20. Men's Health

(Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood. 19th edition, 2008. Home URL: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/)

Note: Also see the section "Working with Men".

a) Introductions and overviews

Connell, R.W., T. Schofield, L. Walker, J.F. Wood, D.L. Butland, J. Fisher, and J. Bowyer. (1998). Men’s Health: A Research Agenda and Background Report. Canberra: Commonwealth Department of Health & Aged Care

Courtenay, Will H. (2000a). Constructions of Masculinity and Their Influence on Men’s Well-Being: A Theory of Gender and Health. Social Science & Medicine, May; 50(10): 1385-401.

Courtenay, Will H. (2000b). Engendering Health: A Social Constructionist Examination of Men’s Health Beliefs and Behaviors. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 1(1), January.

Courtenay, Will H. (2006). Constructions of masculinity and their influence on men’s well-being: A theory of gender and health. S. Whitehead (Ed.), Men and masculinities (pp. 386-416). Andover, United Kingdom: Routledge.

Doyal, Lesley. (2001). Sex, Gender, and Health: The Need for a New Approach. British Medical Journal. Vol. 323, 3 November

Lloyd, Trefor. (2002). Boys’ and Young Men’s Health: What works? London: Health Development Agency.

Lohan, Maria. (2007). How might we understand men’s health better? Integrating explanations from critical studies on men and inequalities in health. Social Science and Medicine, Volume 65, Issue 3, August.

Pease, Bob. (2002). Masculinity as a Health Hazard? The New Men’s Health. Chapter 9 in Men and Gender Relations. Melbourne: Tertiary Press.

Robertson, Steve. (2007). Understanding Men’s Health. McGraw-Hill.
The current context of men’s health and the role of masculinities.
Conceptualising health and well-being.
Embodied masculinities and health.
Men, relationships, emotions and health.
Men engaging with health care.
Some conclusions.

Rosenfeld, Dana, and Christopher A. Faircloth. (eds.). (2006). Medicalized Masculinities. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.Introduction Medicalized Masculinities: The Missing Link? – Dana Rosenfeld and Christopher A. Faircloth
1. The Viagra Blues: Embracing or Resisting the Viagra Body – Meika Loe.
2. Sex the Natural Way: The Marketing of Cialis and Levitra – Chris Wienke.
3. The Leaky Male Body: Forensics and the Construction of the Sexual Suspect – Lisa Jean Moore and Heidi Durkin.
4. Medicalizing the Aging Male Body: Andropause and Baldness – Julia E. Szymczak and Peter Conrad.
5. Dissecting Medicine: Gender Biases in the Discourses and Practices of Medical Anatomy – Alan Petersen and Sam Regan de Bere.
6. Making the Grade: The Gender Gap, ADHD, and the Medicalization of Boyhood – Nicky Hart with Noah Grand and Kevin Riley.
7. The Sexual Savage: Race Science and the Medicalization of Black Masculinity – Ann Marie Hickey.
8. Medicalizing Military Masculinity: Reconstructing the War Veteran in PTSD Therapy – Marisa M. Smith.

Sabo, Donald. (2000). Men’s Health Studies: Origins and Trends. Journal of American College Health. 49(3):133-142, Nov.

Sabo, Donald. (2005). The Study of Masculinities and Men’s Health: An Overview. In The Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Eds Michael Kimmel, Jeff Hearn, and R.W. Connell. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Sabo, Donald, and David F. Gordon. (eds.). (1995). Men’s Health and Illness: Gender, Power and the Body. London: Sage

Schofield T., R.W. Connell, L. Walker, J.F. Wood, and D.L. Butland. (2000). Understanding Men’s Health and Illness: A Gender-Relations Approach to Policy, Research, and Practice. Journal of American College Health, 48(6): 247-256, May.

White, Alan. (2007). Men’s health – What’s it all about? In David Conrad and Alan White. (eds). Men’s health: How to do it. Oxford & New York: Radcliffe.


b) Other general references

Note: Also see the extensive bibliography in Fletcher's (1995) work, which includes sections on suicide, prostate cancer, unemployment, drink driving, alcohol abuse, spinal cord and road injury, retirement, post-traumatic stress disorder, adolescent pain, testicular cancer, back pain, disability, domestic violence, hearing loss, impotence, circumcision, HIV/AIDS, sports injury, and hernias.

For references on men's involvement in family planning, see the section "Reproductive Issues and Technologies".

-. (1992/93). Men’s Health. Special feature in XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 2(4), Summer. (Five articles on various aspects of men’s health. XY magazine also included a regular column on men’s health).

-. (1995). Proceedings of the National Men’s Health Conference. Canberra: Department of Community Services and Health

Adams, M. (1998). Men’s health: A cultural perspective. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, v.22 no.3 May – Jun.

Adams, Mick. (2006). Raising the profile of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men’s health: an Indigenous man’s perspective. Australian Aboriginal Studies, No. 2: 68-74.

Addis, Michael E., and James R. Mahalik. (2003). Men, Masculinity, and the Contexts of Help Seeking. American Psychologist. 58(1), pp. 5-14, January.

Alexander, Brooke. (1992-93). Dilemmas of Care. (A prevention-oriented model for men’s health) XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 2(4), Summer.

Alexander, Susan M. (2003). Stylish Hard Bodies: Branded masculinity in Men’s Health magazine. Sociological Perspectives, 46(4), pp. 535-554.

Allen, D.G., and M. Whatley. (1986). Nursing and Men’s Health: Some Critical Considerations. Nursing Clinics of North America, 21(1), pp. 3-13.

American Journal of Men’s Health, 1(1), March 2007.
Physiology and Endocrinology of Hot Flashes in Prostate Cancer / Demetrius J. Porche.
Critical Review: Is Watchful Waiting a Viable Management Option for Older Men with Prostate Cancer? / Donald E. Bailey, Jr and Meredith Wallace.
Fear, Knowledge, and Efficacy Beliefs Differentially Predict the Frequency of Digital Rectal Examination Versus Prostate Specific Antigen Screening in Ethnically Diverse Samples of Older Men / Nathan S. Consedine, David Horton, Tracey Ungar, Andrew K. Joe, Paul Ramirez, and Luisa Borrell.
An Integrated Model of Gay Men’s Depressive Symptoms / Gordon Josephson and Valerie Whiffen.
Testicular Cancer Among African American College Men: Knowledge, Perceived Risk, and Perceptions of Cancer Fatalism / Barbara D. Powe, Louie Ross, Donoria Wilkerson, Patrice Brooks, and Dexter Cooper.

Anderson, Arnold. (ed). (1990). Males with Eating Disorders. New York: Bruner/Mazel.

Annandale, Ellen, and J. Clark. (1996). What is Gender? Feminist Theory and the Sociology of Human Reproduction. Sociology of Health & Illness, 18(1), pp. 17-44.

Annandale, Ellen, and Kate Hunt. (1990). Masculinity, Femininity and Sex: An Exploration of their Relative Contribution to Explaining Gender Differences in Health. Sociology of Health and Illness, 12(1), March.

Anson O. (1993). Gender Differences in Health Perceptions and their Predictors. Social Science and Medicine, 36(4), pp. 19-27.

Armstrong, Joe Michael. (2001). Men’s Health: A Common Sense Approach. Freedom, Calif.: Crossing Press.

Ausmed Publications. (1993). Men’s Health: The Forgotten Issue?. Melbourne: Ausmed Publications.

Australian Medical Association (AMA). (2005). Australian Medical Association position statement of men’s health. Released on 4th April. (accessed via http: //www.ama.com.au/web.nsf/doc/WEEN-6B56Y2/$file/ Mens_Health.pdf on the 19th May 2007).

Backhans, M., M. Lundberg, and A. Månsdotter. (2007). Does increased gender equity lead to a convergence of health outcomes for men and women? A study of Swedish municipalities. Social Science and Medicine, Volume 64, Issue 9, May.

Baffi, C.R. (1991). Gender Role Identity, Gender Role Stress and Health Behaviours: An Exploratory Study of Selected College Males. Health Values Achieving High Level Wellness, 15(1), pp. 9-18.

Bagnall, Diana. (1996). Beauty and the Beasts. The Bulletin, 29 October

Baker, Peter. (2001). The International Men’s Health Movement. British Medical Journal. Vol. 323, 3 November

Banks, I. (2001). No man’s land: men, illness, and the NHS. BMJ, 323(7320): 1058-1060.

Banks, I. (2004). New models for providing men with health care. Journal of Men’s Health & Gender, 1(2/3): 155-158.

Barbeau, C. (1982). The Failure of Success. Chapter 4 in Delivering the Male, Winston Press.

Barkley, T.W. Jr., and P.A. Kohler. (1992). Is Nursing’s Image a Deterrent to Recruiting Men Into the Profession? Male High School Students Respond. Nursing Forum, 27(2), April-June, pp. 9-14.

Baum, Frances, and Richard Cooke. (1986). Community Health Services for Men in the Southern Area of Adelaide: Rationale, Development and Evaluation. Adelaide: Southern Community Health Services Research Unit, Evaluation Series No. 3.

Baum, Frances. (1986). Men and Community Health Services: The Reluctant Users. In Linking Men’s services: A Conference on Men’s Issues and Services in South Australia, Conference Proceedings, Noarlunga Centre

Beckwith, J.B. (1992). Substance Abuse, Responsible Use, and Gender. Drugs in Society, No. 1, March.

Bentley, Michael. (2006). A primary health care approach to men’s health in community health settings: it’s just better practice. Australian Journal of Primary Health, v.12 no.1, Apr: 21-26.

Berger, Jill M., Ronald Levant, Katharine Kaye McMillan, and William Kelleher. (2005). Impact of Gender Role Conflict, Traditional Masculinity Ideology, Alexithymia, and Age on Men’s Attitudes Toward Psychological Help Seeking. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, Volume 6 Issue 1, January.

Berrett, J. (1997). Feeding the Organization Man: Diet and Masculinity in Postwar America. Journal of Social History, 30(4).

Bookwala, Jamila et.al. (1994). The Long-Term Effects of Military Service on Quality of Life: The Vietnam Experience. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 24(6).

Bradford, Nikki. (1995). Men’s Health Matters: The Complete A-Z of Men’s Health. London: Vermilion.

Brewer, Sarah. (1995). The Complete Book of Men’s Health. London & San Francisco: Thorsons.

Brooks, Gary R. (2001). Masculinity and Men’s Mental Health. Journal of American College Health. 49(6):285-297, May

Brooks, Gary R. (ed). (1992). Men’s Studies Review, Special Issue: Men & Mental Health. 9(2), Fall

Broom, A. (2005). The eMale: Prostate cancer, masculinity and online support as a challenge to medical expertise. Journal of Sociology, 41(1): 87-104.

Broom, Dorothy. (1989). Masculine Medicine, Feminine Illness: Gender and Health. In Sociology of Health and Illness: Australian Readings, South Melbourne, VIC: Macmillan.

Broom, Dorothy. (1994). Taken Down and Used Against Us: Litigating Against Women’s Health Services. In Waddell, Charles and Peterson, Alan. (eds.). Just Health: Inequality in Illness, Care and Prevention, Churchhill Livingstone.

Broom, Dorothy. (1995). Sexing the Diseased Heart. Healthsharing Women, October-November, pp. 8-11.

Brown, Sally. (2001). What Makes Men Talk About Health?. Journal of Gender Studies, Volume 10, Number 2, July, pp. 187-195.

Buchbinder, David. (1998). A well shaped man. In Health Matters: A sociology of illness, prevention and care. Eds Alan Petersen and Charles Waddell. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Burda, Philip C., Richard J. Tushup, and Patty S. Hackman. (1992). Masculinity and Social Support in Alcoholic Men. Journal of Men’s Studies, 1(2), November, pp. 187-193.

Burkitt, George. (1999). Strategies for Dealing with Men in General Practice. Australian Family Physician, v.28 no.8 Aug: 773-774.

Butler, Paul. (1996). Men’s Health Policy: Report on the Draft National Men’s Health Policy. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 2(1), February, pp. 9-11.

Campbell, H. (2000). The Glass Phallus: Pub(lic) Masculinity and drinking in Rural New Zealand. Rural Sociology. 65(4):562-581, Dec..

Canaan, Joyce E. (1996). ‘One Thing Leads to Another’: Drinking, Fighting and Working-Class Masculinities. In Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin. (ed.). Understanding Masculinities: Social Relations and Cultural Arenas. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press

Capraro, R.L. (2000). Why College Men Drink: Alcohol, Adventure, and the Paradox of Masculinity. Journal of American College Health, May, 48(6): 307-315.

Caulfield J. (2008). Men, masculinity and health - where men fear to tread. Aust Pharm, Jan; 27(1): 20-2, 24.

Chang, P.P., D.E. Ford, L.A. Meoni, N.Y. Wang, and M.J. Klag. (2002). Anger in young men and subsequent premature cardiovascular disease: the precursors study. Archives of Internal Medicine, Apr 22, Vol. 162, Iss. 8.

Charmaz, Kathy. (1994). Identity Dilemmas of Chronically Ill Men. Sociological Quarterly, 35(2). (Also in Sabo, Donald and Gordon, David F. (eds.). (1995). Men’s Health and Illness: Gender, Power and the Body. London: Sage.)

Cochran, Sam V., and Fredric E. Rabinowitz. (1999). Men and Depression: Clinical and Empirical Perspectives. Academic Press.

