Contradictions and tensions in the practice of masculinities in school: Interrogating embodiment and 'Good Buddy Talk'
Kehler, Michael, Davison, Kevin and Frank, Blye W.. (2005). Contradictions and tensions in the practice of masculinities in school: Interrogating embodiment and 'Good Buddy Talk'. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing.
|Authors||Kehler, Michael, Davison, Kevin and Frank, Blye W.|
Masculinity, and gender more broadly, has been theorised as a series of performative and discursive acts (Butler, 1990) which are constituted contextually and culturally. Not only are masculinities enacted differently across cultures, they are also performed differently within groups of the same culture, and by individuals.
|Journal||Journal of Curriculum Theorizing|
|Publisher||Caddo Gap Press|
|Web address (URL)||https://aran.library.nuigalway.ie/bitstream/handle/10379/5228/Kehler%2c_Davison_and_Frank_Contradictions_and_Tensions_copy.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y|
|Page range||59 - 72|
|Research Group||School of Education|
|Place of publication||United States of America|
|Editors||P. G. Grotewell and Y. R. Burton|
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