Books and book chapters

Books

Fileborn, B. (2016). Reclaiming the night-time economy: Unwanted sexual attention in pubs and clubs. United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.

Jones, T. M., Takayama, K., Posthausen, G., Carter, K., Landrigan, B., Bennell, D., Ahoy, C., Parkinson, C., & Wallace, C. (2016). Improving services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students: A critical study. New York: Nova.

Jones, T., Hart, B., Carpenter, M., Ansara, G., Leonard, W., & Lucke, J. C. (2016). Intersex: Stories and statistics from Australia. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers.

Jones, T. W. (2013). Sexual politics in the Church of England, 1857-1957. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 218.

Yeatman, A., Dowsett, G. W., Fine, M., & Gursansky, D. (2009). Individualization and the delivery of welfare services. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 279.

McCoy, B. (2008). Holding men: Kanyirninpa and the health of aboriginal men. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press, pp. 296pp.

Bennett, L. R. (2005). Maidenhood, Islam and modernity: Single women, sexuality and reproductive health in contemporary Indonesia. London & New York: Routledge/Curzon.

Manderson, L., & Bennett, L. R. (2003). Violence against women in Asian societies. London; New York: Routledge Curzon, pp. 194.

Rosenthal, D. A., & Feldman, S. S. (2002). Talking sexuality: Parent-adolescent communication. (Vol. 97). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, pp. 117.

Traustadóttir, R., & Johnson, K. (2000). Women with intellectual disabilities: Finding a place in the world. London: Jessica Kingsley, pp. 303.

White, D. G., & Pitts, M. K. (1997). Health promotion with young people for the prevention of substance misuse. Health Education Authority.

Dowsett, G. W. (1996). Practicing desire: Homosexual sex in the era of AIDS. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Moore, S. M., Rosenthal, D. A., & Mitchell, A. (1996). Youth, AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases. London: Routledge, pp. 175.

Kippax, S., Connell, R. W., Dowsett, G. W., & Crawford, J. (1993). Sustaining safe sex: Gay communities respond to AIDS. London: Falmer Press.

Moore, S. M., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1993). Sexuality in adolescence. London: Routledge.

Connell, R. W., Ashenden, D. J., Kessler, S., & Dowsett, G. W. (1982). Making the difference: Schools, families and social division. Sydney: George Allen & Unwin.

Book Sections

Jones, T., & Lasser, J. (2017). School Psychology with Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, and Questioning (GLBTIQ) Youth. In M. Thielking & M. Terjesen (Eds.), Handbook On Australian School Psychology: Bridging the Gaps in International Research, Practice, and Policy. Dordrecht: Springer.

Bell, S., & Aggleton, P. (2016). Interpretive and ethnographic perspectives: Alternative approaches to monitoring and evaluation practice. In S. Bell & P. Aggleton (Eds.), Monitoring evaluation in health and social development: Interpretive and ethnographic perspectives. (pp. 1-14). London and New York: Routledge.

Dyson, S., & Corboz, J. (2016). Prevention of violence against women in the Australian sports entertainment industry: Disentangling tensions between culture change and brand protection in the AFL. In M. Drummond & S. Pill (Eds.), Advances in Australian Football: A sociological and applied science exploration of the game. Hindmarsh, South Australia: The Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER).

Fileborn, B., Jones, T., & Minichiello, V. (2016). Identity, sexuality and stigma in multigenerational households: Perspectives from LGBT household members. In E. Lieu & H. Easthope (Eds.), Multigenerational Family Living Evidence and Policy Implications from Australia. Routledge.

Fileborn, B. (2016). Queering safety: LGBTIQ young adults' production of safety and identity on a night out. In A. Dwyer, M. Ball & T. Crofts (Eds.), Queering Criminology. (pp. 183-203): Palgrave Macmillan.

