Boyhood Masculinity and Violence: How Toys and Sporting Equipment Taught Young Men Violence in Canada, 1900-1950
Boyhood Masculinity and Violence
In this essay I discuss the subject of violence and how toys and sporting equipment were used to teach young boys masculine behaviours that were aligned with the heterosexual ideologies of the first half of the 20th century in Canada.
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