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The 3 levels of analysis needed to understand how gender works in hockey.

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Explain how at each level hockey in Canada works to reinforce hegemonic masculinity.

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Hegemonic masculinity:

the culturally idealized form of masculine character (in a historical setting), which may not be the usual form of masculinity at all

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Hegemonic masculinity is regulated by...

its separation from practices associated with gay men and women

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3 intersecting levels of gender:

1. social interactions
2. structural context
3. cultural symbol

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Social interactions:

actual behaviours and performances of players in specific situations

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Structural context:

institutional structures, such as the CHL's rule of play

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Cultural symbols:

- how do symbols of masculinity circulate throughout society?
- pop culture, media representations, and the internet are all places for the production/reproduction of gender symbols

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The ____ ____ is one place where important interactions occur.

locker room

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Through these social interactions, players learn what is _____ and what isn't.

acceptable

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During social interaction, players often deride ____ _____ and _____.

- feminine characteristics
- women

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What type of players are targeted? This is intersection of...

- non-North American players
- gender with nationality

13

____ language is used to link these men with _____ and _____ gender.

- misogynistic
- women
- feminine

14

Sex-segregated sports structure creates an ____ space that allows ____ _____ to be performed with little consequence.

- all-male
- hegemonic masculinity

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Increased _____ meant increases in professional players from other countries (beginning in the late ____s).

- globalization
- 1940s

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Canada began ____ to teams previously beaten. To compensate, Canadian players became more _____, ______, and _____.

- losing
- aggressive
- rough
- violent

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European players face harsher consequences for _____. Thus this style is not as common here.

fighting

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____ ____ ___ ___ game of 1972 reflects a powerful moment in hockey culture.

Canada-Russia Summit series

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The Russians were described as ____ in their play style. Canadians were ____ and _____. Canada won and this style was _____.

- balletic
- rough
- tumble
- validated

20

Canada-Russia Summit series game also pitted two _____ systems against each other:

- social/economic
- capitalist
- communist

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____ won, which led to a ____ understanding of the game in Canada.

- capitalism
- neoliberal

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___ ____ is another cultural icon who replicates stereotypes of _____ players.

- Don Cherry
- non-North American (and Francophone)