Coldwell, Ian (2007) New farming masculinities: ‘More than just shit-kickers’, we’re ‘switched-on’ farmers wanting to ‘balance lifestyle, sustainability and coin’. Journal of Sociology, March, Vol. 43, No. 1.

Connell, R.W., Schofield T., Walker L., Wood J., Butland D., Fisher J., Bowyer J. (1998). Men’s health: A research agenda and background report Canberra: Commonwealth Department of Health & Aged Care.

Conrad, David, and Alan White. (eds). (2007). Men’s health: How to do it. Oxford & New York: Radcliffe.

Cooper, Mick, and Peter Baker. (1996). Bodies: The Healthy Man. Chapter 6 in The MANual: The Complete Man’s Guide to Life. London: Thorsons

Couch, Murray. (1993). Friends with Your Testicles?. (Men’s health and men’s power) XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 3(1), Autumn.

Courtenay, W.H. (2003). Key determinants of the health and well-being of men and boys. International Journal of Men’s Health, 2(1), 1-30.

Courtenay, W.H. (2006). Rural men’s health: Situating men’s risk in the negotiation of masculinity. In H. Campbell, M. Mayerfeld-Bell & M. Finney (Eds.), Country boys: Masculinity and rural life (pp. 139-158). University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press.

Courtenay, Will H. (1997). A Window on College Men’s Health. American College Health Association Action, 36(4), 1, 5.

Courtenay, Will H. (1997). Focus on Men’s Health. Blue Shield of California Positive Personal Health, 4(2), 1.

Courtenay, Will H. (1998). Better to Die than Cry? A Longitudinal and Constructionist Study of Masculinity and the Health Risk Behavior of Young American Men. (Doctoral dissertation. University of California at Berkeley). Dissertation Abstracts International, 59(08A), 232 pp. (Publication number AAT 9902042)..

Courtenay, Will H. (1998). College Men’s Health: An Overview and a Call to Action. Journal of American College Health, May, 46(6), pp. 279-290.

Courtenay, Will H. (1998). Communication Strategies for Improving Men’s Health: The 6-Point HEALTH Plan. Wellness Management, 14(1), 1, 3-4.

Courtenay, Will H. (1998). Guidelines for the Treatment of Men. Nursing Spectrum, 7(6), 5.

Courtenay, Will H. (1998). Health Risk Inventory. A 60-Item Instrument for Measuring Health Risk.

Courtenay, Will H. (1998). The Men’s Health Handbook. Berkeley, CA: Men’s Health Consulting.

Courtenay, Will H. (1999). Situating Men’s Health in the Negotiation of Masculinities. The Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity Bulletin (The American Psychological Association), 4(2), 10-12.

Courtenay, Will H. (2000). Behavioral Factors Associated with Disease, Injury, and Death Among Men: Evidence and Implications for Prevention. Journal of Men’s Studies, Volume 9 Number 1, Fall, pp. 81-142

Courtenay, Will H. (2000). Teaming Up for the New Men’s Health Movement. Journal of Men’s Studies, 8(3), pp. 387-392.

Courtenay, Will H. (2001). College Men’s Health. In T.L. Davis, Men: On Campus (pp. 1-2). Washington, DC: American College Student Personnel Association.

Courtenay, Will H. (2001). Men’s Health in the U.S.A. Sex and Gender Matter - From Boys to Men: The Future of Men’s Health (pp. 15-17). Procedings of the First World Congress on Men’s Health. November 2-4, 2001, Vienna, Austria.

Courtenay, Will H. (2001). Men’s Health: Ethnicity Matters. Social Work Today, 1(8), 20-22.

Courtenay, Will H. (2001). Who are the ‘Men’ in ‘Men’s Health?’ The Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity Bulletin (The American Psychological Association), 6(3), 10-13.

Courtenay, Will H. (Guest Ed.) and Keeling, R.P. (ed.). (2000). Men’s Health: A Theme Issue [Special issue]. Journal of American College Health, 48(6).

Courtenay, Will H. (in Progress). Counseling Men in Health or Medical Settings. In G.E. Good and G. Brooks. (eds.). The New Handbook of Counseling and Psychotherapy Approaches for Men, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Courtenay, Will H. (in progress). Men’s Health: Best Practices for Working With Men. Temple University Press.

Courtenay, Will H. , and R.P. Keeling. (2000). Men, Gender, and Health: Toward an Interdisciplinary Approach. Journal of American College Health, 48(6), 1-4.

Courtenay, Will H., and Don Sabo. (2001). Preventive Health Strategies for Men in Prison. In Donald F. Sabo, Terry Allen Kupers and Willie James London. (eds.). Prison Masculinities. Temple University Press.

Courtenay, Will H., and R.P. Keeling. (in progress). Men’s Health: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Vanderbilt University Press.

Courtenay, Will H., Donald R. McCreary, and Joseph R. Merighi. (2002). Gender and ethnic differences in health beliefs and behaviors. Journal of Health Psychology, 7(3), pp. 219-231.

Crawshaw, P. (2007). Governing the healthy male citizen: Men, masculinity and popular health in Men’s Health magazine. Social Science & Medicine, 65(8): 1606-1618.

Curran, G., and T. Harris. (eds.). (year?). Selected Papers About Men’s Health: Proceedings from The First National Men’s Health Forum: Men’s Health Towards 2000, or Living as a Man in the 90s.

Cusack, Jason, Frank P. Deane, Coralie J. Wilson, and Joseph Ciarrochi. (2004). Who Influence Men to Go to Therapy? Reports from Men Attending Psychological Services. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 26, 3, Sept, pp. 271-283.

Dashe, Alfred M. (1997). The Men’s Health Sourcebook. Los Angeles, CA: RGA Publishing.

Davidson, Neil, and Trefor Lloyd. (eds.). (2001). Promoting Men’s Health: A Guide for Practitioners. London: Baillire Tindall.
1. Men and Health: The Context for Practice / Trefor Lloyd.
2. Inequalities in Men’s Health / Sian Griffiths.
3. Commissioning and Men: The Case of STDs / Lindsay Neil.
4. Men’s Health: What Should Health Promotion Units Do? / Alec Kendall.
5. The Development of Men’s Health in Australia / Richard Fletcher.
6. It Takes Two: A Contraceptive Campaign Aimed at Men / Lorraine Hoare; Joan Walsh.
7. Developing Resources / Paul Brown.
8. Psychosexual Therapy / Judi Keshet-Orr.
9. The New Men’s Media / Peter Baker.
10. Self-Help Groups / Phil Williams.
11. A Community Health Approach to Men’s Health / David Hart; Tony Mays.
12. Promoting Weight Loss in Men Aged 40-45: The Keeping It Up Campaign / David Wilkins.
13. Alive and Kicking: Using Sport to Improve Men’s Health / Maggie Robinson.
14. Primary Care / David Jewell.
15. Well Man Clinics / Christine Watson.
16. Addressing Skin Cancer Prevention With Outdoor Workers / Maya Twardzicki; Terri Roche.
17. Healthcare for Male Prisoners / Christina Evans.
18. Promoting Black Men’s Health / Mina J. Bhavsar.
19. Sex Education for Young Men / Mike Massaro.
20. Gay and Bisexual Men’s General Health / Graham Hart; Paul Flowers.
21. Testicular Cancer: No Laughing Matter? / Lesley Hamilton.
22. A Suicide Prevention Strategy for Young Men / Brian Mackenzie.
23. Guidelines for Practice / Neil Davidson.

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de Visser, R., and J. A. Smith. (2006). Mister In-between: A Case Study of Masculine Identity and Health-related Behaviour. J Health Psychol, 11(5): 685-695.

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Diedrich, Lisa L. (1998). Hysterical Men: Shell-Shock and the Destabilisation of Masculinity. In Shildrick, Margrit and Janet Price. (eds.). Vital Signs: Feminist Reconfigurations of the Biological Body. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

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Drummond, Murray. (1999). Life as a Male Anorexic. Australian Journal of Primary Health Interchange. Vol 5 No 2.

Drummond, Murray. (2002). Men, Body Image and Eating Disorders. International Journal of Men’s Health. 1(1), January.

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Fletcher, Richard. (1994). Men’s Health. Australian Community Health Association, Issues Paper No. 9. Sydney.
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Fletcher, Richard. (1995). An Introduction to the New Men’s Health. University of Newcastle: Men’s Health Project.

Fletcher, Richard. (1995). Tackling Men’s Health. Arena magazine, August-September, pp. 10-11.

Fletcher, Richard. (1996). Testosterone Poisoning or Terminal Neglect? The Men’s Health Issue. Parliamentary Research Service, Commonwealth of Australia.

Fletcher, Richard. (1997). Coping, Coming, Cutting, Consuming and Caring: An Ethic of Care for Males. Invited address to Second National Men’s Health Conference, Fremantle, WA, October

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Goeman, Ross. (1995). Which Men’s Health? Perpetuating Social Confusion and Championing the Male Cause. Druthers: Reordering Gender, 1(1), Winter (Gender Studies Collective, Monash University, Gippsland Campus)

Good, Glenn E., Laura H. Schopp, Doug Thomson, Stefani Hathaway, Tiffany Sanford-Martens, Micah O. Mazurek, and Laurie B. Mintz. (2006). Masculine Roles and Rehabilitation Outcomes Among Men Recovering from Serious Injuries. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 7(3), July.

Gough, B. (2006). Try to be healthy, but don’t forget your masculinity: Deconstructing men’s health discourse in the media. Social Science & Medicine, 63(9): 2476-2488.

Gough, B. (2007). ‘Real men don’t diet’: An analysis of contemporary newspaper representations of men, food and health. Social Science & Medicine, 64(2): 326-337.

Gough, B., and M. T. Conner. (2006). Barriers to healthy eating amongst men: A qualitative analysis. Social Science & Medicine, 62(2): 387-395.

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Graham, Hannah, and Rob White (2007) Young people, dangerous driving and car culture. Youth Studies Australia, September, Vol. 26, no. 3: 28-35.

Gray, R. E., M. Fitch, C. Phillips, M. Labrecque, and K. Fergus. (2000). Managing the Impact of Illness: The Experiences of Men with Prostate Cancer and their Spouses. J Health Psychol, 5(4): 531-548.

Gregory, A, Lowy M, Zwa N. (2006). Men’s health and well-being: Taking up the challenge in Australia. Medical Journal of Australia, 185(8): 411.

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Counting the cost of alienation and abuse in schools / Christopher Hickey.
Bacteria, bottles and buddies: Some issues for health educators working with young males / Lindsay Fitzclarence.
Working with same-sex attracted young peopole in schools in order to minimise harassment and to support sexual diversity / Michael Crowhurst.
Pathways to Manhood: The social and sexual ordering of young men’s lives / Michael Flood.
Young men, masculinity and health / Richard de Visser.
Sex Happens: An education program for senior AFL players / Lea Trafford and Kathy McNamee.
Boys’ health program / Kaye Mills.
Eating disorders in males? / Reinhild Robertson and John Doherty.

