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Murray, Ashnil; White, Adam; Scoats, Ryan; Anderson, Eric (2016)
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: L320, L300
Identifiers:doi:10.5153/sro.4044
The research uses content analysis and inclusive masculinity theory in order to explore and explain the construction of esteemed and subjugated masculinities within the context of Australia’s National Rugby League’s (NRL) Footy Show. Results suggest that despite previous research on NRL players, which finds inclusive masculinities dominate, this television show instead attempts to construct orthodox versions of masculinity. We suggest that the Footy Show thus occupies a liminal state in regards to masculinities; attempting to portray, construct and endorse orthodox masculinities, whilst showcasing athletes that more closely align with the social trends of inclusive masculinities.
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