(ii) Further works

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Andronico, M. (ed.). Men in Groups: Realities and Insights. APA Books.

Barai, Sujata. (1995). A Beneficial Blurring of Gender Lines: Supportive Men in the Pro-Choice Movement. Progressive Review, May

Barton, E. R. (2003). A Qualitative Exploration of Participation in Men’s Peer Mutual Support Groups: Beyond Men Hugging Trees. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, Michigan State University.

Bliss, Sheperd. (1986) Beyond Machismo: The new men’s movement. Yoga Journal, November/December.

Bradley, Mike, Lonnie Danchik, Marty Fager, and Tom Wodetzki. (1971). Unbecoming Men: A Men’s Consciousness-Raising Group Writes on Oppression and Themselves. New York: Times Changes Press / Light Powder and Construction Works

Brannon, R. (1981-82). Are the ‘Free Men’ a Faction of our Movement? M: Gentle Men for Gender Justice, 7, Winter.

Bray, L. H. (1992). A Preliminary Exploration of the Men’s Movement: Demographics and Motivating Factors. Unpublished Masters Thesis, University of Alberta.

Brod, Harry. (1986). Fraternity, Equality, Liberty. Changing Men: Issues in Gender, Sex and Politics, 16.

Bucher, Glenn. (ed.). (1976). Straight/White/Male. PA: Fortress Press.

Burke, C. K. (2000). Gender Role Conflict and Psychological Well-Being: An Exploration in Men Enrolled to Attend an “Initiatory” Weekend. Unpublished Master’s thesis, University of Maryland.

Carey, Maggie. (1996). Perspectives on the Men’s Movement. In McLean, Chris, Carey, Maggie and White, Cheryl. (eds). Men’s Ways of Being. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press (First Published 1992, Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No’s 3 & 4).

Christian, Harry. (1994). The Making of Anti-Sexist Men. London & New York: Routledge

Clatterbaugh, K. (1994). “Men and masculinity”: A guide to selected journals, magazines, and newsletters from the men's movements. Serials Review, 20(1), 25-30.

Clatterbaugh, Kenneth. (1989). Masculinist Perspectives. Changing Men: Issues in Gender, Sex and Politics, 20, Winter/Spring, pp. 4-6.

Clatterbaugh, Kenneth. (1994). Men and Masculinity: A Guide to Selected Journals, Magazines, and Newsletters From the Men’s Movements. Serials Review, 20(1).

Collier, Richard. (1996). Coming Together?: Post-Heterosexuality, Masculine Crisis and the New Men’s Movement. Feminist Legal Studies, 4(1), February, pp. 3-48.

Community Quarterly. (1998). Special Issue: The Men’s Movement, No. 46, June
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Cooper, M. (1991). A history of the men's movement. London: Achilles Heel.

Cornish, P. A. (1997). Understanding Pro-feminist Male Experiences: A Model of Personal Change and Social Transformation. Unpublished Doctoral dissertation, University of Saskatchewan.

Douglas, Peter. (1994). ‘New Men’ and the Tensions of Profeminism. Social Alternatives, 12(4), January

Dufresne, Martin. (1998). Masculinisme et criminalite sexiste. Recherches feministes, Vol. 11, NO. 2, pp. 125-137.

Dunn, P.H. (1998). Gender-Role Conflict, Sex Role Egalitarianism, Egalitarian Behavior, and Emotional Behavior Among Men Involved in Groups Seeking to Redefine Masculinity. Unpublished Master’s Thesis, Smith College School of Social Work.

Eden, Peter. (1993). Silent voices: A Socio-Historical Analysis of the Men’s Movement in New Zealand. Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand (unpublished)

Fee, Dwight. (1992). Masculinities, Identity and the Politics of Essentialism: A Social Constructionist Critique of the Men’s Movement. Feminism & Psychology, 2(2), June

Fidler, Megan. (1992). Taking It Like a Man. Broadsheet, Autumn (on the NZ Men’s Movement). Reprinted in XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 2(4), Summer 1992-93

Fox, John. (2004). How Men’s Movement Participants View Each Other. Journal of Men’s Studies, 12(2), Winter.

