Thursday, April 27, 2017

AMSA Board Member Bob Minor – Surprised That There’s So Much Rape in the Military?

June 14, 2013 by  
Filed under AMSA Voices and Opinion

In 2012, 26,000 women and men reported sexual assault in the American military. We have no record of how much remains unreported. That’s only one year of victimization in what military brass admitted before Congress was a “cancer.” If it weren’t for the seven women on the Senate Armed Services Committee, I’d expect such reports […]

AMSA Board Member Daphne Watkins Concludes African-American Men Who Feel ‘In Control’ Less Likely to Experience Depressive Symptoms

May 25, 2011 by  
Filed under Current Men's Studies News

Regardless of life stage, a sense of mastery is an important predictor of positive mental health for African American men between ages 25 and 34, reports a new study by researchers who include AMSA board member and lead investigator Daphne Watkins, University of Michigan assistant professor of social work; and Darrell Hudson, postdoctoral fellow at […]

AMSA Board Member Bob Minor – When Can a Speaker of the House Cry?

January 1, 2011 by  
Filed under AMSA Voices and Opinion

Some are calling right-wing Ohio Republican John Boehner “The Weeper of the House,” as he strengthens his control over the US House of Representative’s agenda. New Speaker Boehner openly tears-up when he talks of his own working class background and his personal success in achieving “the American Dream.” Speculators say he’s mentally unstable or that […]