hypermasculine


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hypermasculine

(ˌhaɪpəˈmæskjʊlɪn)
adj
(Psychology) psychol characterized by an exaggeration of traditionally masculine traits or behaviour
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The Battle of Gettysburg depicts this moment as a heroic show of hypermasculine bravery, and contains no reference to the white supremacy underwriting the Southern cause.
privileged young, male, white, middle-class, hypermasculine, and athletic as powerful" (10).
Wall Street was a hypermasculine culture, where the all-nighter was a badge of honour and the ever-bigger deal was proof of one's status, and women were not safe, either emotionally or physically.
Not only does he hint at the homoerotic possibilities of hypermasculine cults of violence, gang rape and bodybuilding but he also excavates the 1957 Bissot Report: an unsolicited and censored study of gang members in Leopoldville that exposed 'a recurring pattern of homosexual behavior' (p.
wbegss744/abstract) outsiders within "- a term coined by sociologist Patricia Hill Collins to describe the experiences of African-American women - can become the change agent to challenge the hypermasculine culture in the fire departments in the United States that values aggressive behavior over safety, according to a new study from the Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
I was labeled a "nervous child," but no one understood that my father kept me on a choking, hypermasculine leash.
extremes of hypermasculine men and the masculinities present in women.
Clinton has has been criticized for being a neoliberal espousing hypermasculine values see http://www.
Decker suggests that disappearance was a meditated strategy to ignite fear and expand oppression amongst civilians and not necessarily as a performance of hypermasculine military violence.
It explores the unstable "homeland" imaginary constituted around the militarization and racialization of urban policing and surveillance since the Cold War recently contested by Black Lives Matter; the distancing, dominant representations of wars abroad through high tech warfare and hypermasculine paramilitary special forces; the emergent normalization of torture and trauma; and the sacralization of the veteran.
Given his youth, metrosexual qualities and training in psychiatry, Travis is an unlikely candidate to fall prey to that hypermasculine disease of stoicism.
Toptas's compelling narrative of trauma depicts the silent erosion of Ziya's soul in a chaotic world governed by mob mentality, poverty, ignorance, and a cruel, hypermasculine military culture.