On sex, violence & being macho in the army: male soldiers and sexual violence
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Nyameka Mankayi interviewed 14 male soldiers in the South African National Defence Force between the ages of 23 and 33, looking at how masculinity, sexuality and sexual violence is expressed in a military context. Articles flowing from these qualitative interviews appeared in two journals.
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