Publications
Theses/Dissertations

PhD

Masculinity in two reddit men’s communities: Feminism is foul, privilege is precarious, and being beta is bad

Supervisor: Dr. Corey W. Johnson - University of Waterloo

External Examiner: Dr. Adrienne Massanari - American University
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Masters

Older Adult Volunteers: Understanding the meaning of volunteering in thetransition to retirement

Supervisor: Dr. Katie Misener - University of Waterloo
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Undergraduate

“Nothing Against Them, but…” Leadership perceptions and attitudes of residential summer camp staff members

Supervisors: Dr. R. Harvey Lemelin (HBOR) & Dr. Jenny Roth (Women's Studies)

Refereed Journal Articles

Cousineau, L. S. (2021). “Entitled to everything responsible for nothing:” Gendered Discourses of Antifeminism, Biological Determinism, and Violence in Two Communities of Reddit’s Manosphere. AG About Gender - International Journal of Gender Studies, 10(19), 131–166. https://doi.org/10.15167/2279-5057/AG2021.10.19.1274
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Cousineau, L.S., Johnson C.W., & Parry D.C. (2021). ‘What’s my score?’: The complex interactions of straight male Geo-Social Networking Application use. Leisure Studies, 40(2), 154–168. doi: /10.1080/02614367.2020.1810302
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Cousineau, L.S. (2021). Sailing away on the SS Academe: A discussion of current graduate student experience in one recreation and leisure program. SCHOLE: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education – Special Issue: The Evolving Experiences of the Contemporary Student, 36(1–2), 11–25. doi: 10.1080/1937156X.2020.1760748
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Carlson, C.R. & Cousineau, L.S. (2020) Are you sure you want to view this community?: Exploring the ethics of Reddit’s quarantine practice. Journal of Digital Ethics, 35(4), 202-213. doi: 10.1080/23736992.2020.1819285
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Cousineau, L.S. & Misener, K. (2019). Volunteering as meaning-making in the transition to retirement. Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, 10(1), 61-77.
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Cousineau, L. S., Mock S. E., & Glover T. D. (2018). Camper Self-Concept Promotes Environmental Awareness: A Relationship Mediated by Social Inclusion. Journal of Youth Development, 13(1-2), 144-160.
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Cousineau, L., & Chambers, L. (2015). How Expectations Do Not Equate with Practice: The Gendered Reality of the Female Resident Assistant. Journal of College & University Student Housing41(2), 28-43.
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Cousineau, L., & Roth, J. (2012). Pervasive patriarchal leadership ideology in seasonal residential summer camp staff. Leadership8(4), 421-440. doi: 10.1177/1742715012444052
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Book Chapters

Cousineau, L.S. (2022 - In Press). Digital Methods for Social Justice. In Johnson C.W. & Parry, D.C. (Eds) Fostering Social Justice Through Qualitative Inquiry:
A Methodological Guide
. (pp. 231-250). Routledge.

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Spencer, C., McKeown, J., & Cousineau, L.S. (2022 - In Press). From #Gamergate to #Feminism: Gender & Leisure. In: Schneider, I.E. & Kivel, B.D. (Eds) Diversity & the Recreation Profession: Organizational Perspectives, 4th Ed. Sagamore-Venture.
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Cousineau, L.S. (2021). “A Positive Identity for Men”: Pathways to far-right participation through /r/MensRights and /r/TheRedPill. In Devries, M., Bessant, J. & Watts, R. (Eds.), The Rise of the Far-Right: Technologies of Recruitment & Mobilization (Edited Collection). Rowman & Littlefield International.
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Cousineau, L.S. (2021). Sex, Power, and Controlling Bodies: The Incels and Pickup Artists. In D.C. Parry & C.W. Johnson (Eds.) Promiscuous Perspectives: Sex and Leisure. New York: Routledge.
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Parry, D.C., Cousineau, L.S., Johnson, C.W., & Fullagar, S. (2019). Digital Dilemmas: Transforming gender identities and power relations in everyday life. In D.C. Parry, C.W. Johnson, & S. Fullagar (Eds.) Digital Dilemmas: Transforming gender identities and power relations in everyday life, (pp. 1-19). Basingstoke: Palgrave Press.
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Cousineau, L.S., Oakes, H., & Johnson, C.W. (2019). Appnography: Modifying ethnography for app-based culture. In D.C. Parry, C.W. Johnson, & S. Fullagar (Eds.) Digital Dilemmas: Transforming gender identities and power relations in everyday life, (pp. 95-117). Basingstoke: Palgrave Press.
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Johnson, C.W. & Cousineau, L.S. (2018). Manning Up and Manning On: Masculinities, Hegemonic Masculinity, and Leisure Studies. In D.C. Parry (Ed.), Feminisms in Leisure Studies: Advancing a Fourth Wave, pp. 126-148. New York: Routledge.
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Johnson, C.W., Cousineau, L.S., & Kivel, B.D. (2018). The history and methodological tradition(s) of Collective Memory Work. In C.W. Johnson (Ed.), Collective Memory Work: A methodology for learning with and from lived experience, pp. 3-26. New York, NY: Routledge.
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Soucie, S.M.A., Parry, D.C., & Cousineau, L.S. (2018). The Fourth Wave: What #MeToo can teach us about Millennial Mobilization, Intersectionality, and Men’s Accountability. In D.C. Parry (Ed.), Feminisms in Leisure Studies: Advancing a Fourth Wave, pp. 149-164. New York: Routledge.
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Conference Proceedings

Cousineau, L.S. (October, 2020). Displaced discussion: The implications of Reddit quarantine and the movement of theredpill to self-hosting. Presented at the annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR). Available at the AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research (SPIR). https://doi.org/10.5210/spir.v2020i0.11195

Cousineau, L. & Misener, K. (2017). Making Change - Making Meaning: Volunteering at Transition to Retirement. In CCLR15 Book of Proceedings: 15th Canadian Congress on Leisure Research (pp. 74-75). Waterloo, Ontario, Canada: University of Waterloo.
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Cousineau, L. & Lemelin, R. H. (2o11). “Nothing Against Them, but...: Gender Bias and Gender Preference for Supervisors in Private, Seasonal Residential Summer Camp Staff. In Book of abstracts of the papers presented at the Thirteenth Canadian Congress on Leisure Research (pp. 59-63). St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada: Brock University.