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    Doing Gender, Doing Class: The Performance of Sexuality in Exotic Dance Clubs.Mary Nell Trautner - 2005 - Gender and Society 19 (6):771-788.
    Organizations are not only gendered; they are also classed—that is, they articulate ideas and presentations of gender that are mediated by class position. This article pursues the idea of organizations as gendered and classed by means of a comparative ethnographic analysis of the performance of sexuality in four exotic dance clubs in the Southwestern United States. Strip clubs construct sexuality to be consistent with client class norms and assumptions and with how the clubs and dancers think working-class or middle-class sexuality (...)
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    Gender Goals: Defining Masculinity and Navigating Peer Pressure to Engage in Sexual Activity.Mary Nell Trautner & Kiera D. Duckworth - 2019 - Gender and Society 33 (5):795-817.
    A significant part of hegemonic masculinity is proving one’s heterosexuality though sexual experiences. Peer pressure to conform is particularly acute for adolescent boys and young men. We analyze interviews with 87 boys in middle school, high school, and college about how their masculinity goals and subsequent achievement of those goals influence their navigation of pressure to engage in sexual relations with girls and women to “prove” themselves. Our findings show that, while boys and young men recognize dominant notions of hegemonic (...)
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  3. Insiders, Outsiders, Injuries, and Law : Revisiting 'the Oven Bird's Song'.Mary Nell Trautner (ed.) - 2017 - Cambridge University Press.
    A central theme of law and society is that people's ideas about law and the decisions they make to mobilize law are shaped by community norms and cultural context. But this was not always an established concept. Among the first empirical pieces to articulate this theory was David Engel's 1984 article, 'The Oven Bird's Song: Insiders, Outsiders, and Personal Injuries in an American Community'. Over thirty years later, this article is now widely considered to be part of the law and (...)
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    Book Review: Strip Club: Gender, Power, and Sex Work. [REVIEW]Mary Nell Trautner - 2012 - Gender and Society 26 (3):522-524.
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