Founded in 1992, the Men’s Studies Press (MSP) was a small independent publisher dedicated to the dissemination and promotion of men’s studies scholars’ work.
"The Men’s Studies Press is committed to serving the men’s studies community and others by publishing scholarly materials; by creating and publishing timely special materials for unique men’s studies market niches; by responding promptly to all customers’ needs; by treating our internal and external corporate family with respect and fairness; by supporting professionals, teachers, and students who explore men’s lives and/or men’s issues; and, finally, by promoting values that honor and respect all."
Thank you for visiting the Men’s Studies Press Web Site.
Steve Robertson, editor
(Print, until 2014) (Online)
The Men's Studies Press has ceased publication of all journals, including The International Journal of Men’s Health.
Abstracting & Indexing Databases: Adis International Ltd.; CSA (ASSIA, PsycINFO); EBSCOhost; Elsevier (EMBASE, Scopus); E-psyche, Gale; H.W. Wilson; OCLC (PsycFIRST, PsycINFO); ProQuest (incl. GenderWatch); Google Scholar
Subscriptions: IJMH had a delayed open access subscription policy. All back content is now freely accessible.
Diederik Janssen, editor
ISSN (print, until 2013) (online)
Final issue: 8(2) (Fall 2016)
Abstracting & Indexing Databases: CSA (Sociological Abstracts, Priority); EBSCOhost (SocINDEX; SocINDEX with Full Text; TOC Premier; Women’s Studies International); OCLC (Sociological Abstracts, Priority); ProQuest (GenderWatch); Google Scholar
Subscriptions: CS&M had a delayed open access subscription policy until December 31, 2016. All back content is now freely accessible.
ISSN: (Print, until 2014) (Online)
Final volume: 13 (2015)
Final issue: 3 (Winter)
Abstracting & Indexing Databases: CSA (PsycINFO, Social Services Abstracts, Sociological Abstracts); EBSCOhost (many packages); E-psyche; Gale (many packages); H.W. Wilson (many packages); OCLC; ProQuest (many packages incl. GenderWatch); Google Scholar
ACCESS: The journal has been discontinued after issue 13(3), 2015. All back content is now freely accessible.