The social sector has traditionally relied on noncommercial means, such as donations, grants, and volunteers, to pursue civic goals. But over the past three decades, as charitable resources have dwindled and social problems have grown, so-called hybrid ventures, which incorporate revenue-producing activities with nonprofit work, have become increasingly popular. Such ventures are the subject of debate and research, but until recently, their relationship with gender norms has not been carefully s…

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