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Many disciplines have discussed masculinity in often quite polarized discourses. Resulting theories and accounts fail to describe adequately its complex structure. One consequence is the lack of a suitable platform for studying masculinity in schools. Recent discussion of "multiple masculinities" bridges these discourses to present a pluralist interpretation of how boys and men construct and enact their masculinities. It provides an analytical tool for examining how masculinities are built indoi:10.2307/1585748 fatcat:be3pqho6ljcexjrp5qvnugzg7a