Category Archives: The Codes

Meet Dr. Debi @ Vanguard University!

Hopeful Romantics unite at this unique workshop about the relationships between men and women in today’s culture. Married, engaged, dating, or single . . . Come experience the fun, laughter, and romance as a pair of Hopeful Romantics interpret Ephesians … Continue reading

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Breaking the ‘boy code’

The following was retrieved October 20, 2008 from http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2003/07/13/LV265081.DTL Breaking the ‘boy code’ New movement advocates adapting schools and society to what works for boys Ophelia has been revived, all right. In fact, a decade after the girls- empowerment movement … Continue reading

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Levant, Hirsch, Celentano, & Cozza (1992)

The following is an excerpt from Smith (2008): Levant’s “code of masculinity” is based on an earlier study (Levant, Hirsch, Celentano, & Cozza, 1992) of male norms and stereotypes in which he identified seven major American beliefs about men. Boys … Continue reading

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