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Mike A. Males

Mike A. Males
Born 1950
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Occupation Author, university professor, social issue researcher, writer
Nationality American
Genre Nonfiction
Subject Sociology, Youth studies
Website
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Mike A. Males (born 1950) is an American University of California, Santa Cruz, where he taught Sociology of Men and California Youth in Transition.

Males wrote Scapegoat Generation, a book that analyzes statistics to dispel myths about young people in the 1990s.

Publications

  • Teenage Sex and Pregnancy: Modern Myths, Unsexy Realities (Praeger, 2010),
  • Kids and Guns (Common Courage Press, 2001),
  • The Scapegoat Generation: America's War On Adolescents (1996),
  • Framing Youth: 10 Myths About The Next Generation (Common Courage Press, 1999)
  • Smoked: Why Joe Camel Is Still Smiling (Common Courage Press, 1999).
  • "What Do Student Drug Use Surveys Really Mean?" (Journal of School Health, January 2005),
  • "The New Demons: Ordinary Teens" (Los Angeles Times, April, 2002)
  • "Wrong Way for Teen Drivers" (Los Angeles Times, January, 2008).

References

  1. ^ Shawn Hubler (22 January 2006). "The Boomer Buster; Who is Mike Males, and why is he saying those awful things about people of a certain age?".  

External links

  • Official website
  • YouthFacts.org – Mike Males directs this project.
  • Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice
  • "What do student drug use surveys really mean?"
  • "The New Demons: Ordinary Teens"


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