KINE 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Hegemonic Masculinity, Chinese Canadians, Masculinity

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Chapter 7- making chinese - canadian masculinities in vancouver pe. This article examines the males of chinese decent in british columbia (bc) have been historically portrayed as victims of open (overt) and subtle forms of discrimination. Intersection between race (chinese vs. canadians) and masculinity in pe occurred: racism also existed and preserved in pe environment. History: chinese descent in bc have historically been victims of overt (open) discrimination, racism was linked with class and gender, chinese men and boys were denigrated (treated unfairly) and marginalized, pe classes promoted hegemonic gender identities as normal Chinese - canadian sporting pursuits: socio-economic status (social class) of some chinese merchants allowed them to interact with. Good news at last: 1947 - bc finally granted the vote to its chinese citizens. However, despite all the success, chinese-canadians have not been able to fully accepted in. Canadian society: racist views of chinese masculinities and male body persist in schools, even if camouflaged by concept of multiculturalism

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