Esquire magazine, presidential politics and hegemonic masculinity
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Esquire magazine is one of the premiere men's magazines in the U.S. and has a long history of reporting on U.S. presidential politics. This study seeks to extend the sociological and psychological concept of hegemonic masculinity to Esquire's feature writing between 1996 and 2016, seeking to determine to what extent, if any, the magazine uses characteristics of the hegemonic masculinity paradigm to frame articles about U.S. presidents and presidential candidates and to what extent, if any, the politician's political party affects the use of such framings.
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