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International Journal of Men’s Health, 1(1), 2002.
A Global Perspective on the Field of Men’s Health / Courtenay, Will H. (pp. 1-13).
Men, body image, and eating disorders / Drummond, Murray J.N.
Promoting the testicular self-exam as a preventative health care strategy for men: Do diagrams make a difference? / Morman, Mark T.
Prostate cancer and erectile dysfunction: men’s experiences / Gray, Ross E.; Fitch, Margaret I.; Phillips, Catherine; Labrecque, Manon; Fergus, Karen D.; Klotz, Laurence.
Gender and age differences in the relationship between body mass index and perceived weight: exploring the paradox / McCreary, Donald R.
Can male-provided social support buffer the cardiovascular responsivity to stress in men? It depends on the nature of the support provided. / Craig, Francis W.; Deichert, Nathan T.
The challenges of prostate cancer: a major men’s health issue / Gotay, Carolyn Cook; Holup, Joan L.; Muraoka, Miles Y.
The influence of competition and lack of emotional expression in perpetuating steroid abuse and dependence among male weightlifters / Khorrami, Sam; Franklin, John T.
The relationship between masculinity ideology, condom attitudes, and condom use stage of change: a structural equation modeling approach / Noar, Seth M.; Morokoff, Patricia J.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 1(2), May 2002.
Body Image In Men: Self-Reported Thoughts, Feelings, and Behaviors in Response to Media Images / Helen J. Fawkner and Nancy E. McMurray.
Body Ideals in Young Samoan Men: A Comparison With Men in North America and Europe / Jed Lipinski and Harrison G. Pope, Jr.
Athletic Participation and the Health Risks of Adolescent Males: A National Study / Don Sabo, Kathleen E. Miller, Merrill J. Melnick, Michael P. Farrell, and Grace M. Barnes.
Gender Differences in High School Students’ Dieting Behavior and Their Correlates / Donald R. McCreary and Doris K. Sasse1.
Male Body Image Satisfaction and Its Relationship to Well-Being Using the Somatomorphic Matrix / Guy Cafri, Jaine Strauss, and J. Kevin Thompson.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 1(3), September 2002.
Binge Drinking in Adulthood: The Influence of Gender, Age, and Beverage Exclusivity / Donald R. McCreary.
Body Depilation in Males: A New Body Image Concern? / Michael Boroughs and J. Kevin Thompson.
Detecting Depression in Men: A Matter of Guesswork / Suzanne Brownhill, Kay Wilhelm, Lesley Barclay, and Gordon Parker.
Behavioral Factors Associated with Disease, Injury, and Death among Men: Evidence and Implications for Prevention / Will Courtenay.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 2(1), January 2003.
Key Determinants of the Health and Well-Being of Men and Boys / Will H. Courtenay.
Gender, Masculinity, and Reproduction: Anthropological Perspectives / Matthew R. Dudgeon and Marcia C.Inhorn.
“Men’s Bodies, Men’s Selves”: Men’s Health Self-Help Books and the Promotion of Health Care / Andrew Singleton.
Why Is Men’s Health and Well-Being Policy Not Implemented in Australia? / Peter Lumb.
Book Reviews
The Psychology of Men’s Health by Christina Lee and R. Glynn Owens / Eric S.Mankowski.
The Abuse of Men: Trauma Begets Trauma edited by Barbara Jo Brothers / Chris Huffine.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 2(2), May 2003.
“Why Won’t He Go to the Doctor?”: The Psychology of Men’s Help Seeking / Abigail K. Manfield, Michael E. Addis, and James R. Mahalik.
Some Reflections on the Social Interpretation of Male Participation in Reproductive Health Processes / Juan Guillermo Figueroa Perea.
Memory Self-Efficacy and Adaptation of Older Males to Memory Decline / Graham J. McDougall and Jeonghee Kang.
Determinants of Multi-Partner Behaviour of Male Patients with Sexually Transmitted Diseases in South Africa: Implications for Interventions / Anna Meyer-Weitz, Priscilla Reddy, H.W. Van den Borne, Gerjo Kok, and Jacques Pietersen.
Book Reviews.
The Whole Man Program: Reinvigorating Your Body, Mind, and Spirit after 40, by Jed Diamond / Robert S. Tan.
Men’s Health on the Internet, edited by M.S. Wood and J.M. Coggan / Ian Peate.
Prostate Tales: Men’s Experiences with Prostate Cancer, by Ross Gray / Lorna Butler.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 2(3), September 2003.
Can We Afford To Be Complacent? Hidden Threats in the Statement of Condom Use During the Last Sex Act / Sharful Islam Khan, M.A. Kamrul Hasan, Abbas Bhuiya, Nancy Hudson-Rodd, and Sherry Saggers.
Retired Men, Retired Bodies / Murray J.N. Drummond.
Macro and Micro Dynamics of Male Sexual Anxiety: Theory and Intervention / Andreas G. Philaretou and Katherine R. Allen.
Testicular Cancer Screening in a Primary Care Setting / Gurjeet S. Shokar, Carol A. Carlson, Brian Davis, and Navkiran K. Shokar.
Book Reviews.
A Poor Man’s Plight: Uncovering the Disparity in Men’s Health, by John A. Rich and Marguerite Ro. / Ellen Annandale.
Back to Great Sex, by Ridwan Shabsigh / Ian Banks.
Male Bodies: Health, Culture and Identity, by Jonathan Watson / Don Sabo.
Prison Masculinities, edited by Don Sabo, Terry A. Kupers, and Willie London / Nancy E. Stoller.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 3(1), Spring 2004.
Measuring Masculine Body Ideal Distress: Development of a Measure / Sara B. Kimmel and James R. Mahalik.
The Impact of Sex Work on the Lives of Gay and Bisexual Male Internet Escorts / Jude M. Uy, Jeffrey T. Parsons, David S. Bimbi, Juline A. Koken, and Perry N. Halkitis.
Masculinity, Body Image, and Sexual Behavior in HIV-Seropositive Gay Men: A Two-Phase Formative Behavioral Investigation Using the Internet / Perry N. Halkitis, Kelly A. Green, and Leo Wilton.
Anglo-Australian Masculinities and Trans Rectal Ultrasound Prostate Biopsy (TRUS-Bx): Connections and Collisions / John Oliffe.
Gender Differences in Reports of Self-Reliance for Diabetes Tasks in a Pediatric Sample / Abigail K. Mansfield, Michael E. Addis, Lori M.B. Laffel, and Barbara J. Anderson.
A Courtship After Marriage: Sexuality and Love in Mexican Transnational Families, by Jennifer S. Hirsch / Reviewed by Karen Seccombe.
The Life of Brian: Masculinities, Sexualities and Health in New Zealand, edited by Heather Worth, Anna Paris, and Louisa Allen / Reviewed by Michael Flood.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 3(2), Summer 2004;
Prostate Cancer and Masculinity in Australian Society: A Case of Stolen Identity? / Alex Broom (73-91).
Testicular Cancer: Passage through the Help-Seeking Process for a Cohort of U.K. Men (Part 1) / Oliver J. Mason and Kate Strauss (93-110).
Studying Help Seeking for Testicular Cancer: Some Lessons from the Literature (Part 2) / Oliver J. Mason and Kate Strauss (111-127).
Using Imagery to Predict Weightlifting Dependency in Men / K.J. Munroe-Chandler, Arvin J. Kim, and Kimberley L. Gammage (129-139).
Male Victims of Elder Abuse: Their Experiences and Needs by Jacki Pritchard / Reviewed by Jordan I. Kosberg (141-142).
That Black Men Might Live: My Fight against Prostate Cancer by Charles Williams and Vernon A. Williams / Reviewed by Isaac Powell (142-144).
Why Women Bury Men: The Longevity Gap in Canada by Barbara Murphy / Reviewed by Karon Foster (144-146)

International Journal of Men’s Health, 3(3), Fall 2004. Includes;
“Men and Sexual and Reproductive Health: The Social Revolution” / Gary Barker and Abhijit Das (147-153).
“Addressing Gender Issues with Men and Couples: Involving Men in Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in APROFE, Ecuador” / Bonnie L. Shepard (155-172).
“The Men as Partners Program in South Africa: Reaching Men to End Gender-Based Violence and Promote Sexual and Reproductive Health” / Dean Peacock and Andrew Levack (173-188).
“‘Seizing the Day’: Right Time, Right Place, and Right Message for Adolescent Male Reproductive Sexual Health: Lessons from the Meru of Eastern Province Kenya” / Elizabeth Grant, Angus Grant, Judith Brown, Evans Manuthu, Kenneth Micheni, and Jane Njeru (189-196).
Responding to Men’s Sexual Concerns: Research and Intervention in Slum Communities in Mumbai, India / Stephen L. Schensul, Ravi K. Verma, and Bonnie K. Nastasi (197-220).
“Peer Advocates for Health: A Community-Based Program to Improve Reproductive Health Knowledge and Lifestyle Choices among Adolescent Males” / Pat W. Mosena, Janice Ely, Joyce Ho, and Holly S. Ruch-Ross (221-240).
Vital Man: Natural Health Care for Men at Mid-Life by Stephan Harrod Buhner / Reviewed by Thomas A. Kruzel

International Journal of Men’s Health, 4(1), Spring 2005.
Body image satisfaction in Scottish men and its implications for promoting healthy behaviors / Kerri E. McPherson and Jane D. Turnbull.
Assessing potential barriers to exercise adoption in middle-aged men: over-stressed, under-controlled, or just too unwell? / Andy J. Towers, Ross A. Flett and Renee F. Seebeck.
Let’s hear it for the guys: California’s Male Involvement Program / Claire D. Brindis, Michelle Barenbaum, Hector Sanchez-Flores, Virginia McCarter and Robin Chand.
Psychosocial intervention with men / Gilles Tremblay and Pierre L’Heureux.
The classification of muscle dysmorphia / Denise Martello Maida and Sharon Lee Armstrong.
Standing in the Shadow: Understanding and Overcoming Depression in Black Men / Sean Joe.
The Irritable Male Syndrome: Managing the 4 Key Causes of Depression and Aggression / Geoffrey H. Cohane.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 4(2), Summer 2005.
Sending Men the Message about Preventive Care: An Evaluation of Communication Strategies / Denise J. Holland, Don W. Bradley, and Joseph M. Khoury (pp. 97-114).
Changes in Kanaka Maoli Men’s Roles and Health: Healing the Warrior Self / Bud Pomaika’i Cook, Kelley Withy, Lucia Tarallo-Jensen, and Shaun P. Berry (pp. 115-130).
Gender Identity Construction and Sexual Orientation in Sexually Abused Males / Gilles Tremblay and Pierre Turcotte (pp. 131-147).
Use of Internet Pornography and Men’s Well-Being / Andreas G. Philaretou, Ahmed Y. Mahfouz, and Katherine R. Allen (pp. 149-169).
The Coverage of Prostate Cancer and Impotence in Four Popular Men’s Magazines. (1991-2000) / William Hoon (pp. 171-185).
Burn Fat, Build Muscle: A Content Analysis of Men’s Health and Men’s Fitness / Magdala Peixoto Labre (pp. 187-200).
Book Reviews;
The Rise of Viagra. How the Little Blue Pill Changed Sex in America by Meika Loe. (200-201) / Reviewed by Paul J. Turek.
Resilient Widowers: Older Men Adjusting to a New Life by Alinde J. Moore and Dorothy C. Stratton. (203-204) / Reviewed by Terry Peak.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 4(3), Fall 2005.
An examination of legal and ethical issues surrounding male circumcision: the Canadian context / Suzanne Bouclin.
Deference, denial, and exclusion: men talk about contraception and unintended pregnancy / Scott D. Johnson and Lindy B. Williams.
Constructions of marginalised masculinities among young men who die through opiate use / Debbi Stanistreet.
The impact of gender role conflict on multidimensional social support in older men / Wade G. Hill and Rebecca J. Donatelle.
Suicidal ideation in older New Zealand males. (1991-2000) / Fiona M. Alpass and Stephen J. Neville.
Prostate Tales: men’s experiences with prostate cancer / Ross E. Gray.
Applications of masculinity theories in a chronic illness context / Lisa Gibbs.
Book Reviews;
The Perils of Masculinity: An Analysis of Male Sexual Anxiety, Sexual Addiction, and Relational Abuse by Andreas G. Philaretou / Reviewed by Matthew R. Dudgeon (301-302).
Aging Men’s Health: A Case-Based Approach by Robert S. Tan / Reviewed by Robert L. Rubinstein (303).

International Journal of Men’s Health, 5(1), Winter 2006.
Men’s Health in the 21st Century / Alan K. White (1-17).
“Become Big, and I’ll Give You Something to Eat”: Thoughts and Notes on Boyhood Sexual Health / Diederik F. Janssen (19-34).
Perceived Stigma and Life Satisfaction: Experiences of Urban African American Men Living with HIV/AIDS / Aaron G. Buseh, Sheryl T. Kelber, Jeanne B. Hewitt, Patricia E. Stevens and Chang Gi Park (35-51).
Gender Differences in Cancer Mortality Risk Perceptions and Screening Behaviors among Adults 40-60 Years of Age / Donald R. McCreary, Ross E. Gray and Sherry L. Grace (53-63).
Health-Promoting Behaviors in Men Age 45 and Above / Rita E. Arras, Roberta J. Ogletree and Kathleen J. Welshimer (65-79).
Anglo-Australian Male Blue-Collar Workers Discuss Gender and Health Issues / Michael Kolmet, Rodrigo Mariño and David Plummer (81-91).
Older Men and Sexual Function: Is BPH Treatment a High Stakes Decision? / Karen Kelly-Blake, Celia E. Wills, Margaret Holmes-Rovner, David Rovner, Janet Lillie, Chrystal Price and Vence Bonham.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 5(2), Summer 2006.
Male Voices on Body Image / Gina Bottamini and Diane M. Ste-Marie (109-132).
Conceiving Risk and Responsibility: A Qualitative Examination of Men’s Experiences of Unintended Pregnancy and Abortion / Jennifer A. Reich and Claire D. Brindis (133-152).
Community-Based Strategies to Improve the Health of Mexican American Men / Mary C. Sobralske (153-171).
Measurement Suitability of the Center for Epidemiological Studies—Depression Scale among Older Urban Black Men.
Focus on Black Men / Ashley S. Love and Robert J. Love (173-189).
Drug (Ab)use Research among Rural African American Males: An Integrated Literature Review / Emma J. Brown and Frances B. Smith (191-206).
Is Viagra Enough? Broadening the Conceptual Lens in Sex Therapy with (Heterosexual) Men: A Case Report / Gary R. Brooks and Ronald F. Levant.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 5(3), Fall 2006.
Our Bodies, Ourselves Revisited: Male Body Image and Psychological Well-Being / David Tager, Glenn E. Good and Julie Bauer Morrison (228-237).
Understanding Boys’ Bodies and Masculinity in Early Childhood / David Birbeck and Murray Drummond (238-250).
What about the Boys?: Addressing Issues of Masculinity within Male Anorexia Nervosa in a Feminist Therapeutic Environment / Catherine Soban (251-267).
Muscle-Mania: The Male Body Ideal in Professional Wrestling / Danielle M. Soulliere and James A. Blair (268-286).
What Makes the Man? Television Makeovers, Made-Over Masculinity, and Male Body Image / Brenda R. Weber.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 6(1), Spring 2007.
The Re-Emergence of Male Victims / Nicola Graham-Kevan (3-6).
The “Great Taboo” and the Role of Patriarchy in Husband and Wife Abuse / Malcolm J. George (7-21).
Effects of Sexual Assaults on Men: Physical, Mental and Sexual Consequences / Richard Tewksbury (22-35).
Toward a Gender-Inclusive Conception of Intimate Partner Violence Research and Theory: Part 1 - Traditional Perspectives / John Hamel (36-53).
Female Intimate Partner Violence and Developmental Trajectories of Abusive Females / Donald G. Dutton.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 6(2), Summer 2007.
Adolescent Male Reproductive Health: Awareness and Behavior among Peri-Urban and Rural Boys in West Bengal, India / Bhubon Mohan Das and Subha Ray (79-99).
To Contract Genital Warts—A Risk of Losing Love? Experiences of Swedish Men Living with Genital Warts / Kina Hammarlund, Ingela Lundgren and Maria Nyström (100-114).
The Grandfather-Grandson Relationship in Hong Kong / Zenobia C. Y. Chan (115-126).
Measuring Up in the Bedroom: Muscle, Thinness, and Men’s Sex Lives / Shaun M. Filiault (127-142).
Identifying Work as a Barrier to Men’s Access to Chronic Illness (Arthritis) Self-Management Programs / Lisa Gibbs (143-155).
Perceptions of Heterosexual African American Males’ High-Risk Sex Behaviors / Melva Thompson-Robinson, Mike Waver, Marya Shegog, Donna Richter, Stuart Usdan and Ruth Saunders.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 6(3), Fall 2007.
“Standing Out from the Herd”: Men Renegotiating Masculinity in Relation to Their Experience of Illness / Rosaleen O’Brien, Graham J. Hart and Kate Hunt (178-200).
Disappearing Floors and Second Chances: Men’s Journeys of Prostate Cancer / Brad Hagen, Ruth Grant-Kalischuk and James Sanders (201-223).
Prostate Cancer among Canadian Men: A Transcultural Representation / Margareth Santos Zanchetta, Marguerite Cognet, Spyridoula Xenocostas, David Aoki and Yves Talbot (224-258).
Sexual Orientation, Sense of Belonging and Depression in Australian Men / Suzanne McLaren, Belinda Jude and Angus J. McLachlan (259-272).
The Lonely College Male / David Knox, Karen Vail-Smith and Marty Zusman.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 7(1), Spring 2008.
What Makes Men Attend Early Detection Cancer Screenings? An Investigation into the Roles of Cues to Action / Uwe Matterne and Monika Sieverding (3-20).
Men’s Perceptions of Masculinities and Sexual Health Risks in Igboland, Nigeria / Clifford Odimegwu and Christian N. Okemgbo (21-39).
“It’s Because of the Invincibility Thing”: Young Men, Masculinity, and Testicular Cancer / Andrew Singleton (40-58).
The Muscular Male: A Comparison of the Physical Attractiveness Preferences of Gay and Heterosexual Men / Viren Swami and Martin J. Tovée (59-71).
Masculine Gender Role Stress and the Pursuit of Muscularity / Alexander J. Mussap (72-89).
Sense of Belonging to the General and Gay Communities as Predictors of Depression among Australian Gay Men / Suzanne McLaren, Belinda Jude and Angus J. McLachlan.

