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Inclusive Masculinity: The Changing Nature of Masculinities
Introduction Part 1: Orthodox Masculinity 1. Orthodox Masculinity and Hegemonic Oppression 2. Costs Associated with Orthodox Masculinity 3. Reproducing Orthodoxy 4. Masculine Conformity. Summary ofExpand
Orthodox and Inclusive Masculinity: Competing Masculinities among Heterosexual Men in a Feminized Terrain
Using in-depth interviews and participant observation from sixty-eight male cheerleaders and four selected cheerleading teams, this research examines the construction of masculinity among college-ageExpand
Openly Gay Athletes
This research provides the first look into the experiences of openly gay male team sport athletes on ostensibly all-heterosexual teams. Although openly gay athletes were free from physicalExpand
Inclusive Masculinity in a Fraternal Setting
This ethnographic research uses thirty-two in-depth interviews and two years of participant observation on a large chapter of a national fraternity to examine the construction of masculinity amongExpand
‘It’s Just Not Acceptable Any More’: The Erosion of Homophobia and the Softening of Masculinity at an English Sixth Form
This ethnographic research interrogates the relationship between sexuality, gender and homophobia and how they impact on 16- to 18-year-old boys in a coeducational sixth form in the south of England.Expand
“Being Masculine is not About who you Sleep with...:” Heterosexual Athletes Contesting Masculinity and the One-time Rule of Homosexuality
Using in-depth interviews and participant observations, I examine how two groups of heterosexual high school US football players alter differently the construction of heterosexuality and masculinityExpand
Inclusive masculinity theory and the gendered politics of men's rugby
This ethnographic research uses one year of participant observation and 24 interviews to examine the construction of masculinity among team-members within a highly successful rugby squad, at aExpand
The Maintenance of Masculinity Among the Stakeholders of Sport
Feminist and hegemony theorizing are used to explicate how sport and its ancillary organizations and occupations have managed to reproduce its masculinized nature despite the gains of second waveExpand
Updating the Outcome
In this article I report findings from interviews with 26 openly gay male athletes who came out between 2008 and 2010. I compare their experiences to those of 26 gay male athletes who came outExpand
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