Fileborn, B., Thorpe, R., Hawkes, G., Minichiello, V., Pitts, M. K., & Dune, T. (2016). Sex, desire and pleasure: Considering the experiences of older Australian women. In W. P. Bouman & P. J. Kleinplatz (Eds.), Sexuality and Ageing. Oxford, UK: Routledge.

Islam, M. S., Scott, J., & Minichiello, V. (2016). Children's experiences of living with HIV-positive parents within the family context of Bangladesh. In P. Liamputtong (Ed.), Children and Young People Living with HIV/AIDS: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. (pp. 43-64). Switzerland: Springer.

Jones, T., & Hillier, L. (2016). The Australian context: Turning research into policies, policies into research. In S. Horn (Ed.), Sexual orientation, gender identity, and schooling: The nexus of research, practice and policy. (pp. 289-309). New York: Oxford University Press.

Jones, T., & Hillier, L. (2016). Bisexual students: Policies and practices. In M. Palotta-Chiarolli (Ed.), Bisexuality in education: Erasure, exclusion and the absence of intersectionality. (pp. 51-71). London: Routledge. 2015 Winner of Fourth Annual Bisexual Book Awards - Bisexual Non-Fiction.

Jones, T. (2016). Female-to-male (FtM) transgender employees in Australia. In T. Köllen (Ed.), Sexual orientation and transgender issues in organizations - Global perspectives on LGBT workforce diversity. (pp. 101-116). Vienna: Springer.

Jones, T. (2016). Framing sexuality education discourses for programs and practice. In J. J. Ponzetti (Ed.), Evidence-based approaches to sexuality education: A global perspective. (pp. 33-51). New York: Routledge.

Jones, T. (2016). Lesbians and gays in education. In P. Gerber (Ed.), Worldwide Perspective on Gays, Lesbians and Bisexuals: History, Culture and Law. New York: Praeger Press.

Thorpe, R., Fileborn, B., Hawkes, G., Pitts, M. K., & Minichiello, V. (2016). Old and desirable: Older women's accounts of ageing bodies in intimate relationships. In W. P. Bouman & P. J. Kleinplatz (Eds.), Sexuality and Ageing. Oxford, UK: Routledge.

Barrett, C., Whyte, C., Comfort, J., Lyons, A., & Crameri, P. (2015). Social connection, relationships and older lesbian and gay people. In W. Bouman & P. Kleinplatz (Eds.), Sexuality and Ageing. London, United Kingdom: Routledge.

Forlini, C., Racine, E., Partridge, B., & Lucke, J. C. (2015). Popular media and bioethics scholarship: Sharing responsibility for portrayals of cognitive enhancement with prescription medications. In J. Clausen & N. Levy (Eds.), Handbook of neuroethics. (pp. 1473-1486). Dordrecht: Springer.

Hurley, M. (2015). We're not all straight in the garden state. In S. Blackman (Ed.), Breaking out: Memories of Melbourne in the 1970s. Sydney: Hale and Iremonger.

Jensen, C., Partridge, B., Forlini, C., Hall, W., & Lucke, J. C. (2015). Cognitive enhancement down under: An Australian perspective. In F. Jotterand & V. Dubljevc (Eds.), Cognitive enhancement: Ethical and policy implications in international perspectives. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Latham, J. R., & Barrett, C. (2015). Robert, a 55 year old intersex man. In D. Hardy (Ed.), BOLD: Stories from older lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender & intersex people. (pp. 164-170). Panton Hill: Rag and Bone Man Press.

Lucke, J. C., Partridge, B., Racine, E., & Forlini, C. (2015). Using neuropharmaceuticals for cognitive enhancement: Policy and regulatory issues. In J. Clausen & N. Levy (Eds.), Handbook of neuroethics. (pp. 1085-1100). Dordrecht: Springer.

McNally, S., Grierson, J., & Hidayana, I. M. (2015). Belonging, community and identity: Gay men in Indonesia. In L. R. Bennett & S. G. Davies (Eds.), Sex and sexualities in contemporary Indonesia: Sexual politics, health, diversity and representations. (pp. 203-219). Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge.