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Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 1(1), May 2004.
What about men’s health?
Women’s perspectives of men’s health and gender medicine / Donna Stewart.
Understanding the biology of sex and gender differences / Melvin Grumbach.
Men’s health on the European agenda / Wolfgang Rutz.
Family doctors welcome the Journal of Men’s Health and Gender / Michael Boland.
International cancer patterns in men: geographical and temporal variations in cancer risk and the role of gender / Freddie Bray and Wendy Atkin.
Prostate cancer in the ageing male / Mesut Remzi, M Waldert, Robert Djavan.
Coronary heart disease: is gender important? / George Fodor and Rayka Tzerovska.
Oral pharmacotherapy for erectile dysfunction: a personal view of experiences with three different drugs / Francesco Montorsi.
Ageing male syndrome, menopause, androgen decline or midlife crisis? / Roger Charlton.
Original articles
The state of men’s health in Western Europe / Alan White and Keith Cash.
Practicing Medicine
Osteoporosis: an introduction / Edith Lau.
Sexual Desire: an introduction / Alessandra Graziottin.
Effective physician-patient communication: an introduction / Alexander Kiss.
Tobacco dependency: an introduction / Michael Kunze, Ernst Groman, Ursula Kunze.
Human genetics and gender: an introduction / Markus Hengstschläger.
Masculine identities: quantitative evaluation of Germanic men’s perspectives on their masculine identity / Paul Zulehner.

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 1(2-3), September 2004.
ISMH’s collaboration with Wonca at the 17th World Conference of Family Doctors.
The health status of African-American men: improving our understanding of men’s health challenges / Jean J.E. Bonhomme.
Men’s health as a public health issue / Wanda K. Jones.
Men’s bladder health: where issues differ between the sexes / Nancy Muller.
New models for providing men with health care / Ian Banks.
The effects of fatherhood on the health of men: a review of the literature / Edward E. Bartlett.
Sex determination: insights from the human and animal models suggest that the mammalian Y chromosome is uniquely specialised for the male’s benefit / David Miller.
Transurethral microwave thermotherapy for treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia / Mattias Waldert, Bob Djavan.
A report on the demographic characteristics and the state of men’s health in Bulgaria / Vladimir Christov, Zdravko Kamenov, Maria Todorova, Ljubomir Ivanov, Fani Tzurakova.
Suicides of men in Austria: an epidemiological analysis over a 30-year period / Nestor D. Kapusta, Gernot Sonneck.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) health issues need to be included / Gordon Youngman.
Osteoporosis: assessment for diagnosis, evaluation and treatment / Leonard K.H. Koh.
Sexual arousal: similarities and differences between men and women / Alessandra Graziottin.
The aging man and woman: are the differences important? / John E. Morley.
Gender issues in heart disease for aging men / Robert S. Tan, Grant C. Fowler.
Counterfeit men: women who lived in male disguise / Virginia Bertolini.
The real gender-determining region is between the ears not between the legs?: Commentary on “Counterfeit men: women who lived in male disguise” / Markus Hengstchläger.
Do women want to be men?: Commentary on “Counterfeit men: women who lived in male disguise” / Clair M. Callan.
Erectile dysfunction: a model for men’s health.
Third Australian National Indigenous Male Health Convention and Fifth Australian National Men’s and Boy’s Health Conference Communiqué.
Philippine men’s health group underway.
Men’s health in Denmark.
Men’s Health Forum in Ireland.
Association for Men’s Health established in Bulgaria.
All gendered up.
A Supportive Husband.
“Men are cowards about health”: Interview with Sir Bobby Robson.
Prostate prose / Alan Moore.
Making health manly: social marketing and men’s health / Will Courtenay.

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 1(4), December 2004.
Gender medicine: time to think where we are going? / Siegfried Meryn.
Men’s health: the challenges ahead / Alan White.
Prostate-specific antigen (PSA): to test or not to test? An editorial comment / Bob Djavan, Yan Kit Fong.
Humanitarian assistance: where are the men? / Marion Birch.
Sex and gender differences in newborn infants: why are boys at increased risk? / Emma Elsmén, Mårten Steen, Lena Hellström-Westas.
Differences between men and women in sleep disordered breathing / Peter Y. Hahn, Bruce A. Staats.
Male androgenetic alopecia / Rodney D. Sinclair.
Erectile dysfunction following treatment of prostate cancer: new insights and therapeutic options / Laurence A. Levine.
Multiple sclerosis: a short review of the disease and its differences between men and women / Birgit Reipert.
The case for an all-female crew to Mars / William J. Rowe.
Factors affecting men’s help-seeking in the early detection of prostate cancer: implications for health promotion / Alan George, Paul Fleming.
Comment on Gender Quo Vadis: 21 the first female century? / Christopher Kilmartin.
Dominance and gender in the physician-patient interaction / Marianne Schmid Mast.
Introduction to men’s mental health / Arnold Robbins.
2005 National conference on men’s health.
The association of cancer online resources (ACOR).
Male Hypogonadism: Basic, Clinical and Therapeutic Principles. Stephen J. Winters, Humana Press / Yan Kit Fong.
Middlesex Jeffrey Eugenides, Paperback: pp. 544 Publisher: Picador / Alyson Hilbourne.
Men’s unique contribution to healthcare / Valerie J. Grant.
Emergence of women in healthcare leadership: transforming the impact of gender differences / Mitchell J. Neubert, Lynn D. Palmer.
Europa uomo: the european prostate cancer coalition.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): illusion, “American condition” or hidden handicap?
Men’s Health Network: Lobbying and State Liaison.
The men’s health network report on men’s week in the United States.
Centre for advancement of men’s health: MAN model of health promotion.
Writing accurately and readably for international audiences.
Meta-ethics and gender / David Misselbrook.
Testosterone and erectile dysfunction / Sidney Glina

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 2(1), March 2005.
Qualitative research, communication in sexual and men’s health and, who is the man’s doctor? / Siegfried Meryn.
Improving men’s health: a challenge for the practicing family doctor.
“Getting It Sorted”: identifying and implementing practical solutions to men’s health / David Wilkins.
The development of a men’s health center at an integrated academic health center / Alan Kendall Duncan, J. Taylor Hays.
Male circumcision: a review of the evidence / Hassan Hirji, Rodger Charlton, Siddharth Sarmah.
Men’s bladder health: urinary incontinence in the elderly (Part I) / Helmut Madersbacher, Stephan Madersbacher.
Male androgenetic alopecia (Part II) / Rodney D. Sinclair.
Andrology as the medical speciality to focus medical training on men’s health? / Tracy L. Rankin.
Attitudes of Pakistani men to domestic violence: a study from Karachi, Pakistan / Fariyal F. Fikree, Junaid A. Razzak, Jill Durocher.
Development of the self-efficacy for testicular self-examination scale / Lynn Rew, Graham McDougall, Louie Riesch, Colleen Parker.
Communication about erectile dysfunction among men with ED, partners of men with ED, and physicians: The Strike Up a Conversation Study (Part I) / William A. Fisher, Siegfried Meryn, Michael Sand, Ulrike Brandenburg, Jacque Buvat, Juan Mendive, Sandra Scott, Ann Tailor, Luiz Otavio Torres and The Strike Up a Conversation Study Team.
Diagnosis and investigation of men with erectile dysfunction / Omer Baldo, Ian Eardley.
Strategies in the oral pharmacotherapy of male erectile dysfunction viewed from bench and bedside (Part I) / Christian G. Stief, Stefan Ückert, Udo Jonas.
Depression in men: communication, diagnosis and therapy / Christopher Kilmartin.
Genetics of nicotine and tobacco dependency / Anil Batra.
The serendipitous meeting of three great ideas: The Cancer Manual, Haynes Publishing and The Plain English Campaign, Dr Ian Banks, The Cancer Manual, Haynes Publishing / Elise Langdon-Neuner.
Mass communication and social marketing strategies to improve men’s health / Peter D. Rumm.
The future of men’s health: trends and opportunities to watch in the age of the Internet / Alejandro R. Jadad, Siegfried Meryn.
Testim® Gel: a new formulation of testosterone.
Healthy Scottish men?
Out of Practice: A poisoned chalice? A research ethics view of the clinical trials directive.
Eutopia: Europe’s role in the world of tomorrow / Wolfgang Pekny.
Frequently asked questions about tadalafil for treating men with erectile dysfunction.

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 2(2), June 2005.
Editor-in-Chief Editorial: More evidence why sex and gender matter: aspirin and metabolic syndrome / Siegfried Meryn.
Gender differences in early detection of cancer / Ruth E.C. Evans, Hannah Brotherstone, Anne Miles and Jane Wardle.
Men’s bladder health: urinary incontinence in the elderly/Part II / Helmut Madersbacher, Stephan Madersbacher.
The metabolic syndrome: the whole is more than the sum of its parts / Colin Waine.
Eating disorders in men: update / T. Wetzlin, Nicollete E Weisensel, David Franczyk, Kevin Burnett, Christine Klitz.
Eating and dieting differences in men and women / Ingrid Kiefer, Theres Rathmanner, Michael Kunze.
The male body ideal: Perspectives of readers and non-readers of fitness magazines / Magdala Peixoto Labre.
Effects of regular hhysical exercise on serum Leptin and androgen concentrations in young women / Selahattin Kumru, Recep Ozmerdivenli, Suleyman Aydin, AbdullahYasar, Nermin Kilic and Cem Parmaksiz.
Gender-specific aspects of obesity / David Haslam.
Changes in sexual function after treatment of male cancer / Luca Incrocci.
Lifestyle and benign prostatic hyperplasia in older men: what do we know? / Sabine Rohrmann, Elizabeth A. Platz, Edward Giovannucci.
Men interviewing men about health and illness: Ten lessons to learn / John Oliffe, Lawrence MrÛz.
Editorial Comment: Men interviewing men about illness and health / Jean J. E. Bonhomme.

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 2(3), September 2005.
General practitioners in Europe: how to meet the future demands / Christina Fabian.
The urologist’s view: how and when should HRT be used for men? / Jeremy P.W. Heaton.
Unravelling the confusion about HRT in women / Margaret Rees.
The good, the bad, and the unknown of late onset hypogonadism: the urological perspective / Friedrich Jockenhövel, Joel M. Kaufman, Gerald H. Mickisch, Alvaro Morales, Christina Wang.
Venous thromboembolism in men and women / Paul A. Kyrle, Sabine Eichinger.
Communication about erectile dysfunction among men with ED, partners of men with ED, and physicians: the Strike Up a Conversation study (Part II) / William A. Fisher, Siegfried Meryn, Michael Sand and the Strike Up a Conversation Study Team.
Prevalence of low central bone mineral density in Bulgarian men: a pilot study / Mihail A. Boyanov, Vladimir G. Christov.
Strategies in the oral pharmacotherapy of male erectile dysfunction viewed from bench and bedside (Part II) / Christian G. Stief, Stefan Ückert, Udo Jonas.
Lifelong premature ejaculation: current debate on definition and treatment / Marcel D. Waldinger.
Gender differences in sexual motivation / Janice Hiller.
Antioxidants and the prevention of hormonally regulated cancer / Carmia Borek.
The Immortal Harlequin: The story of Adrian Stoop Ian Cooper, Tempus Publishing / Geoff Hall.
Handling risky knowledge: gender and scientific risk-taking / David A. Rier.
Promoting men’s health in Romania.
Hormones: his moans or her’s?
Men’s Health Care Needs Improvement: A Recommendation for a Mid-Life Men’s Health Assessment Visit.
Men’s health: a myth or a possibility? / Henrie M. Treadwell, Kisha Braithwaite.

