Intertwined Refractions: The Mutual Constitution of Gender Style and Class Fraction in a Deindustrialising Australian Town
Based on fieldwork among urban working-class Australians, I divide the dominated class into two fractions, dominated and dominant, and use this as a basis for analysis of the multiple gender styles which have been observed in working-class Australia. I argue that masculine style and class-fraction location are mutually constitutive. I also explain why feminine style is not as diverse as masculine style, nor is the location of women within working-class fractions as definite as that of men....[Show more]
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