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Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, & Harris Interactive. (). From teasing to torment: School climate in America, a survey of students and teachers. New York: Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network. Google Scholar. In the book Dude, You’re a Fag, C.J. Pascoe writes about the way the word is used among high school students in relation to masculinity and sexuality. According to the students Pascoe interviews, the word “fag” only applies to guys and is used for almost anything: “Like you were trying to turn a wrench the wrong way, ‘Dude, you’re a.
This study helps to understand the masculinity culture of highschool behaviors and how homosexuality fits into the hallways of a secondary school experience. Pascoe thoroughly analyzes different groups of students and their perceptions of gay individuals amongst their hallways. The school has several gay awareness programs that make it look “good on paper,” Mr. Marshall said, yet “the real challenge is changing the hearts and minds of students.”.
The word ‘fag’ signifies a fluid identity that labels the wearer as unmasculine rather than homosexual. In fact, many of the students Pascoe speak to insist that ‘gay’ shares no connection with ‘fag.’ Thus, a boy identifying as gay could still be masculine and escape the fag identity. However, students at the same school today will experience the same phrase very differently (McCormack, a). The point is that the phrase “that's so gay” is not necessarily homophobic, nor does it have to be part of gay discourse—the categorization of language will depend on the cultural context.
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THE IDEOLOGY OF “FAG”: The School Experience of Gay Students. George W. Smith. Search for more papers by this author. Gay‐related name‐calling among Norwegian adolescents – harmful and harmless, Scandinavian Journal of School support groups, other school factors, and the safety of sexual minority adolescents Cited by: THE IDEOLOGY OF "FAG": The School Experience of Gay Students George W.
Smith (edited for publication by Dorothy E. Smith) This article reports on research into the experience of gay teenagers in school. Blog. 24 April How to make a sales pitch on video; 22 April Strengthening a school community with Prezi Video; 22 April Engage your students during remote learning with.
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2, pp. Cited by: Smith, George W. () ‘The Ideology of “Fag”: The School Experience of Gay Students’, The Sociological Quarterly – Google Scholar | Crossref | ISI Smith, Valerie () ‘Split Affinities: The Case of Interracial Rape’, in Anne Herrmann and Abigail Stewart (eds) Theorizing Feminism, pp.
– Cited by: High school student Derek Henkle faced inaction from school officials when repeatedly harassed by his peers in Reno, Nevada. His lawsuit against the school district and several administrators ended in a settlement in which the district agreed to create a series of policies to protect gay and lesbian students and to pay Henkle $, Whether a gay student is identified as "fag" or not, he acquires a gay identity/ consciousness through the practices of the ideology of "fag." What the article describes is a normal part of school.
The ideology of “fag”: The school experience of gay students. Sociological Quarterly, 39(2), – CrossRef Google Scholar. Walters, A. S., & Hayes, D. Homophobia within schools: Challenging the culturally sanctioned dismissal of gay students and colleagues.
Journal of Homosexuality, 35 Search book. Search within book. Any student whose behavior is perceived to be different in some way can be isolated and harassed using anti-gay insults, and any student who wishes.
A hidden curriculum is a side effect of schooling, "[lessons] which are learned but not openly intended" such as the transmission of norms, values, and beliefs conveyed in the classroom and the social environment. Any learning experience may include unneeded lessons.
Hidden curriculum often refers to knowledge gained in primary and secondary school settings, usually with a negative. Through interviews with 20 teenage boys at two high schools, the author examines the ways in which boys from different school subcultures engage with the most dominantly masculine of the school's peer groups—the Jocks.
The author investigates how boys from less “masculine” groups maintain a sense of self as masculine. I was gay at school, so I had a lovely time. My school [Stowe] was tolerant, too - they didn't follow you about trying to catch you in flagrante. I rather enjoyed it all. (Many good resources are available for self-education on this topic, including an article titled The Ideology of "fag": The school experience of gay students, by George W.
Smith.) Unfortunately, the same attitude is often resonated throughout the lives of LGBT individuals - for example by their parents, other Penn State parents, or visiting. These sorts of classroom experiences to which faculty are privy are only a small part of the college experience for many students.
Students play sports, go to parties, organize clubs and pledge fraternities and sororities. In my book I note that the fag discourse runs particularly rampant in primarily male spaces.
Introduction In recent years, activist groups have strengthened pressures on legislators and educators to require the teaching of radical Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) ideology. Contact us if you experience any difficulty logging in.
The ideology of ‘‘fag:’’ The school experience of gay students. Sociological Quarterly Google Scholar Challenging the culturally sanctioned dismissal of gay students and colleagues.
Journal of Homosexuality Google Scholar | Crossref. At the age of j Kaysey had recently been chosen to be the school’s head girl. Her most recent school report described her as a “delight to have in class,” and a student who was always willing to help out.
She says her favourite subject is maths, although her report goes on to say that she is a high achiever in just about every subject. The Ideology of "Fag": The School Experience of Gay Students George W. Smith (completed for publication by Dorothy E. Smith) SECTION TWO: LISTENING HARD: SILENCE AND DISSENT.
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International Journal of Adolescence & Youth, 5(4), – CrossRef Google Scholar. Smith, G. W., & Smith, D., Ed. The ideology of “fag”: The school experience of gay students.
Sociological Quarterly, 39 Buy this book on publisher's site; Reprints and. This article explores the understanding of sexuality and body image in schools by heterosexual and homosexual high school teachers. Machismo or traditional masculinity rejects those who do not conform to the dominant paradigm of the ideal heterosexual body, and those who are unaware of this marginalization commit symbolic violence, so new school policies are required.LGBT culture is a culture shared by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer individuals.
It is sometimes referred to as queer culture (indicating people who are queer), while the term gay culture may be used to mean "LGBT culture" or to refer specifically to homosexual culture. LGBT culture varies widely by geography and the identity of the participants.Beyond silenced voices: class, race, and gender in United States schools /.