Growing men's health: Broadening the conceptual and practical agenda
Scott, John, Dowsett, Gary W, & Minichiello, Victor (2010) Growing men's health: Broadening the conceptual and practical agenda. Health Sociology Review: The Journal of the Health Section of the Australian Sociological Association, 19(4), pp. 403-408.
It still surprises those of us working on men’s issues that it has taken so long to realise – and that there is so little real grassroots support and advocacy for – men’s health as a legitimate domain in public health. The men’s movement – such as it is (see Connell 2005/1995) – goes back to the late 1970s; the gay men’s movement started earlier and the gay men’s health movement has been better organised and articulated since then (if one understands and concedes the central place that HIV/AIDS has taken during the last 28 years). What men’s health will become, what it will include, redefine and incorporate in the next ten years is interesting to consider.
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