Scott, J., Minichiello, V., & Meenagh, J. (2015). Male escorts in Australia. In P. Aggleton & R. Parker (Eds.), Men who sell sex: Global perspectives. (pp. 250-270): Routledge. Not on ARCSHS' list.

Scott, J., Macphail, C., & Minichiello, V. (2015). Telecommunications impacts on the structure and organisations of the male sex industry. In P. Maginn & C. Steinmetz (Eds.), (Sub)Urban sexscapes: Geographies and regulation of the sex industry. (pp. 81-100). London: Routledge.

Brown, G. (2014). Harnessing community mobilisation. In J. Rule (Ed.), Through our eyes: Thirty years of people living with HIV responding to the HIV and AIDS Epidemics in Australia. (pp. 94-96). Sydney: National Association of People Living with HIV Australia. Under review in mypublications.

Gahan, L., Jones, T., & Hillier, L. (2014). An unresolved journey: Religious discourse and same-sex attracted and gender questioning young people. In R. L. Piedmont & A. Village (Eds.), Research in the social scientific study of religion. (Vol. 25, pp. 202-229). Leiden, Boston: Brill.

Hurley, M. (2014). We were rocking and reeling. In J. Rule (Ed.), Through our eyes: Thirty years of people living with HIV responding to the HIV and AIDS epidemics in Australia. (pp. 63-67). Sydney: National Association of People Living with HIV Australia.

Jones, T. W., & Harris, A. (2014). Historicizing 'modern' love and romance. In T. W. Jones & A. Harris (Eds.), Love and romance in Britain, 1918-1970. (pp. 1-19). Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Jones, T. W. (2014). Love, honour and obey? Romance, subordination and marital subjectivity in interwar Britain. In T. W. Jones & A. Harris (Eds.), Love and romance in Britain, 1918-1970. (pp. 124-143). Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lyons, A. (2014). Resilience in lesbians and gay men: Findings from an Australian nationwide online survey. In H. Periera & P. Costa (Eds.), Coming out for LGBT psychology. (pp. 286-293). Lisbon, Portugal: International Academy of LGBT Psychology and Related Fields.

Minichiello, V., & Scott, J. (2014). Conclusion: Future directions in male sex work research. In V. Minichiello & J. Scott (Eds.), Male sex work and society. (pp. 462-469). New York, NY, USA: Harrington Park Press.

Minichiello, V., Dune, T., Disogra, C., & Mariño, R. (2014). Male sex work from Latin American perspectives. In V. Minichiello & J. Scott (Eds.), Male sex work and society. (pp. 362-395). New York, NY, USA: Harrington Park Press.

Power, J. (2014). Change through collaboration: Gay activism and HIV/AIDS in Australia. In A. Blunden (Ed.), Collaborative projects: An interdisciplinary study. (pp. 239-260). Leiden: Brill.

Scott, J., Callander, D., & Minichiello, V. (2014). Clients of male sex workers. In V. Minichiello & J. Scott (Eds.), Male sex work and society. (pp. 150-177). New York, NY, USA: Harrington Park Press.

Scott, J., & Minichiello, V. (2014). Introduction: Reframing male sex work. In V. Minichiello & J. Scott (Eds.), Male sex work and society. (pp. xii-xxvii). New York, NY, USA: Harrington Park Press.

Angelides, S. (2013). The queer intervention. In D. E. Hall, A. Jagose, A. Bebell & S. Potter (Eds.), The Routledge queer reader. (pp. 60-73). London and New York: Routledge.

Angelides, S. (2013). The uncanny sexual child. In I. Haertel (Ed.), Erogene Gefahrenzonen: Aktuelle Produktionen des (infantilen) Sexuellen (Erogenous Danger Zones: Effective Productions of the (Infantile) Sexual). (pp. 105-121). Berlin: Kulturverlag Kadmos.

