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Men's Gender Role Conflict

Psychological Costs, Consequences, and an Agenda for Change
  • ISBN-13: 9781433818189
  • Publisher: AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
    Imprint: AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
  • Author: O'Neil, James M.
  • Price: AUD $174.00
  • Stock: 0 in stock
  • Availability: This book is temporarily out of stock, order will be despatched as soon as fresh stock is received.
  • Local release date: 31/03/2015
  • Format: Hardback (229.00mm X 152.00mm) 400 pages Weight: 0g
  • Categories: Gender studies: men [JFSJ2]Psychology of gender [JMG]Social, group or collective psychology [JMH]
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Men's gender role conflict is a psychological state in which restrictive definitions of masculinity limit men's well-being and human potential. Gender role conflict (GRC) doesn't just harm boys and men, but also girls and women, transgendered people, and society at large. Extensive research relates men's GRC to myriad behavioral problems, including sexism, violence, homophobia, depression, substance abuse, and relationship issues. This book represents a call to action for researchers and practitioners, graduate students, and other mental healthcare professionals to confront men's GRC and reduce its harmful influence on individuals and society. James O'Neil is a pioneer in men's psychology who conceptualized GRC and created the Gender Role Conflict Scale. In this book, he combines numerous studies from renowned scholars in men's psychology with more than 30 years of his own clinical and research experience to promote activism and challenge the status quo. He describes multiple effects of men's GRC, including success, power, and competition issues restricted emotionality restricted affectionate behavior between men conflicts between men's work and family relations. O'Neil also explains when GRC can develop in a man's gender role journey, how to address it through preventative programs and therapy for boys and men, and what initiatives researchers and clinicians can pursue.
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