Gaddis, S., Kotze, E. & Crocket, K. (2007). Gender discourse, awareness, and alternative responses for men in everyday living. New Zealand Journal of Counselling, 27(2), 35-50.
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In this paper, the authors use examples from their experiences to explore the nuances and complexities of contemporary gender practices. They draw on discourse and positioning theories to identify the ways in which culturally dominant, and difficult to notice, gender constructions help shape everyday experiences. In addition, the authors share their view that there are benefits in developing skills in noticing contemporary practices made available by dominant gender constructions. Such noticing expands possibilities for ways of responding and relating that might produce outcomes for men and women that fit with their hopes for living.
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