Note: Materials are in this category rather than “Important and Recent Works” above because they are less substantial, less important to the field, minor, obscure, out of date or I simply don’t know anything about them.
Abbott, Franklin. (ed.). (1987). New Men, New Minds: Breaking Male Tradition. California: Crossing Press
Abbott, Franklin. (ed.). (1990). Men and Intimacy: Personal Accounts Exploring the Dilemmas of Modern Male Sexuality. California: Crossing Press.
Adams, N. (1990). One View of Men. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No. 2.
Adas, M. (1989). Machines as the Measure of Men: Science, Technology, and Ideologies of Western Dominance. Ithaca, NY, Cornell University Press.
Agenda, Special Issue: The New Men?. No. 37.
Allen, Jessica. (1999). Quotable Men of the 20th Century. William Morrow & Company.
Ambrose, Stephen E. and Jon Friedman. (1999). Comrades: Brothers, Fathers, Heroes, Sons, Pals. Simon & Schuster.
Andrade, A. Rolando. (1992). Machismo: A Universal Malady. Journal of American Culture, 15(4), pp. 33-41.
Armengol, Josep M. (2006). Gendering Men: Theorizing Masculinities in American Culture and Literature. Dissertation, University of Barcelona.
Armon, Shifra (2015). Masculine Virtue in Early Modern Spain. Ashgate.
Ashfield, John. (2004). The Making of a Man: Recovering Masculinity and Manhood in the Light of Reason. Peacock Publications.
Ashfield, John. (2005). The Nature of Men: Elements of Masculine Psychology. Adelaide: Peackock Publications.
Astrachan, Anthony. (1986). How Men Feel: Their Response to Women’s Demands for Equality and Power. New York: Doubleday & Co
Astrachan, Anthony. (1990). Dividing Lines: Men’s Response to Women’s Demands for Equality and Power. In Ruth, Sheila. (ed.). Issues in Feminism: An Introduction to Women’s Studies. Mountain View, CA: Mayfield Publishing Company.
August, Eugene R. (1985). Men’s Studies: A Selected and Annotated Interdisciplinary Bibliography. Littleton Colorado: Libraries Unlimited.
August, Eugene R. (1994). The New Men’s Studies: A Selected and Annotated Interdisciplinary Bibliography. 2nd ed. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.
Bacchi, Carol. (2005). Affirmative action for men: ‘a test of common sense’? Just Policy, No. 36, June: 5-10.
Bannister, Matthew. (2005). Kiwi Blokes: Recontextualising White New Zealand Masculinities in a Global Setting. Genders, Issue 42.
Barbeau, C. (1982). Delivering the Male. Winston Press.
Baroff, A. (1991). Men Talk: How Men Really Feel About Women, Sex, Relationships and Themselves. New York: Dutton.
Barratt, Barnaby B. and Straus, Barrie Ruth. (1994). Toward Postmodern Masculinities. American Imago, Spring, 51(1).
Bednarik, Karl. (1981). The Male in Crisis. Greenwood (first published 1970, Germany).
Bell, Donald H. (1982). Being a Man: The Paradox of Masculinity. Orlando, FL: Lewis Publishing Co.
Belton, Don. (ed.). (1995?). Speak My Name: Black Men on Masculinity and the American Dream. Beacon Press.
Benemann, William. (2006). Male--Male Intimacy in Early America: Beyond Romantic Friendships. San Francisco: Harrington Park Press.
Berg, Lawrence D. (1994). Masculinity, Place and a Binary Discourse of ‘Theory’ and ‘Empirical Investigation’ in the Human Geography of Aotearoa/New Zealand. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 1(2)
Berg, Lawrence D., and Robyn Longhurst. (2003). Placing Masculinities and Geography. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 10(4), December, pp. 351-360.
Berggren, K. (2014). Sticky masculinity: Post-structuralism, phenomenology and subjectivity in critical studies on men. Men and Masculinities, 17(3), 231-252.Bergman, Charles. (1997). Orion’s Legacy: A Cultural History of Man as Hunter. Plume.
