Title

Healthy Masculinities Week Project

Lead Author Affiliation

School of Education

Introduction

For both fraternity spaces and athletic spaces, exploration of diverse hegemonic masculinities is not a heavily promoted goal. Any broadening of the understanding of masculinity is an incidental consequence of a male-only space. Rather, without intentional programming, these spaces instead serve to police gendered identities and can create a more hostile environment of unspoken expectations and assumptions.

Location

DUC Ballroom A&B

Format

Poster Presentation

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Healthy Masculinities Week Project

DUC Ballroom A&B

For both fraternity spaces and athletic spaces, exploration of diverse hegemonic masculinities is not a heavily promoted goal. Any broadening of the understanding of masculinity is an incidental consequence of a male-only space. Rather, without intentional programming, these spaces instead serve to police gendered identities and can create a more hostile environment of unspoken expectations and assumptions.