International Journal of Men's Health

International Journal of Men's Health is a magazine specializing in Men topics.

Articles from Vol. 8, No. 1, Spring

A Marked Man: Female-Perpetrated Intimate Partner Abuse
Concepts of intimate partner abuse and violence are shifting, complex, situational and multifaceted. Whilst women's narratives of abuse have provided much needed insights into the subjective experience of intimate partner abuse, men's accounts of female...
Eating Disorders in Men: A Community-Based Study
This study examines the prevalence of disordered eating attitudes and behaviors and their associations with socio-demographic characteristics, body weight and physical activity in a nationally representative sample of Canadian men. The study considers...
Errata
In O'Kane et al.'s contribution to IJMH's previous issue, (1) a systematic typesetting error produced a displacement of data in 4 tables. Correct tables are reproduced in toto below. (1) O'Kane, G.M., Craig, P., Black, D., & Thorpe, Ch. (2008)....
Mentally Pinioned: Men's Perceptions of Being Abused in Health Care
The aim of this article is to deepen the understanding of male patients' experiences of abuse in health care (AHC). Thirteen patients who had experienced AHC were interviewed using a Grounded Theory methodology. Three categories, "Crises of Confidence,"...
Perspectives on Muscle Dysmorphia
Muscle dysmorphia as a proposed psychiatric disorder has garnered attention in the general media and within the academic and scientific communities. Yet, while several models and theories have been proposed to explain its etiology, attributing muscle...
The Relationships between Masculinity Variables, Health Risk Behaviors and Attitudes toward Seeking Psychological Help
The purpose of this study was to directly compare traditional masculinity ideology, conformity to masculine norms, and gender role conflict to determine to what degree these masculinity variables are associated with self-reported risky health behaviors...
Toward a Gender-Inclusive Conception of Intimate Partner Violence Research and Theory: Part 2-New Directions
In an article previously published in this journal (Hamel, 2007) the author contradicted the patriarchal paradigm which has guided domestic violence research, intervention and policy for the past three decades. The current article critically examines...
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