Berkowitz, Bob and Roger Gittines. (1990). What Men Won’t Tell You But Women Need To Know. Morrow, William & Co.
Berrett, J. (1997). Feeding the Organization Man: Diet and Masculinity in Postwar America. Journal of Social History, 30(4).
Bertels, Frank. (1981). The First Book on Male Liberation and Sex Equality. Brun Press.
Biggs, Patricia, and Martin S. Fiebert. (1984). A Factor-Analytic Study of American Male Attitudes. Journal of Psychology, 116, pp. 113-116
Blazina, Christopher and C. Edward Watkins. (2000). Separation/individuation, parental attachment, and male gender role conflict attitudes toward the feminine and the fragile masculine self. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 1(2), July.
Blazina, Christopher. (2001). Part objects, infantile fantasies, and intrapsychic boundaries: An object relations perspective on male difficulties with intimacy. Journal of Men’s Studies, 10(1), Fall.
Blazina, Christopher. (2004). Gender Role Conflict and the Disidentification Process: Two Case Studies on Fragile Masculine Self. Journal of Men’s Studies, 12(2), Winter.
Boellstorff, T. (2004). The emergence of political homophobia in Indonesia: Masculinity and national belonging. Ethnos, 69(4): 465-486.
Bonnie, J. D. (2006). The Traffic in Men and the Fatal Attraction of Postfeminist Masculinity. Women’s Studies in Communication, 29(1): 113.
Boscagli, Maurizia. (1992-93). A moving story: Masculine tears and the humanity of televised emotions. Discourse, 15(2), Winter, pp. 64-79.
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Brake, Mike. (1976). ‘I May Be Queer, But At Least I Am a Man’: Male Hegemony and Ascribed Versus Achieved Gender. In Barker, Diana L. and Allen, Sheila. (eds). Sexual Divisions and Society: Process and Change. London: Tavistock
Brandth, Berit, and Marit S. Haugen. (2005). Text, Body, and Tools: Changing Mediations of Rural Masculinity. Men and Masculinities, 8(2), October, pp. 148-163.
Brenton, Myron. (1966). The American Male. Fawcett.
Brickell, C. (2005). Masculinities, Performativity, and Subversion: A Sociological Reappraisal. Men and Masculinities, 8(1): 24-43.
Brittan, Arthur and Maynard, M. (1984). Sexism, Racism and Oppression. Basil Blackwell
Brittan, Arthur. (1989). Masculinity and Power. Oxford: Basil Blackwell
Bronner, Simon J., ed. (2005). Manly Traditions: The Folk Roots of American Masculinities. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Broude, Gwen J. (1990). Protest Masculinity: A Further Look at the Causes and the Concept. Ethos, 18(1).
Brown, Ian. (1994). Man Medium Rare: Sex, Guns, and Other Perversions of Masculinity. E. P. Dutton.
Browne, Josephine. (Spring 2019). Why the phrase "toxic masculinity" is an obstacle to change. Overland, issue 236.
Browne, Joy. (1999). It’s a Jungle Out There, Jane: Understanding the Male Animal. Crown Publ.
Brusco, Elizabeth E. (1995). The Reformation of Machismo: Evangelical Conversion and Gender in Columbia. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
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Burt, Ramsay. (1995). The Male Dancer: Bodies, Spectacle, Sexualities. London & New York: Routledge.
Byers, Thomas B. (1995). Terminating the Postmodern: Masculinity and Pomophobia. Modern Fiction Studies, 41(1), Spring
Cantano, James V. (1990). The Rhetoric of Masculinity: Origins, Institutions, and the Myths of the Self-Made Man. College English, 52(4).
Caraglio, M. (1997). The So-Called Masculine Lesbians: Masculinity as a Landscape. Nouvelles Questions Feministes, 18(1), pp. 57-75.
Castelain-Meunier, Christine. (1992). Hang On, Dads: Men Confront Their Wives and Their Children. Paris: Albin Michel.
