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Popular Perceptions of Masculinity in Rural North Indian Oral Traditions
In the oral tradition of rural north India, especially the Haryana region, hegemonic masculinity emerges as an ideological construct in the structure of patriarchy firmly located in materiality. This creates and consolidates male power over various categories of people and highlights several hierarchies of masculinities, caste, class, and gender, including those between males and females as well as those between males and males. The oral tradition, which includes folktales, myths, folk songs,doi:10.18874/ae.74.1.02 fatcat:e24ezerefnf6vhkrlsyyellc74