d) Men in higher education [NEW]

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Bankart, C. Peter. (1998). The Role of the Men’s Movement at the All-Male College: Challenge and Opportunity. Men and Masculinities, 1(1), July

Bowl, Marion, Robert Tobias, Jennifer Leahy, Graeme Ferguson, and Jeffrey Gage. (eds.) (2012). Gender, Masculinities and Lifelong Learning. Routledge.

Burke, Penny Jane. (2007). Men accessing education: masculinities, identifications and widening participation. British Journal of Sociology of Education, Volume 28 Issue 4.

Cuyjet, M. (2006). African American Men in College. Jossey-Bass; 1st edition.

Davis, T., and J. Laker. (2011). Masculinities in Higher Education. Routledge; 1st edition.

Gough, Brendan, and Paul Peace. (2000). Reconstructing Gender at University: Men as Victims. Gender and Education, 12(3), September.

Harper, S., and F. Harris III. (2010). College Men and Masculinities: Theory, Research and Implications for Practice. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Harper, Shaun R. (2006). Peer Support for African American Male College Achievement: Beyond Internalized Racism and the Burden of ‘Acting White’. Journal of Men’s Studies, Vol. 14 Issue 3: 337-358.

Harris III, F., & Edwards, K. E. (2010). College men’s experiences as men: Findings from two grounded theory studies. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 47(1), 43-62.

Harris III, F., & Harper, S. R. (2014). Beyond bad behaving brothers: productive performances of masculinities among college fraternity men. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 27(6), 703-723.

Jackson, C., & Dempster, S. (2009). ‘I Sat Back on My Computer… with a Bottle of Whisky Next to Me’: Constructing ‘Cool’masculinity through ‘Effortless’ Achievement in Secondary and Higher Education. Journal of Gender Studies, 18(4), 341-356.

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Laker, J., and T. Davis. (eds). (2011). Masculinities in Higher Education: Theoretical and practical considerations. London and New York: Routledge.
Introduction, Tracy Davis and Jason Laker.
Section A: Theoretical and Historical Perspectives, Section Editor, Jason Laker.
1. Mapping Guyland in College, Michael Kimmel & Tracy Davis.
2. Using the Psychology of Men and Gender Role Conflict Theory To Promote Comprehensive Service Delivery for College Men: A Call to Action, Jim O’Neil & Byrce Crasper.
3. The Situation of Men, and Situating Men in Higher Education: A Conversation about Crisis, Myth and Reality about Male College Students, Frank Harris III & Ryan P. Barone.
4. Inviting and Inspiring Men to Learn: Gendered Pedagogical Considerations for Undergraduate Teaching and Learning Environments, Jason Laker.
Section B: Identity Intersections with Masculinities, Section Editor, Tracy Davis.
5. Man of Multiple Identities: Complex Individuality and Identity Intersectionality among College Men, Shaun R. Harper, Cameron C. Wardell, and Keon M. McGuire.
6. Queer Masculinities in Higher Education, Beth Berila.
7. Socio-economic and Work Identity Intersections with Masculinity and College Success, Brian Reed.
8. Disability Identity Intersections with Masculinities, Tom Gerschick.
Section C: Effective Interventions with College Men, Section Editors, Jason Laker and Tracy Davis.
9. Masculinities (Re)considered: Using a Critical Approach to Working with Men in Groups, Tracy Davis, James LaPrad & Sean Dixon.
10. Using How College Men Feel about Being Men and “Doing the Right Thing” to Promote Men’s Development, Alan Berkowitz.
11. Best Practices for Improving College Men’s HealthDesigning Effective Programs and Services for College Men, Will Courtenay.
12. Successful Judicial Intervention with Men, Randy Ludeman.
13. Women Professionals Working with Men in both Curricular and Co-curricular Environments, Rachel Wagner.

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Marshall, C. (1996). Implementing Equity in Universities: possibilities for pro-feminist men. Special Interest Group of AERA, Women in Education Conference. San Jose, California. October, 25.