Castro-Vazquez, Genaro. (2015). Male Circumcision in Japan. Palgrave Macmillan.
Cataldi, Sue. (1995). Reflections on Male Bashing. NWSA Journal, 7(2)
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Cazés, Daniel. (1995). 50 Años De Hiroshima y Nagasaki: Machismo En El Fin De La Guerra (50 years After Hiroshima and Nakasaki: Machismo at the End of the War). In La Jornada Semanal, México.
Cazés, Daniel. (1996). Masculinidades De Hoy: Realidad y alternativas (Masculinities Today: the Reality and Alternatives). In DobleJornada, México.
Chambers, Deborah. Contemporary Problems in the Study of Masculinities: Conference A Comparison Between Australia and Britain. Working Papers in Women’s Studies, No. 2. University of Western Sydney (Nepean).
Chapman, Anne. (1982). Feminist Men and the Male Role: Some Thoughts on the Seventh National Conference on Men and Masculinity. Women’s Studies Quarterly, Spring, 10(1).
Chevannes, B. (1999). What You Sow Is What You Reap: Problems in the construction of male misidentity in Jamaica. Kingston, Jamaica: Grace, Kennedy Foundation Lecture.
Chevannes, B. (2001). Learning to Be a Man. Kingston, Jamaica: UWI Press.
Chopra R., C. Dasgupta and M.K. Janeja. (2000). Understanding Masculinity. Economic & Political Weekly. 35(19):1607-1609, May 6.
Chopra, Radhika (ed.). (2007). Reframing Masculinities: Narrating the supportive practices of men. Hyderabad, India: Orient Longman.
Ciabattari, T. (2001). Changes in Men’s Conservative Gender Ideologies: Cohort and period influences. Gender & Society, 15(4), August, pp. 574-591.
Cohen, David. (1990). Being a Man. London: Routledge.
Cohen, Margaret. (1992). The Homme Fatal, the Phallic Father, and the New Man. Cultural Critique, Winter, No. 23.
Coles, T. (2008). Finding space in the field of masculinity: Lived experiences of men’s masculinities. Journal of Sociology, 44(3), 233-248.Coles, T. (2008). Finding space in the field of masculinity: Lived experiences of men’s masculinities. Journal of Sociology, 44(3): 233-248.
Coles, T. (2009). Negotiating the Field of Masculinity: The Production and Reproduction of Multiple Dominant Masculinities. Men and Masculinities, 12(1): 30-44.
Collier, Richard. (1996). Coming Together?: Post-Heterosexuality, Masculine Crisis and the New Men’s Movement. Feminist Legal Studies, 4(1), February, pp. 3-48.
Connell, R.W. (1996). Politics of changing men. Arena Journal, no. 6: 53-72.
Connell, R.W., Radican, Norm and Martin, Pip. (1987). The Changing Faces of Masculinity. Unpublished Paper, Macquarie University Sydney
Copes, H., and A. Hochstetler. (2003). Situational Construction of Masculinity among Male Street Thieves. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 32(3): 279-304.
Corrigan, Philip. (1990). Masculinity as Right: Some Thoughts on the Geneaology of ‘rational Violence’. In Corrigan Social Forms/Human Capacities: Essays in Authority and Difference. London & New York: Routledge
Coston, B., & Kimmel, M. (2012). Seeing privilege where it isn’t: Marginalized masculinities and the intersections of privilege. Journal of Social Issues, 68, 97–111. doi:10.1111/j.1540- 4560.2011.01738.x.
Craib, Ian. (1987). Masculinity and Male Dominance. Sociological Review, 35(4), November
Craig, Maxine Leeds. (2013). Sorry I Don’t Dance: Why Men Refuse to Move. Oxford University Press.
Dalbey, Gorden. (1989). Healing the Masculine Soul. Melbourne: Word.
