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Representations of Men and Masculinities in Latin American Cultures

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Representations of Men and Masculinities in Latin American Cultures. / Harris, Chris (Editor); Thakkar, Amit (Editor).

In: Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, Vol. 87, No. 6, 09.2010.

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Harris C, (ed.), Thakkar A, (ed.). Representations of Men and Masculinities in Latin American Cultures. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies. 2010 Sep;87(6).

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Harris, Chris (Editor) ; Thakkar, Amit (Editor). / Representations of Men and Masculinities in Latin American Cultures. In: Bulletin of Hispanic Studies. 2010 ; Vol. 87, No. 6.

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