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Who Cares About Feminism? Young Adults’ Attitudes Towards Feminist Theory
Feminism appears to be in limbo. With aims of the first, second and third waves of the feminist movement having been achieved, young adults are unsure what feminism stands for or refrain from identifying with the label ...
Got Balls? Examining the Association between Sports Fandom and Hegemonic Masculinity
This research explores the role of the Big 4 sports leagues (NBA: National Basketball Association, MLB: Major League Baseball, NHL: National Hockey League and NFL: National Football League) in the reproduction of hegemonic ...
Competing Against Stereotypes: The Female Athlete Experience
This study examines the experiences of female varsity athletes related to gender stereotypes in the realm of sports. Dominant literature within the discipline of sports sociology recognizes the early distinction between ...
Married to the Military: Employment Prospects for Civilian Female Spouses
The vast majority of research on the impact of military has considered the experiences of service members during and after their service. However, the impact of military lifestyle on civilian spousal employment is a ...
“Oh, he’s gay!” The Perception of Gay Men of their Portrayal in Television and Film
Currently, there is little research on the perception of gay men of their portrayals on television and in film. Thus far, literature on such portrayals on the small and silver screens has taken a general survey of men ...
“More traumatic and humiliating than assault itself”: Exploring students’ perceptions of Dalhousie University’s management of sexual assault issues
Sexual assault on university campuses remains a pervasive issue, with Dalhousie University being no exception. It has been argued that universities regularly fail their victims of sexual assault as they do not adequately ...