Presentation: "Masculinity and Methodology"
There are an increasing number of studies exploring men and masculinities and this has led to a growing visibility of the role of masculinity within the research process. This presentation aims to contribute to this discussion by exploring the ways in which masculinity impacts upon the research process. Drawing upon a number of examples from research in schools, speed dating, disability and anonymous sex, it is argued that masculinity does not stand outside of the research process, but rather, it actively inflects and impacts upon the knowledge that is produced.
This event is part of a cluster of spring term events on masculinities. For more masculinities events, click here.