And they interpret ideas of masculinity from father

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And they interpret ideas of masculinity FROM: - Father first gen. Punjabi version - White variety of their peers - “Surrey Jack” - the form of protest masculinity constructed by other Punjabi young men maturity (get girls) Jobs for more women (health care) Filipino knowing how they are seen to men (trying to speak their language) Brown boys sexual themselves IDENTIFY : Filipino have it happen to them IDENTIFIED - (2 DIFF things/opposite) 3. They negotiate their identities by adapting: through expose to “what it means to be bown” they can see the affects (negative + positive) of certain characteristics - “Being brown”- I see it as a middle ground- Not a surrey jack (excessive drugs + violence + insecurities) and not like their fathers either (drinking). It is standing up for your ethnicity, but only when threatened. - **priviledge in sense that their parents and grandparents are more established here
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- They are protesting the traditional concepts of “brown identity” in their culture 4. I think they feel a sense of belonging in Canada to their OWN ethnicities and the peers they have in these groups. Some have friends from different nationalities but most identify more with
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