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In-text: (Cormie et al., 2016)
Your Bibliography: Cormie, P., Oliffe, J., Wootten, A., Galvão, D., Newton, R. and Chambers, S. (2016). Improving psychosocial health in men with prostate cancer through an intervention that reinforces masculine values - exercise. Psycho-Oncology, 25(2), pp.232-235.
In-text: (Darabos and Hoyt, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Darabos, K. and Hoyt, M. (2017). Masculine norms about emotionality and social constraints in young and older adult men with cancer. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 40(2), pp.259-270.
In-text: (Eziefula, Grunfeld and Hunter, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Eziefula, C., Grunfeld, E. and Hunter, M. (2013). ‘You know I've joined your club… I'm the hot flush boy’: a qualitative exploration of hot flushes and night sweats in men undergoing androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 22(12), pp.2823-2830.
In-text: (Flowers et al., 2013)
Your Bibliography: Flowers, P., Langdridge, D., Gough, B. and Holliday, R. (2013). On the Biomedicalisation of the Penis: The Commodification of Function and Aesthetics. International Journal of Men's Health, 12(2), pp.121-137.
In-text: (Karoski, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Karoski, S. (2011). Has the Health System Failed Men? The Perceptions of the Men's Movement on Men's Health in Australia. International Journal of Men's Health, 10(1), pp.45-64.
In-text: (Kong, Deatrick and Bradway, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Kong, E., Deatrick, J. and Bradway, C. (2017). Men’s experiences after prostatectomy: A meta-synthesis. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 74, pp.162-171.
In-text: (MacLean et al., 2014)
Your Bibliography: MacLean, A., Hunt, K., Gray, C., Smillie, S. and Wyke, S. (2014). How Do Men's Female Relatives Feature in Their Accounts of Changing Eating Practices During a Weight-Management Programme Delivered Through Professional Football Clubs?. International Journal of Men's Health, 13(2), pp.121-138.
In-text: (Mróz, Oliffe and Davison, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Mróz, L., Oliffe, J. and Davison, B. (2013). Masculinities and patient perspectives of communication about active surveillance for prostate cancer. Health Psychology, 32(1), pp.83-90.
In-text: (Nahon and Lander, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Nahon, D. and Lander, N. (2010). The Effectiveness of Gender Role Re-Evaluation and Non-Gender-Focused Group Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Recently Separated Men. International Journal of Men's Health, 9(2), pp.102-125.
In-text: (Oliffe, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Oliffe, J. (2015). Three Key Notes from My Address at the Men, Health and Wellbeing Conference. International Journal of Men's Health, 14(3), pp.204-213.
In-text: (Oliffe et al., 2009)
Your Bibliography: Oliffe, J., Ogrodniczuk, J., Bottorff, J., Hislop, T. and Halpin, M. (2009). Connecting humor, health, and masculinities at prostate cancer support groups. Psycho-Oncology, 18(9), pp.916-926.
In-text: (Peerson and Saunders, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Peerson, A. and Saunders, M. (2011). Men's Health Literacy in Australia: In Search of a Gender Lens. International Journal of Men's Health, 10(2), pp.111-135.
In-text: (Robinson and Robertson, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Robinson, M. and Robertson, S. (2010). The Application of Social Marketing to Promoting Men's Health: A Brief Critique. International Journal of Men's Health, 9(1), pp.50-61.
In-text: (Rosenfeld, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Rosenfeld, D. (2010). MEN'S HEALTH: BODY, IDENTITY AND SOCIAL CONTEXT. International Journal of Men's Health, 9(1), pp.82-86.
In-text: (Scott-Samuel, Crawshaw and Oakley, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Scott-Samuel, A., Crawshaw, P. and Oakley, A. (2018). "Men Behaving Badly": Patriarchy, Public Policy and Health Inequalities. International Journal of Men's Health, 14(3), pp.250-258.
In-text: (Sharpley, Bitsika and Denham, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Sharpley, C., Bitsika, V. and Denham, J. (2014). Factors associated with feelings of loss of masculinity in men with prostate cancer in the RADAR trial. Psycho-Oncology, 23(5), pp.524-530.
In-text: (Snipes et al., 2015)
Your Bibliography: Snipes, S., Constant, T., Trumble, B., Goodreau, S. and Morrison, D. (2015). Masculine Perspectives about Work and Family Concurrently Promote and Inhibit Men's Healthy Behaviors. International Journal of Men's Health, 14(1), pp.1-20.
In-text: (Whynes and Sach, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Whynes, D. and Sach, T. (2016). Sex, benevolence and willingness to pay for screening. International Journal of Social Economics, 43(10), pp.982-997.
In-text: (Wootten et al., 2017)
Your Bibliography: Wootten, A., Meyer, D., Abbott, J., Chisholm, K., Austin, D., Klein, B., McCabe, M., Murphy, D. and Costello, A. (2017). An online psychological intervention can improve the sexual satisfaction of men following treatment for localized prostate cancer: outcomes of a Randomised Controlled Trial evaluating My Road Ahead. Psycho-Oncology, 26(7), pp.975-981.
In-text: (Yu Ko et al., 2010)
Your Bibliography: Yu Ko, W., Degner, L., Hack, T. and Schroeder, G. (2010). Penile length shortening after radical prostatectomy: Men's responses. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 14(2), pp.160-165.
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