This article serves as a starting point within the discourse of the Boondocks, maleness
Once the Gothic is thus shown as being permeated by ideological discourses on male instability and medical discourse is exposed as shot through with Gothic abjections of what is 'other' to British males in British males, Smith goes on to reveal the 'structures of feeling' in still other sites of deep Victorian anxiety about maleness
where the Gothic is one among the many discourses being deployed to half-expose/half-conceal irresolvable contradictions.
More research is needed to understand how the entrepreneur and entrepreneurship are linked to constructs of maleness
It wasn't long before the accolades for his discovery ceased and it was found that he had made a major error--this was not the gene responsible for maleness
. Subsequent careful work by a team at the National Institute for Medical Research in London identified the correct gene, published in Nature in 1990.
Because the Peace women embrace but do not try to captivate maleness
, that household is full of beautiful boys.
I would argue as strongly as I can that these presuppositions and reactions about human genderedness are rooted in a deep cultural preference for the cultural construct of maleness
over the cultural construct of femaleness, which is why women want to act like men, but men don't want to act like women.
Transposed onto these are psychoanalytical paradigms, but thankfully, it is not Freud, Lacan, or Mulvey who rides again, but most often Klein, thus allowing Powrie neatly to sidestep the problem of 'the assumed maleness
of the gaze' and the 'disempowerment of the female spectator' (p.
Although this "exaggeration" was less evident in the public persona of British building operatives, nevertheless the self-descriptors captured above encapsulate those key defining elements of "independence, mutuality and pride in craft" that bespoke respectable working-class male identity-where skill, craft and workplace control equated to maleness
. (15) Twentieth-century deskilling and the introduction of female labor, which destabilized such constructs for male manufacturing workers, were noticeably less evident as processes in building.
As a homage to maleness
they removed the toilet seat completely.
The statute defines sexual orientation to include having a self-image not traditionally associated with one's biological maleness
But we have come a long way toward a diverse society that respects both the maleness
and the individuality of boys and young men.
"But that good news is stifled when Jesus' maleness
, which belongs to his historical identity, is interpreted as being essential to his redeeming christic function and identity.