But even with this newly masculinized
, professionalized industry, it is still ironic to find Roosevelt in butter, and that was probably part of its appeal.
Nor is it just in the classroom that public environments are increasingly receptive to masculinized
females but increasingly biased against masculine males.
If at the level of public image state institutions have become effeminized, the policies initiated to address the social costs of global free market enterprise have been further masculinized
On the other hand, the "problem" of the female detective is that she has had to become masculinized
in order to succeed in the male sphere of law enforcement--a masculinization that occurs because of trauma stemming from her relationship with her father or to her previous victimization at the hands of a violent man.
These have traditionally been socially and culturally embraced as masculinized
domains despite recent women's entry into many of them (Ranson, 2001; Waldron, 1995).
It is within the masculinized
arena of sports that one's masculinity is constantly under scrutiny.
Such a masculinized
and militarized culture pressures nervous civilian candidates into appearing "tough" on military issues.
In an appendix Noble tells us that the religion of technology masculinized
the useful arts.
2) are the lenses through which the traditionally masculinized
The first part of Bearing the Dead examines eighteenth-century moral philosophy, pivotal to a transition in the social significance of mourning from a subordinated feminine domain to a masculinized
cornerstone of public conduct and ultimately to national identity by the century's end.
Blessed Edith attributes some of the social travails of women in her time to the subjection to a masculinized
This resulted in the displacement of female and child labour, a process even more intense in the printing trades, where machines such as the linotype were masculinized
, entering the workplace as the sole domain of men.