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Masculinity and Male Beauty

Changing Perception among the Male Students of University of Dhaka

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2010-12-23 )

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Muscular and strong male body has always been used to promulgate masculinity, and for being a real ‘man' there was no other option. This idealized male figure was proliferated mainly for spreading the notion of male superiority in relation to power and to give a strong base to the social construction of masculinity. This paper focuses to disclose the perception about the construction of masculinity regarding male beauty among the male students of university of Dhaka. It is an attempt to unveil young men's perspectives regarding masculinity and beauty. Beauty is always seen as a feminine trait in our society. From history we can see men are always seen as the ambassador of roughness in the society, but in recent time the emergence of fashion-conscious men can be seen, who are slowly occupying a handsome position in the society. This paper endeavors to bring out, how this changing trend of male beauty is perceived among the male students of University of Dhaka. What could be the ideologies of these men who are being involved with it and is their perception about construction of masculinity is shifting from the so called idealized masculinity? This paper tries to find out the answers.
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
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Abu Saleh Mohammad Sowad
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Pesquisa na mulher e gênero
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Masculinities, Hagemonic masculinity, male beauty, masculinity and beauty, masculinity in asia, masculinity and bangladesh

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