I am pleased to introduce the Autumn 2016 issue of Boyhood Studies, particularly
because it does an excellent job in honoring the broad scope of the
journal. Contributions tap into children’s literature, gender role research,
sex differences research, medical history, the sociology and social history of
sport, and folklore studies. Yet all contributions admirably show how any
strict insistence on the boundedness of these respective fields will fail in
doing full justice to the topics discussed.
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