This chapter outlines the ways in which British low culture (such as children’s comics, television sitcom, pulp novels, graffiti, etc.) offers everyday representations of queer masculinities in education. Therefore, it is envisaged that this chapter will provide an insight into how notions of queer masculinities (both positive and negative) are perpetuated within society as a result of the consumption (enactment even) of such cultural texts. This chapter also gives insights into the multiple ways in which cultural representations of schooling are encountered through mediated texts.
|Title of host publication||Queer Masculinities: A Critical Reader in Education|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2012|
- british low culture
- representations of queer masculinities