David, Deborah S. and Brannon, Robert. (eds). (1976). The Forty-Nine Percent Majority: The Male Sex Role. Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley
Davis, Kathy. (1997). Was Will der Mann? Some Reflections on Theorizing Masculinity. Theory & Psychology. AUG 01 v 7 n 4.
Davis, T. (2002). Voices of gender role conflict: The social construction of college men’s identity. Journal of College Student Development, 43(4), 508–521.
Day, Kristen, Cheryl Stump and Daisy Carreon. (2003). Confrontation and loss of control: Masculinity and men’s fear in public space. Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 23, Issue 3, September, pp. 311-322.
De Angeles, Barbara. (1990). Secrets About Men Every Woman Should Know. Delacorte Press.
de Visser, R. (2009) “I’m not a very manly man”: Qualitative insights into young men’s masculine subjectivity. Men & Masculinities, 11, 367-371.
DeFranc, William, and James R. Mahalik. (2001). Masculine Gender Role Conflict and Stress in Relation to Parental Attachment and Separation. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 3(1), 51-60.
Deida, David. (1997). It’s a Guy Thing: An owner’s manual for women. Deerfield Beach, Florida: Health Communications Inc.
Deida, David. (1997). The Way of the Superior Man: A Man’s Guide to Mastering the Challenges of Women, Work, and Sexual Desire. Plexus.
Denby, Charles. (1979). Indignant Heart: A Black Worker’s Journal. Montreal: Black Rose.
Diamond, A. (2001). Rethinking Culture on the Streets - Agency, Masculinity, and style in the American city. [Review] Journal of Urban History. 27(5):669-685, July.
Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies. (1992). Special Issue: The Phallus Issue. Spring, Vol. 4 No. 1.
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Goux, Jean-Joseph. The Phallus: Masculine Identity and the Exchange of Woman.
Bernheimer, Charles. Penile Reference in Phallic Theory.
Digby, T. (2003). Male trouble: Are men victims of sexism? Social Theory and Practice, 29(2), 247-273. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.5840/soctheorpract200329212
Donahue, James J. (2015). Failed Frontiersmen: White Men and Myth in the Post-Sixties American Historical Romance. University of Virginia Press.
Donnelly, Felix. (1978). Big Boys Do Cry. Auckland: Cassell.
Doss, Brian D., and J. Roy Hopkins. (1998). The multicultural masculinity ideology scale: Validation from three cultural perspectives. Sex Roles, May, Vol. 38, Iss. 9/10.
Doyle, James A. (1989). The Male Experience. (2nd edition) Iowa: W.M.C. Brown.
Dubbert, Joe L. (1979). A Man’s Place: Masculinity in Transition. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Dulac, Germain. (1991). The Metamorphosis of the Masculine Gender. Recherches Sociographiques, 32(3), September-December (Quebec).
Easlea, Brian. (1983). Fathering the Unthinkable: Masculinity, Scientists and the Nuclear Arms Race. London: Pluto Press.
Easthope, Anthony. (1986). What a Man’s Gotta Do: The Masculine Myth in Popular Culture. London: Paladin.
Eberwein, Robert. (2007). Armed Forces: Masculinity and Sexuality in the American War Film. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
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Edwards, K. E., & Jones, S. R. (2009). Putting my face on: A grounded theory of college men’s gender identity development. Journal of College Student Development, 50(2), 210–228.
Ehrenreich, Barbara. (1983). The Hearts of Men: American Dreams and the Flight From Commitment. New York: Anchor Press/Doubleday
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Food and Foodways. (2005), 13, no. 1-2. Includes;
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Men, Meat, And Marriage: Models Of Masculinity / Sobal, Jeffery.
Cooking on Their Own: Cuisines of Manly Men / Wilk, Richard; Hintlian, Persephone.
Saving Milk Through Masculinity: Public Health Officers and Pure Milk, 1880-1930 / Block, Daniel.
‘Please Pass The Chicken Tits’: Rethinking Men And Cooking At An Urban Firehouse / Deutsch, Jonathan.
