(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: Works on health, including circumcision, are listed under the heading "Men's Health". Also, many papers on men's condom use and men's sexual behaviour are listed under "HIV/AIDS" and "Men's Sexuality" respectively.
Alan Guttmacher Institute. (2002). In Their Own Right: Addressing the Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs of American Men. New York: The Alan Guttmacher Institute.
Alan Guttmacher Institute. (20023). In Their Own Right: Addressing the Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs of Men Worldwide. New York: The Alan Guttmacher Institute.
AVSC International and International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF)/Western Hemisphere Region. (1998). Male Participation in Sexual and Reproductive Health: New Paradigms - Symposium Report. Oaxaca, Mexico, October 10-14.
Biddulph, Max, and Simon Blake. (2001). Moving Goalposts: Setting a Training Agenda For Sexual Health Work With Boys and Young Men. London: Family Planning Association.
Daniels, Cynthia R. (2006). Exposing Men: Science and Politics of Male Reproduction. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.
Davidson, Neil, C. Castle, and N. Behrman. (1998). Men’s Sexual Health Matters. London, England, Healthlink Worldwide. 46 p.
Family Health International (FHI) Network. (1998). Special Issue: Male Participation in Reproductive Health, Vol. 18 No. 3, Spring.
Green, C.P. (1997). Male Reproductive Health Services: A Review of the Literature. New York. New York, AVSC International. iv, 76 p.
Mundigo, Axel I. (2000). REVIEW SYMPOSIUM: Re-Conceptualizing the Role of Men in the Post-Cairo Era. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 2(3), July (plus Commentaries by Sonia Corrêa, Daniel Maguire and Juan-Guillermo Figueroa-Perea).
People and Development Challenges. (1996). Special Issue: Men’s Responsibilities in Reproductive Health, 3(6), September (International Planned Parenthood Federation’s (IPPF) Office for East, South East Asia and Oceania Region (ESEAOR). London)
Popline Digital Services. (2001). Him: Helping Involve Men - An Essential Library on Men and Reproductive Health. (CD-ROM) Baltimore, Maryland: Population Information Program, John Hopkins University School of Public Health.
Population Council. (1999). Toward a New Partnership: Encouraging the Positive Involvement of Men as Supportive Partners in Reproductive Health. No. 5, June.
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). (2000). Partnering: A New Approach to Sexual and Reproductive Health. Technical Paper No. 3, December. New York: UNFPA.
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). (2003). It Takes 2: Partnering with men in reproductive and sexual health. New York: UNFPA Programme Advisory Note (52 pp.).
White, V., M. Greene, and E. Murphy. (2003). Men and Reproductive Health Programs: Influencing Gender Norms. Washington, DC: Synergy Project.
Adams, M., D. de Kretser, and C. Holden. (2003). Male sexual and reproductive health among the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population. Rural and Remote Health, 3 (online); no. 153.
Alan Guttmacher Institute. (1996). Readings on Men from Family Planning Perspectives 1987-1995. New York: The Alan Guttmacher Institute.
Amatya, R. et al. (1994). The Effect of Husband Counseling on NORPLANT Contraceptive Acceptability in Bangladesh. Contraception, 50, pp. 263-273, September.
Anonymous. (1998). If Men’s Erections Are Going To Be Funded, Why Are Women Still Paying For Birth Control?. Reproductive Health Matters. 6(12):150-2.
Armstrong, B. (1986). Involving Young Men in Family Planning Services. Planned Parenthood Review. Fall; 6(3):4-6.
As-Sanie, S., A. Gantt, and M. S. Rosenthal. (2004). Pregnancy Prevention in Adolescents. American Family Physician, 70(8): 1517.
AVSC International and International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF)/Western Hemisphere Region. (1998). Literature Review for the Symposium on Male Participation in Sexual and Reproductive Health: New Paradigms, Oaxaca, Mexico.
Balmer, D.H; Gikundi E; Kanyotu M; Waithaka R. (1995). The Negotiating Strategies Determining Coitus in Stable Heterosexual Relationships. Health Transition Review. Apr; 5(1):85-95.
