Men and Masculinities

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Beatty, C.C., McEderry, J.A., & Dorsette, J. (2019). Comprehensive initiatives and programs for college men. In D. Tillapaugh & B. McGowan (Eds). Men and Masculinities on Campus: Theoretical Foundations and Promising Practices. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.

Beatty, C.C. & McElderry, J. (2018). Black Men Thriving at Community Colleges: Implications for Leadership & Policy. In Ingram, T. & Coaxum, J. (Eds.), Engaging African American men in Community Colleges. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Beatty, C. & Tillapaugh, D. (2017). Masculinity, leadership, and liberatory pedagogy: Supporting men through leadership development and education. In P. Haber-Curran & D. Tillapaugh (Eds.). Critical Perspectives on Gender and Student Leadership. New Directions for Student Leadership Series, 154, 47-58.

Salinas, C. & Beatty, C. C. (2013). Constructing our own definition of masculinity: An intersectionality approach. In Z. Foste (Ed.), Looking Forward A Dialogue on College Men and Masculinities (pp. 24-29). Washington, D.C.: College Student Educators International (ACPA); Standing Committee on Men and Masculinities.