J Matthews

Creighton G*, Matthews J, Oliffe J, Saewyc E. (2016). “Dulling the edges”: Young men’s use of alcohol to deal with grief following the death of a male friend. Health Education & Behavior. 43(1): 54-60.

The death of a male friend can be challenging for men because expressions of grief can be governed and restrained by dominant ideals of masculinity. It is common for young men to engage in health risk practices, such as alcohol overuse, to deal with feelings of sadness. This qualitative study investigated the ways that young […]

Rivers R, Saewyc E, MacKay L, Roelefson D, Matthews J, Creighton G, Oliffe J. (2013). Masculinities and marginalized young men’s patterns of accessing health services.

Poster presented at the 45th annual meeting of the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine, March 13-16, Atlanta, Georgia.

Saewyc E, Carlson S, Konishi C, Drozda C, Matthews J, Kaiser C, DeLongis A. (2013). Intersections of stigma among adolescents: Development and evaluation of a non-specific, multidimensional stigma measure.

Poster presented at the 45th annual meeting of the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine, held March 13-16, Atlanta, Georgia.

Creighton, G., Matthews, J., Oliffe, J., Butterwick, S., & Saewyc, E. (2011). “Picturing masculinity: Young men’s health/risk practices following the death of a friend.”

Paper presented at the Canadian Public Health Association annual meeting, June 2011, Montreal Quebec.

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