Is the changed perception of homophobia an example of people’s ability to adapt to the developing social norms?

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A shift in perception of homophobia and the remaking of heterosexual boundaries in school is one example of how social norms are challenged. According to McCormack and Anderson (2010), they found that boys at Standard High rejected the idea of homophobia which contradicts the normative understanding that boys must distance themselves from gay students and exercise their homophobia attitudes to maintain their masculinities. Instead, the boys use tools such as ironic recuperation which is a...
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