Alan Dundes's scientific contributions

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... Outside of equestrianism, however, men that express an everyday interest in horses may be derided for their predilection (Jones 2015), while "male flight" has resulted in significantly more women than men in the sport (Braddick 2019;Dashper 2012b;Hedenborg and White 2012). 3 This feminization of equestrianism may be partly because heterosexual men competing in equestrian events compete against women and gay men, detracting from their ability to gain status through feminizing a competitor that is deemed a worthy man (Dundes 1997). ...