"I mean, we’re guys:” Constructing gender at an all-male trade school

Johnson, Sara K.
Arbeit, M. R.
Hershberg, R. M.
Lerner, J. V.
Lerner, Richard M.

For young men, the transition to adulthood may be a time of heightened adherence to traditional gender roles and norms of masculinity. However, recent research with young men in gender-specific contexts has indicated that some contexts support a construction of masculinity that is more inclusive. Through a theoretical thematic analysis of interviews with young men in their first week at an all-mal... read more

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Tufts Published Scholarship
Young men--Education (Higher)--Psychology.
Maturation (Psychology)
Stereotypes (Social psychology)
Trade schools.
Single-sex schools.
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Arbeit, M. R., Hershberg, R. M., Johnson, S. K., Lerner, J. V., & Lerner, R. M. (2015). “I mean, we’re guys:” Constructing gender at an all-male trade school. Journal of Adolescent Research. Advance online publication. DOI: 10.1177/0743558415590659
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