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The purpose of this constructivist inquiry was to explore the impact of socially prescribed gender roles on college men identity development. Ten White, traditionally-aged students were interviewed… (More)
This chapter identifies significant barriers to developing effective programs and services for men and offers a framework for addressing this growing problem.
BACKGROUND The alpha6beta4 integrin and its ligand, laminin-5, are essential gene products for the maintenance and remodeling of a stratified epithelium. Apparent loss of polarized alpha6beta4… (More)
Mycobacterial fractions, some of which are associated with the cell envelope of Mycobacterium avium serovar 4, were assessed for their ability to affect various immunological functions of human… (More)
The alpha(6) integrin is a 140-kDa (nonreduced) laminin receptor. We have identified a novel 70-kDa (nonreduced) form of the alpha(6) integrin called alpha(6)p for the latin word parvus, meaning… (More)
To investigate the effectiveness of a socialization-focused rape prevention program designed specifically for college fraternity men, 90 greek male participants (mean age 19.6; 95.6% Caucasian) were… (More)
Foreword, Dr. Jane Fried Introduction, Tracy Davis and Jason Laker Section A: Theoretical and Historical Perspectives, Section Editor, Jason Laker 1. Mapping Guyland in College, Michael Kimmel &… (More)
This chapter explores obstacles to and strategies for developing social justice attitudes and actions with men.
Lipid fractions obtained from Mycobacterium avium serovar 8 were assessed for the ability to affect various immune functions of human peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBM). Lipids included a total… (More)
The authors explore the relationships between social justice attitudes and actions, the social construction of identity, and cognitive development.