Dowsett, G. W. (2013). A personal reflection on Dennis Altman's Homosexual. In C. D'Cruz & M. Pendleton (Eds.), After Homosexual. (pp. 84-88). Crawley, Western Australia: The University of Western Australia.

Hall, W., & Lucke, J. C. (2013). Drug decriminalization and legalization. In P. M. Miller (Ed.), Interventions for Addiction: Comprehensive Addictive Behaviors and Disorders. (pp. 689-696). San Diego: Elsevier/Academic Press.

Jones, T. W. (2013). Moral welfare and social wellbeing: The Church of England and the emergence of modern homosexuality. In S. Morgan & L. Delap (Eds.), Men, Masculinities, and Religious Change in Britain since 1900. (pp. 197-217). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Leonard, W. (2013). Altman on Halperin: Politics versus aesthetics in the constitution of the male homosexual. In C. D'Cruz & M. Pendleton (Eds.), After Homosexual. (pp. 193-204). Crawley, Western Australia: The University of Western Australia.

Minichiello, V., Callander, D., & Scott, J. (2013). Recruiting, sampling and data collection with difficult populations: Clients of male sex workers. SAGE Research Methods Cases. London: SAGE Publications, Ltd.

Wainberg, M. L., Bux, D., Carballo-Dieguez, A., Dowsett, G. W., Dugan, T., Forstein, M., Goodkin, K., Hunter, J., Irwin, T., Mattos, P., McKinnon, K., O'Leary, A., Parsons, J., & Stein, E. (2013). Science and the nuremberg code: A question of ethics and harm. Ex-Gay Research: Analyzing the Spitzer Study and its Relation to Science, Religion, Politics, and Culture. (pp. 193-200).

Buchanan, H., Frank, R., Couch, M., & Amos, A. (2012). The re/making of men and penile modification. In L. Manderson (Ed.), Technologies of sexuality, identity and sexual health. (pp. 73-94). London and New York: Rouledge.

Kashima, Y., Kashima, E. S., Bain, P., Lyons, A., Tindale, R., Robins, G., & Whelan, J. (2012). Communication and essentialism: Grounding the shared reality of a social category. In M. Drogosz, M. Bilewicz & M. Kofta (Eds.), Beyond Stereotypes: Dehumanization and Essentialism in Group Perception. Warsaw, Poland: Scholar.

Leonard, W., Duncan, D., & Barrett, C. (2012). What a difference a gay makes: The constitution of the "older gay man". In A. Kampf, B. L. Marshall & A. Petersen (Eds.), Aging Men, Masculinities and Modern Medicine. (pp. 105-120). London and New York: Routledge.

Sandy, L. (2012). International politics, anti-trafficking measures and sex work in Cambodia. In M. Ford, L. Lyons & W. van Schendel (Eds.), Labour Migration and Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia: Critical perspectives. (pp. 41-56). London and New York: Routledge.

Couch, M. (2011). Finding pleasure in the culinary memoir: Cultivating appetites for food, identity and sex. In S. Chaudhuri & R. B. Chatterjee (Eds.), The Writer's Feast: Food and the Cultures of Representation. (pp. 81-91). Delhi: Orient BlackSwan.

Gahan, L. (2011). The ins and out of marriage (and divorce). In V. Marsh (Ed.), Speak Now: Australian perspectives on same-sex marriage. (pp. 61-69). Melbourne: Clouds of Magellan Press.

Heywood, W., & Smith, A. M. A. (2011). Changing sexual behaviour in Australia. In D. Russell, D. Bradford & C. Fairley (Eds.), Sexual Health Medicine. (2nd ed., pp. 13-20). Melbourne: IP Communications.

Hurley, M. (2011). When HIV is endemic amongst gay men. In Y. Small & G. Willett (Eds.), Out Here: Gay and Lesbian Perspectives VI. (pp. 120-134). Clayton: Monash University Publishing.

