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Men’s Perceptions of their Pornography Consumption

Is viewing pornography a problem? In a new study, men who watch porn say it’s more beneficial than problematic. This paper addresses an important area of research. What was your inspiration? Technological
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Not Even Lads Like ‘Lad Mags’ These Days

Dr. Peter Hegarty discusses the ways in which ‘Lad Mags’ have influence young men’s perceptions of sexual violence and rape. In recent years, many once-popular lads’ mags titles have closed.
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Do Television’s Dads Make a Difference for New Fathers?

  Expectant fathers learn about fatherhood from television, moreso than expectant mothers learn about motherhood, says Dr. Patty Kuo.   Dimwit Homer Simpson, goofy Phil Murphy of Modern Family, and me
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What Does American Culture Say about Fatherhood?: A Reflection

Dr. Mitchell Hicks reflects on the media presentations of fathers and finds them mostly lacking. Fatherhood has been on my mind a lot recently. This past month has brought us Father’s Day with the usual barra
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Cross-Cultural and Gender Perspectives on War and Conflict in the Middle East

Taleb Khairallah discusses how misunderstandings between cultural groups can escalate conflict. Much of the conflict in the Middle East is sustained by historical and cultural factors that are confusing and dif