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Karten, Elan - - 2010
This study concerned the psychological and social characteristics of 117 men dissatisfied with their same-sex attraction who had pursued sexual orientation change efforts (SOCE). We specifically examined whether sexual identity, male identity, religiosity, marital status, and gender role conflict associated with affection between men were related to self-reports of change ...
Karp, David - - 2010
While several studies have examined the relationship between hegemonic masculinity and criminality, prior research has not explored correctional interventions that respond to the pernicious effects of hypermasculinity in prison. This article reports the findings of an exploratory, qualitative study of two related men's programs at prisons in Massachusetts and California. ...
Duncan, Duane - - 2010
The certainties that characterized modern intimate life, and supported a hegemonic male sexuality defined by action and virility, are less present in contemporary men's intimate lives. In-depth interviews with ten heterosexual and gay men were conducted to explore how they organize their sexual and relational lives in contemporary Australia. Participants ...
Lusher, Dean - - 2010
This paper examines Connell's social theory of gender in two secondary, schools. Using statistical models for social networks, relations of power, violence, liking and disliking are investigated with regard to students 'male dominance attitudes. While one school demonstrates support for local-level hypotheses articulated for Connell's theory, and thus for the ...
Galligan, Stephanie - - 2010
This study examines gender role conflict in adolescent and emerging adult males and how it affects their resilience, or their ability to "bounce back" from adverse circumstances. Specifically, the study investigated the effects of the different patterns of gender role conflict on male adolescent/emerging adult resilience. Results suggest a complex ...
Kaebnick, Gregory - - 2010
Lantos, John - - 2010
Lindemann, Hilde - - 2010
Gross, Michael - - 2010
"Medicalized" weapons--those that rely on advances in neuroscience, physiology, and pharmacology--offer the prospect of reducing casualties and protecting civilians. They could be especially useful in modern asymmetric wars in which conventional states are pitted against guerrilla or insurgent forces. But may physicians and other medical workers participate in their development?
Millum, Joseph - - 2010
The search for valuable new products from among the world's stock of natural biological resources is mostly carried out by people from wealthy countries, and mostly takes place in developing countries that lack the research capacity to profit from it. Surely, the indigenous people should receive some compensation from it. ...
Singh, Ilina - - 2010
Latham, Stephen - - 2010
Schneider, Carl - - 2010
Rosenbaum, Julie - - 2010
Luekens, Craig - - 2010
Kaebnick, Gregory - - 2010
Gusmano, Michael - - 2010
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