(i) Important recent works

 

Abebe, K. Z., Jones, K. A., Culyba, A. J., Feliz, N. B., Anderson, H., Torres, I., . . . Cirba, B. (2018). Engendering Healthy Masculinities to Prevent Sexual Violence: Rationale for and Design of the Manhood 2.0 Trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 71, 18-32.

After, Y. & Davidson, A. (2006). Boys Leading Change – Masculinity and Gender Equality - Program Curriculum. Ramat-Gan: Israeli Women Network (Hebew).

Anderson, Kjerstin. (2008). Talking Violence, Constructing Identity: Young men in institutional care. Linkoping University, Sweden (PhD thesis).

Bandy, Tawana. (2012). What Works for Male Children and Adolescents: Lessons from Experimental Evaluations of Programs and Interventions. Washington DC: Child Trends.

Barker, Gary. (2000). Gender equitable boys in a gender inequitable world: Reflections from qualitative research and programme development in Rio de Janeiro. Sexual & Relationship Therapy, Volume 15, Number 3, August, pp. 263-282.

Barwick, Helena. (2004). Young Males: Strengths-based and male-focused approaches. Wellington, New Zealand: Ministry of Youth Development.

Biddulph, Max, and Simon Blake. (2001). Moving Goalposts: Setting a Training Agenda For Sexual Health Work With Boys and Young Men. London: Family Planning Association.

Brozo, William G. (2002). To Be a Boy, To Be a Reader: Engaging Teen and Preteen Boys in Active Literacy. Newark, Del.: International Reading Association.

Cameron, Margaret. (2000). Young men and violence prevention. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, No. 154, Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology

Chu, J. Y., & Gilligan, C. (2019). Boys’ Development in a New Era of APA Guidelines. Men and Masculinities, 22(5), 909-913.

Courtenay, Will H. (2000). Social work, counseling, and psychotherapeutic interventions with men and boys: A bibliography, 1980 to present. Men and Masculinities, 2(3), January.

Deschenes, M. (2016). Man Up! Helping Adolescent Boys Break Through Gender Role Conflict through Positive Masculinity. City University of Seattle.

Dragowski, E. A., & Scharrón-del Río, M. R. (2014). The Importance of Challenging Hegemonic Masculinity in Preventing School Violence. Paper presented at the School Psychology Forum.

EnGender Health. (2008). Engaging Men at the Community Level. New York & Rio De Janeiro: Acquire (Engender Health) and Promundo.

Family Violence Prevention Fund. (2003). Building Partnerships to End Men’s Violence – Papers and summaries from a 2003 online discussion. URL: http://endabuse.org/bpi/. Topics include;
(1) Building a Big Tent Approach to Working with Men;
(2) Innovation within Batterer Intervention Programs: Community based approaches to enhancing safety and accountability;
(3) Building Bridges between Responsible Fatherhood Programs and Programs working to End Men’s Violence;
(4) Young Men as Allies in Preventing Violence and Abuse: Building Effective Partnerships with Schools.

Family Violence Prevention Fund. (2004). Toolkit for Working with Men and Boys to Prevent Gender-Based Violence. San Francisco, CA: FVPF. URL: www.endabuse.org/toolkit.

Featherstone B., Robb M., Ruxton S., Ward M.R.M. (2015) Beyond Male Role Models: gender identities and work with young men. Milton Keynes: Open University. http://www.open.ac.uk/health-and-social-care/research/beyond-male-role-models/report (last accessed 08/11/15)

Flood, M. (2005). Boys, Young Men and Gender Equality. Presentation, United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, Panel: Future perspectives on the promotion of gender equality: Through the eyes of young women and men, New York, 9 March. [Copy available free from author upon request.]

Gilbert, Rob, and Pam Gilbert. (1998). Masculinity Goes to School. St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin.

Girard, F. (2003). “My Father Didn’t Think This Way”: Nigerian Boys Contemplate Gender Equality. Quality/Calidad/Qualite No. 14. New York, NY: Population Council and International Women’s Health Coalition.

Hartley-Brewer, Elizabeth. (2001). Raising Confident Boys: 100 Tips For Parents and Teachers. Cambridge, MA: Fisher Books.

