(i) Men, masculinities, alcohol and other drugs

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Bjeren, Gunilla. Drinking and Masculinity in Everyday Swedish Culture.

Groeschel, B. L., Wester, S. R., & Sedivy, S. K. (2010). Gender Role Conflict, Alcohol, and Help Seeking among College Men. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 11(2), 123.

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Iwamoto, D.K., A. Cheng, C.S. Lee, S. Takamatsu, and D. Gordon. (2011). ‘Man-ing’ up and getting drunk: the role of masculine norms, alcohol intoxication and alcohol-related problems among college men. Addictive Behaviors 36(9): 906-911.

Jenkins, Alan. (1997). Alcohol and Men’s Violence. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No’s 2 & 3, Special Issue: New Perspectives on ‘Addiction’

Johansson, T. (2015). Performing and Negotiating Masculinity through Drug-Use Practices. Soc. Sci., 4, 546-562.

Johansson, T. (2016). Gender, Fitness Doping and the Genetic Max: The Ambivalent Construction of Muscular Masculinities in an Online Community. Social Sciences. 5. 1-13.

Kaminer, D., and J. Dixon. (1995). The Reproduction of Masculinity: A Discourse Analysis of Men’s Drinking Talk. South African Journal of Psychology, 25(3), pp. 168-174.

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Kelly, P., Advocat, J., Harrison, L. & Hickey, C. (2011) Smashed! The Many Meanings of Intoxication and Drunkenness, Monash University Publishing, Melbourne

Klingemann, H., & Gomez, V. (2010). Masculinity Issues in Addiction Treatment in Swiss Inpatient Alcohol Programs: Bringing Men’s Treatment Needs Back to the Research Agenda. Journal of Men’s Health, 7(3), 211-220.

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Krupa, T., Henderson, L., Horgan, S., Dobson, K., Stuart, H., & Stewart, S. (2019). Engaging male post-secondary student leaders to apply a campus cultural and gender lens to reduce alcohol misuse: lessons learned. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 37(3), 115-126.

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Lyons, A. C., S. I. Dalton, and A. Hoy. (2006). ‘Hardcore Drinking’: Portrayals of Alcohol Consumption in Young Women’s and Men’s Magazines. J Health Psychol, 11(2): 223-232.

Meyer, A. (2010). “Too Drunk To Say No” Binge drinking, rape and the Daily Mail. Feminist media studies, 10(1), 19-34.

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Miller, P., Wells, S., Hobbs, R., Zinkiewicz, L., Curtis, A., & Graham, K. (2014). Alcohol, Masculinity, Honour and Male Barroom Aggression in an Australian Sample. Drug and Alcohol Review, 33(2), 136-143.

Miller, P., Zinkiewicz, L., Hayley, A., Sonderlund, A., Litherland, S., Medew-Ewen, T., . . Graham, K. (2016). Barroom Aggression among Australian Men: Associations with Heavy Episodic Drinking, Conformity to Masculine Norms, and Personal and Perceived Peer Approval of Barroom Aggression. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 77(3), 421-430.

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O’Brien, K. S., Forrest, W., Greenlees, I., Rhind, D., Jowett, S., Pinsky, I., . . Vergani, M. (2018). Alcohol Consumption, Masculinity, and Alcohol-Related Violence and Anti-Social Behaviour in Sportspeople. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 21(4), 335-341.

Penwarden, S. (2010). Re-Thinking the Kiwi Bloke: Young Men’s Stories of Resistance to Drinking Alcohol as a Way of Performing Masculinity. Explorations: an e-journal of narrative practice, 1, 43-56.

Peralta, R. L. (2007). College Alcohol Use and the Embodiment of Hegemonic Masculinity among European American Men. Sex Roles, 56(11-12): 741.

Peralta, R. L., Tuttle, L. A., & Steele, J. L. (2010). At the Intersection of Interpersonal Violence, Masculinity, and Alcohol Use: The Experiences of Heterosexual Male Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Violence. Violence Against Women, 16(4), 387-409.

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Roberts, S., Ralph, B., Elliott, K., Robards, B., Savic, M., Lindsay, J., O’Brien, K. and Lubman, D. I. (2019). Exploring men’s risky drinking cultures. Victorian Health Promotion Foundation, Melbourne, Australia.

Rowe, D., & Gilmour, C. (2009). Lubrication and Domination: Beer, Sport, Masculinity, and the Australian Gender Order. Sport, beer, and gender: Promotional culture and contemporary social life, 203-221.

Sønderlund, A. L., O’Brien, K., Kremer, P., Rowland, B., De Groot, F., Staiger, P., . . Miller, P. G. (2014). The Association between Sports Participation, Alcohol Use and Aggression and Violence: A Systematic Review. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 17(1), 2-7.

Tomsen, Stephen. (1997). A Top Night: Social Protest, Masculinity and the Culture of Drinking Violence. British Journal of Criminology, 37(1), Winter

Towns, A. J., Parker, C., & Chase, P. (2012). Constructions of Masculinity in Alcohol Advertising: Implications for the Prevention of Domestic Violence. Addiction Research & Theory, 20(5), 389-401.

Wells, S., Flynn, A., Tremblay, P. F., Dumas, T., Miller, P., & Graham, K. (2014). Linking Masculinity to Negative Drinking Consequences: The Mediating Roles of Heavy Episodic Drinking and Alcohol Expectancies. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 75(3), 510-519.

Wells, S., Graham, K., Tremblay, P. F., & Magyarody, N. (2011). Not Just the Booze Talking: Trait Aggression and Hypermasculinity Distinguish Perpetrators from Victims of Male Barroom Aggression. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 35(4), 613-620.

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Wheeler, J. D. (2018). The Effectiveness of Corrective Masculinity Gender Norms to Prevent Alcohol-Related Consequences Among Fraternity Members. Washington State University,

Willott, S., & Lyons, A. C. (2012). Consuming Male Identities: Masculinities, Gender Relations and Alcohol Consumption in Aotearoa New Zealand. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 22(4), 330-345.

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Wyllie, Alan J. and Casswell, Sally. (1991). A Qualitative Investigation of Young Men’s Drinking in New Zealand. Health Education Research: Theory & Practice, 6(1).