a) Introductions and overviews

Baker, P, Dworkin SL, Tong S, Banks I, Shand T, Yamey G. (2014). The men’s health gap: men must be included in the global health equity agenda. Bull World Health Organ., Aug 1; 92(8): 618-20.

Connell, R.W., T. Schofield, L. Walker, J.F. Wood, D.L. Butland, J. Fisher, and J. Bowyer. (1998). Men’s Health: A Research Agenda and Background Report. Canberra: Commonwealth Department of Health & Aged Care

Connell, Raewyn. (2002). Masculinities and Men’s Health. In Gender in Interaction, ed. Bettina Baron and Helga Kotthof (Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing.

Courtenay, Will H. (2000a). Constructions of Masculinity and Their Influence on Men’s Well-Being: A Theory of Gender and Health. Social Science & Medicine, May; 50(10): 1385-401. (Also in: Courtenay, Will H. (2006). Constructions of masculinity and their influence on men’s well-being: A theory of gender and health. S. Whitehead (Ed.), Men and masculinities (pp. 386-416). Andover, United Kingdom: Routledge.)

Courtenay, Will H. (2000b). Engendering Health: A Social Constructionist Examination of Men’s Health Beliefs and Behaviors. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 1(1), January.

Creighton, G., & Oliffe, J. L. (2010). Theorising masculinities and men’s health: A brief history with a view to practice. Health Sociology Review, 19(4), 409-418.

Doyal, Lesley. (2001). Sex, Gender, and Health: The Need for a New Approach. British Medical Journal. Vol. 323, 3 November

Evans, J., Frank, B., Oliffe, J. L., & Gregory, D. (2011). Health, Illness, Men and Masculinities (HIMM): a theoretical framework for understanding men and their health. Journal of Men’s Health, 8(1), 7-15.

Gough, Brendan, and Steve Robertson. (eds.) (2010). Men, Masculinities and Health: Critical Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan.
Introduction What is the Point of This Book? / B. Gough& S. Robertson
Developing a Critical Men’s Health Debate in Academic Scholarship / M. Lohan
A Grand Illusion: Masculinity, ‘Passing’ and Men’s Health / D. Buchbinder
Men, Public Health and Health Promotion: Towards a Critically Structural and Embodied Understanding / S. Robertson & R. Williams
Bugging the Cone of Silence With Men’s Health Interviews / J. L. Oliffe
Men’s Negotiations of a ‘Legitimate’ Self-help Group Identity / S. Seymour-Smith
Older Men’s Health: The Role of Marital Status and Masculinities / K. Davidson& R. Meadows
Promoting ‘Masculinity’ Over Health: A Critical Analysis of Men’s Health Promotion With Particular Reference to an Obesity Reduction ‘Manual’ / B. Gough
The Health Experiences of African-Caribbean and White Working Class Fathers / R. Williams
Pathologizing Fatherhood: The Case of Male Post Natal Depression in Britain / E. Lee
Prostate Cancer and Masculinities in Australia / A. Broom
Understanding Masculinities within the Context of Men, Body Image and Eating Disorders / M. Drummond
The Role of Masculinities in White and South Asian Men’s Help-seeking Behaviour for Cardiac Chest Pain / P. Galdas
Afterword: What Next for Men’s Health Research? / S. Robertson& B. Gough.

Greene, Margaret E., and Gary Barker. (2013). Masculinity and Its Public Health Implications for Sexual and Reproductive Health and HIV Prevention. In Routledge Handbook of Global Public Health, ed. Richard Parker and Marni Sommer (New York: Routledge).

Griffith, Derek M., Marino A. Bruce, and Roland J. Thorpe. (eds.) (2019). Men’s Health Equity: A Handbook. Routledge.

Hook, C., Miller, A., Shand, T. & Stiefvater, E. (2018). Getting to Equal: Engaging Men and Boys in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and Gender Equality. Washington, DC: Promundo-US.

Isacco, A., Yallum, N., & Chromik, L. (2011). A Review of Gay Men’s Health: Challenges, Strengths, and Interventions. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, 6 (1), 45-62 DOI: 10.1177/1559827611402580

Kavanagh, S., & Graham, M. (2019). How Gender Inequity Impacts on Men’s Health: An Exploration of Theoretical Pathways. International Journal of Mens Social and Community Health, 2(1), e11-e21.

