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Edley, Nigel, and Margaret Wetherell. (2001). Jekyll and Hyde: Men’s Constructions of Feminism and Feminists. Feminism & Psychology, November, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 439-457.

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Tamasese, Kiri and Waldegrave, Charles Cultural and Gender Accountability in the Just Therapy Approach (First Published 1993, Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 5(2). Reprinted 1994, Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No’s 2 & 3).
Law, Ian Adopting the Principle of Pro-feminism (First Published 1992, Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No’s 3 & 4).
Hall, Rob Partnership Accountability (First Published 1992, Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No’s 3 & 4).

Men and Gender Equality - towards progressive policies, An expert conference on gender equality under Finland’s EU Presidency on 5 - 6 October 2006.
Men and Gender Equality Policy: English summary of the Finnish strategy document on men and gender equality policy;
Keynote Speeches;
Men and Gender Equality in Different Parts of the EU / Jeff Hearn, Iva SmÌdov.
Gendering Men: Implications for Gender Equality / Bob Pease.
Prevention of Violence in Spain / Elisa Nieto.
Presentations by working group members:
Working group 1 - Reduction of Segregation in Education and Training: the Role of Men / Duncan Fisher, Janne Hypponen.
Working group 2 - Gender Mainstreaming in Health Policies and Practices / Alan White, Vasco Prazeres.
Working group 3 - Violence and Men / Ingrid Bellander Todino, Maria Eriksson, Minna Piispa, Ralf Pucher.
Working group 4 - Men and Reconciliation of Work and Family Life: Visions for Future / Hugo Swinnen, Marusa Gortn, Yves Roland.

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On the Road to Healing… A Booklet for Men Against Sexism (2002).
Tools for White Guys who are Working for Social Change and other people socialized in a society based on domination / Chris Crass.
A Tribute to My Father / Chris Dixon.
Demands of Men: a list of demands from women that arose from discussions at a recent statewide gender liberation conference held for the activist community / Chris Crass.
A Few Good Men / Loolwa Khazoom.
Objections to Objectifications / Cameron Bustamante.
Faggot! / Donald Cavanaugh.
Why I Joined the Navy / Tony Switzer.
The Cult of Manhood / Jeff Ott.
honey n vinegar/my first butch / Ahimsa Timoteo Bodhran.
Target Practice / Ahimsa Timoteo Bodhran.
just a few days ago i was attacked / basil.
capitalism and its effects / basil.
poem / billie rain.
Everyday anti-sexism / Michael Flood.

Palmieri, S. (2013) Sympathetic advocates: male parliamentarians sharing responsibility for gender equality. Gender & Development, 21:1, 67-80.

Peacock, Dean, and Gary Barker. (2012). Working with men and boys to promote gender equality: A review of the field and emerging approaches. Expert Group Meeting, Prevention of violence against women and girls, Bangkok, Thailand, 17-20 September.

Pease, Bob. (1996). Reforming Men: Masculine Subjectivities and the Politics and Practices of Profeminism. PhD thesis. Melbourne: Graduate School of Social Work, Faculty of Social Sciences, La Trobe University (See especially, Chapter 2, Epistemology and Methodology: Researching Men’s Subjectivities and Practices).

Pease, Bob. (1997). Constructing Profeminist Subjectivities and Practices. Paper to Conference, Masculinities: Renegotiating Genders. University of Wollongong, 20 June.

Pease, Bob. (1997). Men and Sexual Politics: Towards a Profeminist Practice. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.
Includes;
Men’s Groups: Limitations and Political Potential.
Men’s Festivals: Experiencing the Contradictions.
Men Against Sexual Assault: Organising Men Against Sexual Violence.
Patriarchy Awareness Education: Education to Make a Difference.

Pease, Bob. (2006). Governing men and boys in public policy in Australia. In Analysing Social Policy: A Governmental Approach. Greg Marston, and Catherine McDonald, (eds). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar: 127-143.

Pease, Bob. (2011). Men in social work: challenging or reproducing an unequal gender regime? Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, pp. 1-14.

Pease, Bob. (2012). Interrogating privileged subjectivities: reflections on writing personal accounts of privilege. In Livholts, Mona (eds), Emergent Writing Methodologies in Feminist Studies, pp. 71-82, Routledge, New York, N.Y.

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Sexual Health Exchange. (2005). Theme: Men, sex and power, No. 2;
Men, sex and power: Engaging men in achieving gender equality and sexual and reproductive health.
Does men’s involvement work? Evidence from evaluated interventions.
Promoting gender equity among young men.
Fostering alternative views of male identity among boys in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Using edutainment and social acitivites to challenge machismo in Nicaragua.
Male identity, poverty and reproductive health in Namibia.
Behind the bars of South African prisons.
Men who have sex with men and disempowerment in South Asia.

Sharik, Lisa. (2000). Feminism and Men: Exploring the lived experiences of men involved with feminism. Honours Thesis. St Catharines, Ontario: Dept of Women’s Studies, Brock University.

Social Alternatives. (1997). Special Issue: Masculinity Politics, 16(3), July
Includes;
Masculinity Politics: An Introduction / Lingard, Bob and Mills, Martin.
Men, Masculinities and Feminism / Connell, R.W.
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Masculinity and Social Change: Rethinking Sexual Politics / Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin and Haywood, Chris.

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Magazines

 

Achilles Heel (UK)

Activist Men’s Journal (USA)

Body Politic (UK)

Changing Men (defunct since 1994) (formerly M: Gentle Men for Gender Justice)

Voice Male (magazine of the Men’s Resource Centre of Western Massachussetts)

Working With Men (UK)

XY: Men, Sex, Politics (1990 - 1999)