"Don't worry, you're my mate, I'll always love you like for who you are … so do you fancy me?". Towards an understanding of working-class masculinity as complex and multi-faceted

Nicola Ingram

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2012
Event Young Masculinities : Challenges, Changes and Transitions, 2012 - BSA Meeting Room, Imperial Wharf, London, UK United Kingdom
Duration: 2 Nov 2012 → …

Workshop

Workshop Young Masculinities : Challenges, Changes and Transitions, 2012
CountryUK United Kingdom
CityLondon
Period2/11/12 → …

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Ingram, N. (2012). "Don't worry, you're my mate, I'll always love you like for who you are … so do you fancy me?". Towards an understanding of working-class masculinity as complex and multi-faceted. Paper presented at Young Masculinities : Challenges, Changes and Transitions, 2012, London, UK United Kingdom.

"Don't worry, you're my mate, I'll always love you like for who you are … so do you fancy me?". Towards an understanding of working-class masculinity as complex and multi-faceted. / Ingram, Nicola.

2012. Paper presented at Young Masculinities : Challenges, Changes and Transitions, 2012, London, UK United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Ingram, N 2012, '"Don't worry, you're my mate, I'll always love you like for who you are … so do you fancy me?". Towards an understanding of working-class masculinity as complex and multi-faceted' Paper presented at Young Masculinities : Challenges, Changes and Transitions, 2012, London, UK United Kingdom, 2/11/12, .
Ingram N. "Don't worry, you're my mate, I'll always love you like for who you are … so do you fancy me?". Towards an understanding of working-class masculinity as complex and multi-faceted. 2012. Paper presented at Young Masculinities : Challenges, Changes and Transitions, 2012, London, UK United Kingdom.
Ingram, Nicola. / "Don't worry, you're my mate, I'll always love you like for who you are … so do you fancy me?". Towards an understanding of working-class masculinity as complex and multi-faceted. Paper presented at Young Masculinities : Challenges, Changes and Transitions, 2012, London, UK United Kingdom.
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