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Ford, K. A. (2011). Doing fake masculinity, being real men: present and future constructions of self among black college men. Symbolic Interaction, 34(1), 38-62.
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Franklin, Clyde. (1984). The Changing Definition of Masculinity. New York: Plenum Press.
Franklin, Clyde. (1988). Men and Society. Chicago: Nelson-Hall.
Franks, Helen. (1984). Goodbye Tarzan: Men After Feminism. London & Sydney: George Allen & Unwin
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Gilbert, James. (2005). Men in the Middle: Searching for Masculinity in the 1950s. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
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Green, Garland H. et. al. (1999). Guyrules: The Unspoken and Previously Unrecorded Rules that Govern Men’s Social Behavior. Andrews McMeel Publishing.
Green, Martin. (1993). The Adventurous Male: Chapters in the History of the White Male Mind. Pennsylvania State University Press.
Green, Robert-Jay. (1998). Traditional Norms of Masculinity. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, Vol 10(1), 81-83.
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Harris, C.T.B. (1994). EMasculation of the Unicorn: The Loss and Rebuilding of Masculinity in America, York Beach, Maine: Wicolas-Hays Inc.
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Harris, Ian. (1994). The Responses of African American Men to Dominant Norms of Masculinity Within the United States. Sex Roles, 31: 11/12, Dec.
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Hicks, Robert. (1997). Uneasy Manhood: Finding Balance in a Changing World. Fleming H. Revell Co.
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Ingham, Mary. (1984). Men: The Male Myth Exposed. London: Century Publishing.
Irish Reporter. (1994). Special Issue: The Irish Male, No. 14
Ja’nina, J., Broussard, D. A., & Garrett-Walker, W. L. (2019). Re-Imagining Masculinities: How Black Queer Feminism Can Liberate Black People from the Toxicity of Patriarchal Masculinity. Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships, 5(4), 69-98.
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Johnson, Corey W. (2005). ‘The first step is the two-step’: Hegemonic masculinity and dancing in a country-western gay bar. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Volume 18, Number 4, July-August pp. 445 – 464.
Johnson, M.H. (2001). Exploring masculinity with male medical students. Sexual & Relationship Therapy, May, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 165-171.
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Johnson, Mark. (1997). The Samson Complex: False Security, Real Strength. Harold Shaw.
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Keg, Florence. (1978). He: An Irreverent Look at the American Male. New York: Stein and Day.
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Engendering Health: A Social Constructionist Examination of Men’s Health Beliefs and Behaviors / Courtenay, Will H., pg. 4-15.
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Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 1(2), July 2000.
Ethnic Belonging and Traditional Masculinity Ideology Among African Americans, European Americans, and Latinos / Abreu, Jose M.; Goodyear, Rodney K.; Campos, Alvaro; Newcomb, Michael D., pg. 75-86.
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Male University Employees’ Experiences of Sexual Harassment-Related Behaviors / Gerrity, Deborah A.
Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 2(1), January 2001.
Reclaiming Kindergarten: Making Kindergarten Less Harmful to Boys / Leonard Sax.
Cultural Construction of Manhood in Prison / Jenny Phillips.
Examining Masculine Gender Role Conflict and Stress in Relation to Religious Orientation and Spiritual Well-Being / James R. Mahalik and Hugh D. Lagan.
Masculine Gender Role Stress and Intimate Abuse: Effects of Masculine Gender Relevance of Dating Situations and Female Threat on Men’s Attributions and Affective Responses / Joseph J. Franchina, Richard M. Eisler, and Todd M. Moore.
Men’s Attitudes Toward Race and Gender Equity: The Importance of Masculinity Ideology, Gender-Related Traits, and Reference Group Identity Dependence / Jay C. Wade and Chris Brittan-Powell.
Support for the Existence of an Independent Man-to-Child Affiliative Bond: Fatherhood as a Biocultural Invention / Wade C. Mackey.
Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 2(2), July 2001.
Psychological Effects of Partner Abuse Against Men: A Neglected Research Area / Denise A. Hines and Kathleen Malley-Morrison.
