Flashcards in Masculinity and Hockey Deck (22)
The 3 levels of analysis needed to understand how gender works in hockey.
Explain how at each level hockey in Canada works to reinforce hegemonic masculinity.
the culturally idealized form of masculine character (in a historical setting), which may not be the usual form of masculinity at all
Hegemonic masculinity is regulated by...
its separation from practices associated with gay men and women
3 intersecting levels of gender:
1. social interactions
2. structural context
3. cultural symbol
actual behaviours and performances of players in specific situations
institutional structures, such as the CHL's rule of play
- 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
The ____ ____ is one place where important interactions occur.
Through these social interactions, players learn what is _____ and what isn't.
During social interaction, players often deride ____ _____ and _____.
- feminine characteristics
What type of players are targeted? This is intersection of...
- non-North American players
- gender with nationality
____ language is used to link these men with _____ and _____ gender.
Sex-segregated sports structure creates an ____ space that allows ____ _____ to be performed with little consequence.
- hegemonic masculinity
Increased _____ meant increases in professional players from other countries (beginning in the late ____s).
Canada began ____ to teams previously beaten. To compensate, Canadian players became more _____, ______, and _____.
European players face harsher consequences for _____. Thus this style is not as common here.
____ ____ ___ ___ game of 1972 reflects a powerful moment in hockey culture.
Canada-Russia Summit series
The Russians were described as ____ in their play style. Canadians were ____ and _____. Canada won and this style was _____.
Canada-Russia Summit series game also pitted two _____ systems against each other:
____ won, which led to a ____ understanding of the game in Canada.