Jones, T., & Hillier, L. (2011). On my 50 year anniversary I want a letter from the queen. In V. Marsh (Ed.), Speak Now: Australian perspectives on same-sex marriage. (pp. 84-96). Melbourne: Clouds of Magellan.

Jones, T. (2011). Tying the K(NOT)! In V. Marsh (Ed.), Speak Now: Australian perspectives on same-sex marriage. (pp. 105-111). Melbourne: Clouds of Magellan.

McNally, S. (2011). Cau tao HIV tai Viet Nam (Constructing HIV in Vietnam). In H. Luong (Ed.), HIỆN ĐẠI VÀ ĐỘNG THÁI CỦA TRUYỀN THỐNG Ở VIỆT NAM: NHỮNG CÁCH TIẾP CẬN NHÂN HỌC (Modernities and Dynamics of Tradition in Vietnam: Anthropological Approaches). (pp. 501-520): National University of Vietnam-HCMC Press.

Bigby, C., & Frawley, P. (2010). Social work practice and intellectual disability. In J. Campling (Ed.), BASW practical social work. (pp. 238). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Carballo-Diéguez, A., Ventuneac, A., Bauermeister, J., Dowsett, G. W., Dolezal, C., Remien, R. H., Balan, I., & Rowe, M. S. (2010). 'Bareback' - definitions and identity: Constructs' limitation for HIV-prevention research. In P. Aggleton & R. Parker (Eds.), Routledge handbook on sexuality, health and rights. (pp. 202-212). London and New York: Routledge. 48.

Couch, M. (2010). Transgender self-identification, disjunctions with clinical and theoretical accounts, and the illuminating potential of queer. In B. Scherer (Ed.), Queering Paradigms. (pp. 65-77). Oxford: Peter Lang.

Dowsett, G. W. (2010). Dancing with daemons: Desire and the improvisation of pleasure. In P. Aggleton & R. Parker (Eds.), Routledge handbook on sexuality, health and rights. (pp. 264-270). London and New York: Routledge.

Hurley, M. (2010). HIV, Sexual Health and Contemporary Gay Cultures (VIH, santé sexuelle et cultures gaies contemporaines). In O. Jablonski, J.-Y. Le Talec & G. Sidéris (Eds.), La santé gaie. (pp. 117-142). Paris: Éditions Peppers.

McCoy, B. (2010). Contested sites: Aboriginal health engaging Western medicine. In E. B. Coleman & K. White (Eds.), Medicine, Religion and the Body. (Vol. II, pp. 17-26). Leiden, Boston: Brill.

Slavin, S., & Ellard, J. (2010). Substance, kinship and the meaning of unprotected sex among gay men in Australia. In D. A. Feldman (Ed.), AIDS, Culture and Gay Men. (pp. 296). Gainseville, FL: University Press of Florida.

Angelides, S. (2009). The homosexualization of the pedophile. In D. Murray (Ed.), Homophobias: Lust and loathing across time and space. (pp. 64-81). Durham: Duke University Press.

Dowsett, G. W. (2009). The "Gay Plague" revisited: AIDS and its enduring moral panic. In G. Herdt (Ed.), Moral panics, sex panics: Fear and the fight over sexual rights. (pp. 130-156). New York and London: New York University Press.

Dyson, S. (2009). Fair game: Women's safety and inclusion in Australian football. In N. Kara (Ed.), Gender at the Crossroads: Multi-disciplinary Perspectives. 3rd Annual Conference on Women's Studies. (pp. 459-466). Famagusta, North Cyprus: emupress.

Flood, M. (2009). Bent straights: Diversity and flux among heterosexual men. In E. H. Oleksy (Ed.), Intimate Citizenships: Gender, Subjectivity, Politics. Routledge (Also in Tozsamosc I Obywatelstwo W Spoleczenstwie Wielokulturowym. Ed. E.H. Oleksy. Polish Scientific Publishers).

