Social Justice and Men's Interests

@article{Messner2007SocialJA,
  title={Social Justice and Men's Interests},
  author={Michael A. Messner and Nancy Solomon},
  journal={Journal of Sport \& Social Issues},
  year={2007},
  volume={31},
  pages={162 - 178}
}
Men's superordinate status sets the stage for them to understand their interests as opposed to those of women. But hierarchies among men complicate this. Through an examination of the narratives by critics of Title IX at the U.S. Secretary of Education's 2002 hearings on Title IX, the authors argue that subordinated groups of men within sports (i.e., those in vulnerable “nonrevenue” sports like wrestling, tennis, and gymnastics) tend to articulate their interests as congruent with men in… 
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