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Larned, Jean - - 2010
Conlon, Steven - - 2010
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Rich, Marc - - 2010
Although scholars have argued that sexual assault is a growing crisis on college campuses, there are few studies that highlight the ways in which college men communicate their feelings about sexual assault education. This pilot study fills that void by highlighting college male students' voices. Using open-ended questions and thematic ...
Duan, Changming - - 2010
Male counseling psychology faculty (N = 83) were surveyed regarding their perceptions and experiences of an academic career and their efforts in navigating family and work roles. Results of this exploratory investigation showed that the majority (77%) of the participants had no regrets about their decision to pursue a career ...
Johnson, Michael, - - 2010
This paper offers the notion of the "ejaculation imperative" to describe the theoretical and pragmatic processes by which physiological ejaculation becomes intrinsically inseparable from discourses of time, sexual performance and social expectations. By applying theories about male bodies originated by Susan Bordo and Lenore Tiefer and while expanding on Judith ...
Crane-Seeber, Jesse - - 2010
This essay emerges from an ongoing mother-son dialogue about contemporary gender relations and their genesis in the history of patriarchy. In order to reframe patriarchy as a relational construct, rather than a simple group-based oppression, a performative notion of identities grounds the paper. It offers a critique of the body ...
Lesperance, Duane - - 2010
With the population older and healthier than in previous generations, it is anticipated that grandparents may be an important relationship for many children. Perhaps because grandmothers often have a more central role with their grandchildren, grandfathers are often overlooked by researchers. As such, we know little about what being a ...
Freedman, Paul - - 2010
Gerber, David - - 2010
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