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    Title: Masculine Stratification in the School Field: Moral Panic Queerness and the Crisis of Masculinity
    Other Titles: 學校場域中男性氣概的階層化:道德惶恐、酷兒與男性氣概的危機
    Authors: 張盈堃
    Chang, Yin-Kun
    Contributors: 幼教所
    Keywords: 道德惶恐;男性氣概;同性戀恐懼症
    moral panic;masculinity;homophobia
    Date: 2002-07
    Issue Date: 2015-10-30 17:32:40 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文的焦點在討論校園次文化中所形成男性氣概的階層化現象,一方面質問為什麼男性氣概成為學校教育中所尊崇的高貴形式,另一方面則據此討論道德惶恐、男性氣概危機與酷兒三者之間的關係。透過相關理論的討論,以及呈現研究者過去田野研究中的部分軼事,本文檢視外在的社會或文化機制如何導致在教育場域中男性氣概認同的型塑。最後,本文提出回應同性戀恐懼症的若干可行策略。
    The focus in this paper is masculine stratification in campus subcultures. This paper (1) questions why masculinity has become an ennobled concept in schooling and (2) discusses the relationships among moral panic, the crisis of masculinity, and queerness. By reviewing relevant theoretical debates on the basis of some fieldwork-based anecdotes, this paper examines how external social or cultural mechanisms shape masculine identities in school fields. Finally, this paper portrays certain possible reactions to homophobia.
    Relation: 台灣教育社會學研究, 7(1), 147-189
    Data Type: article
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