Occupational masculinity and bouncers
Tomkins, K (2003) Occupational masculinity and bouncers. Honours thesis, University of Tasmania.
This thesis focuses on the occupational masculinity of bouncers and how
bouncers, owners, managers, and police perceive and construct masculinity
in the entertainment industry. It will explore how a manifestation of
occupational masculinity in security guards shapes their work in licensed
entertainment venues on the Hobart waterfront.
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