Table of contents for Crossing into manhood : a men's studies curriculum / Christopher P. Mason.

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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.
Masculinity.
Boys -- Education -- Social aspects.