Martin, Brandon E., and Frank Harris III. (2006). Examining Productive Conceptions of Masculinities: Lessons Learned from Academically Driven African American Male Student-Athletes. Journal of Men’s Studies, Vol. 14 Issue 3: 359-378.

Marulanda, D., & Radtke, H. L. (2019). Men Pursuing an Undergraduate Psychology Degree: What’s Masculinity Got to Do with It? Sex Roles, 81(5), 338-354. doi:10.1007/s11199-018-0995-4

McGowan, Richard J. (1997). Preferential Programs in Academia and the Disproportionate Burden Placed on Young Male (Philosophy) Scholars. Journal of Men’s Studies, 5(4), May, pp. 273-283.

Moore, James L., and Michael K. Herndon. (eds). (2003). Journal of Men’s Studies, 12(1), Fall. Special Issue: African-American Men in the Academy.
Guest Editorial / James L. Moore III and Michael K. Herndon.
Exploring the Status of Black Male Faculty Utilizing Data from the National Study of Postsecondary Faculty / Lamont A. Flowers and Lee Jones.
Preparing African-American Males for Postsecondary Options / Deryl Bailey.
White Student Confessions about a Black Male Professor: A Cultural Contracts Theory Approach to Intimate Conversations about Race and Worldview / Ronald L. Jackson II and Rex Crawley.
Toward Administrative Diversity: An Analysis of the African-American Male.
Educational Pipeline / Jerlando F.L. Jackson.
The Prove-Them-Wrong Syndrome: Voices from Unheard African-American Males in Engineering Disciplines / James L. Moore III, Octavia Madison-Colmore, and Dionne M. Smith.
Expressions of Spirituality among African-American College Males.
Michael K. Herndon.
Book Reviews
Beating the Odds: Raising Academically Successful African American Males, by Freeman A. Hrabowski, Kenneth I. Maton, and Geoffrey L. Greif / Darrell Cleveland.
Helping African American Men Succeed in College, edited by Michael J. Cuyjet / E. Reginald Parks.
Working with African American Males: A Guide to Practice, edited by Larry E. Davis / Melendez O. Byrd, Darrell Hairston, and Curtis J. Blakely, Jr.
African American Males in School and Society: Practices and Policies for Effective Education, edited by V.C. Polite and J.E. Davis / Chandra F. Johnson.

O’Shea, S., May, J., Stone, C., & Delahunty, J. (2017). Motivated Men: First-in-Family Male Students. In First-in-Family Students, University Experience and Family Life (pp. 177-201): Springer.

Phipps, A., & Young, I. (2015). ‘Lad culture’ in higher education: Agency in the sexualization debates. Sexualities, 1363460714550909.

Phipps, A., & Young, I. (2015). Neoliberalisation and ‘Lad cultures’ in higher education. Sociology, 49(2), 305-322. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0038038514542120

Pillay, V. (2006). Masculinities and mergers: losing ground through territoriality. Gender and Education, 18(6): 591-612.

Sallee, M.W. (2011). Performing masculinity: considering gender in doctoral student socialization. Journal of Higher Education, 82(2): 187–216.

Schaub, J. (2017). Making Sense of Men’s Experiences and Progression through Social Work Programmes. University of Bath.

Sharp, Bob. (2000). Take Me to Your (Male) Leader. Gender and Education, Volume 13, Number 1.

Sundaram, V., & Jackson, C. (2018). Understanding ‘lad culture’ in higher education: A focus on British universities. Routledge.

Tillapaugh, D., and B. L. McGowan (Eds). (2019). Men and masculinities: Theoretical foundations and promising practices for supporting college men’s development. Stylus.Whitehead, Stephen. (2001). The Invisible Gendered Subject: Men in Education Management. Journal of Gender Studies, 10(1), March, pp. 67-82.

Woodfield, R. (2019). The gendered landscape of UK higher education: do men feel disadvantaged? Gender and Education, 31(1), 15-32. doi:10.1080/09540253.2017.1288859



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