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 2(4), December 2005.
Editorial: Men’s Health 2005: a small step for mankind / Siegfried Meryn.
Testosterone Replacement Therapy in the Aging Male / J. Buvat.
Prostate Cancer- Prevalence and Treatment in African Men / Chris F. Heyns, Angus T. Lecuona, Grant S. Trollip.
The ‘other half’ of breast cancer: A review of male breast cancer / Marcus WL Ying, Amit Agrawal, Kwok-Leung Cheung.
Identification of barriers to healthcare access for underserved men in Denver / Elizabeth M. Whitley, Benilda A. Samuels, Richard A. Wright, Rachel M. Everhart.
My sickness and me: men with cardiovascular disease and their perceptions of their illness and medication / Bertil Hagstrom, Bengt Mattsson, and Annika Skott.
The informed man: Attitudes and information needs on prostate cancer screening / Dragan Ilic, Gail P Risbridger, Sally Green.
To PSA or not to PSA / Keith Hopcroft.

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 3(1), March 2006;
More progress needed in men’s health and gender medicine / Siegfried Meryn.
State-of-the-art gender medicine / Anita Rieder.
Biopsychosocial aspects in understanding and treating depression in men: a clinical perspective / Arnold Robbins.
Gender-specific symptoms of depression and anger attacks / Dietmar Winkler, Edda Pjrek, Siegfried Kasper.
Premature ejaculation: defining sex in the absence of context / Martin J. Steggall, Anthony Pryce.
Per capita income is related to suicide rates in men but not in women / Leo Sher.
Risky business: explaining the gender gap in longevity / Susan P. Phillips.
Improvement of sexual function in partial testosterone-deficient ageing men treated with cream containing testosterone and vasoactive agents / Adel A. Gomaa, Hamed A. Hamed.
Ageing men’s understanding of nutrition: implications for health / Murray Drummond, James Smith.
Aerobic exercise and lipids and lipoproteins in men: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials / George A. Kelley and Kristi S. Kelley.
Debate: “Is it time for a large Trial of Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Older Men?”.
It’s time for a large, long-term study of testosterone supplementation in hypogonadal older men: a primary care view / Richard Sadovsky.
Should we begin a large clinical trial of testosterone in men? “Not yet” / John B. McKinlay.
Male psychiatry: the new orthopaedics / Keith Hopcroft.
Ethnography and Men’s Health Research / John Oliffe, Joan L. Bottorff.
Challenges for urology in Sub-Saharan Africa in 2006 / E. Oluwabunmi Olapade-Olaopa and Kayode A Onawola.

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 3(2), June 2006.
In search of the “seat” of the soul – and an increased open-mindedness in medical science / Siegfried Meryn.
Homeopathy: Fantasy or reality? / Michael Frass, Ernst Schuster, Ilse Muchitsch, Beatrix Wulkersdorfer, Helmut Friehs, Michael Muellner, Christian Endler, Menachem Oberbaum.
CAM for men’s health / Leo Auerbach.
Testicular neoplasms in the prepubertal male / David M. Hartke, Piyush K. Agarwal, Jeffrey S. Palmer.
Patterns of mortality across 44 countries among men and women aged 15–44 years / Alan White, Mike Holmes.
Are Chinese men less susceptible to anxiety and depression?: A community-based cross-sectional survey from Hong Kong / William C.W. Wong, Lee Wing-King, Bejamin Lau Shun Tung.
Male breast cancer: incompatible and incomparable / Pamela Naymark.
Is it time for a large trial on testosterone replacement therapy (TRT)? The “No” side from a urologist / Michael Marberger.
It is time for a large trial of testosterone therapy for older men / Jacques Buvat.
Handling risky knowledge: Gender and scientific risk-taking: A re-examination / Selwyn W. Becker.
Premature ejaculation: Defining sex in the absence of context / Marcel D. Waldinger, Dave H. Schweitzer.
Response to Waldinger et al. / M.J. Steggall, Anthony Pryce.
Psychological approaches to the treatment of rapid ejaculation / Stanley E. Althof.
The characteristics of late-onset hypogonadism, its prevalence, symptoms, and diagnosis / L. Gooren.
Power, Sex, Suicide. Mitochondria and the Meaning of Life Nick Lane, Oxford University Press / J.A. (Ton) Maassen.
Dying to be Men: Youth, Masculinity and Social Exclusion G.T. Barker, Routledge (2005). / Alan White.
RU right in the head?: The development and dissemination of educational resources addressing positive mental and emotional health issues for adolescent males in Northern Ireland.
Why men have no alternative.

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 3(3), September 2006.
Editor-in-Chief Editorial: Healthy men live longer / S Meryn.
African American males in the U.S. prison system: Impact on family and community /J Bonhomme; T Stephens; R Braithwaite.
Depression and Black Men: Implications for future research /DC Watkins, B Lee Green, BM Rivers, KL Rowell.
Sex and gender differences in pain: a selective review of biological and psychosocial factors / E Keogh.
Anomalies of the penis / D M Hartke, JS Palmer.
Trends of youth suicide in Europe during the 1980s and 1990s ñ Gender differences and implications for prevention / E Mittendorfer-Rutz.
The men’s health movement: A morbid symptom / M Fitzpatrick.
Original article
Depression, hormonal status and erectile dysfunction in the aging male: Results from a community study in Malaysia / WY Low, E-M Khoo, H-M Tan, F-L Hew, S-H Teoh.
Delayed surgical treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia: a subjective estimation of change in the operative risk profile.
D Mitropoulos, K Banias, D Kotsakou; K Lampadariou, K Tsinari; I Anastasiou, A Zervas.
Gender, obesity, alcohol use, hyperlipidemia, hypertension and decline of renal endothelial barriers / R-M Korth.
Letter to the Editor
Attitudes towards men’s use of health services in Northern Ireland / P Devine.
Educational Series
The role of testosterone in erectile function and dysfunction / L. Gooren.

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 3(4), December 2006.
Why a theme issue on Sexual Health / Siegfried Meryn.
5th Biennial World Congress on Men’s Health & Gender.
Erectile dysfunction: where are we going? / Ian Eardley.
The aging woman / Alessandra Graziottin.
Men’s health and gender medicine: scientific impact or societal impact? / Manfred Maier.
Web 2.0: Could it help move the health system into the 21st century? / Amol Deshpande, Alejandro R. Jadad.
Erectile dysfunction and the heart–what’s new? / Graham Jackson/
Non-responders to phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors: is there a second chance? / Konstantinos Hatzimouratidis.
Optimising clinical interventions for sexual difficulties within a relationship / Kevan R. Wylie.
Intramuscular testosterone undecanoate for the treatment of male hypogonadism–review of recent data / Markus Schubert, Michael Zitzmann, Aksam Yassin.
Technical innovations in prostate biopsy / Sibylle Marihart, Martina Porsova, Bob Djavan.
Testicular self-examination: change in rates of practice in European university students, from 13 countries, over a 10-year period / Ruth E.C. Evans, Andrew Steptoe, Jane Wardle.
Sense of coherence and vocational rehabilitation of persons with chronic musculoskeletal disorders–gender aspects / Per-Olof Kaiser, Bengt Mattsson, Staffan Marklund, Anders Wimo.
Features of members of a prostate cancer patients’ association / Bert Voerman, Maarten Fischer, Adriaan Visser, Bert Garssen, George van Andel, Jozien Bensing.
The need for a revival of psychoanalytic investigations into premature ejaculation / Marcel D. Waldinger.
Complementary and alternative medicine in the treatment of prostate cancer / Leo Auerbach.
Risks of androgen therapy / L. Gooren.
Healia, a search engine for finding high quality and personalized health information.
The Health of Men & Women Sarah Payne, 2000. Cambridge Polity Press / Alan White.
Haynes Brain Manual. The step-by-step guide for men to achieving and maintaining mental well-being Ian Banks, Haynes Publishing / Svend Aage Madsen.
Male sexual health: a case of premature medicalisation?

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 4(1), March 2007.
More attention for men’s health / Siegfried Meryn.
Men’s health in China / Yinghao Sun, Zhiyong Liu.
Depression and sexual dysfunction / Uwe Hartmann.
Paternal depression in the postnatal period assessed with traditional and male depression scales / Svend Aage Madsen, Tina Juhl.
Actual change in anxiety and depression among Australian men with prostate cancer / Christopher F. Sharpley, David R.H. Christie.
Hepatitis vaccination of men-who-have-sex-with-men by taking the vaccine into the community / Ron Griffin, Tiffany Wilkinson, Gerald L. Hoff.
Experiences of men with breast cancer: a qualitative study.
Edith Pituskin, Beverly Williams, Heather-Jane Au, Kristine Martin-McDonald / Prevalence and correlates of domestic violence by husbands against wives in Bangladesh: evidence from a national survey / Khandoker Aklimunnessa, M.M.H. Khan, M. Kabir, Mitsuru Mori.Erectile dysfunction in diabetic men is linked more to microangiopathic complications and neuropathy than to macroangiopathic disturbances / Zdravko A. Kamenov, Vladimir G. Christov, Tsanka M. Yankova.
Demographic profile of inhalant, amphetamine, ecstasy, and heroin use among prerelease male inmates in Georgia / Torrance T. Stephens, Ngozi Ogbuawa, Ronald Braithwaite.The introduction of vaginal microbicides must also target men / Robert J. Smith?, Shoshana Magnet.
Of mice and men: pathophysiology of male osteoporosis / Janina Patsch, Christian Muschitz, Heinrich Resch, Peter Pietschmann.
Androgens, visceral obesity and the risks for cardiovascular disease and diabetes mellitus / Louis Gooren.
Promoting Good European Fatherhood on the Web.
Mens Health: a PR exercise.

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 4(2), June 2007.
Tackling racial and gender disparities / Siegfried Meryn.
Men’s health compared with women’s health in the 21st century USA / David Charles Dodson.
Men’s health: impact on women, children and society / Jean J. Bonhomme.
Not an equal opportunity disease – a sex and gender-based review of colorectal cancer in men and women: Part I / Sarah Payne.
Bringing to light the health needs of African-American men: the Overtown Men’s Health Study / April M.W. Young, Leda M. Perez, Mary E. Northridge, Rubiahna L. Vaughn, Kisha Braithwaite, Henrie M. Treadwell.
Low testosterone level of middle-aged Japanese men – the association between low testosterone levels and quality-of-life / Mitsuko Yasuda, Kumiko Furuya, Takashi Yoshii, Hisamitu Ide, Satoru Muto, Shigeo Horie.
Dyadic support and quality-of-life after radical prostatectomy / Bryan A. Weber, Beverly L. Roberts, Hossein Yarandi, Terry L. Mills, Neale R. Chumbler, Chester Algood.
The prevalence of depressive symptoms and other variables among frail aging men in New York City’s Personal Care Services program / Mitsuko Yasuda, Shigeo Horie, Steven M. Albert, Bridget Simone.
Another view of the Men’s Health “Movement”: The debate continues / Arnold Robbins.
Hypoandrogen–metabolic (HAM) syndrome: an important men’s health issue / Duncan C. Gould.
Gonadal hormones and their influence on skeletal health in men / Christian Meier, Marius E. Kraenzlin.
Osteoporosis and sex steroids / Louis Gooren.
Thinus F. Kruger and Sergio C. Oehninger, Editors, Male Infertility: Diagnosis and Treatment, Informa UK Ltd (2007) / Eugen Plas.

