Hegemonic Masculinity in the Media
Masculinity has invented itself on television over the past two decades. Masculinity can be defined as possession of features or characteristics that are considered appropriate for a man. The way individuals see themselves and how they are treated as well as viewed by others in typically shored up by representation. The concept of hegemonic masculinity is clearly indicated in a number of television programs (Lyons 23). After a decade of female representation in television programs, the aspect of male body is currently becoming very prevalent. This can be evident by the Miani Vice. Hegemonic Masculinity in the Media.
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