Flood, M., Pease, B., Taylor, N., & Webster, K. (2009). Reshaping attitudes towards violence against women. In E. Stark & E. Buzawa (Eds.), Violence Against Women in Families and Relationships: Volume 4, The Media and Cultural Attitudes. Praeger.

Richmond, J. A. (2009). The role of the health care team. In G. Dore, M. Temple-Smith & A. Lloyd (Eds.), Hepatitis C: An Expanding Perspective. Melbourne: IP Communications.

Walker, L., Flood, M., & Webster, K. (2009). Violence against women: A key determinant of health and well-being 2nd edition. In H. Keleher & C. MacDougall (Eds.), Understanding Health: A Determinants Approach. (2nd ed., pp. 352-365). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Wallace, J., & Temple-Smith, M. J. (2009). Elements of a co-ordinated response. In G. Dore, M. J. Temple-Smith & A. Lloyd (Eds.), Hepatitis C: An Expanding Perspective. (pp. 386-399). Melbourne: IP Communications.

Yeatman, A., & Dowsett, G. W. (2009). Service delivery and hiv-positive gay men: Pre- and post-advent of highly active antiretroviral treatment (HAART). Individualization and the Delivery of Welfare Services. (pp. 187-209). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Angelides, S. (2008). "The continuing homosexual offensive": Sex education, gay rights, and homosexual recruitment. In S. Robinson (Ed.), Homophobia: An Australian History. (pp. 172-192). Annandale: Federation Press.

Bennett, L. R. (2008). Poverty, opportunity and purity in paradise: Women working in Lombok's tourist hotels. In M. Ford & L. Parker (Eds.), Women and work in Indonesia. (pp. 82-103). London: Routledge.

Flood, M. (2008). Engaging men: Strategies and dilemmas in violence prevention education among men. In A. Barnard, N. Horner & J. Wild (Eds.), Value Base of Social Work and Social Care: An Active Learning Handbook. (pp. 129-144). New York, New York: Open University Press.

Flood, M., & Hamilton, C. (2008). Mapping homophobia in Australia. In S. Robinson (Ed.), Homophobia: An Australian History. (pp. 16-38). Leichhardt, New South Wales: Federation Press.

Howat, P., Brown, G., Burns, S., & McManus, A. (2008). Use of the PRECEDE-PROCEED Framework to guide planning and evaluation for health promotion. In S. J. P. Liamputtong (Ed.), Population health, communities and health promotion. Sydney: Oxford Press.

Huffam, S., Haber, P., Wallace, J., & Bradford, D. (2008). Talking with the patient: Risk assessment and history-taking. In D. Bradford, G. Dore, A. Grulich, J. Hoy, M. Kidd, R. McCoy, G. Matthews, A. Mijch & S. Strasser (Eds.), HIV, viral hepatitis and STIs a guide for primary care. (pp. 38-45). Sydney: Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM).

Lyons, A., Clark, A., Kashima, Y., & Kurz, T. (2008). Cultural dynamics of stereotyping: Social networks processes and the perpetuation of stereotypes. In K. F. Y. Kashima, P. Freytag (Ed.), Stereotype dynamics: Language-based approaches to the formation, maintenance, and transformation of stereotypes. (pp. 59-42). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Marshall, D. (2008). Homophobic bullying and human rights: Non-deficit approaches in queer youth wellbeing policy and practice. In C. Newell & B. Offord (Eds.), Activating Human Rights in Education: Exploration, Innovation and Transformation. (pp. 95-106). Deakin West, Australian Capital Territory: Australian College of Educators.

McCoy, B. (2008). Death and health: The resilience of 'sorry business' in the Kutjungka region of Western Australia. In K. Glaskin, M. Tonkinson, Y. Musharbash & V. Burbank (Eds.), Mortality, Mourning and Mortuary Practices in Indigenous Australia. (pp. 55-68). Farnham, Surrey, England and Burlington, VT, USA: Ashgate Publishing Limited.

