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[[Image:Janssen0.jpg|frame|Diederik Janssen, MD]]'''Diederik Janssen, MD''' is a young (MD in 2001) critical analyst known not for his writings on medicine, but instead, anthropology and young masculinities. Janssen has compiled a [[Growing Up Sexually|large database]] of anthropological knowledge on the sexual upbringings of children in various cultures across the world.
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[[Image:Janssen0.jpg|frame|Diederik Janssen, MD]]'''Diederik Janssen, MD''' is a young (MD in 2001) critical analyst known not for his writings on medicine, but instead, anthropology and young masculinities. Janssen has compiled a [[Growing Up Sexually|large database]] of anthropological knowledge on the sexual upbringing of children in various cultures across the world.
  
A former student at Radboud University Nijmegen, Janssen is also credited as a (founding) editor of a number of journals on masculinity, including ''[[Thymos: Journal of Boyhood Studies]]'', which contains occasional commentary on boyhood sexualities.
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A former student at Radboud University, Nijmegen, Janssen is also credited as a (founding) editor of a number of journals on masculinity, including ''[[Thymos: Journal of Boyhood Studies]]'', which contains occasional commentary on boyhood sexualities.
  
 
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==External links==

Revision as of 05:11, 9 September 2009

Diederik Janssen, MD
Diederik Janssen, MD is a young (MD in 2001) critical analyst known not for his writings on medicine, but instead, anthropology and young masculinities. Janssen has compiled a large database of anthropological knowledge on the sexual upbringing of children in various cultures across the world.

A former student at Radboud University, Nijmegen, Janssen is also credited as a (founding) editor of a number of journals on masculinity, including Thymos: Journal of Boyhood Studies, which contains occasional commentary on boyhood sexualities.

External links

  • CV, Biblio, including other works on masculinity
  • Thymos - Journal currently managed by Janssen
  • GUS