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Françoise Dussart; Pamela Erickson; Daisy Reyes
Anthropology | Social and Cultural Anthropology
A significant aspect of gender study, specifically when dealing with men, is the idea that there is no single masculinity and that there are many different constructions of masculinity. This project engages fraternity men about their constructions of masculinity and how these constructions affect behavior. In addition to these constructions of masculinity, this study is concerned with issues of homosociality and views of sexual violence. This project utilizes research techniques including semi-structured and structured interviews as well as free listing and pile sorting.
McCloskey, Daniel, "Brothers as Men: Masculinity, Homosociality, and Violence Among Fraternity Men" (2020). Honors Scholar Theses. 717.