Ankara Pavyon Kültüründe Erkeklik İnşaları
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Connell's concept of hegemonic masculinity explains how a small minority men hold all the power and power positions and how can they legitimize it and dominate the others. Hegemonic masculinity is a position of power; as well as the struggle for power and superiority among different groups of men and also an explanation of how these groups of masculinities are formed. With the development of the masculinity studies in the academy, researches show that there is not a single hegemonic masculinity but there exist multiple hegemonic masculinities in different social, political and cultural contexts. These multiple masculinities are constructed through different strategies in various cultural contexts and struggle in each other. So that, this field study, which interprets the data in accordance with Feminist Standpoint Theory, is questioning how different hegemonic masculinities are constructed in Ankara entertainment culture. The research also reveals that there is not a single hegemonic masculinity construction, but there exist some multiple hegemonic masculinity constructions in that entertainment practice. As a result of observations and interviews, the main finding of this work is, those multiple hegemonic masculinities are constructed through economical and symbolic capitals, which also have been in conflict and reconciliation with each other.