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“I Am Trying” to Perform Like an Ideal Boy

The Construction of Boyhood through Corporal Punishment and Educational Discipline in Taare Zameen Par

Natasha Anand

delineate the travails of young boys’ assimilation into ideologies of education, and their regimentation on the basis of culturally accepted and deployed notions of what it means to be a proper boy. In middle-class Indian schools and families, because of

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Reading Production and Culture

UK Teen Girl Comics from 1955 to 1960

Joan Ormrod

, Jackie, and Valentine . London : Pergamon Press . Barker , Martin . 1989 . Comics: Ideology, Power and the Critics . Manchester : Manchester University Press . Baudrillard , Jean . 1983 . Simulations . New York : Semiotext(e), Inc . Belk

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The Concept of Sentimental Boyhood

The Emotional Education of Boys in Mexico during the Early Porfiriato, 1876–1884

Carlos Zúñiga Nieto

positivist philosophy was Herbert Spencer’s notion that society was a natural organism subject to evolution ( Hale 1989 ). Positivism, combining the theories of Spencer and Auguste Comte, was the ideological foundation of the Porfirio Díaz regime in Mexico

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Boys, Inclusive Masculinities and Injury

Some Research Perspectives

Adam White and Stefan Robinson

use Anderson’s (2005) term “orthodox masculinity” when referring to the traditionally socially dominant masculine ideology. Orthodox, or traditional, masculinity is defined by varying scholars using different but similar characteristics. For example

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Steven Roberts and Karla Elliott

becoming quite supportive. The working-class family, despite heterosexual ideology, may be flexible enough in practice to embrace a male lover, not quite as a wife but still as part of the network (perhaps like a close family friend). Alongside religious

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Martin Woodside

through the lens of westward expansion. This ideological braiding culminated in Frederick Jackson Turner’s 1893 address, “The Significance of the Frontier in American History,” which enshrined the frontier as the defining symbol of the American ethos, a

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“I Will Make You Understand”

Using Pictures to Explore Young Boys’ Sport Experiences

Deborah Agnew, Jennifer Fane, Murray Drummond, and Philippa Henderson

. Therefore, investigating boys’ experiences of sport at the key transition stage of the beginning of school may provide insight into when and how boys experience sport and develop gender-based ideologies. The aim of this research was to gain in

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Constructing Pathways to Responsible Manhood

Controlling Images and Meaning Making Through the Use of Counter-narratives

Mellie Torres, Alejandro E. Carrión, and Roberto Martínez

achievement ideology, they emphasized a multifaceted perspective of Latino masculinity that runs counter to stereotypical political and media portrayals of Latino boys, incorporating respect for self and others, responsibility, honesty, and an emotionally

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“Something Good Distracts Us from the Bad”

Girls Cultivating Disruption

Crystal Leigh Endsley

refutes the ideology of individualism and isolation. Walking with me are the girls; they are drawing me beyond our realities toward something greater. The Act of Recognition matters because girls who cultivate disruption are examining “how [they] belong

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A Battle For Sanity

The 1961 Withdrawal from the Ontario Hockey Association by the St. Michael’s Majors

Alexandra Mountain

could not be overworked. Combined, these two ideologies resisted the efforts made by the school to voice public concerns over the treatment of their Majors’ players. In particular, the idea that hockey players were not laborers reverberated around the