McCoy, B. (2008). Maparn: Traditionalist health and healing in a western and Christian world. In O. Lardinois & B. Vermander (Eds.), Shamanism and Christianity: Religious encounters among indigenous peoples of East Asia. (pp. 195-212). Taipei, Taiwan: Taipei Ricci Institute.

McCoy, B. (2008). Researching with aboriginal men: A desert experience. In P. Liamputtong (Ed.), Doing Cross-Cultural Research. (Vol. 34, pp. 175-191). Dordrecht; London: Springer.

Dowsett, G. W. (2007). Researching gay men's health: The promise of qualitative methodology. In I. Meyer & M. E. Northbridge (Eds.), The Health of Sexual Minorities: Public Health Perspectives on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Populations. (pp. 419-441). New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum.

Dowsett, G. W. (2007). Te enseño el mío si tú me enseñas el tuyo: Hombres gay, investigación sobre masculinidades, estudios sobre los hombres y sexualidad. In A. Amuchástegui & I. Szasz (Eds.), Sucede que me canso de ser hombre…Relatos y reflexiones sobre hombres y masculinidades en México. (pp. 73-94). México: El Colegio de México.

Flood, M. (2007). What's wrong with fathers' rights? In S. Tarrant (Ed.), Men Speak Out: Views on gender, sex, and power. Routledge.

Grierson, J., & Canavan, P. (2007). Social research with HIV-positive populations: A conversation. In M. K. Pitts & A. M. A. Smith (Eds.), Researching the Margins. (pp. 143-159). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hillier, L., Mitchell, A., & Mallett, S. (2007). Duty of care: Researching with vulnerable young people. In M. K. Pitts & A. M. A. Smith (Eds.), Researching the Margins. (pp. 114-129). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hillier, L., Johnson, K., & Traustadóttir, R. (2007). Researching with people with intellectual disabilities. In M. K. Pitts & A. M. A. Smith (Eds.), Researching the Margins. (pp. 84-95). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Horsley, P., & Dyson, S. (2007). From the outside looking in - Illuminating Research with Lesbians. In M. K. Pitts & A. M. A. Smith (Eds.), Researching the Margins. (pp. 66-83). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hurley, M. (2007). Who's on Whose Margins? In M. K. Pitts & A. M. A. Smith (Eds.), Researching the Margins. (pp. 160-189). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

O'Brien, M., & Madden, A. (2007). Knowledge, relationships, and identity in research on drug use. In M. K. Pitts & A. M. A. Smith (Eds.), Researching the Margins. (pp. 45-65). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Quine, S., & Browning, C. (2007). Methodological And Ethical Issues In Conducting Research With Older People. In M. K. Pitts & A. M. A. Smith (Eds.), Researching the Margins. (pp. 130-124). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Smith, A. M. A., & Pitts, M. K. (2007). Researching the Margin: An Introduction. In M. K. Pitts & A. M. A. Smith (Eds.), Researching the Margins. (pp. 3-41). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Willis, J., & Saunders, M. (2007). Research in a Post-Colonial World: The example of Australian Aborigines. In M. K. Pitts & A. M. A. Smith (Eds.), Researching the Margins. (pp. 96-113). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Couch, M. (2006). The sublime with a vestige of the human: Peter Richards' images from the Lake Eyre Basin. Lake Eyre Basin 1992-2003: Photographs by Peter Richards, 1st ed. South Australia: Peter Richards.

Dowsett, G. W., & Parker, R. G. (2006). Culture, Sexuality and AIDS Syllabus. In C. Foote-Ardah & E. Wright (Eds.), Teaching the Sociology of HIV/AIDS: Syllabi, Lectures and Other Resources for Instructors and Students, 3rd edn. (pp. 82-89). Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.