An Integrated Feminist/Cognitive-Behavioral and Psychodynamic Group Treatment Model for Men Who Abuse Their Partners / David M. Lawson, Thomas E. Dawson, Kevin M. Kieffer, Lissette M. Perez, Jana Burke, and Frederick J. Kier.
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Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 3(1), January 2002.
A negative state of mind: Patterns of depressive symptoms among men with high gender role conflict / Shepard, David S.
The relation of male gender role conflict and attitudes toward career counseling to interest in and preferences for different career counseling styles / Rochlen, Aaron B.; O’Brien, Karen M.
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Enhancing critical consciousness in young African American men: A psychoeducational approach / Watts, Roderick J.; Abdul-Adil, Jaleel K.; Pratt, Terrance.
Masculine gender role conflict and stress in relation to parental attachment and separation / DeFranc, William; Mahalik, James R.
Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 3(2), July 2002.
Developmental and Contextual Factors That Influence Gay Fathers’ Parental Competence: A Review of the Literature / Jorge C. Armesto.
Fathers’ Recognition of Their Newborns by Visual-Facial and Olfactory Cues / Alan P. Bader and Roger D. Phillips.
The Development of the Discourses About Fathers Inventory: Measuring Fathers’ Perceptions of Their Exposure to Discourses / Chris Brownson and Lucia Albino Gilbert.
The Role of Masculine Ideology and Masculine Gender Role Stress in Men’s Perpetration of Relationship Violence / Matthew Jakupcak, David Lisak, and Lizabeth Roemer.
Exploring the Lives of Asian American Men: Racial Identity, Male Role Norms, Gender Role Conflict, and Prejudicial Attitudes / William M. Liu.
Psychological Predictors of Sexual Harassment: Authoritarianism, Hostile Sexism, and Rape Myths / Joseph J. Begany and Michael A. Milburn.
Gender Role Conflict, Attitudes Toward Career Counseling, Career Decision-Making, and Perceptions of Career Counseling Advertising Brochures / Aaron B. Rochlen, Christopher Blazina, and Rajagopal Raghunathan.
Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 4(1), January 2003.
Development of the Conformity to Masculine Norms Inventory / Mahalik, James R.,5; Locke, Benjamin D.; Ludlow, Larry H.; Diemer, Matthew A.; Scott, Ryan P. J. Gottfried, Michael Freitas, Gary, pg. 3-25.
Masculinity Ideology Among Russian and U.S. Young Men and Women and Its Relationship to Unhealthy Lifestyle Habits Among Young Russian Men / Levant, Ronald F.,7; Richmond, Katherine; Sellers, Alfred; Cuthbert, Adele; Matveev, Alexander; Mitina, Olga; Sokolovsky, Matvey; Heesacker, Martin 6. pg. 26-36.
Explaining Heterosexual Men’s Attitudes Toward Women and Gay Men: The Theory of Exclusively Masculine Identity / Kilianski, Stephen E., pg. 37-56.
Three Dimensions of the Male Gender Role as Correlates of Alcohol and Cannabis Involvement in Young Australian Men / Monk, Debra; Ricciardelli, Lina A.,2, pg. 57-69.
Effects of Hypermasculinity on Physical Aggression Against Women / Parrott, Dominic J.; Zeichner, Amos, pg. 70-78.
Gender Role Conflict and Shame in College Men / Durham Thompkins, Christine; Rando, Robert A.
Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 4(2), July 2003.
A Multicultural Investigation of Masculinity Ideology and Alexithymia / Levant, Ronald F.,8; Richmond, Katherine; Sellers, Alfred; Majors, Richard G. Inclan, Jaime E. Rossello, Jeannette M. Heesacker, Martin Rowan, George T., pg. 91-99.
Macho Man: Narcissism, Homophobia, Agency, Communion, and Authoritarianism-A Comparative Study Among Israeli Bodybuilders and a Control Group / Rubinstein, Gidi, pg. 100-110.