Bankole, A., and S. Singh. (1998). Couples’ Fertility and Contraceptive Decision-Making in Developing Countries: Hearing the Man’s Voice. International Family Planning Perspectives. Mar;24(1):15-24.
Barker, G. (1996). The Misunderstood Gender: Male Involvement in the Family and in Reproductive And Sexual Health in Latin America and the Caribbean. [Unpublished], January, 53 pp.
Barker, G., and I. Loewenstein. (1996). Where The Boys Are: Promoting Greater Male Involvement in Sexuality Education: Conclusions From Qualitative Research in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Centro de Educacao Sexual, July, 28 pp.
Basu, A.M. (1996). The International Conference on Population and Development, Cairo, 1994. Is Its Plan of Action Important, Desirable and Feasible? ICPD: What About Men’s Rights and Women’s Responsibilities?. Health Transition Review. Oct;6(2):225-7.
Basu, A.M. (1999). Women’s Education, Marriage and Fertility: Do Men Really Not Matter?. In: Critical Perspectives on Schooling in Fertility in the Developing World, edited by Bledsoe CH, Casterline JB, Johnson-Kuhn JA, and Hang HG. Washington, D.C., National Research Council, National Academcy Press. p. 167-186.
Basu, A.M. (2000). Gender in Population Research: Confusing Implications for Health Policy. Population Studies. March. 54(1).
Beem, Penelope. (2004). Where does a man stand on issues of assisted reproduction, surrogacy, artificial insemination within lesbian relationships and posthumous conception?. Australian Journal of Family Law, v.18 no.1 April, pp. 41-62.
Berer, M. (1996). Men. Introduction. Reproductive Health Matters. May;(7):7-10.
Bertrand, J.T.; Makani B.; Edwards M.P.; Baughman N.C.; Niwembo K.L.; Djunghu B. (1996). The Male Versus Female Perspective on Family Planning: Kinshasa, Zaire. Journal Of Biosocial Science. Jan;28(1):37-55.
Best, K. (1998). Contraceptive Update: Experimental Male Methods Inhibit Sperm. Network. 18(3), Spring.
Best, K. (1998). Men’s Reproductive Health Risks. Network. Spring;18(3):7-10.
Billy, J.O.G. et.al. (1993). The Sexual Behaviour of Men in the United States. Family Planning Perspectives, 25(52).
Byrne, G. (1997). Father May Not Know Best, But What Does He Know?. Population Today. Oct;25(10):1-3.
Cazés, Daniel. (1998). Work Among Men in Latin America: Research and Practices, Results and Experiences (Trabajo entre Hombres en América Latina: Investigación y prácticas, Resultados y Experiencias). In Seminar on Men, Family formation and Reproduction, IUSSP y CENEP, Bruges-Buenos Aires.
Center for Reproductive Health Research and Policy. (2002). Young Men Moving Forward: California’s Male Involvement Program – A Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program for Males. San Francisco: University of California.
Chandiramani, Radhika. (1998). Talking About Sex. Reproductive Health Matters. 6(12), November.
Chikamata, D.M. (1996). Male Needs and Responsibilities in Family Planning and Reproductive Health. Planned Parenthood Challenges. (2):8-10.
Chirambo, K. (1992). Men Targeted for Family Planning in Zambia. Network. Aug;13(1):16-7.
Clift, E. (1997). Redefining Macho: Men as Partners in Reproductive Health. Perspectives in Health. 9(2):20-5.
Coggins, Christiana, Kelly Blanchard, and Barbara Friedland. (2000). Men’s Attitudes Towards a Potential Vaginal Microbicide in Zimbabwe, Mexico and the USA. Reproductive Health Matters. 8(15), May.
Collumbien, Martine, and Sarah Hawkes. (2000). Missing Men’s Messages: Does the Reproductive Health Approach Respond to Men’s Sexual Health Needs?. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 2(3), July.
Condon, Guy et al. (2001). Fatherhood Aborted. Tyndale House Pub.
