Originality/Value of Study: This study highlights the nuances and strategies of boundary construction in regards to the social category of woman. I propose that researchers expand theorizations of gendered boundary negotiation to consider the ways in which boundaries are drawn not only as a form of panic and exclusion but also as a response to such panics to promote inclusivity and diversity.
I would like to thank Jessica Herling, Christine Labuski, and the editors for their invaluable feedback as I develop this work.
Nanney, M. (2017), "“I’m Part of the Community, Too”: Women’s College Alumnae Responses to Transgender Admittance Policies", Demos, V. and Segal, M.T. (Ed.) Gender Panic, Gender Policy (Advances in Gender Research, Vol. 24), Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 133-154. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1529-212620170000024009Download as .RIS
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