Interrogating recuperative masculinity politics in schooling

  title={Interrogating recuperative masculinity politics in schooling},
  author={Bob Lingard and M. Mills and Marcus B Weaver-Hightower},
  journal={International Journal of Inclusive Education},
  pages={407 - 421}
  • Bob Lingard, M. Mills, Marcus B Weaver-Hightower
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of Inclusive Education
  • This article focuses on the continuing impact of recuperative masculinity politics in the schooling of economically advantaged boys (elite and middle class); yet, it also indicates resistance to this politics. An understanding that the gender order is unstable and that variants of hegemonic masculinity continue to morph in the context of globalisation is also exemplified. Two case studies are analysed, both focused on remaking masculinities: Balfour, an elite all boys' school in Scotland and… CONTINUE READING
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