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Introduction. Pursuing Respectable Adulthood: Social Reproduction in Times of Uncertainty / Vered Amit and Noel Dyck
Part I. Just Trying To Fit In
1. ‘Shining’ in Public: Masculine Assertion and Anxiety in Globalizing Kerala / Ritty A. Lukose
2. There will be a lot of old young men going home”: Combat and Becoming a Man / Anne Irwin
3. Institutionalizing an Extended Youth Phase in Chinese Society: Social Class and Sex Differences in the Pursuit of the Personal and the Pragmatic / William Jankowiak, Robert Moore, and Tianshu Pan
Part II. Making Do in Changing Times
4. Young Men’s Struggles for Adulthood in Urban Ethiopia: Unemployment, Masculinity, and Migration / Daniel Mains
5. Gendered Modernities and Traditions: Masculinity and Nationalism in the Society Islands / Deborah A. Elliston
6. Good Hearts or Big Bellies: Dzmak’atsoba and Images of Masculinity in the Republic of Georgia / Martin Demant Frederiksen
7. Being ‘Made’ Through Conflict: Masculine Hardening in Northern Ireland / Rosellen Roche
8. Young Men, Trouble, and the Law: A French Case / Susan J. Terrio
9. Incarcerable Subjects: Working-Class Black and Latino Male Youth in Two California Cities / Victor M. Rios and Cesar Rodrigue
10. Managing Urban Disorder? ‘The Street’ and its Malcontents in the London Borough of Camden / Gary Armstrong and James Rosbrook-Thompson
11. Big Man System, Short Life Culture / Gillian Evans.

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The Rumble of Nostalgia: Francis Ford Coppola’s Vision of Boyhood / Molly Lewis
Thatcher’s Sons? 1980s Boyhood in British Cinema, 2005-2010 / Andy Pope
When Jackie Coogan Had His Hair Cut: Masculinity, Maturity, and the Movies in the 1920s / Peter W. Lee
"I Am Trying" to Perform Like an Ideal Boy: The Construction of Boyhood through Corporal Punishment and Educational Discipline in Taare Zameen Par / Natasha Anand
Back in Time Yet of His Time: Marty McFly as a 1980s Teenage Boy Role Model / Daniel Smith-Rowsey
Non-Transitional Adolescences in The City and the Pillar and Other Voices, Other Rooms / Chung-Hao Ku.

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Editors’ Welcome.
Has Anyone Seen the Boy? / Miles Groth.
BOY ? Linguistic Anthropological Notes / Diederik Janssen.
Picturing Boys: Found Photographs and the Transformation of Boyhood in 1950’s America / John Ibson.
Boys at Gender-Play Inside the Muscular Christian Ideal / Janet McDonald.
The Meaning of Difference: Young Gay Males’ Experiences at School / Murray Drummond.
Exhibition Brochure Essay: Will Boys Be Boys? Questioning Adolescent Masculinity in Contemporary Art / Shamin Momim.
Book Review: Naughty Boys: Anti-Social Behaviour, ADHD and the Role of Culture by Sami Timimi / Reviewed by Miles Groth.

Thymos: Journal of Boyhood Studies, 1(2), Summer 2007.
The Exquisite Corpse of Ganymede: A Cursory Overview of an Ancient Gender Studies Discourse / Andrew Calimach (117-137).
Paul Cazin, the “Manneken-Pis” and the Deification of Boyhood / Catherine Emerson (138-156).
The Changing Nature of Childhood and Boyhood: A Metabletic Study / Bertha Mook (157-178).
Boys Left Behind: Gender Role Changes in Alaska / Judith Kleinfeld and Maria Reyes (179-190).
Gender Role Conflict Scale for Adolescents: Correlates with Masculinity Ideology / Chris Blazina, Maribel A. Cordova, Stewart Piseccand Anna G. Settle (191-204).
The Penis-Care Information Gap: Preventing Improper Care of Intact Boys / Dan Bollinger (205-219).

Thymos: Journal of Boyhood Studies, 2(1), Spring 2008.
Democracy’s Children? Masculinities of Coloured Adolescents Awaiting Trial in Post-Apartheid Cape Town, South Africa / Adam Cooper and Don Foster.
Boyhood Melancholia and the Vocal Projection of Masculinity / Martin Ashley.
Evaluation of the Psychometric Properties of the Male Role Norms Inventory-Adolescent (MRNI-A) / Ronald F. Levant, Stephen T. Graef, K. Bryant Smalley, Christine Williams and Neil McMillan.
Paddling and the Repression of the Feminine in Male Hazing / Jay Mechling.
Not too Real: Young Men Find “The Real” in “Unreal” Media / Allison Butler.
Shakespeare’s “Boys” / Miles Groth.

Thymos: Journal of Boyhood Studies, 2(2), Fall 2008.
Boys, Boyhood and the Construction of Masculinity: Guest Editor’s Introduction / Heather Ellis.
The Question of Age in the Construction of Hellenistic Masculinities in Menander / Henrik Berg.
Patrick Pearse, Boyish Spirituality and Irish National Identity / Anne Markey.
Young Masculinity and “The Other”: Representations of Ideal Manliness in Twentieth-Century English Boys’ Annuals / Pauline Farley.
Virtual Heroes: Boys, Masculinity and Historical Memory in War Comics 1945 - 1995 / Alexander Clarkson.
All the Boys Are Straight: Heteronormativity in Contemporary Books on Fathering and Raising Boys / Damien W. Riggs.

Thymos: Journal of Boyhood Studies, 3(1), Spring 2009.
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Anakin Skywalker, Star Wars and the Trouble with Boys / Pamela Bettis and Brandon Sternod.
The Significance of the Body: The Construction of Masculinity among German Students / Jürgen Budde.
Presence in Relationship: A New Construct for Understanding Adolescent Friendships and Psychological Health / Judy Y. Chu and Niobe Way.
The Rite Journey: Rediscovering Rites of Passage for Boys / Andrew Lines and Graham Gallasch.
The Coming of Gender of Coming of Age / Diederik Janssen.

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