volume 31, issue 2, P197-222 2017
DOI: 10.1177/0891243217694823
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Abstract: In the past few decades, a multi-billion-dollar "therapeutic boarding school" industry has emerged for America's troubled upper-class youth. This article examines the therapeutic models prominent in these programs and the ways they conflict with dominant notions of masculinity. Using in-depth interviews and ethnographic fieldwork inside a Western therapeutic boarding school, I show how privileged young men navigate this masculinity dilemma by constructing hybrid masculinities that incorporate qualities associa…

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