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Hegemonic Masculinity and “Badness”

How Young Women Bargain with Patriarchy “On Road”

Clare Choak

's (1987 ; 1995; 2000 ) concepts of hegemonic masculinity and emphasized femininity, with the focus resting on Connell's premise that sometimes masculine displays or masculine identity go beyond male bodies and can be performed across the gender spectrum

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Becoming a Super-Masculine “Cool Guy”

Reflexivity, Dominant and Hegemonic Masculinities, and Sexual Violence

James W. Messerschmidt

to various subordinated masculinities and subordinated femininities. Both the relational and legitimation features were central to Connell's argument, involving a certain form of masculinity in unequal relation to “emphasized femininity” and non

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A New Kind of Monster, Cowboy, and Crusader?

Gender Hegemony and Flows of Masculinities in Pixar Animated Films

Elizabeth Al-Jbouri and Shauna Pomerantz

the gender hierarchy through agreement to their subordination by enacting an emphasized femininity that caters to the interests of men. But while emphasized femininity is the most culturally rewarded form of femininity, Connell ( 1987 ) explains that

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The Men and the Boys, Twenty Years On

Revisiting Raewyn Connell's Pivotal Text

Victoria Cann, Sebastián Madrid, Kopano Ratele, Anna Tarrant, Michael R.M. Ward, and Raewyn Connell

reformulated the key concept of “hegemonic masculinities” ( Connell and Messerschmidt 2005 ), which conceptually, has shaped the field ever since. In this article, the author builds concepts of hegemonic masculinities, emphasized femininity, and related others

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Still Just Hegemonic After All These Years?

“Worst Thing S/He Thinks About Me” Predicts Attitudinal Risk Factors for High School Healthy Relationships Program

Jessica J. Eckstein and Erika Sabovik

constitutes male and/or masculine versus female and/or feminine appearances. Sexual attraction often is associated with these culturally valued gendered characteristics ( Etcoff 2000 ). For example, females expected to embody emphasized femininity ( Connell

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“Boys in Power”

Consent and Gendered Power Dynamics in Sex

Katrín Ólafsdottir and Jón Ingvar Kjaran

(1972: 54) , discourses are “practices that systematically form the objects of which they speak.” In that sense, the dominant discourses on hegemonic masculinity and emphasized femininity, concepts developed by Raewyn Connell (2005), constitute both