research survey on asian american masculinity

Over the last few years, I've gotten quite a few requests from Asian American grad students asking me to post online surveys for various research studies they're conducting... half of those seem to be some kind of study on issues of Asian American masculinity. It's a popular subject, I guess. Or rather, there's a need to explore the topic much further. Anyway, here's another one. Mark H. Chae, PhD, an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at Rutgers, is investigating the construct of masculinity among Asian American men. The hope is to learn more about the psychological factors related to gender role conflict, conformity to male norms, and ethnic identity. If you'd like to help Mark out, participate in the survey here. It'll take about 30 minutes of your time.

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