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Masculinity as Governance: Police, Public Service and the Embodiment of Authority, c. 1700–1850
Policing has traditionally been considered as a masculine task, which has had significant and often detrimental consequences for the introduction and reception of women into police forces and the nature and practice of the police role more generally. 2 It is commonly assumed that the link between masculinity and policing is a 'natural' one, related to the physical nature of the tasks central to police work. In this chapter I argue that the link between masculinity and policing emerged notdoi:10.1007/978-1-349-58289-1_3 fatcat:sjlct5ba7vgtvcqjcfk4dc3ggm