Striving for Bodily Perfection? An Exploration of the Drive for Muscularity in Canadian Men / Morrison, Todd G.,4; Morrison, Melanie A.; Hopkins, Christine, pg. 111-120.
Interpersonal Behavior, Perception, and Affect in Status-Discrepant Dyads: Social Interaction of Gay and Heterosexual Men / Miller, Scott; Malloy, Thomas E., pg. 121-135.
Escaping Stereotypes: Educational Attitudes of Male Alumni of Single-Sex and Coed Schools / James, Abigail Norfleet; Richards, Herbert C., pg. 136-148.
Research Mentoring and Men in Clinical Psychology / Dohm, Faith-Anne; Cummings, Wendy, pg. 149-153.
Variables in Addition to Gender That Help to Explain Differences in Perceived Sexual Interest / Fisher, Terri D.; Walters, Andrew S., pg. 154-162.
Men’s Anger: A Phenomenological Exploration of Its Meaning in a Middle-Class Sample of American Men / Thomas, Sandra P.
Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 5(1), January 2004.
Construction and Preliminary Validation of the Auburn Differential Masculinity Inventory / Burk, Linnea R.; Burkhart, Barry R.; Sikorski, Jason F., pg. 4-17.
Measuring Male Body Image: A Review of the Current Methodology / Cafri, Guy; Thompson, J Kevin, pg. 18-29.
Muscle Mania: Development of a New Scale Examining the Drive for Muscularity in Canadian Males / Morrison, Todd G.; Morrison, Melanie A.; Hopkins, Christine; Rowan, E. Tyler, pg. 30-39.
Clothing and Embodiment: Men Managing Body Image and Appearance / Frith, Hannah; Gleeson, Kate, pg. 40-48.
Measuring the Drive for Muscularity: Factorial Validity of the Drive for Muscularity Scale in Men and Women / McCreary, Donald R.; Sasse, Doris K.; Saucier, Deborah M.; Dorsch, Kim D., pg. 49-58.
Personality Styles: Predictors of Masculine Gender Role Conflict in Male Prison Inmates / Schwartz, Jonathan P.; Buboltz, Walter C.; Seemann, Eric; Flye, Anita, pg. 59-64.
Relationship Between Gender Role Conflict and Attitudes Toward Women and African Americans / Robinson, Dianne T.; Schwartz, Jonathan P., pg. 65-71.
Male Gender Role Conflict, Sexual Harassment Tolerance, and the Efficacy of a Psychoeducative Training Program / Kearney, Lisa K.; Rochlen, Aaron B.; King, Eden B.
Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 5(2), July 2004.
Associations of Gender and Gender-Role Ideology With Behavioral and Attitudinal Features of Intimate Partner Aggression / Fitzpatrick, Marcia K.; Salgado, Dawn M.; Suvak, Michael K.; King, Lynda A.; King, Daniel W., pg. 91-102.
Effects of Masculine Gender-Relevant Task Instructions on Men’s Cardiovascular Reactivity and Mental Arithmetic Performance / Cosenzo, Keryl A.; Franchina, Joseph J.; Eisler, Richard M.; Krebs, Desiree, pg. 103-111.
Biceps and Body Image: The Relationship Between Muscularity and Self-Esteem, Depression, and Eating Disorder Symptoms / Olivardia, Roberto; Pope, Harrison G. Jr.; Borowiecki, John J. III; Cohane, Geoffrey H., pg. 112-120.
Authoritarian Hegemony, Dimensions of Masculinity, and Male Antigay Attitudes / Wilkinson, Wayne W., pg. 121-131.
Effects of Masculine Gender Role Stress on Men’s Cognitive, Affective, Physiological, and Aggressive Responses to Intimate Conflict Situations / Moore, Todd M.; Stuart, Gregory L., pg. 132-142.
Attachment Styles: Relationship to Masculine Gender Role Conflict in College Men / Schwartz, Jonathan P.; Waldo, Michael; Higgins, Anissa J., pg. 143-146.
