Many researchers have highlighted the way in which certain masculinities are facilitative of unsafe sexual practices as well as violence in intimate realtionships. This present study is located in a broader study that examined masculinities and risk taking behaviours in the context of HIV/AIDS. With regards to the analysis and findings this study highlights the well-theorized process in which masculinities are defined, which is that boys' notion of masculinities take on their meaning through negative distancing and 'othering' of different masculine identities.
|Creators||Fouten, Elron S|
|Source Sets||Univ. of Western Cape|
|Type||Theses and Dissertations|
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