Using a blend of auto-archaeological, critical, and queer approaches, I descriptively and performatively articulate the position of my sexual identity when entrenched in the familial and organizational structures of scouting. Throughout this piece, I expose the intersections of father-son turmoil and organizational oppression along with offering defiant modes of queer resistance(s) and becoming(s).
The Scoutmaster’s Son: Queering the Personal and Professional
David Dooling is a PhD student in the Department of Communication at the University of South Florida. He received an MA in Communication in 2020 and a BS in Communication Studies in 2018 from Missouri State University. email: email@example.com
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David Dooling; The Scoutmaster’s Son: Queering the Personal and Professional. Journal of Autoethnography 1 April 2021; 2 (2): 194–214. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/joae.2021.2.2.194
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