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Masculinities and Male Engagement: Collegiate Male Engagement

A guide to direct users to helpful resources

Online Articles

Davis, T., & Laker, J. A. (2004). Connecting men to academic and student affairs programs and services. New Directions For Student Services, 2004(107), 47-57.

Harper, S. R. (2013). Five Things Student Affairs Administrators Can Do to Improve Success Among College Men of Color.

Harris, F. I., & Edwards, K. E. (2010). College Men's Experiences as Men: Findings and Implications from Two Grounded Theory Studies. Journal Of Student Affairs Research And Practice, 47(1), 43-62.

McGann, P. (2014). Current Practices and Challenges with Engaging Men on Campus. Campus Technical Assistance and Resource Project.

Utt, J. (2016). Here's What Is (And Isn't) Working in Men's Work on College Campuses.

Print Resources @ Copley Library

DiPrete, T.A. & Buchman, C. (2013). The rise of women : the growing gender gap in education and what it means for American schools. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.

Harper, S.R., & Harris III, F. (2010). College men and masculinities : theory, research, and implications for practice. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Laker, J. A., & Davis, T. (2011). Masculinities in higher education: Theoretical and practical considerations. New York: Routledge. Chapter 10, pages 161-176. Chapter title: Using How College Men Feel About Being Men and "Doing the Right Thing" to Promote Mens Development (AVAILABLE VIA SAN DIEGO CIRCUIT)

Print Resources @ Office of Ethical Development

Laker, J. & Davis, T. (2011). Masculinities in Higher Education: Theoretical and Practical Considerations. New York, NY: Routledge.