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hegemonic masculinity

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Fordism

Fordism  

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A system of production based on mass standardization and especially the use of assembly lines. It is named after Henry Ford, who revolutionized automobile production with these techniques at the ...
heterosexism

heterosexism  

Prejudice or discrimination in favour of heterosexuals (1) and against homosexuals (1). It first appeared in a paper given to the National Council of Teachers of English in San Francisco in 1979 by ...
male gaze

male gaze  

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See also gaze.1. A manner of treating women's bodies as objects to be surveyed, which is associated by feminists with hegemonic masculinity, both in everyday social interaction and in relation to ...
masculinity

masculinity  

‘A highly differentiated identity category with its own internal relations of alliance, subordination and dominance’ (R. Connell1995). McDowell (2002) Env. & Plan. D 20, 1 explores the social ...

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