Cowley, Carol, and Tillman Farley. (2001). Adolescent Girls’ Attitudes Towards Pregnancy: The Importance of Asking What The Boyfriend Wants. Journal of Family Practice. 50(7), July.
Danforth, N., and C.P. Green. (1997). Involving Men in Reproductive Health: A Review of USAID-Funded Activities. Arlington, Virginia, Population Technical Assistance Project [POPTECH], Apr. , x, 42,  p.
Danforth, N., and P. Roberts. (1997). Better Together: A Report on the African Regional Conference on Men’s Participation in Reproductive Health. Baltimore, Maryland, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Center for Communication Programs, Apr. viii, 53 p.
Daniels, Ken. (1998). The Semen Providers. Chapter 5 in Daniels, Ken and Hames, Erica. (eds.). Donor Insemination: International Social Science Perspectives. Cambridge University Press.
Danielson, R., S. Marcy, A. Plunkett, W. Wiest, and M. Greenlick. (1990). Reproductive Health Counseling for Young Men: What Does It Do?. Family Planning Perspectives, 22(3), pp. 115-121.
Davidson, Neil, and Trefor Lloyd. (eds.). (2001). Promoting Men’s Health:
A Guide for Practitioners. London: Baillire Tindall.
3. Commissioning and Men: The Case of STDs / Lindsay Neil.
6. It Takes Two: A Contraceptive Campaign Aimed at Men / Lorraine Hoare; Joan Walsh.
19. Sex Education for Young Men / Mike Massaro.
de Keijzer, B. (1997). Masculinity as a Risk Factor. [La masculinidad como factor de riesgo]. In: Genero y salud en el Sureste de Mexico, [edited by] Esperanza Tunon. Mexico City, Mexico, ECOSUR. 13.
de Keijzer, B. (1998). Sharing What We Know About Reaching Men. [Unpublished]. Presented at the. (1998). Meeting of the Affinity Group on Population, Reproductive Health and Rights.  p.
DiConsiglio, J.M. (1994). Invisible Man: Can Global Efforts Raise a New Generation of Men Who Take Family Planning Seriously?. Family Planning World. May-Jun; 10-1.
Dodoo, F.N. (1998). Men Matter: Additive and Interactive Gendered Preferences and Reproductive Behavior in Kenya. Demography 35(2):229-242.
Drennan, M. (1998). Reproductive Health: New Perspectives on Men’s Participation. Population Reports. Series J: Family Planning Programs. Oct;(46):1-35.
Dryfoos, Joy G. (1998). Putting the Boys in the Picture: A review of programs to promote sexual responsibility among young males. Santa Cruz, CA: Network Publications (ETR Associates).
Dudgeon, Matthew R., and Marcia C. Inhorn. (2003). Gender, Masculinity, and Reproduction: Anthropological Perspectives. International Journal of Men’s Health. 2(1), January.
Dudgeon, Matthew R., and Marcia C. Inhorn. (2004). Men’s Influences on Women’s Reproductive Health: Medical Anthropological Perspectives. Social Science & Medicine, 59, 7, Oct, 1379-1395.
Dyer, S. J., N. Abrahams, N. E. Mokoena, and Z. M. van der Spuy. (2004). ‘You are a man because you have children’: experiences, reproductive health knowledge and treatment-seeking behaviour among men suffering from couple infertility in South Africa. Hum. Reprod., 19(4): 960-967.
Edwards, Sharon R. (1994). The Role of Men in Contraceptive Decision-Making: Current Knowledge and Future Implications. Family Planning Perspectives, 26(2), March/April.
Ekstrand, M., T. Tydén, E. Darj, and M. Larsson. (2007). Preventing pregnancy: a girls’ issue. Seventeen-year-old Swedish boys’ perceptions on abortion, reproduction and use of contraception. European Journal of Contraception & Reproductive Health Care, 12(2): 111.
Ezeh, A. et.al. (1996). Men’s Fertility, Contraceptive use, and Reproductive Preferences. Demographic and Health Surveys Comparative Studies No. 18, Calverton, MD: Macro International, Inc.