Lloyd, Trefor. (2002). Boys’ and Young Men’s Health: What works? London: Health Development Agency.

Lohan, Maria. (2007). How might we understand men’s health better? Integrating explanations from critical studies on men and inequalities in health. Social Science and Medicine, Volume 65, Issue 3, August.

Ragonese, C., Shand, T. & Barker, G. (2018). Masculine norms and men’s health: Making the connections: Executive Summary. Washington DC: Promundo

Robertson, S., Williams, B., & Oliffe, J. (2016). The Case for Retaining a Focus on “Masculinities” in Men’s Health Research. International Journal of Men’s Health, 15(1).

Robertson, Steve. (2007). Understanding Men’s Health. McGraw-Hill.
The current context of men’s health and the role of masculinities.
Conceptualising health and well-being.
Embodied masculinities and health.
Men, relationships, emotions and health.
Men engaging with health care.
Some conclusions.

Rosenfeld, Dana, and Christopher A. Faircloth. (eds.). (2006). Medicalized Masculinities. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.Introduction Medicalized Masculinities: The Missing Link? – Dana Rosenfeld and Christopher A. Faircloth
1. The Viagra Blues: Embracing or Resisting the Viagra Body – Meika Loe.
2. Sex the Natural Way: The Marketing of Cialis and Levitra – Chris Wienke.
3. The Leaky Male Body: Forensics and the Construction of the Sexual Suspect – Lisa Jean Moore and Heidi Durkin.
4. Medicalizing the Aging Male Body: Andropause and Baldness – Julia E. Szymczak and Peter Conrad.
5. Dissecting Medicine: Gender Biases in the Discourses and Practices of Medical Anatomy – Alan Petersen and Sam Regan de Bere.
6. Making the Grade: The Gender Gap, ADHD, and the Medicalization of Boyhood – Nicky Hart with Noah Grand and Kevin Riley.
7. The Sexual Savage: Race Science and the Medicalization of Black Masculinity – Ann Marie Hickey.
8. Medicalizing Military Masculinity: Reconstructing the War Veteran in PTSD Therapy – Marisa M. Smith.

Sabo, Donald, and David F. Gordon. (eds.). (1995). Men’s Health and Illness: Gender, Power and the Body. London: Sage

Sabo, Donald. (2000). Men’s Health Studies: Origins and Trends. Journal of American College Health. 49(3):133-142, Nov.

Sabo, Donald. (2005). The Study of Masculinities and Men’s Health: An Overview. In The Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Eds Michael Kimmel, Jeff Hearn, and R.W. Connell. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Schofield T., R.W. Connell, L. Walker, J.F. Wood, and D.L. Butland. (2000). Understanding Men’s Health and Illness: A Gender-Relations Approach to Policy, Research, and Practice. Journal of American College Health, 48(6): 247-256, May.

Seidler, Z. E., Rice, S. M., River, J., Oliffe, J. L., & Dhillon, H. M. (2018). Men’s Mental Health Services: The Case for a Masculinities Model. The Journal of Men’s Studies, 26(1), 92-104.

Smith, James A. (2007a). Beyond masculine stereotypes: Moving men’s health promotion forward in Australia. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, April, Volume 18, N1.

Smith, James A. (2007b). Addressing men’s health policy concerns in Australia: what can be done? Australia and New Zealand Health Policy, 4:20.

Stern, Erin. (2015). Men’s health and wellbeing. In Edström, J.; Hassink, A.; Shahrokh, T. and Stern, E. (eds) Engendering Men: A Collaborative Review of Evidence on Men and Boys in Social Change and Gender Equality. EMERGE Evidence Review, Promundo-US, Sonke Gender Justice and the Institute of Development Studies.

White, Alan, de Sousa, Bruno, de Visser, Richard, Hogston, Richard, Madsen, Svend Aage, Makara, Péter, Richardson, Noel and Zatonski, Witold (2011) The State of Men’s Health in Europe.

White, Alan. (2007). Men’s health – What’s it all about? In David Conrad and Alan White. (eds). Men’s Health: How to do it. Oxford & New York: Radcliffe.

Williams, David R. (2003). The health of men: Structured inequalities and opportunities. American Journal Of Public Health, Vol. 93, No. 5, pp. 724-729.