Funk, Rus Ervin. (1993). Stopping Rape: A Challenge for Men. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers

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Gremillion, H. (2011). Feminism and the mythopoetic men's movement: Some shared concepts of gender. Women's Studies Journal, 25(2), 43.

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Hearn, Jeff. (1993). The Politics of Essentialism and the Analysis of the ‘Men’s Movement(s)’. Feminism & Psychology, 3(3)

Heinrich, J. (2014). Searching for a masculine model: missteps made during three decades of the men's movement and why moderation is the key. The Journal of Men’s Studies, 22(3), 238-252.

Henriksen, Robyn G. (2000). Questioning Masculinity: The Whys and Hows of Resistance Amongst Radical Profeminist Men. Honours thesis, School of Social Inquiry, Faculty of Arts, Deakin University

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Katz, Alfred H. (2003-2004). Self-Help and Mutual Aid Groups as Factors in Prevention. International Journal of Self Help and Self Care, Volume 2, Number 1, pp. 5-20.

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Kimbrell, Andrew. (1995). The Masculine Mystique: The Politics of Masculinity. Ballantine Books.

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Kupers, Terry A. (1993). The Men’s Movement: Making the Personal Political. Chapter 9 in Revisioning Men’s Lives: Gender, Intimacy, and Power. New York & London: Guilford Press

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Liang, Zhanqing (梁展慶). (2009). Xianggang nanxing yundong: quefa zhichi nuxing zhuyi de guandian (Men’s Movement in Hong Kong: Lack of Feminist Standpoint). In Cujin xingbie pingdeng: nanxing canyu de yanjiu yu xingdong (Promoting Gender Equality: Research and Action on Men’s Participation). Beijing: Beijing Chubanshe.

Lyttleton, Ned. (1983-84). Men’s Liberation, Men Against Sexism and Major Dividing Lines. Resources for Feminist Research, 12(4), December/January .

Maddison, Sarah. (1999). Crossing Boundaries: Engaging with the men’s rights movement. Refractory Girl, No. 53, Spring, pp. 21-23.

Mark, Robert A., and Buddy Portugal. (1996). Victories of the Heart: The Inside Story of a Pioneer Men’s Group: How Men Help Each Other Change Their Lives. Element.

Marriot, Alan. (1988). The Prance of Men And a Process for Change. Christchurch: Hazard Press

McEachern, Charmaine. (1999). Comic Interventions: Passion and the Men’s Movement in the Situation Comedy, Home Improvement. Journal of Gender Studies, 8(1), March.

Meehan, Maurice. (1994). Reflections on the Men’s Movement. Irish Reporter, Special Issue: The Irish Male, No. 14.

Messner, Michael A. (1993). ‘Changing Men’ and Feminist Politics in the United States. Theory and Society, 22.

Meunier, Christine-Castelain. (1986). Research Notes on the Cultural Transformations of the Masculine. Social Science Information, 25(2), June (France).

Morton, J. L. (2000). Disciplining Men: Cultural Studies of the Men’s Movement. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.

Morton, Tom. (1997). Altered Mates: The Man Question. Sydney: Allen & Unwin

Mudge, Ben. (1997). Sexism & Stoicism: Theorising Profeminist Strategies. Honours Thesis, Women’s Studies Department, Faculty of Social Sciences, Flinders University of South Australia.

Mudge, Ben. (1998). Responding to the Australian ‘Men’s Movement’. Paper to Australian Women’s Studies Association Conference, Adelaide.

Nelson, J. J. (1998). Alternate Locations: Strategies and Concerns in the Canadian Pro-feminist Men’s Movement: National Library of Canada.

Pease, Bob. (1988). Men’s Groups: Contradictions, Limitations and Political Possibilities. Paper to Social Group Work Conference. Sydney

Pease, Bob. (1995). MASA: Men Against Sexual Assault. In Weeks, W. and Wilson, J. (eds). Issues Facing Australian Families. Melbourne: Longman.

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.

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.

Pfeil, Fred. (1995). White Guys: Studies in Postmodern Domination and Difference. London & New York: Verso

Pleck, Joseph H. (1983). Men’s Power With Women, Other Men, and Society: A Men’s Movement Analysis. In Richardson, Laurel and Taylor, Verta. (eds). Feminist Frontiers: Rethinking Sex, Gender, and Society, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company.