Ezeh, A.; Seroussi M; Raggers H, Calverton. (1996). Men’s Fertility, Contraceptive Use, and Reproductive Preferences. Maryland, Macro International, Mar. viii, 45 p. Demographic and Health Surveys Comparative Studies No. 18.
Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics. (1998). Nurturing
Fatherhood: Improving Data and Research on Male Fertility, Family Formation
and Fatherhood, June. URL: http://fatherhood.hhs.gov/cfsforum/front.htm.
Includes: Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Conference on Fathering and Male Fertility: Improving Data and Research; Chapter 3: Male Fertility and Family Formation: Research and Data Needs on The Pathways to Fatherhood; Chapter 4: Social Fatherhood And Paternal Involvement: Conceptual, Data, and Policymaking Issues; Chapter 5: Methodological Issues in Improving Data on Fathers; Chapter 6: Opportunities to Improve Data and Research on Fatherhood.
Appendices: A: Conference Agenda and Working Group Members; B: Integrating Theoretical Perspectives on Gender, Union Formation and Fertility; C: The Meaning of Fatherhood for Men; D: Fertility Motivation, Decision Making, and Intention to Engage in Sex, Contraception, Pregnancy, Abortion and Birth; E: Data and Research Needs Concerning Union Formation and Dissolution; F: Male Fertility in Relation to Union Formation And Dissolution; G: The Biological And Health Aspects of Male Fertility: Implications For Use of Reproductive Health Care Services; H: Data Needs Regarding Male Reproductive Health and Reproductive Health Services; I: Indicators of Male Fertility, Family Formation, and Sexual Behavior; J: Constructs Used in Data Collection; K: Nonresident Fathers: What We Know and What’s Left to Learn?; L: New Directions for Exploring Fathers’Attachment to Households.
Finger, W.R. (1996). Withdrawal popular in some cultures. Contraceptive update. Network. Fall;17(1):15-6, 24.
Finger, W.R. (1998). Attracting Men to Vasectomy. Network. Spring;18(3):26-7, 32.
Forrest, K. (1986). Giving Clinics Man Appeal. People. 13(1):6-7.
Forste R., and J. Morgan. (1998). How Relationships of U.S. Men Affect Contraceptive Use and Efforts to Prevent Sexually Transmitted Diseaes. Family Planning Perspectives. Mar-Apr;30(2):56-62.
Gallen, ME; Liskin L; Kak N. (1986). Men--New Focus for Family Planning Programs. Population Reports. Series J: Family Planning Programs. Nov- Dec;(33):889-919. RH Training Materials
George, Annie. (1998). Differential Perspectives of Men and Women in Mumbai, India on Sexual Relations and Negotiations Within Marriage. Reproductive Health Matters. 6(12), November.
Gokova, Jonah K. (1998). Challenging Men to Reject Gender Stereotypes. Sexual Health Exchange. (2):1-3.
Goodyear, R.K., M.D. Newcomb, and R.D. Allison. (2000). Predictors of Latino Men’s Paternity in Teen Pregnancy: Test of a Mediational Model of Childhood Experiences, Gender Role Attitudes, and Behaviors. Journal of Counseling Psychology. 47(1):116-128, Jan..
Grady, William R. et.al. (1996). Men’s Perceptions of Their Roles and Responsibilities Regarding Sex, Contraception and Childrearing. Family Planning Perspectives, 28(5), September/October.
Gray, Edith. (2002). What do we know about men’s fertility levels in Australia? People and Place, v.10, no.4: 1-10.
Green, C.P. (1990). Male Involvement Programs in Family Planning: Lessons Learned and Implications for AIDS Prevention. [Unpublished] Mar 6. vi, 71 p.
Green, C.P. (1998). Reaching Young Men With Reproductive Health Programs. Washington, D.C. Pathfinder International, FOCUS on Young Adults, Dec.
Green, C.P. et al. (1995). Male Involvement in Reproductive Health, Including Family Planning and Sexual Health. United Nations Population Fund Technical Report.
