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TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER Page List of Diagrams, Charts and Tables Foreword Preface Acknowledgements 1 INTRODUCTION Background of the Problem Statement of the Problem Purpose of the Study Limitations of the Study 2 MASCULINE BIOLOGY Current Scientific Research Current Neurobiological Research Male Brain Structure The Role of Testosterone Implications for Thinking, Feeling, and Acting 3 MASCULINE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH THE LIFE CYCLE The Psychoanalytic Model The Jungian Masculine Development Model Levinson's Developmental Model Implications for Educating Late-Adolescent Boys 4 UNIQUELY MASCULINE ISSUES: THE MASCULINE WOUND Shaming as Wounding Masculine Wounding in the Literature Implications for Educating Late-Adolescent Boys 5 UNIQUELY MASCULINE ISSUES: MASCULINE INITIATION The Need for Initiation The Prerequisites of Initiation The Process of Initiation Implications for Educating Late-Adolescent Boys 6 UNIQUELY MASCULINE ISSUES: FINDING THE FATHER The Absent Father Father Hunger Reconnecting with the Father Implications for Educating Late-Adolescent Boys 7 ARCHETYPES OF A MATURE MASCULINE IDENTITY Moore and Gillette's Model of the Mature Masculine Archetypes Other Mature Masculine Archetypes Accessing the Archetypes Implications for Educating Late-Adolescent Boys 8 ENCOUNTERING THE FEMININE: SEXUALITY AND RELATIONSHIPS The Psychoanalytic View The Social Constructionist View The Essentialist View Implications for Educating Late-Adolescent Boys 9 MATTERS OF HEALTH AND SPIRITUALITY Masculine Gender Role Stress Syndrome How Modern Culture Teaches Males to Handle Pain Revisioning the Male Body Toward a Masculine Spirituality Men and Communitas Implications for Educating Late-Adolescent Boys 10 MATTERS OF MASCULINE DIVERSITY The Social Construction of Masculinity Homosexual Masculinities Masculinities of Color Implications for Educating Late-Adolescent Boys 11 THE BOARDING SCHOOL AS AN INITIATORY EXPERIENCE The Need for a Contemporary Rite of Passage Planning a Rite of Passage Implications for Educating Late-Adolescent Boys 12 SUMMARY AND DISCUSSION A Masculine Gender Studies Curriculum for Late Adolescent Boys: Structure and Key Concepts Implications for Future Research Conclusion APPENDIX A GURIAN - BRAIN GENDER DIFFERENCES APPENDIX B HALPERN-MALE AND FEMALE BRAIN DIFFERENCES APPENDIX C CURRICULUM LESSON PLANS AND MATERIALS REFERENCES Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Men -- Identity.
Boys -- Education -- Social aspects.