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Valeria Quaglia

201605250405th profilo

 

Topic of thesis: Understanding the intersection between masculinity construction and men's health: an Italian study (provisional title)
Abstract: The objective of this research is to explore through a qualitative approach men's experiences of life with a chronic disease. 
Research Interests: Gender Studies; Sociology of Health; Masculinity Studies; GLBTQ Studies; Qualitative Health Methodologies; 
Graduated from: University of Turin (Italy)
Degrees Obtained: Master of Arts (Laurea Magistrale) in Sociology; Bachelor (Laurea Triennale) in Political Science.
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