Horne, Arthur M., and Mark S. Kiselica. (eds). (1999). Handbook of Counseling Boys and Adolescent Males: A Practitioner’s Guide. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications.
Contents.
Preface: For the Sake of Our Nation’s Sons / Kiselica, Mark S; Horne, Arthur M.
Pt. I. Developmental Considerations.
Pt. II. Cultural Considerations.
Pt. III. Special Populations.
1. Growing Up Male: The Development of Mature Masculinity / Jolliff, David; Horne, Arthur M.
2. A Cultural Critique of Current Practices of Male Adolescent Identity Formation / Spielberg, Warren.
3. Male Career Development in the Formative Years / Brown, Steve D.
4. Promoting Life Skills for Adolescent Males Through Sport / Hodge, Ken; Danish, Steven J.
5. Counseling African American Male Youth / Leonard, Shawn; Lee, Courtland C; Kiselica, Mark S.
6. Counseling Asian American Boys and Adolescent Males / Sue, David.
7. Hispanic American Boys and Adolescent Males / Arcaya, Jose.
8. Helping Native American Indian and Alaska Native Male Youth / Herring, Roger D.
9. Counseling Non-Hispanic White Boys / Powell, K. Lynn; Kiselica, Mark S; Cunningham, Allison.
10. Counseling Gay Adolescents / Barber, Jill; Mobley, Michael.
11. Counseling Teen Fathers / Kiselica, Mark S.
12. Abused Boys and Adolescents: Out of the Shadows / Cabe, Neil.
13. Treating Adolescent Sex Offenders / Jolliff, David; Newbauer, John Blanks, Bill.
14. Helping Mentally Retarded Boys and Their Families / Dean, James; Kiselica, Mark S.
15. Counseling Anxious Male Youth / Keat, Donald B.
16. Counseling Depressed Boys / Caldwell, Chris.
17. Counseling Boys With Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder / Tripp, Gail; Sutherland, Dougald M.
18. Bullies and Victims: A Theme of Boys and Adolescent Males / Newman, Dawn A; Horne, Arthur M.; Webster, Cynthia B.
19. Counseling the Juvenile Offender / Calhoun, Georgia B; Glaser, Brian A; Bartolomucci, Christi L.
20. Counseling Substance-Abusing Young Males / Page, Richard C.

Instituto Promundo. (2002). Working with Young Men Manual Series. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Instituto Promundo.

Jones, L. (2001). Trying to Break Bad Habits in Practice by Engaging with Poststructuralist Theories. Early Years: Journal of International Research and Development, Volume 21, Number 1, 1 January, pp. 25-32.

Karlsson, L., and R. Karkara. (2004). Working with Men and Boys to Promote Gender Equality and to End Violence Against Boys and Girls. Workshop report, March, Kathmandu, Nepal: International Save The Children Alliance.

Kato-Wallace, J., Barker, G., Garg, A., Feliz, N., Levack, A., Ports, K., & Miller, E. (2019). Adapting a Global Gender-Transformative Violence Prevention Program for the U.S. Community-Based Setting for Work with Young Men. Global Social Welfare, 6(2), 121-130. 10.1007/s40609-018-00135-y.

Kato-Wallace, J., Barker, G., Sharafi, L., Mora, L., Lauro, G. (2016). Adolescent Boys and Young Men: Engaging them as supporters of gender equality and health and understanding their vulnerabilities. Washington, D.C.: Promundo-US. New York City: UNFPA.

Keddie, A. (2000). Emerging Masculinities: ways of exploring dominant discourses within early primary peer groups. Critical Pedagogy Networker: a publication on critical social issues in education. 13(3), pp.1-8.

Keddie, A. (2002). Working with boys: the use of de Bono’s six thinking hats to explore and find alternatives to limited and restrictive understandings of masculinities. The Primary Educator, 3, pp. 10-15.

Keddie, A. (2002). Working with boys. Education Review, 5(9), pp. 55-56.

Keddie, A. (2004). Working with boys’ peer cultures: Productive pedagogies, productive boys. Curriculum Perspectives, 24 (1), pp. 20-29.

Keddie, A. (2005). A framework for best practice in boys’ education: Key requisite knowledges and productive pedagogies. Pedagogy, Culture and Society.

Keddie, A. (2006). Pedagogies and critical reflection: Key understandings for transformative gender justice. Gender and Education, Volume 18, Number 1, January, pp. 99-114.

Keddie, Amanda, and Martin Mills. (2007) Teaching Boys: Developing classroom practices that work. Allen and Unwin.
1. Gender justice and teaching boys.
2. Boys and productive pedagogies.
3. Jennifer: A fresh look at taken-for-granted ways of being.
4. Ross: Afflicting the comfortable and comforting the afflicted.
5. Rachel: Challenging power-driven’ notions of being male.
6. Monica: Schooling children for life beyond school.
7. Practices of persistence and hope.

Kiselica, M. S., Englar-Carlson, M., & Horne, A. M. (Eds.). (2011). Counseling troubled boys: A guidebook for professionals. Routledge.

Kiselica, M.S., and M. Englar-Carlson. (2010). Identifying, affirming and building upon male strengths: the Positive Psychology/Positive Masculinity model of psychotherapy with boys and men. Psychotherapy Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 47(3): 276-287.

Kiselica, Mark S. (2003). Transforming psychotherapy in order to succeed with adolescent boys: Male-friendly practices. Journal of Clinical Psychology, Volume 59, Issue 11, November, Pages: 1225-1236.

Klindera, K., Levack, A., Mehta, M., Ricardo, C., & Verani, F. (2008). Engaging boys and men in gender transformation: The group education manual. New York: The ACQUIRE Project (EngenderHealth and Promundo).

