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Men at Play: Masculinities in Australian Theatre Since the 1950s - Page 3
by Jonathan Bollen, Bruce Parr, Adrian Kiernander - 2008 - 215 pages
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Stigma: Notes on the Management of Spoiled Identity

Erving Goffman - Psychology - 2009 - 168 pages
...sense in which one can speak of a common value system hi America. Any male who fails to qualify hi any of these ways is likely to view himself — during...at least — as unworthy, incomplete, and inferior; at times he is likely to pass and at times he is likely to find himself being apologetic or aggressive...
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Contemporary Legend: A Reader

Gillian Bennett, Paul Smith - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 382 pages
...sense in which one can speak of a common value system in American. Any male who fails to qualify in any of these ways is likely to view himself — during...at least — as unworthy, incomplete, and inferior; at times he is likely to pass and at times he is likely to find himself being apologetic or aggressive...
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Men Alone: Masculinity, Individualism, and Hard-boiled Fiction, Volume 3

Jopi Nyman - Literary Criticism - 1997 - 384 pages
...the individual. To use the terms of Erving Goffman, they are stigmatized, and deemed inappropriate: "Any male who fails to qualify in any one of these...moments at least — as unworthy, incomplete, and inferior"."7 Joseph H. Pleck argues that the psychology of gender has been dominated too much by a...
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Toward a New Psychology of Gender

Mary M. Gergen, Sara N. Davis - Psychology - 1997 - 626 pages
...record in sports. Every American male tends to look out upon the world I from this perspective. . . . Any male who fails to qualify- in any one of these ways is likely to view himself ... as unworthy, incomplete, and inferior, (p. 1 28) This is the definition that we will call "begemonic"...
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Barry Hannah: Postmodern Romantic

Ruth D. Weston - Literary Criticism - 1998 - 164 pages
...perspective, this constituting one sense in which one can speak of a common value system in America. Any male who fails to qualify in any one of these...moments at least — as unworthy, incomplete, and inferior.17 From his earliest to his most recent stories, Hannah has demonstrated his fascination with...
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Double Jeopardy: Addressing Gender Equity in Special Education

Harilyn Rousso, Michael L. Wehmeyer - Education - 2001 - 396 pages
...heterosexual, Protestant, father, of college education, fully employed, of good complexion, weight, and a recent record in sports. . . . Any male who...qualify in any one of these ways is likely to view himself—during moments at least—as unworthy, incomplete and inferior" (p. 128). Goffman's description...
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In the Name of Hate: Understanding Hate Crimes

Barbara Perry - Social Science - 2001 - 276 pages
...complexion, weight and height, and a recent record in sports. . . . Any male who fails to qualify in any of these ways is likely to view himself — during...at least — as unworthy, incomplete and inferior" (1963: 128). The crucial point here is that the nonqualifiers not only "feel" inferior, but are so...
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Sociological Theory

Bert N. Adams, R. A. Sydie - Social Science - 2001 - 612 pages
...complexion, weight and height, and a recent record in sports." Any male who "fails to qualify in any of these ways is likely to view himself — during...at least — as unworthy, incomplete, and inferior" i 1965: 128). 1n sum, "stigma management is a general feature of society," and Goffman suspected that...
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Handbook of Disability Studies

Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, Michael Bury - Medical - 2001 - 864 pages
...sense in which one can speak of a common value system in America. Any male who fails to qualily in any of these ways is likely to view himself — during...at least — as unworthy, incomplete, and inferior; at tunes he is likely to pass and at times he is likely to find himself being apologetic or aggressive...
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A Man's World?: Changing Men's Practices in a Globalized World

Bob Pease, Keith Pringle - Social Science - 2001 - 260 pages
...Erving Goffman once wrote: In an important sense there is only one complete unblushing male in America: a young, married, white, urban, northern, heterosexual,...at least - as unworthy, incomplete, and inferior. (Goffman 1963: 128) In each society, then, there are multiple definitions of masculinity, some more...
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