In her ?, Kane ? how many ? encourage their ? to have ? qualities, like ?. In this way, they construct a ???, that exhibits ? qualities, but also ?? and rejection of ?. Though seemingly progressive in the inclusion of ? qualities like ?, this ??? is ultimately complicit to ?? in that it reasserts dominance of the ?, but also the central aspect of ?? – rejection of ?.
Though an ? of conceptualizing ?, there are clearly different motivations for ultimate reassertion of ?? between ?. ?? reject ? and ? for fear of societal retribution. ? ?? enforce ?? in reasserting their own ? and guiding their ? through their own conceptions of ?.
Lastly, ? may also encourage ?, ?, and ? not as motivated by the ? of ? or rejection of ??. Instead, they might see this as encouraging autonomy/independence in their ? – hegemonic qualities that are also good life skills.
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