Greene, Margaret E. (1998). Male Involvement in Reproductive Health: Translating Good Intentions Into Gender-Sensitive Programmes. [Unpublished]. Presented at Male Involvement in Reproductive and Sexual Health Programmes and Services, FAO-WHO-UNFPA, Rome, November 9-13. 36 p.
Greene, Margaret E., and Ann E. Biddlecom. (1997). Absent and Problematic Men: Demographic Accounts of Male Reproductive Roles. Washington, DC: The Population Council, Research Division Working Paper #103
Greig, Alan (2006). Sex and the Rights of Man. IDS Bulletin, 37(5), October (Institute of Development Studies).
Handelsman, David J. Male Contraception: Present and Future. On The Level, 4(2), Special Issue on Contraception
Hawkes, Sarah, and Graham Hart. (2000). Men’s Sexual Health Matters: Promoting reproductive health in an international context. Tropical Medicine and International Health 5(7), July, pp. A37-A44.
Helzner, J.F. (1996). Men’s Involvement in Family Planning. Reproductive Health Matters. May; (7):146-54.
HERA (Health, Empowerment, Rights & Accountability) Secretariat. (1997). (??) Men’s Role and Responsibility for Sexual and Reproductive Rights and Health, Action Sheet - Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Rights and Health. New York: International Women’s Health Coalition (4 pp.).
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Herrera, Ana A. (1998). Virginity in Mexico: The Role of Competing Discourses of Sexuality in Personal Experience. Reproductive Health Matters. 6(12), November.
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International Journal of Men’s Health, Vol. 3 Issue 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).
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James, D., and G. Russell. (1988). New Information About the New Man? Australian Journal of Sex, Marriage and the Family, Vol. 9, May.
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Karra, Mihira, Nancy Stark, and Joyce Wolf. (1997). Male Involvement in Family Planning: A Case Study Spanning Five Generations of a South Indian Family. Studies in Family Planning, 28(1), March.
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Khorram, Sarah, and Elisa Wells. (1997). Involving Men in Reproductive Health. Outlook, Vol. 14 No. 3, January.
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Laird, Jennifer. (1994). A Male Pill? Gender Discrepancies in Contraceptive Commitment. Feminism & Psychology, 4(3).
Landry, David J. and Camelo, Theresa M. (1994). Young Unmarried Men and Women Discuss Men’s Role in Contraceptive Practice. Family Planning Perspectives, 26(5), September/October
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Marcell, A. V., K. Plowden, and S. M. Bowman. (2005). Exploring older adolescents’ and young adults’ attitudes regarding male hormonal contraception: applications for clinical practice. Hum. Reprod., 20(11): 3078-3084.
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Marsiglio, William. (1998). Procreative Man. New York & London: New York
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Marsiglio, William. (2003). Making Males Mindful of Their Sexual and Procreative Identities: Using Self-Narratives in Field Settings. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, Vol. 35, No. 5, September/October.
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Moore, Lisa Jean, and Matthew Allen Schmidt. (1999). On the Construction of Male Differences: Marketing Variations in Technosemen. Men and Masculinities, 1(4), April.
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Mullany, B. C. (2006). Barriers to and attitudes towards promoting husbands’ involvement in maternal health in Katmandu, Nepal. Social Science & Medicine, 62(11): 2798-2809.
Mundigo, Axel I. (2000). Review Symposium: Re-conceptualizing the Role of Men in the Post-Cairo Era. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 2(3), July (plus commentaries by Sonia Corrêa, Daniel Maguire and Juan-Guillermo Figueroa-Perea).
Ndong, I., and W.R. Finger. (1998). Male Responsibility for Reproductive Health. Introduction. Network. Spring;18(3):4-6.
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Ortaylia, Nuriye, Aysen Bulutb, Metin Ozugurluc, and Muhtar Okard (2005). Why Withdrawal? Why Not Withdrawal? Men’s Perspectives. Reproductive Health Matters, Volume 13 Issue 25, May, pp. 164-173.
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19th edition, 2008, Canberra, Australia. ISBN 0 646 18088 6
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