Reddin, Julie A., and Christopher C. Sonn. (2003). Masculinity, Social Support and Sense of Community: The Men’s Group Experience in Western Australia. Journal of Men’s Studies, 11(2), Winter.

Regan, Matthias. (1996). Leaping Into Wilderness: The Landscapes of the Men’s Movement. Bad Subjects, Issue No. 29, November

Rettew, Roslyn. (1973). 12 Steps to Non-Sexist Masculinity. Newark, Delaware: Janet Niland (29 pp. Booklet).

Rhode, Deborah L. (1997). Women’s Movements, Men’s Movements. Chapter 8 in Speaking of Sex: The Denial of Sex Equality. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Richter, T.L. (1994). A Descriptive Study of a Men’s Support Group. Unpublished masters thesis, University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Rickabaugh, Cheryl A. (1994). Just Who is This Guy, Anyway? Stereotypes of the Men’s Movement. Sex Roles, 30(5-6), March, pp. 459-470 .

Rowan, J. (2005). “Achilles Heel” and the anti-sexist men’s movement. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 3(1): 58-71.

Sawer, Marian. (2000). Women: Gender wars in the nineties. In Marian Simms and John Warhurst. (eds) Howard’s Agenda: The 1998 Australian Election. St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, pp. 149-158.

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Schein, L. (1977). Various Dangers With Men’s Consciousness Raising Groups. In Snodgrass, Jon. (ed.). A Book of Readings: For Men Against Sexism, Albion CA: Times Change Press

Schultz, G. A. (1995). The Therapeutic Men’s Movement: Healing the Wounds of Masculinity and Father-Son Relationships. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Illinois School of Professional Psychology.

Schwalbe, Michael. (1995). Mythopoetic Men’s Work as a Search for Communitas. In Kimmel, Michael and Messner, Michael. (eds). Men’s Lives, (3rd Ed.), Allyn & Bacon, pp. 507-19. (Also in Kimmel, Michael S. (ed.). (1995). The Politics of Manhood)

Schwalbe, Michael. (1996). The Mirrors in Men’s Faces. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 25(1), Apr, pp. 58-82.

Seidler, Victor J. (1989). Change. Chapter 5 in Rediscovering Masculinity: Reason, Language and Sexuality. London & New York: Routledge

Seidler, Victor J. (1991). Introduction: Identity, Politics and Experience, and Consciousness-Raising. In Recreating Sexual Politics: Men, Feminism and Politics. London & New York: Routledge

Seidler, Victor J. (ed.). (1991). The Achilles Heel Reader: Men, Sexual Politics and Socialism. London & New York: Routledge (especially Chapter 4, “‘Personally Speaking’: Experiencing a Men’s Group”)

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

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Smeaton, Brian. (1994). Men’s Groups: A Way to Tell Our Stories. Irish Reporter, Special Issue: The Irish Male, No. 14.

Snodgrass, Jon. (1977). A Critique of the Men’s Movement. Issues in Radical Therapy, No. 19, Spring

Snodgrass, Jon. (ed.). (1977). A Book of Readings: For Men Against Sexism. Albion CA: Times Change Press

Stoltenberg, John. (1989). The Profeminist Men’s Movement: New Connections, New Directions. Changing Men: Issues in Gender, Sex and Politics, 20, Winter/Spring.

Stoltenberg, John. (1990). Refusing to Be a Man: Essays on Sex and Justice. CA & Suffolk: Fontana/Collins (especially Preface and “Feminist Activism and Male Sexual Identity”)

Stoltenberg, John. (1993). The End of Manhood: A Book for Men of Conscience. New York: Dutton (Also available From Baker & Taylor Replica Books, 1998).

Strauss, Sylvia. (1982). ‘Traitors to the Masculine Cause’: The Men’s Campaigns for Women’s Rights. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press

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White, Michael. (1996). Men’s Culture, the Men’s Movement, and the Constitution of Men’s Lives. In McLean, Chris, Carey, Maggie and White, Cheryl. (eds). Men’s Ways of Being. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press (First Published 1992, Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No’s 3 & 4).

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