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 4(3), September 2007.
5th Biennial World Congress on Men’s Health & Gender: A special Anniversary / Siegfried Meryn.
The Vienna Declaration: just one more thing? / Ian Banks.
Disparities in health among men: toward a global perspective / April M.W. Young.
The effects of prostate cancer on intimate relationships / Jeremy W. Couper.
Prostate cancer screening markers / Anton Stangelberger, Markus Margreiter, Christian Seitz, Bob Djavan.
Asian traditional medicine for erectile dysfunction / Wah-Yun Low, Hui-Meng Tan.
Not an equal opportunity disease – a sex and gender-based review of colorectal cancer in men and women: Part II / Sarah Payne.
Women’s empowerment and violent death among women and men in Europe: an ecological study / Debbi Stanistreet, Viren Swami, Dan Pope, Clare Bambra, Alex Scott-Samuel.
High patient satisfaction amongst males participating in men’s educational group appointments (MEGA) for routine physical exams / Bruce B. Campbell, Daniel Gosselin.
An initial exploration of what ‘mental health’ means to young black men / Daphne C. Watkins, Harold W. Neighbors.
Sexual issues: let’s hear it from the Malaysian boys / Wah-Yun Low, Chirk-Jenn Ng, Kamal Sohaimi Fadzil, Eng-Suan Ang.
Depression and bone mineral density in a community sample of men: Geelong Osteoporosis Study / F.N. Jacka, J.A. Pasco, M.J. Henry, S. Korn, L.J. Williams, M.A. Kotowicz, G.C. Nicholson, M. Berk.
The metabolic syndrome and bone mineral density in a random sample of Australian men / Julie A. Pasco, Margaret J. Henry, Sam Korn, Geoff C. Nicholson, Mark A. Kotowicz.
For Debate
The case for routine circumcision / Yaser El-Hout, Raja B. Khauli.
Circumcision as a lifetime vaccination with many benefits / Edgar J. Schoen.
Male circumcision – see the harm to get a balanced picture / John D. Dalton.
The case against circumcision / George Hill.
Treatment of osteoporosis in men / Johann D. Ringe.
Douglas T. Carell, Editor, The genetics of male infertility, Humana Press, Totowa, New Jersey (2007) / Markus Hengstschläger.
Testosterone and the brain / Louis Gooren.
Manipulating the ‘Why Bother?’ chromosome.
Andrology Australia – a description of a unique service providing information on male reproductive health problems to the Australian public and medical practitioners / M. Lowy.
Exploring personal meanings around smoking and smoking cessation strategies among health workers / Lumira Lagapa, Alvin Concha, Maria Elinore Alba-Concha, Lillian Lao.
Men’s affective reactions to stressful life events: the roles of coping strategies and personal resources / H. Ben-Zur, K. Michael.
A framework for Health, Illness, Men and Masculinities (HIMM) / B. Frank, M. Numer, J. Evans, J. Oliffe, D. Gregory, D. Divine.
Non-breast cancers presenting as gynaecomastia: an evidence-based system for the examination and investigation of gynaecomastia / T. Fysh, T. Davidson, Thomas Fysh, Hugus Chapel.
The Hungarian League Against Cancer activities among men to involve them in prevention and early detection of men’ cancers / T. Simon.
Transurethral resction of prostate and old age / I. Solinis, A. Yiannaki.
Does treatment overactive bladder with solfenacin improve female sexual dysfunction? / I. Solinis, A. Yiannaki.
Does circumcision improve couple’s sexual life? / I. Solinis, A. Yiannaki.
Men’s special needs and attitudes as patients / Svend Aage Madsen.
Motivation for change in health behaviour in obese men / H. Olsen, S.A. Madsen.
Involvement of men in community based health promotion programs / H. Penz.
The association of serum parathyroid hormone (PTH) with bone mass density (BMD), and the impact of smoking: The fifth Tromsø Study / M. Sneve, N. Emaus, R.M. Joakimsen, R. Jorde.
Testosterone enhances the effects of lifestyle modifications in hypogonadal men with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes / F. Saad, L.Gooren, A. Heufelder.
Testosterone treatment with testosterone undecanoate injections has beneficial effects on variables of the metabolic syndrome in elderly hypogonadal men / F. Saad, L. Gooren, A. Haider, A. Yassin.
Effect of testosterone treatment on inflammatory markers in men with late-onset hypogonadism (LOH) and metabolic syndrome (MS) / Y.A. Tishova, G.Z. Mskhalaya, F. Saad, S.Y. Kalinchenko.
Is sexual health the portal to men’s health? – the experience of a primary men’s health practice / S.H. Teoh, T.K. Gan, C.S.K. Yeo, C.J. Teoh.
The effects of male college faculty’s regular exercise behavior on career satisfaction and life satisfaction / S. Tsai, Y. Hsiao.
Networking at work: a preliminary study with implications for male workers’ mental health / P. Yang.
Men’s Health week celebrated for the 1st time in Saudi Arabia / A. El-Meliegy, H. Eleishi, H. Ghitani, A. Akram, A. Jamal, H. Salah, S. Tehemer.
Male circumcision has harms as well as benefits – towards a balanced perspective / John D. Dalton.
Direct measurements of non-SHBG-bound (Bioavailable) testosterone using LC-MS/MS / E. Koh, M.K. Sugimoto, Y. Kobori, Y. Maeda, M. Namiki.
The high prevalence of testosterone deficiency syndrome and erectile dysfunctions in the aging men with diabetes mellitus type 2 / Micha? Rabijewski, Wojciech Zgliczy?ski.
The influence of testosteone replacement therapy on erectile dysfunctions in aging men with testosterone deficiency and diabetes mellitus type 2 / Micha? Rabijewski, Wojciech Zgliczy?ski.
Testosterone therapy in patients with erectile dysfunction: When to start? When to give alone? When to combine? And for how long? / Aksam A. Yassin, Farid Saad, Svetlana Kalenchenko.
The associated link between Erectile Dysfunction, Metabolic Syndrome, and Hypogonadism / Aksam A. Yassin, Farid Saad.
Testosterone and obesity: generic aspects and specific experience / Aksam A. Yassin, Farid Saad.
Health status and health behavior of monks receiving health examination services on Visakabhucha Day, 2006 / S. Sawatsri, W. Kaewpan.
Late-onset hypogonadism in the aging male: effects of treatment with a 1% testosterone gel (Testogel®) on body composition and serum lipids / P.-M. Bouloux, J. Kelly, F. Hiemeyer and for the European Testogel study team.
The influence of diabetes on self-reported erectile function, attitudes and treatment seeking in men with erectile dysfunction: the multinational Men’s Attitudes to Life Events and Sexuality (MALES) study / I. Eardley, W. Fisher, R. Rosen, A. Nadal, M. Sand.
Vardenafil improves erectile function in men with symptomatic benign prostatic hyperplasia / C. Stief, B. Schlenker, D. Neuser.
Vardenafil in the treatment of symptomatic benign prostatic hyperplasia / C. Stief, B. Schlenker, H. Porst, M. Beneke, E. Ulbrich.
A follow-up study of metabolic alterations of hippocampus in male treatment-resistant depression obtained by 3 T magnetic resonance spectroscopy / X. Sun, K. Zou, Z. Li, X. Huang, W. Deng.
A diffusion tensor imaging study of white matter integrity in adult male major depressive disorder in China / K. Zou, X. Sun, Z. Li, X. Huang, W. Deng, Y. Ding.
Medical students’ choreographies of the immune system uncover stereotypes of masculinity / Barbara Ilievski, Klaus Spiess.
Should a T cell be male or female? – Pitfalls of an anthropomorphized immune system in a ‘80s immunology comic movie / Barbara Ilievski, Gürkan Erman, Klaus Spiess.
Erectile dysfunction and South Asians: what determines whether participants seek healthcare?: An ethnography centred in Oxfordshire and Sri Lanka / David R. Edwards.
Erratum to “Osteoporosis and sex steroids” [jmhg 2007;4(2):192–8] / Louis Gooren.

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 4(4), December 2007.
Growing global focus on men’s health / Siegfried Meryn.
5th Biennial World Congress on Men’s Health and Gender / Editorial.
Reality versus virtual reality: which articles, which data / Arnold Robbins.
Suicidality in men – practical issues, challenges, solutions / Wolfgang Rutz, Zoltan Rihmer.
Causal’ mapping’ of depression and anxiety among prostate cancer patients: a preliminary interview study / Christopher F. Sharpley, Vicki Bitsika, David R.H. Christie.
Men’s experiences of intense fear related to childbirth investigated in a Swedish qualitative study / Carola Eriksson, Pär Salander, Katarina Hamberg.
A novel metered-dose 2% testosterone gel treatment for male hypogonadism / Duncan C. Gould.
Improving the health of African American men: experiences from the Targeting Cancer in Blacks (TCiB) Project / Jane G. Fort.
Formal health services in informal settings: findings from the Preston Men’s Health Project / Ciara Kierans, Steve Robertson, Michael D. Mair.
Relation of male circumcision to cervical cancer, sexuality and female circumcision / Avshalom Zoossmann-Diskin.
Update on prostate cancer in black men / Mudashiru A. Salami, Blessing Etukakpan, E. Oluwabunmi Olapade-Olaopa.
Book Review: Joel J. Heidelbaugh, Editor, Clinical Men’s Health: Evidence in Practice, Saunders (2007) / Siegfried Meryn.
Frailty and its relationship to late onset hypogonadism / Louis Gooren.
Around the World with Men’s Health and Women’s Health Organizations. Men’s Health Forum (England and Wales).

Journal of Men’s Health, 5(1), March 2008.
Taking the health disparities discussion global.
Prospects for the development of the ‘Men’s Health’ program in Russia / A.A. Kamalov, O.I. Apolikhin, M.F. Trapeznikova, E.A. Efremov, V.A. Maksimov, V.N. Zhuravlev, I.A. Aboyan, M.I. Kogan, A.I. Neymark.
Prostate cancer: opportunities for magnetic resonance imaging / Yu.G. Alyaev, S.K. Ternovoy, E.A. Bezrukov, S.P. Morozov.
Metabolic risk factors as a connecting link for men’s health issues / M.N. Mamedov.
The social construction of gender and its influence on suicide: a review of the literature / Sarah Payne, Viren Swami, Debbi L. Stanistreet.
The Russian experience of studying vardenafil efficacy and safety in men with erectile dysfunction of various aetiologies / A.A. Kamalov, S.D. Dorofeev, E.A. Efremov, D.A. Okhobotov, S.M. Panyushkin.
Pathogenetic aspects of erectile dysfunction in patients with the metabolic syndrome / E.B. Mazo, S.I. Gamidov, V.V. Iremashvili, R.V. Gasanov.
Physician attitudes to the concept of ‘men’s health’ in Asia / Marc Yates, Wah-Yun Low, Daniel Rosenberg.
Diagnostic significance of salivary testosterone measurement revisited: using liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry and enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay / Mitsuko Yasuda, Seijiro Honma, Kumiko Furuya, Takashi Yoshii, Yutaka Kamiyama, Hisamitsu Ide, Satoru Muto, Shigeo Horie.
Men’s Health in Africa: Part 1: Reproductive urogenital diseases and human immunodeficiency virus infection / C.F. Heyns, M.S. Bornman.
A Reply To: Relation of male circumcision to cervical cancer, sexuality and female circumcision / Michael Lowy.
Clinical aromatherapy / Wolfgang Steflitsch, Michaela Steflitsch.
Recent perspectives on the age-related decline of testosterone / Louis Gooren.
Matters for Men John Ashfield, Peacock Publications, Adelaide, South Australia / John Macdonald.

Journal of Men’s Health, 5(2), June 2008.
New recognition of the relationship between gender, work and health / Siegfried Meryn.
Health of Poor Condemns Worst and Best Nations.
News from the European Men’s Health Forum.
Brave, new world of work – more flexible, older and increasingly diverse but also healthier? / Gregor Breucker.
Health after the workplace – is retirement a health hazard for men? / Anthony Brown.
Worksite Wellness: prevention, education, awareness / Jean J. Bonhomme.
Migrant men’s occupational health / Manuel Carballo, Sara Cottler, Chelsea Smith.
Hypothesis: The lung cancer epidemic of American men was shaped by World War I / Holger Hansen.
Men’s health and the workplace / Fiona Adshead, Allison Thorpe.
Men’s Health in Africa: Part 2: Non-communicable diseases, malignancies and socio-economic determinants of health / C.F. Heyns, M.S. Bornman.
Targeting men’s weight in the workplace / Alan White, David Conrad, Peter Branney.
An Integrity Model perspective on working with occupational stress in men / Nedra R. Lander, Danielle Nahon. Photoselective vaporization of the prostate in the therapy of benign prostatic hyperplasia / A.A. Kamalov, B.E. Osmolovskiy.
A medical anthropological viewpoint introducing a novel 3D model bringing together sex, gender, and hormonal effects of an individual’s chronological pathway / David R. Edwards.
How to optimise treatment of erectile dysfunction above and beyond the beneficial effects of a phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor / Louis Gooren.
Third Nordic Conference on Men’s Health April 10 - 11 2008, Stockholm, Sweden.

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Wadham, Ben. (1997). The New Men’s Health: A Media Marvel!. Social Alternatives, 16(3) July.

Wadham, Ben. (1997). The Politics of Men’s Health: Contesting Masculinities and Strategies of Change. Honours thesis, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Flinders University, Adelaide, October

Walker, G. (1986). Identifying Men at Risk: Prevention and Early Intervention with Men in Community Health services. In Linking Men’s services: A Conference on Men’s Issues and services in South Australia, Conference Proceedings, Noarlunga Centre

Walker, Linley, Dianne Butland, and Robert Connell. (2000). Boys on the Road: Masculinities, Car Culture, and Road Safety. Journal of Men’s Studies, 8(2), Winter.

Wall, David, and Linda Kristjanson. (2005). Men, culture and hegemonic masculinity: understanding the experience of prostate cancer. Nursing Inquiry, 12(2): 87-97.

Watson, J.M. (1993). Male Body Image and Health Beliefs: A Qualitative Study and Implications for Health Promotion Practice. Health Education Journal, 52(4), Winter.

Watson, Jonathan. (2000). Male Bodies: Health, Culture and Identity. Buckingham and Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Watt, B. (1997). Patient: The True Story of a Rare Illness. London: Penguin.

Webb, John. (1992-93). In the Flesh. (Treating Your Body well), XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 2(4), Summer.

West, Lois A. (2001). Negotiating Masculinities in American Drinking Subcultures. Journal of Men’s Studies, 9(3), Spring, pp. 371-392.

White, A, Fawkner H, Holmes M. (2006). Is there a case for differential treatment of young men and women? Medical Journal of Australia, 185(8): 454-455.

White, A. K., and K. Cash. (2003). The state of men’s health across 17 European countries. Brussels: European Men’s Health Forum.

