International Journal of Men's Health

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

Articles from Vol. 5, No. 2, Summer

Community-Based Strategies to Improve the Health of Mexican American Men
This article focuses on the barriers that dissuade Mexican American men from seeking health care using a focused ethnography of Mexican American men living in the Northwest United States. Also highlighted are community-based strategies that can be...
Conceiving Risk and Responsibility: A Qualitative Examination of Men's Experiences of Unintended Pregnancy and Abortion
Using in-depth interviews with 20 men involved in 30 abortions, this paper examines how men assign responsibility for the occurrence of unintended pregnancy and describe the decision-making process that led to the termination of a pregnancy they co-conceived....
Drug (Ab)use Research among Rural African American Males: An Integrated Literature Review
Little is known about the cultural norms and prevalence of drug use and abuse among rural African American males. Rural drug use research among males tends to focus on Native American, white, or diverse racial/ethnic samples of adolescents and, to...
Is Viagra Enough? Broadening the Conceptual Lens in Sex Therapy with (Heterosexual) Men: A Case Report
To the extent one equates male sexual satisfaction with unyielding erections and more enduring sexual performance, one cannot imagine a better historical era than one that offers the seemingly perfect medicinal answer to age-old male insecurities....
Male Voices on Body Image
This study examines male body image perceptions, motivations, and related behaviors through a qualitative approach. Eleven males between the ages of 18 and 25 participated in two semi-structured interviews. During the first interview, participants...
Measurement Suitability of the Center for Epidemiological Studies-Depression Scale among Older Urban Black Men
This study investigated the measurement suitability of the Center for Epidemiological Studies-Depression Scale (CED-S) when it was administered to older urban black men. This study used two samples of older black men in the Harlem Men's Health Study...
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