Women’s Perceptions of Male Partners’ Gender Role Conflict as Predictors of Psychological Well-Being and Relationship Satisfaction / Rochlen, Aaron B.; Mahalik, James R., pg. 147-157.
Perceptions of the Sexual Harassment of Men / Stockdale, Margaret S.; Berry, Cynthia Gandolfo; Schneider, Robert W.; Cao, Feng., pg. 158-167.
Understanding Men’s Psychological Distress: Contributions of Problem-Solving Appraisal and Masculine Role Conflict / Good, Glenn E.; Heppner, P. Paul; DeBord, Kurt A. ; Fischer, Ann R., pg. 168-177.
Inoculating Against Prejudice: A Discursive Approach to Homophobia and Sexism in Adolescent Male Talk / Korobov, Neill, pg. 178-189.
Male Restrictive Emotionality and Evaluations of Online Versus Face-to-Face Counseling / Rochlen, Aaron B.; Land, Lee N.; Wong, Y. Joel.
Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 6(1), January 2005.
Effects of Sexual Prejudice and Anger on Physical Aggression Toward Gay and Heterosexual Men / Parrott, Dominic J.; Zeichner, Amos.
Popular Child-Rearing Books: Where Is Daddy? / Fleming, Linda M.; Tobin, David J.
Childhood Experiences and Psychosocial Influences on Risky Sexual Behavior, Condom Use, and HIV Attitudes-Behaviors Among Latino Males / Locke, Thomas F.; Newcomb, Michael D.; Goodyear, Rodney K.
An Adaptation of the Gender Role Conflict Scale for Adolescents: Psychometric Issues and Correlates With Psychological Distress / Blazina, Christopher; Pisecco, Stewart; O’Neil, James M.
A Review of the Literature on Masculinity and Partner Violence / Moore, Todd M.; Stuart, Gregory L.
Demystifying Men’s Emotional Behavior: New Directions and Implications for Counseling and Research / Wong, Y Joel; Rochlen, Aaron B.
Impact of Gender Role Conflict, Traditional Masculinity Ideology, Alexithymia, and Age on Men’s Attitudes Toward Psychological Help Seeking / Berger, Jill M.; Levant, Ronald; McMillan, Katharine Kaye; Kelleher, William; Sellers, Al.
Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 6(2), April 2005.
The Drive for Muscularity and Masculinity: Testing the Associations Among Gender-Role Traits, Behaviors, Attitudes, and Conflict / McCreary, Donald R.; Saucier, Deborah M.; Courtenay, Will H.
Measurement of Men’s Help Seeking: Development and Evaluation of the Barriers to Help Seeking Scale / Mansfield, Abigail K.; Addis, Michael E.; Courtenay, Will.
Gender-Role Conflict and Self-Esteem: Factors Associated With Partner Abuse in Court-Referred Men / Schwartz, Jonathan P.; Waldo, Michael; Daniel, David.
Being a Man About It: Manhood Meaning Among African American Men / Hammond, Wizdom Powell; Mattis, Jacqueline S.
Linking Gender-Role Conflict to Nonnormative and Self-Stigmatizing Perceptions of Alcohol Abuse and Depression / Magovcevic, Mariola; Addis, Michael E.
Real and Ideal Gender-Role Conflict: Exploring Psychological Distress Among Men / Liu, William Ming; Rochlen, Aaron; Mohr, Jonathan J.
Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 6(3), July 2005.
Male Gender Role Conflict and Patterns of Help Seeking in Costa Rica and the United States / Lane, Jennifer M.; Addis, Michael E.
Containing and Resisting Masculinity: Narratives of Renegotiation Among Resilient Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse / Kia-Keating, Maryam; Grossman, Frances K.; Sorsoli, Lynn; Epstein, Marina.
The Real Men. Real Depression Campaign: Overview, Theoretical Implications, and Research Considerations / Rochlen, Aaron B.; Whilde, Margaret R.; Hoyer, Wayne D.
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