White, A.K. (1999). ‘I Feel a Fraud’: Men and Their Experiences of Acute Admission Following Chest Pain. Nurs Crit Care. Mar-Apr;4(2):67-73.

White, Alan K., and Martin Johnson. (2000). Men Making Sense of Their Chest Pain - Niggles, Doubts and Denials. Journal of Clinical Nursing. Jul;9(4):534-41.

Whitehead, Stephen. (ed.). (2006). Men and Masculinities: Critical Concepts in Sociology. 5 Volumes.
Volume 3.
54. E. H. Thompson, Jr. (1994) ‘Older Men as Invisible Men in Contemporary Society’, Older Men’s Lives.
55. R. Staples. (1995). ‘Health Among Afro-American Males’, Men’s health and Illness.
56. W. H. Courtenay. (2000). ‘Constructions of masculinity and their influence on men’s well-being: a theory of gender and health’, Social Science and Medicine.
57. G. W. Dowsett. (2003). ‘Johnnie Comes Marching.Where?’ Australian gay men, masculinity, HIV/AIDS and sex’, Culture, Health and Sexuality.

Whittington, Dean. (2004). Men, Violence and Substance Misuse: A study of white working class masculinities in Deptford. PhD thesis, Sociology, Goldsmiths College University of London.

Wiesner, Diane. (1992-93). Men Only. (Men’s specific health problems) XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 2(4), Summer.

Wiesner, Diane. (1992-93). Save the Males. XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 2(4), Summer.

Williams, R., and S. Robertson. (2006). Masculinities, men and promoting health through primary care. Primary Health Care, 16(8): 25-28.

Williams, R., and Steve Robertson. (1999) Fathers and health visitors: “It’s a secret agent thing”. Community Practitioner 72(3): 56-58

Williams, R., and Steve Robertson. (2006) Masculinities, men and promoting health through primary care. Primary Health Care 16(8): 25-28

Williams, R.J. and L.A. Ricciardell. (1999). Gender Congruence in Confirmatory and Compensatory Drinking. J Psychol. May;133(3):323-31.

Williamson, P., and Steve Robertson. (1999) Men’s health: more than some of his parts. Nursing Standard 13(18): 20

Witkin-Lanoil, Georgia. (1986). The Male Stress Syndrome. Newmarket Press.

Woods, Micheal. (2001). Men’s health at the beginning of the new millenia: Trends and black holes. Paper Presented at 4th National Men’s Health Conference.

Wyllie, A., S. Casswell, and J. Stewart. (1991). The response of young men to increased television advertising of alcohol in New Zealand. Health Promot. Int., 6(3): 191-197.

Wyllie, Alan J. and Casswell, Sally. (1991). A Qualitative Investigation of Young Men’s Drinking in New Zealand. Health Education Research: Theory & Practice, 6(1).

Wythes, Alice J., and Michael Lyons. (2006). Leaving the land: An exploratory study of retirement for a small group of Australian men. Rural and Remote Health, v. 6 no. 3: article 531.

Young, Malcolm. (1995). Getting Legless, Falling Down Pissy-Arsed Drunk: Policing Men’s Leisure. Journal of Gender Studies, 4(1), March, pp. 47-61.

Young, Stephen. (1992-93). On Being Sick. XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 2(4), Summer.

Zoske, Joseph. (1998). Men’s Health & Wellness: 50 Health Promotion Ideas for Educators, Practitioners and Planners. Albany. New York.


American Journal of Men’s Health (AJMH) (began March 2007)
International Journal of Men’s Health (began 2002)
Journal of Men’s Health and Gender

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c) Men's Bodily and Reproductive Health

Note: Also see the extensive bibliography in Fletcher’s 1995 work, listed above, as well as references above. See the section “Reproductive Issues and Technologies, Family Planning” for references on men and family planning etc.

Australian Health Technology Advisory Committee. (1996). Prostate Cancer Screening: Summary. Canberra: AGPS (NHMRC).

Bokhour B.G.; Clark J.A.; Inui T.S.; Silliman R.A.; Talcott J.A. (2001). Sexuality after Treatment for Early Prostate Cancer Exploring the Meanings of “Erectile Dysfunction”. Journal of General Internal Medicine, October, vol. 16, no. 10, pp. 649-655(7).

Bordo, Susan. (1998). Pills and Power Tools. (on Viagra etc) Men and Masculinities, 1(1), July

Caine, W. Winston, and Perry Garfinkel. (1996). The Male Body: An Owner’s Manual: The Ultimate Guide to Staying Healthy & Fit for Life. Saint Martin’s Press.

Carmeli, Yoram S. (1994) The Predicament of Masculinity: Towards Understanding the Male’s Experience of Infertility Treatments. Sex Roles, 30: 9/10, May.

Carmeli, Yoram S., and Daphna Birenbaum-Carmeli. (1994). The Predicament of Masculinity: Towards Understanding the Male’s Experience of Infertility Treatments. Sex Roles, 30(9-10), May, pp. 663-677 .

Chapple A., and S. Ziebland. (2002). Prostate cancer: Embodied experience and perceptions of masculinity. Sociology of Health and Illness, November, vol. 24, no. 6, pp. 820-841.

Chapple A., S. Ziebland, and A. McPherson. (2004). Qualitative study of men’s perceptions of why treatment delays occur in the UK for those with testicular cancer. British Journal of General Practice, 1 January, vol. 54, no. 498, pp. 25-32.

De Kretser, D.M., and R.I. McLachlan. (2001). Current issues in male reproductive health. Current Therapeutics, May.

Department of Veteran’s Affairs. (1996). You & Your Prostrate: An Overview. Canberra: Department of Veteran’s Affairs.

Diagram Group. Men’s Body: An Owner’s Manual.

Diamond, Jed. (1997). Male Menopause: Sex & Survival in the Second Half of Life. Sourcebooks.

Elliott, Stacy. (1998). The Relationship Between Fertility Issues and Sexual Problems in Men. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, Vol 7(3), 295-303.

Fanning, Patrick and Matthew McKay. (1993). Being Healthy: Taking Care of Your Body. Chapter 14 in Being a Man: A Guide to the New Masculinity, Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications

Fergus K.D.; Gray R.E.; Fitch M.I. (2002). Sexual Dysfunction and the Preservation of Manhood: Experiences of Men with Prostate Cancer. Journal of Health Psychology, May, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 303-316.

Gilbaugh, James A Doctor’s Guide to Men’s Private Parts.

Gittleman, Ann Louise. (1997). Super Nutrition for Men. (2nd edition) M. Evans & Company.

Goldstein, Irwin and Rothstein, Larry. The Potent Male: Facts, fiction, future.

Gore, Margaret. (1991). The Penis Book: An Owner’s Manual. Rose Bay, NSW: Bookman.

Gray, R.E.; Fitch M.I.; Fergus K.D.; Mykhalovskiy E.; Church K. (2002). Hegemonic Masculinity and the Experience of Prostate Cancer: A Narrative Approach. Journal of Aging and Identity, March, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 43-62.

Gray, Ross. (2003). Prostate Tales: Men’s Experiences with Prostate Cancer. Men’s Studies Press.

Griffin, Gary M. (1991). Aphrodisiacs for Men: Effective Virilizing Foods and Herbs. Added Dimensions Publishing.

Gurevich, Maria. Scott Bishop, Jo Bower, Monika Malka and Joyce Nyhof-Young. (2004). (Dis)embodying gender and sexuality in testicular cancer. Social Science & Medicine, Volume 58, Issue 9, May, pp. 1597-1607.

Halkitis, Perry N. (2000). Masculinity in the Age of AIDS: HIV-Seropositive Gay Men and the. Buff Agenda. In Nardi, Peter M. (ed.). Gay Masculinities. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications (Research on Men and Masculinities Series).

Handelsman, D.J. (1991). Bridging the Gender Gap in Contraception: Another Hurdle Cleared. Medical Journal of Australia, 154(4), February.

Handy, Richard Y. (1988). Male Sexuality and the Challenge of Healing Impotence. Prometheus Books.

Hirst, Geoffrey, Ward, Jeanette and Del Mar, Christopher. (1996). Screening for Prostrate Cancer: The Case Against. Medical Journal of Australia, 164(4), March

Hofmeyr, Doreen G., and Abraham P. Greeff. (2002). The Influence of a Vasectomy on the Marital Relationship and Sexual Satisfaction of the Married Man. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, Volume 28, Number 4, July 01, pp. 339 - 351.

Inhorn, Marcia C. (2004). Middle Eastern Masculinities in the Age of New Reproductive Technologies: Male infertility and stigma in Egypt and Lebanon. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 18(2), pp. 162-182.

Johnson, Don. (1989). The Loneliness of the Male Body. American Health, January, 8(1).

Julty, Sam. (1979). Men’s Bodies, Men’s selves. New York: Dell.

Kandeel, R. S. Swerdloff, and J. L. Pryor. (eds.). (2007). Male reproductive dysfunction: Pathophysiology and treatment. New York, NY: Informa Healthcare USA, Inc.

Keller, Larry. (1998). Good Loving: Keys to a Lifetime of Passion, Pleasure & Sex. Rodale Press.

Kovel, Joel. (1996). Dispatches From the Science Wars. Social Text. 46/47, 14(1 & 2), Spring/Summer.

Kramer, Sebastian. (2000). The Fragile Male. British Medical Journal, Vol. 321, 23-30 December

Lafavore, Michael. (1995). Male Almanac: Essential New Information About Sex, fitness, Health & Life. Rodale Press.

Levanthal, Sallye. (ed.). The Male Stress Syndrome.

Lodewick, Peter A. et.al. (1996). Diabetic Man: A Guide to Health & Success in All Areas of Your Life. Lowell House.

Loe, M. (2001). Fixing Broken Masculinity: Viagra As A Technology For The Production Of Gender And Sexuality. Sexuality & Culture, 1 June, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 97-125.

Lorber, Judith and Bandlamudi, Lakshmi. (1993). The Dynamics of Marital Bargaining in Male Infertility. Gender & Society, 7(1), March.

Loudon, Julia B. (1998). Potential Confusion Between Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation: An Evaluation of Men Presenting With Erectile Difficulty at a Sex Therapy Clinic. Sexual and Marital Therapy, Volume 13 Number 4, November.

Manning, Richard. (1987). Impotence: How to Overcome It. Farmington Hills: Health Pro Ink.

Marshall, Barbara L. (2007). Climacteric Redux? (Re)medicalizing the Male Menopause. Men and Masculinities, April, 9(4): 509-529.

Marshall, Barbara L., and Stephen Katz. (2002). Forever Functional: Sexual fitness and the ageing male body. Body & Society, 8(4), pp. 43-70.

Martin, Nicholas. An Operator’s Manual for Successful Living. (??).

Mason, Mary-Claire. (1993). Male Infertility - Men Talking. London & New York: Routledge.

McDade, Thomas. (1996). Prostates and Profits: The Social Construction of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia in American Men. Medical Anthropology, Vol. 17, pp. 1-22.

McDowell, A.J., C.A. Snellgrove and M.J. Bond. (2001). Beyond Viagra. Psychological issues in the assessment and treatment of erectile dysfunction. Australian Family Physician, 30(9): 867-73, September

Men’s Health Magazine Magazine Editors. (1995). Men’s Health: A Guide to Staying Young. Fine Communications.

NHMRC. (1996). Is It My Prostate Doc? A Guide for General Practitioners. Canberra: AGPS (derived from Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Management of Uncomplicated Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in Men).

NHMRC. (1996). To Pee Or Not To Pee: A Guide for Men About Their Urinary Symptoms. Canberra: AGPS (derived from Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Management of Uncomplicated Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in Men).

Oliffe, J. (2002). In Search of a Social Model of Prostate Cancer: Finding Out About Bronch. In Manning the Next Millennium: Studies in Masculinities. Edited by Sharyn Pearce and Vivienne Muller. Black Swan Press.

Oliffe, J. (2004). Transrectal Ultrasound Prostate Biopsy (TRUS-Bx): Patient Perspectives. Urologic Nursing, 24 (5), 395-400.

Oliffe, J. (2005). Constructions of masculinity following prostatectomy-induced impotence. Social Science & Medicine, Volume 60, Issue 10, May, pp. 2249-2259.

Pesman, Curtis. How a Man Ages.

Potts, Annie, Nicola Gavey, and Victoria Grace. (2001). New Zealand research on the social impact of sildenafil (Viagra). Venereology, 14(4), pp. 189-190.

Potts, Annie. (2000). ‘The Essence of the Hard On’: Hegemonic Masculinity and the Cultural Construction of ‘Erectile Dysfunction’. Men and Masculinities, 3(1), July.

Potts, Annie. (2004). Deleuze on Viagra (Or, what can a Viagra-body do?) Body & Society, vol10no1: 17-36.

Potts, Annie. (2004). Viagra cyborgs: Creating ‘better manhood through chemistry’. In Sex and the Body, A. Potts, N. Gavey & A. Weatherall. (eds.), Palmerston North, Dunmore Press.

Ragg, Mark. Understanding Your Prostate Problems. Woollahra: Gore and Osment.

Reiker, P.P. (1996). How Should a Man With Testicular Cancer Be Counseled and What Information is Available to Him?. Semin Urol Oncol. Feb;14(1):17-22.

Rigby, Kate. (1998). The Cunning of Nature: Worldwide Emasculation. (on sperm counts), Arena magazine, No. 35, June-July

Ringheim, Karin. (1995). Evidence for the Acceptability of an injectable Hormonal Method for Men. International Family Planning Perspectives, 21(2), June

Ross, Geoffrey Aquilina. (1984). How to Survive the Male Menopause. London: Elm Tree Books.

