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Gough, B (2006)
Publisher: Elsevier (not including Cell Press)
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects:
The emergence of discourse around men’s health has been evident now for at least 10 years across academic, policy and media texts. However, recent research has begun to question some of the assumptions presented concerning masculinity and men’s health, particularly within popular media representations. The present paper builds on previous research by interrogating the construction of men’s health presented in a recent special feature of a UK national newspaper (The Observer, November 27, 2005). The dataset was subjected to intensive scrutiny using techniques from discourse analysis and several inter-related discursive patterns were identified which drew upon essentialist notions of masculinity, unquestioned differences between men and women, and constructions of men as naïve, passive and in need of dedicated help. The implications of such representations for health promotion are discussed.
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