This work offers a critical analysis of the construction of masculine subjectivities within political youth organizations in contemporary Greece. The analysis attempts to reveal interrelations between socio-political structures, the political culture and masculinities with a focus on power dynamics that form gender and gender relations within political organizations. The theoretical analysis brings together the topics of gender, sexuality, violence, power. The empirical part offers a detailed analysis of the specific situation of political youth organizations in contemporary Greece.
Elektra Paschali holds a PhD in Sociology from Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany.