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What are possible mechanisms for results

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19.What are possible mechanisms for results? 20. From the lecture slides on the Courtenay et al. article: What are examples of how masculinity is constructed via health behaviors? What are examples of how men from 7
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groups that have less power may construct masculinity? Know that dominant forms of masculinity have been associated with high levels of risk taking, poor health behaviors, and that this may help explain some health differences among marginalized groups. Examples of masculinity & health within the paradigm of this studyoNeed to assert that men’s bodies are structurally more efficient than women’s oAsking for help and caring for one’s health are feminineoThat the most powerful men among men are those for whom health and safety areirrelevantoRefusal to take sick leave from workoInsist that they need little sleepoBoast that drinking does not impair their drivingoDriving dangerouslyoRisky sportsChapter 5: Building Healthy Relationships and Understanding Sexuality 21.What are the four characteristics of intimate relationships? Know descriptions, not just the words themselves!4 Characteristics of Intimate Relationships: 22.Why are accountability and self-nurturance important? What about self-esteem and self-acceptance? Know definitions & examples of all of these.
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