There is a small, but growing, literature on men and masculinities in indigenous or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander contexts and communities in Australia. We have gathered some of this literature here. This includes articles and reports on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males' health, indigenous men's involvement in violence prevention, sexual and reproductive health, and other issues. Additions are most welcome.
Also see the references listed here: http://www.xyonline.net/content/indigenous-aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-men.
- Adams, Mick. (2006). Working towards changing the negative image of ATSI males. Presentation to Victims of Crime Conference, Darwin.
- Dawes, Glenn. (2002). Figure Eights, Spin Outs and Power Slides: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth and the Culture of Joyriding. Journal of Youth Studies. Volume 5, Number 2/June 01, pp. 195-208.
- Family Wellbeing Empowerment Program for Young Aboriginal Men - Profile June 2016.pdf
- Fletcher, Richard. (2008). Researching Indigenous Fatherhood. Paper to Researching Indigenous Fatherhood in Australia Seminar, 30 October 2008, Newcastle: Family Action Centre, University of Newcastle.
- Hammill, Janet. (2001). The Culture of Masculinity in an Australian Indigenous Community. Development, Special Issue: Violence Against Women and the Culture of Masculinity, Vol. 44 No. 3.
- Hammond, Craig. (2008). Developing Images and Identifying Values Surrounding Fatherhood in Seven Indigenous Communities. Paper to Researching Indigenous Fatherhood in Australia Seminar, 30 October 2008, Newcastle: Family Action Centre, University of Newcastle.
- Healing Foundation with Adams M, Bani G, Blagg H, Bullman J, Higgins D, Hodges B, HovaneV, Martin-Pederson M, Porter A, Sarra G, Thorpe A, Wenitong M (2017). Towards an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander violence prevention framework for men and boys. Canberra: Healing Foundation and White Ribbon Australia.
- Healthy Male. (2013). Engaging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males. No. 46.
- Isaacs, A. N., Pepper, H., Pyett, P., Gruis, H. A., Waples‐Crowe, P., & Oakley‐Browne, M. A. (2011). ‘What you do is important but how you do it is more important’: Engaging Indigenous Men in Rural Mental Health Services Research. Qualitative Research Journal, 11(1): 51-61. DOI 10.3316/QRJ1101051
McCalman, J., Tsey, K., Wenitong, M., Whiteside, M., Haswell, M., Cadet-James, Y., & Wilson, A. (2006). A literature review for Indigenous men’s groups.
- McCoy, Brian. (2008). Holding Men. Paper to Researching Indigenous Fatherhood in Australia Seminar, 30 October 2008, Newcastle: Family Action Centre, University of Newcastle.
- Mounter, Meet the men determined to stop violence against Indigenous women, Nov 25 2016
- NSW Health, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Men's Health Plan 2015-2020.pdf
- Thomson N, Midford R, Debuyst O, MacRae A. (2010). Review of Indigenous male health. Australian Indigenous Health Bulletin, 10(4).
Wenitong, M. (2006). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander male health, wellbeing and leadership. Medical Journal of Australia, 185(8).
- Willis, J. (2003a). Heteronormativity and the deflection of male same–sex attraction among the Pitjantjatjara people of Australia’s Western desert. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 5(2), 137–151.
- Willis, J. (2003b). Condoms are for whitefellas: barriers to Pitjantjatjara men’s use of safe sex technologies. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 5(3), 203–217.