MSA Meetings

Men’s Studies Association: 14th Annual Meeting

June 7, 2002 – Stony Point, NY Men Have a Long Way to Go…: The Crisis of Masculinity According to the Profeminist, Men’s Rights, and Mythopoetic Men’s Movements John Fox, University of Massachusetts-Amherst. ABSTRACT -Many scholars claim that there is a contemporary crisis of masculinity, in which men are confused as to what it means to be “real men.” In response to economic, geographical,

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Men’s Studies Association: 13th Annual Meeting

July 20, 2001 – University of Denver, Denver, CO Gay Stepfathers: Self-Perception of Their Role Lisa Current, Colorado State University and Jerry Bigner, Ph.D., Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO ABSTRACT – The purpose of this phenomenological study is to explore the roles that gay stepfathers play in their families; how they define and developed these roles and what has influenced them in this

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Men’s Studies Association: 10th Annual Meeting

August 6, 1998 – State University of New York at Stony Brook, New York. Studying Men & Masculinity within a Women’s & Gender Studies Curriculum John Landreau, Catherine Howey, Katherine D’Amora, Patricia DiTillio & Dan Datz, The College of New Jersey, Trenton, NJ Deviant Gender Labels and the Reproduction of Gender Hierarchies Rhonda Singer, Smith College, Smith College, Amherst, MA Fatherhood and the Limits

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Men’s Studies Association: 8th Annual Meeting

July 24, 1996. Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon Childhood Sexual Abuse in Men: The Long-term Effects on Adult Object Realations & Sexuality Peggy Thompson, Pvt. Practice, N.Y.C. My Life as a Mother Ethan Golgor, Independent Scholar, N.Y.C. Paternal Nurturance as a Function of the Current Relationship Between Adult-Son and Father Kostas Katsavdakis, a.b.d., Calif. School of Professional Psychology, San Diego What Really Happens

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