Male Studies

But Are the Kids Really All Right? Egalitarian Rhetoric, Legal Theory and Fathers. By Katherine Young and Paul Nathanson

January 28, 2013
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But Are the Kids Really All Right? Egalitarian Rhetoric, Legal Theory and Fathers. By Katherine Young and Paul Nathanson

The underlying but disguised premise of a widely acclaimed recent movie, The Kids Are All Right, is that children do not need fathers. Because fatherhood is the only remaining source of masculine identity, however, this premise damages not only childre...
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Moral Panic: Male Studies and the Spectre of Denial. By Robert Kenedy

January 28, 2013
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Moral Panic: Male Studies and the Spectre of Denial. By Robert Kenedy

The absence of male studies programs in Canada is both a result of and clear evidence that political correctness along with moral panic and gender feminism or third wave feminism have a grip on academe, creating an adversarial schism. Over the last thr...
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The Bold, Independent Woman Of Today and the “Good” Men and Boys in Her Life: A Sampling of Mainstream Media Representations. By Peter Allemano

January 28, 2013
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The Bold, Independent Woman Of Today and the “Good” Men and Boys in Her Life: A Sampling of Mainstream Media Representations. By Peter Allemano

For decades, there has been an abundance of negative portrayals of men and boys in mainstream media, but here and there, especially in recent years, ostensibly “positive” portrayals have also been presented of exemplary men and good little ...
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Towards an Integrated Perspective on Gender, Masculinity and Manhood by John Ashfield

January 28, 2013
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Towards an Integrated Perspective on Gender, Masculinity and Manhood by John Ashfield

For decades our understanding of gender, masculinity, and manhood has arguably been bedevilled by uninformative pseudo-academic gender ideology. Detached from biological reality, and crediting culture with almost autonomous causation, this ideology of ...
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Book review of Nigel Saul’s Chivalry in Medieval England by Dennis Gouws

August 1, 2012
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Book review of Nigel Saul’s Chivalry in Medieval England by Dennis Gouws

Chivalry has declined since it first dignified medieval men’s pursuit of excellence. On its inception in twelfth-century Europe, chivalry offered knights new opportunities for camaraderie, heroism, and comity in battle; moreover, it both occasion...
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Three book reviews of David Benatar’s The Second Sexism: Discrimination Against Men and Boys

August 1, 2012
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Three book reviews of David Benatar’s The Second Sexism: Discrimination Against Men and Boys

Miles Groth, J.P. Messina and Jonathan Badiali provide reviews of David Benatar's The Second Sexism: Discrimination Against Men and Boys in the 3rd edition of the New Male Studies journal. From New Male Studies: An International Journal - Vol. 1, Issue...
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Report on the Conference on Curricula for New Male Studies by K.C. Glover

August 1, 2012
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Report on the Conference on Curricula for New Male Studies by K.C. Glover

The University of South Australia will offer the first graduate courses and degree programs in male studies beginning in Fall 2014. The development of the curricula for these programs is described in this account of an international meeting of academic...
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EMALE Issue 112 (July 2012)

July 31, 2012
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EMALE Issue 112 (July 2012)

In this month's issue: Gamarada reconnecting men with spirit time to step back and think Current Men’s Health SERVICES Training Programs Effective Men’s Health Promotion Proposed Graduate Diploma in Male Studies men fare worse in educatio...
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Men’s Health Australia eNews, 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012
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Men’s Health Australia eNews, 30 July 2012

In this edition: New Men's Health Australia website launched! New email subscription system Proposed Graduate Diploma in Male Studies – your feedback sought Second Men's Health Australia Media Watch Report released. Source: Men's Health Au...
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Masters Degree in Family Studies

March 17, 2012
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Masters Degree in Family Studies

The Family Action Centre in conjunction with Interrelate Family Centres is developing a Masters Degree in Family Studies. They would like this program to assist you to meet your organisation's changing needs for qualified staff, and to be relevant and ...
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Sex discrimination at London School of Economics

November 13, 2011
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Tom Martin is making headlines around the world for bringing a £50,000 sex discrimination lawsuit against the prestigious London School of Economics (LSE), claiming its gender studies Masters programme he enrolled on consistently promotes biassed...
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Sex discrimination at London School of Economics (UK)

November 13, 2011
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Sex discrimination at London School of Economics (UK)

Tom Martin is making headlines around the world for bringing a £50,000 sex discrimination lawsuit against the prestigious London School of Economics (LSE), claiming its gender studies Masters programme he enrolled on consistently promotes biassed...
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Men’s Health Australia eNews, 10 June 2011

June 10, 2011
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In this edition: Men's Health Week, June 13 to 19, 2011 Government deception won’t reduce violence Male Studies Symposium Australia's first National Pain Week Quick links to recent stories and resources of interest Source: Men's Health Austr...
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