Sadovsky, R., T. Miller, M. Moskowitz, and G. Hackett. (2001). Three year update of Sildenafil Citrate (Viagra) efficacy and safety. International Journal of Clinical Practice 55(2), March.

Schwerin, Michael J. et.al. (1996). A Multimethod Examination of the Male Anabolic Steroid User. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 26(3).

Shapiro, Eugene. (2000). Upright Man. Pir Press.

Sheppard, Caren and Kevan R. Wylie. (2001). An Assessment of Sexual Difficulties in Men After Treatment for Testicular Cancer. Sexual & Relationship Therapy, Volume 16, Number 1, February, pp. 47 - 58.

Steginga, SK, Occhipinti S, Dunn J, Gardiner RA, Heathcote P, and Yaxley J. (2001). The supportive care needs of men with prostate cancer. Psychooncology, Jan-Feb;10(1): pp. 66-75.

Swanson, Janice M. and Forrest, Katherine A. (1984). Men’s Reproductive Health. New York: Springer .

Taguchi, Yosh. (1988). Private Parts: A Health Book for Men. London: Optima.

Tiefer, Leonore. (1987). In Pursuit of the Perfect Penis: The Medicalisation of Male Sexuality. In Kimmel, Michael. (ed.). Changing Men: New Directions in Research on Men and Masculinity. New York: Sage. (Also in Kimmel, Michael and Messner, Michael. (eds.). Men’s Lives. New York/Toronto: Macmillan/Maxwell, 2nd edition)

Tiefer, Leonore. (1994). The Medicalization of Impotence: Normalizing Phallocentrism. Gender & Society, 8(3), September.

Vares, T., Potts, A., Gavey, N. & Grace, V. (2003). Hard sell, soft sell: Men read Viagra ads. Media International Australia, no108: 101-114.

von Keitz, A. (2001). The management of erectile dysfunction in the community. International Journal of Impotence Research, 13 Suppl 3 S45-51, August.

Wall, David, and Linda Kristjanson. (2005). Men, culture and hegemonic masculinity: understanding the experience of prostate cancer. Nursing Inquiry, 12(2): 87-97.

Wallace, Suzanne V.F. and Elizabeth M. Carlin. (2001). Contraception and Men Attending a Genitourinary Medicine Clinic. Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care. 27(4).

Walsh, Patrick C. and Worthington, Janet F. (1996). The Prostate: A Guide for Men and the Women Who Love Them. Warner Books

Watson, Jonathan. (2000). Male Bodies: Health, Culture and Identity. Buckingham and Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Wertheimer, Neil. (ed). (1997). Total Health for Men: How to Prevent And Treat the Health Problems That Trouble Men the Most. Rodale Press

Wilson, Trish. (1998). Viagra: A Rhapsody in Blue. Feminista, 2(3/4), (online journal) http://www.feminista.com.

Wylie, Kevan, Hallam-Jones, Ruth and Perrett, Angelina. (1999). Some of the Potential Implications of Integrated Assessment for Male Erectile Disorder. Sexual and Marital Therapy, 14(4), November.

Zilbergeld, Bernie. (1992). The New Male Sexuality: The Truth About Men, Sex, and Pleasure. New York: Bantam Books

Zoldbrod, Aline P. (1993). Men, Women, and Infertility: Intervention and Treatment Strategies. New York, NY,: Lexington Books/Macmillan.

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d) Men and disability

Benjamin, Shereen. (2000). Challenging Masculinities: Disability and Achievement in Testing Times. Gender and Education, Volume 13, Number 1, March.

Changing Men magazine. (1994). Special section: Men with Physical Disabilities talk About their Lives. No. 27, Winter.
Manhood and Physical Disability / Gerschick, Thomas J. and Miller, Adam Stephen..
Hallelujah Halloween / Kahn, Paul.
Coming Out Blind and Gay / Rich, Phil.

Gerschick, Thomas J. (forthcoming). Sisyphus in a Wheelchair: Men with Physical Disabilities Confront Gender Domination. In Everyday Inequalities: Critical Inquiries, Judith Howard and Jodi O’Brien. (eds.). New York: Basil Blackwell, forthcoming.

Gerschick, Thomas J., and Miller, Adam S. (1994). Gender Identities at the Crossroads of Masculinity and Physical Disability. Masculinities, 2(1), Spring, pp. 34-55 .
(Also in Toward a New Psychology of Gender: A Reader, edited by Sara Davis and Mary Gergen. New York: Routledge, 1997.).

Gerschick, Thomas J., and Miller, Adam S. (1995). Coming to Terms: Masculinity and Disability. In Masculinity and Health, Donald Sabo, editor. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
(Also in Through the Prism of Difference: Readings in Sex and Gender, Michael Messner, Pierette Hondagneu-Sotello, Maxine Baca Zinn, editors. New York: Allyn and Bacon, 1997. And in Men’s Lives, third edition and Russian edition, Michael Kimmel and Michael Messner, editors. New York: Macmillan Publishers, 1995.).

Hahn, Harlan. (1989). Masculinity and Disability. Disability Studies Quarterly, 9(3), pp. 1-3.

Humphries, Peter. (2001). Men and Mental Health / Counselling Men with a Psychiatric Disability. In Pease, Bob and Peter Camilleri. (eds.). Working With Men in the Human Services. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Hutchinson, Susan L., and Douglas A Kleiber. (2000). Heroic masculinity following spinal cord injury: Implications for therapeutic recreation practice and research. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 34(1).

O’Neill, Terry and Myra J. Hird. (2001). Double Damnation: Gay Disabled Men and the Negotiation of Masculinity.

Shakespeare, T. (1999). The Sexual Politics of Disabled Masculinity. Sexuality and Disability, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 53-64.

Smith, Bonnie, and Beth Hutchinson. (eds.). (2004). Gendering Disability. Rutgers University Press.

Smith, Brett, and Andrew C. Sparkes. (2004). Men, Sport, and Spinal Cord Injury: An Analysis of Metaphors and Narrative Types. Disability & Society, 19, 6, Oct, 613-626.

Tepper, Mitchell S. (1000) Letting Go of Restrictive Notions of Manhood: Male Sexuality, Disability and Chronic Illness. Sexuality and Disability, Volume 17, Number 1, January, pp. 37-52.

Vahldieck, Andrew. (2002). Uninhibited. Nerve.com, http://www.nerve.com/PersonalEssays/Vahldieck/uninhibited/, Accessed 17 June 2002.

Yelland, Nicola. (1998). Gender in Early Childhood. London & New York: Routledge.
Includes Bower, Anna. Boys and Girls with Disabilities: Maternal Expectations of Gender Behaviour and Independence.

e) Circumcision

Bigelow, Jim. The Joy of Uncircumcising! Restoring Your Birthright and Maximise Sexual Pleasure. Hourglass Book Publishing.

Boyd, Billy Ray. Circumcision: What It Does.

Briggs, Anne. Circumcision: What Every Parent Should Know.

British Journal of Urology. (1999). Supplement 1: Circumcision (15 Articles), Vol 83, January.

Chanahan, John. (1994). The Unkindest Cut. (Circumcision) XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 4(1), Autumn.

Darby, R. (2005). Pathologizing male sexuality: lallemand, spermatorrhea, and the rise of circumcision. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences [NLM - MEDLINE], 60(3): 283.

Darby, Robert. (2003). Circumcision as a preventive of masturbation: A review of the historiography. Journal of Social History, Vol. 36, Spring 2003.

Darby, Robert. (2003). Medical history and medical practice: Persistent myths about the foreskin. Medical Journal of Australia, Vol. 178, 17 February.

Darby, Robert. (2005). A Surgical Temptation: The Demonization of the Foreskin and the Rise of Circumcision. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press.

Darby, Robert. (2005). A surgical temptation: The demonization of the foreskin and the rise of circumcision in Britain. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press.

Dave, S.S., Johnson A.M., Fenton K.A., et al. (2003). Male Circumcision in Britain: Findings from a national probability sample survey. Sex Trans Infect;79:499-500.

Denniston, G., and M.F. Milos. (eds.). (1997). Sexual Mutilations: A Human Tragedy. New York: Plenum.

Denniston, George. Frederick Hodges, and Marilyn Milos. (eds.). (2001). Understanding circumcision: A multi-disciplinary approach to a multi-dimensional problem. London and New York, Kluwer Academic Publishers and Plenum Press.

Fleiss, P.M. (1997). The Case Against Circumcision. Mothering: The Magazine of Natural Family Living, Winter, pp. 36-45.

Gollaher, David L. (2001). Circumcision: A History of the World’s Most Controversial Surgery. Basic Books.

Henerey, Adam. (2004). Evolution of Male Circumcision as Normative Control. Journal of Men’s Studies, Spring, 12(3).

Hoffman, Lawrence. (1996). Covenant of Blood: Circumcision and Gender in Rabbinic Judaism. University of Chicago Press.

Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 4(3), September 2007.
The case for routine circumcision / Yaser El-Hout, Raja B. Khauli.
Circumcision as a lifetime vaccination with many benefits / Edgar J. Schoen.
Male circumcision – see the harm to get a balanced picture / John D. Dalton.
The case against circumcision / George Hill.
Berkeley, Bud. (1993). Foreskin: A Closer Look. Boston: Alyson Publications.

Richters, Juliet. (2006). Circumcision and the socially imagined sexual body. Health Sociology Review, v.15 no.3, Aug.: 248-257.

Ritter, Thomas. Say No To Circumcision! Forty Reasons Why You Should Respect His Birthright and Keep Your Son Whole. Hourglass Book Publishing.

Schwartz, Howard Eilberg. (1994). God’s Phallus and Other Problems for Men and Monotheism. Boston: Beacon Press.

Wallerstein, Edward. (1980). Circumcision: An American Health Fallacy. New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Zoske, Joseph. (1998). Male Circumcision: A Gender Perspective. Journal of Men’s Studies, 6(2), Winter, pp. 189-208.

f) Suicide

Canetto, S. S. and I. Sakinofsky (1998). The gender paradox in suicide. Suicide & Life-Threatening Behavior, 28(1).

Dorais, Michael, and Simon L. Lajeunesse (2004). Dead Boys Can’t Dance: Sexual Orientation, Masculinity, and Suicide. McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Emslie, Mic. (1996). Ignored to Death: Representations of Young Gay Men, Lesbians and Bisexuals in Australian Youth Suicide Policy and Programs. Youth Studies Australia, December, 15(4).

Flood, M. (2007) Suicide. In The International Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities. Ed. M. Flood, J.K. Gardiner, B. Pease, and K. Pringle. Taylor & Francis.

Frawley, Margaret. (1998). Suicide and Depression in Males of Various Ages: A Rural Perspective. Paper to National Forum on Men and Family Relationships, Canberra, 9-11 June

Gunnell, D., N. Middleton, E. Whitley, D. Dorling, and S. Frankel. (2003). Why are suicide rates rising in young men but falling in the elderly?--a time-series analysis of trends in England and Wales 1950-1998. Social Science & Medicine, 57(4): 595-611.

Hunt, K., H. Sweeting, M. Keoghan, and S. Platt (2006). Sex, gender role orientation, gender role attitudes and suicidal thoughts in three generations. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 41(8).

Lillian, M.R., and M.L. Mark. (1998). Gender, culture, and suicidal behavior: A feminist critique of theories and research. Suicide & Life - Threatening Behavior, 28(1): 24.

Lynne Armstrong, L., and I. Manion. (2006). Suicidal ideation in young males living in rural communities: Distance from school as a risk factor, youth engagement as a protective factor. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 1(1): 102-113.

Macdonald, Ron, and Trudi Cooper. (1998). Young Gay Men and Suicide. Youth Studies Australia, December.

Möller-Leimkühler, A.M. (2003). The gender gap in suicide and premature death or: why are men so vulnerable? European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, 253(1): 1-8.

Nicholas, Jonathan, and John Howard. (1998). Better Dead Than Gay? Depression, Suicide Ideation and Attempt Among a Sample of Gay and Straight-Identified Males Aged 18 to 24. Youth Studies Australia, v.17 n.4, pp. 28-33.

Phillips, C., and M.F. Robert. (2001). The relative gender gap in suicide: Societal integration, the culture of suicide, and period effects in 20 developed countries, 1955-1994. Social Science Research, 30(1): 76.

Rudmin, F.W., M. Ferrada-Noli, and J.-A. Skolbekken. (2003). Questions of culture, age and gender in the epidemiology of suicide. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 44(4): 373-381.

Scourfield, J. (2005). Suicidal masculinities. Sociological Research Online, 10(2).

Smalley, N., J. Scourfield, and K. Greenland. (2005). Young People, Gender and Suicide: A Review of Research on the Social Context. Journal of Social Work, 5(2): 133-154.

Stack, S. (1998). Gender, marriage, and suicide acceptability: A comparative analysis. Sex Roles, 38(7/8): 501.

Stewart, Matt. (1995). Young Male Suicide: Reversing the Trend. XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 5(1), Autumn.

Webb, John. (1998). Suicide. In Junk Male. Sydney: HarperCollins.


g) Gender and Health

Abbott, Pamela and Williamson, Emma. (1999). Women, Health and Domestic Violence. Journal of Gender Studies, 8(1), March.

Adams, Diane L. (ed). (1995). Health Issues for Women of Color. London: Sage.

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