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Brian L. Wright and Donna Y. Ford

ideology about Black boys and young men. These tragic characterizations serve to dehumanize and devalue their cultural and personal identities both academically and socially. For example, in school, teachers (White teachers in particular) impose these

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Johanna Kingsman

status within the father–son relationship. Identity The impact of ROPPs on identity is presented in varied ways within the scholarship, including personal identity, cultural identity, and masculine identity. The heightening of self-awareness was

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Hegemonic Masculinity and “Badness”

How Young Women Bargain with Patriarchy “On Road”

Clare Choak

“ ‘spectacular’ hyper aggressive/hyper masculine modes of behaviour, incorporating violent and petty crime, fraud/personal identity theft and low level drug dealing” ( Gunter 2008: 352 ). On English soil, among some young men and women there is an honor code

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Enacting inclusivity in the preparation of emerging scholars

A response to programme reform in higher education

Saran Stewart, Chayla Haynes, and Kristin Deal

States, we identify as White American, Black American, and Black Jamaican, further problematising our lived experiences and entrance into this doctoral programme. Though we all identify as cis-gender women (i.e., our personal identity and gender aligns

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Brigette Krieg

with the findings of Brown et al. (2007) and MacNeil (2008) , cultural teachings were thought to be important to strengthening the personal identity of Indigenous youth. The photographers noted that in the absence of programming promoting

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When Jackie Coogan Had His Hair Cut

Masculinity, Maturity, and the Movies in the 1920s

Peter W. Lee

the interviewer to note that Jackie “looks as though he would like to suspend existence for an indefinite period.” The boy actor, “on pins and needles all the time,” was unable to reconcile his public and personal identities even behind the walls of an