change. New York: Routledge. 2017. p. 103-114. 6

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Lin, Xiaodong. / Male Migrant Workers and the Negotiation of ‘Marginalized’ Masculinities in Urban China. Marginalized Masculinities : Contexts, Continuities and Change. editor / Chris Haywood ; Thomas Johansson. New York : Routledge, 2017. pp. 103-114

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