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In-text: (Billings and Eastman, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Billings, A. and Eastman, S., 2015. Selective Represenation of Gender, Ethnicity, and Nationality in American Television Coveragre of the 2000 Summer Olympics. 1st ed. Clemson: SAGE Publications, pp.351-370.
In-text: (Dean, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Dean, M., 2014. Masculinity in Hollywood Is Doing Just Fine, Thanks. [online] Flavorwire. Available at: <http://flavorwire.com/434691/masculinity-in-hollywood-is-doing-just-fine-thanks> [Accessed 20 March 2015].
In-text: (Greven, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Greven, D., 2009. Manhood in Hollywood from Bush to Bush. Austin: University of Texas Press.
In-text: (Jones and Jolliffe, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Jones, C. and Jolliffe, G., 2000. The guerilla film makers handbook. New York: Continuum.
In-text: (Krane, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Krane, V., 2015. We Can Be Athletic and Feminine, But Do We Want To? Challenging Hegemonic Femininity in Women's Sport. 1st ed. Bowling Green: Quest.
In-text: (McKee, 1997)
Your Bibliography: McKee, R., 1997. Story. New York: ReganBooks.
In-text: (Who's The Man? Hollywood Heroes Defined Masculinity For Millions, 2014)
Your Bibliography: NPR.org. 2014. Who's The Man? Hollywood Heroes Defined Masculinity For Millions. [online] Available at: <http://www.npr.org/2014/07/30/336575116/whos-the-man-hollywood-heroes-defined-masculinity-for-millions> [Accessed 19 March 2015].
In-text: (Wendsing and Bruce, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Wendsing, E. and Bruce, T., 2015. Bending the Rules. 1st ed. Hamilton, NZ: SAGE Publications.
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