C.J. Pascoe, Department of Sociology

C.J. Pascoe
Academic Areas:
Gender, Masculinity, Bullying, LGBT

C.J. Pascoe is an expert on sexuality, masculinity, gender, transgender issues, and body image, especially related to youth. C.J. also studies the use of social media by LGBT and straight youth to police gender roles and body image. At the University of Oregon, C.J. is an assistant professor of sociology and the director of undergraduate studies. C.J. is chair of the American Sociological Association’s Section on Sex and Gender and is author of the book, "Dude, You're a Fag: Masculinity and Sexuality in High School." 

Contact:
cpascoe@uoregon.edu | 541-346-1384 | @C_J_Pascoe

Websites:
http://sociology.uoregon.edu/profile/cpascoe/
CJPascoe.org

Recent media:
The science of sexism: Why workplaces are so hard to change (Live Science, June 16, 2017)
Homophobia linked to definition of masculinity (The Register-Guard, May 24, 2017)
Men pay a steep price when it comes to masculinity (USA Today, March 31, 2017)
Why some men harass women (Newsweek, Oct. 24, 2016)
As number of social apps grows, so does need to battle cyberbullying (KVAL, June 21, 2016)
Why eating disorders are so hard for Instagram and Tumblr to combat (BuzzFeed News, April 14, 2016)
Why do men use the word "fag?" (attn: Nov. 8, 2015)
Genderbread person helps combat bullying (The Register-Guard, Oct. 28, 2015)
Violence, masculinity threat, and the connecticut school stabbing (The Huffington Post, May 7, 2014)
Why we should care how straight allies benefit from their support (Slate, Dec. 13, 2013)
Bro porn: heterosexualizing straight men's anti-homophobia stances (The Huffington Post, Dec. 6, 2013)