Kocet, Michael M. (ed.) (2014.). Counseling Gay Men, Adolescents, and Boys: A Strengths-Based Guide for Helping Professionals and Educators. Routledge.
Part 1: Understanding the Developmental Needs of Gay Men, Adolescents, and Boys. 1. Coming Out and Identity Development Needs in Gay Men, Adolescents, and Boys Joseph Manera and Denis Frank. 2. The Role of Friendships in the Lives of Gay Men, Adolescents, and Boys Michael M. Kocet. Part 2: Cultural Issues with Sexual Minority Men, Adolescents, and Boys. 3. Cultural Considerations: Helping Gay Men, Teens, and Boys Integrate a Racial and Sexual Identity Richmond Wynn, Joel Filmore, and Derrick A. Paladino. 4. Addressing Spirituality When Counseling Gay Boys, Adolescents, and Men Samuel Sanabria and Joffrey Suprina. Part 3: Developing Integral Partnerships in the Treatment of Gay Men, Adolescents, and Boys. 5. Assessment and Treatment of the Medical Needs of Gay Men, Adolescents and Boys James Leone, Elizabeth Mullin, and Shan Mohammed. 6. The Mental Health and Counseling Needs of Gay Men, Adolescents, and Boys Larry D. Burlew, Nichole Pulliam, and Kathleen Grant. 7. The Impact of Substance Abuse and Addiction in the Lives of Gay Men, Adolescents, and Boys Michael P. Chaney and Michael Brubaker. 8. Recognizing the Needs of Sexual Minority Boys and Adolescents in Schools Melissa M. Luke and Kristopher M. Goodrich. 9. The Role of Career & Leisure Needs in the Lives of Gay Men, Adolescents, and Boys Jane Goodman and Paul Battle. Part 4: Counseling Special Populations: Sexual and Gender Minority Boys, Adolescents, and Men. 10. Non-Gay Men and Boys: Working With Men, Teens, and Boys Who Identify as Bisexual Jason Patton, Jeff Lubsen, and Stacee Reicherzer. 11. Counseling in the Periphery of Queer Discourse: Transgender Children, Adolescence, Women, and Men Stacee Reicherzer, Andrew S. Garland-Forshee, and Jason Patton.

Lutze, Faith, and Cortney Bell. (2005). Boot Camp Prisons as Masculine Organizations: Rethinking Recidivism and Program Design. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 40, no. 3/4: 133-152.

Mahalik, J. R., Good, G. E., Tager, D., Levant, R. F., & Mackowiak, C. (2012). Developing a taxonomy of helpful and harmful practices for clinical work with boys and men. Journal of counseling psychology, 59(4), 591.

Marasco, V. M. (2018). Addressing Hegemonic Masculinity with Adolescent Boys within the Counseling Relationship. Journal of Child and Adolescent Counseling, 1-13.

Mills, Martin. (2001). Challenging Violence in Schools: An Issue of Masculinities. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press
Contents;
Introduction: Challenging violence in schools as an issue of masculinity.
1. Violence and the signifiers of masculinity.
2. The violencing of masculinity and the masculinization of violence.
3. Boyswork programs and the curriculum.
4. Implementing change: A question of pedagogy?.
5. Conclusion: Principles for action.

Pleasants, R. K. (2007). Teaching Young Men in Correctional Education: Issues and Interventions in Male Identity Development. Journal of Correctional Education, 58(3): 249.

Pollack, W. S. (2001). Real Boys Workbook: The Definitive Guide to Understanding and Interacting with Boys of All Ages. New York: Villard.

Pulerwitz J et al. (2006). Promoting more gender-equitable norms and behaviors among young men as an HIV/AIDS prevention strategy. Washington, DC, Population Council (http://www.popcouncil.org/pdfs/horizons/brgendernorms.pdf, accessed 2 April 2007).

Pulerwitz, J., G. Barker, and M. Segundo. (2004). Promoting Healthy Relationships and HIV/STI Prevention for Young Men: Positive Findings from an Intervention Study in Brazil. Horizons Research Update. Washington, DC: Population Council.

Sahni, Urvashi, Anshu Jain, and Anand Chitravanshi. (2019). What About Our Boys? Educating Boys for Gender Justice. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institute.

Salisbury, Jonathon, and David Jackson. (1996). Challenging Macho Values: Practical Ways of Working With Adolescent Boys. London: Falmer Press.

Srivastava, Alok. (2006). Masculinity for boys: Resource Guide for Peer Educators. New Delhi: UNESCO.

Tilling, Julia. (2013). Resilience and gender development for at-risk adolescent males: Psychosocial intervention program development. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). (2000). Reaching Young Men and Boys. Chapter 7 in Partnering: A New Approach to Sexual and Reproductive Health. Technical Paper No. 3, December. New York: UNFPA.

Vaughans, Kirkland C., and Warren Spielberg. (eds.) (2014). The Psychology of Black Boys and Adolescents. [2 volumes] ABC Clio.

Verma, Ravi K., Julie Pulerwitz, Vaishali Mahendra, Sujata Khandekar, Gary Barker, P. Fulpagare, and S.K. Singh. (2006). Challenging and changing gender attitudes among young men in Mumbai, India. Reproductive Health Matters, 14(28).