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“Sir, Yes, Sir” or “Ma’am, Yes, Ma’am”

After starting boot camp I have begin to more readily notice the undeniable association of militarism and masculinity associated with the sport as a training program. However, recently the femininity also associated with boot camp and the military has come … Continue reading

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Women’s crew and its role in the hegemonic masculinity that dominates rowing

Research Question: How and why does women’s rowing continue to be used as a tool to add to the hegemonic masculinity that dominates men’s collegiate rowing? What are the historical practices that can explain this? And what are the current … Continue reading

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