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WMST T121: Gender Play: Becoming Men & Women (Reichard): Home
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The call number ranges for gender are broad:
Gender and Media: P96
Gender Roles (Anthropology): GN479
Gender Roles (Sociology): HQ1075
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Catalog of books, web resources, and other material worldwide in OCLC member libraries. Does not include book chapters or individual articles in journals, magazines, and newspapers. Includes considerable non-English language material.
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"Articles that focus on women's experience and on gender as a category of analysis of a critical, scholarly, speculative and political nature, poetry and art, reports from the women's movement and strategies for change."
"Gender & Society (GENDSOC) is a peer-reviewed journal, focused on the study of gender."
Are Bronies Changing the Definition of Masculinity?
By the PBS Idea Channel
"You might assume that the animated TV series "My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic" is for little girls, but Bronies would beg to differ. Bronies are adult men who sincerely LOVE the show, and aren't afraid to admit it. Many people are baffled, even angered, by Brony culture. With their unabashed appreciation for "My Little Pony", Bronies are challenging our perception of gender roles, which may be more fluid than previously thought!"