Mass Media: Topics in Masculinity #15

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July 15, 2008

Op-ed column: A Wild West mentality
Schenectady Gazette - Schenectady,NY,USA
Poverty, masculinity, youth and violence are often interlinked. And if we, as a society, wish to prevent youth violence we need to think through the ..

Are Boys Falling Behind? School Leaders Consider Gender Gap in ...
Market Wire (press release) - USA
He also talked to administrators about the sometimes destructive spin-offs of the culture of masculinity in Canada, where the leading cause of injury among ...
Expert notes role of culture in school violence
Alton Telegraph - Alton,IL,USA
Maher put definitions and expectations of modern masculinity at the heart of the school violence debate in that mostly boys, primarily between the ages of ...
Can a Morehouse College Man be Openly Gay?
New England Blade - Boston,MA,USA
DL men deliberately segregate themselves from both black and white gay cultures as an alternative black masculinity that only wants to have sex and ...
Masculine, Feminine or Human?
Dissident Voice - Santa Rosa,CA,USA
by Robert Jensen / June 6th, 2008 In a guest lecture about masculinity to a college class, I ask the students to generate two lists that might help clarify ...
The Future of American Men (press release) - USA
The Above Average Joes were the most progressive segment in terms of their views on masculinity and their roles in the family. They are more likely than any ...
Author speaks about masculinity in the new millennium
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner - Fairbanks,AK,USA
The answer, he said, is largely the same across regional and social class spectrums but, he advocates, the reality of masculinityin the world is dynamic ...

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