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Erica Morales, Alex Blower, Samantha White, Angelica Puzio, and Matthew Zbaracki

. Charles, a place whose borders lay outside Chicago, newspapers were a vehicle to voice their fears of black boys living within and who had escaped from the institution. The rehabilitative to punitive turn of the juvenile justice system is established by

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Anastasia Todd

others through her YouTube channel. However, disabled girls who circulate as objects of disgust, fear, or anxiety by way of their unincorporable corporeality, as trans, as black, as severely disabled, are further excluded from the promise of inclusion

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Leisuring Masculinities in British Indian Childhoods

Explorations at the Intersection of Gender Order and Generational Order

Utsa Mukherjee

literature has emerged arguing that although some form of masculinity might be more popular than others, no form of masculinity is any longer hegemonic thanks to the significant recent decline in homohysteria (the fear of being perceived as gay) among boys

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Thatcher’s Sons?

1980s Boyhood in British Cinema, 2005–2010

Andy Pope

around the crisis in masculinity and the effects of the wars in Iraq” (2007: 42). The film’s narrative follows Meadows’s alter ego, Shaun, from being a scruffy, bullied 11-year-old to being part of a feared subculture. A seemingly conventional rite of

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Guiding Girls

Neoliberal Governance and Government Educational Resource Manuals in Canada

Lisa Smith and Stephanie Paterson

.1177/089124397011004005 de Courville Nicol , Valerie . 2013 . Social Economies of Fear and Desire . New York : Palgrave Macmillan . DiQuinzio , Patrice , and Sharon M. Meagher . 2005 . Women and Children First: Feminism, Rhetoric, and Public Policy . New York

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Left Behind by COVID-19

Experiences of “Left-Behind” Girls in Rural China

Jue Wang

of being academically left behind by peers, and the fear of being physically punished. The multilayered meanings of “left-behind” must be considered if we are to help build a social and cultural community that cares for this group of girls and that

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Chloe Krystyna Garcia and Ayesha Vemuri

victims have so much fear and shame and self-blame that it keeps them from reporting it” (Video 2). Another major element in the producers’ discourse is a call for change. Producers share recommendations to tackle rape culture and promote consent. Several

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The Saint Mary's Rape Chant

A Discourse Analysis of Media Coverage

Lyndsay Anderson and Marnina Gonick

surveillance. The media coverage of the rape chant responses demonstrates this. The potent mixture of discourses of stupidity, deviance, the dangers of youth groupthink, “boys will be boys” and girls should know better, reinforces fear of, and anxiety about

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Becoming a Super-Masculine “Cool Guy”

Reflexivity, Dominant and Hegemonic Masculinities, and Sexual Violence

James W. Messerschmidt

conversations he discussed with himself “how my life was, how I feared the people at school, so I figured I could get a girl I was babysitting easier. That's why I wanted to babysit” (2016: 74). Consequently, Sam began babysitting a few neighborhood girls (6

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“Most of the People My Age Tend to Move Out”

Young Men Talking about Place, Community, and Belonging in Manchester

Khawla Badwan and Samantha Wilkinson

of community were relevant. There are ontological paradoxes surrounding the notion of “community.” First, it is built on the perception of a harmonious inner world that separates the “we” from the “them” and aims to protect “us” from the fears