Psychology of Men and Masculinity
One hundred seventy-nine Chinese Canadian adolescents completed measures of male gender role conflict, culturally specific coping strategies, and psychological distress. Structural equation results demonstrate that Avoidance Coping and Engagement Coping mediated the relationship between all aspects of male gender role conflict, with the exception of Restricted Affectionate Behavior Between Men and psychological distress. Implications for counseling practice, further research, and the psychology of men are discussed. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)
Webster, Stephan R.; Kuo, B.C.H; and Vogel, David A.. (2006). Multicultural coping: Chinese-Canadian adolescents, male gender role conflict, and psychological distress. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 7 (2), 83-100.