Dowsett, G. W. (2006). Johnnie comes marching…where? Australian gay men, masculinity, HIV/AIDS and sex. In S. M. Whitehead (Ed.), Men and Masculinities: Critical Concepts in Sociology, Vol III-Identity, Association and Embodiment. (pp. 417-427). London: Routledge.

Keys, D., Rosenthal, D. A., & Pitts, M. K. (2006). Young people, sexuality and sexual behaviour. In P. Aggleton, A. Ball & P. Mane (Eds.), Sex Drugs and Young People: International Perspectives. (pp. 65-83). New York, London: Routledge.

McDonald, K. (2006). The best experience of my life: HIV positive women on pregnancy and birth in Australia. In M. T. Reist (Ed.), Defiant Birth: Women Who Resist Medical Eugenics. North Melbourne: Spinifex Press.

Ross, D. A., Wight, D., Dowsett, G. W., Buvé, A., & Obasi, A. I. N. (2006). The weight of evidence: A method for assessing the strength of evidence on the effectiveness of HIV prevention interventions among young people. In D. Ross, B. Dick & J. Ferguson (Eds.), Preventing HIV/AIDS in Young People: A Systematic Review of the Evidence from Developing Countries. (Vol. World Health Organization Technical Report Series #938, pp. 79-102). Geneva: World Health Organization.

Gifford, S., & Temple-Smith, M. J. (2005). Diversity and difference: The cultural shaping of sexual health. In M. J. Temple-Smith & S. Gifford (Eds.), Sexual Health: An Australian Perspective. Melbourne: IP Communications.

Hurley, M. (2005). Contemporary gay cultures in Australia. In G. Hawkes & J. Scott (Eds.), Perspectives in Human Sexuality. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

McDonald, K. (2005). My sperm needs washing: 'Flynn'. In H. Jones & M. Kirkman (Eds.), Sperm Wars. ABC Books.

Mitchell, A. (2005). The facts of life: Sex education for young people. In M. J. Temple-Smith (Ed.), Sexual Health: An Australian Perspective. (pp. 215-231). Melbourne: IP Communications.

Pitts, M. K. (2005). Sexual Health for all? Australia in 2004. In M. J. Temple-Smith & S. Gifford (Eds.), Sexual Health: An Australian Perspective. Melbourne: IP Communications.

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Edited Books

Aggleton, P., Robinson, K., Albury, K., Allen, L., Davies, C., Ingham, R., & Dyson, S. (Eds.). (2017). Education and Sexualities. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 1,538.

Bell, S., & Aggleton, P. (Eds.). (2016). Monitoring evaluation in health and social development: Interpretive and ethnographic perspectives. London and New York: Routledge.

Jones, T. W., & Matthews-Jones, L. (Eds.). (2014 In press). Material religion in modern Britain: The spirit of things. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Jones, T. W., & Harris, A. (Eds.). (2014). Love and romance in Britain, 1918-1970. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 280.

Minichiello, V., & Scott, J. (Eds.). (2014). Male sex work and society. New York, NY, USA: Harrington Park Press, pp. 507.

Flood, M., & Pelling, N. (Eds.). (2009). Counselling, Psychotherapy, and Health, Special Issue: The Use of Technology in Mental Health(Vol. 5).

Pitts, M. K., & Smith, A. M. A. (Eds.). (2007). Researching the Margins. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Temple-Smith, M. J., & Gifford, S. (Eds.). (2005). Sexual Health: An Australian Perspective. Melbourne: IP Communications.

Barrett, C. (Ed.). (2004). Gastrostomy care: A guide to practice. Melbourne: Ausmed Publications.

Feldman, S. S., & Rosenthal, D. A. (Eds.). (2002). Talking sexuality: Parent-adolescent communication on sexual issues. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, pp. 117.

McDonald, K., & Hurley, M. (Eds.). (2002). Antiretroviral treatments: Similarities and differences between women and men. Papers from the HIV Futures I and II surveys and interviews. Melbourne: ARCSHS, La Trobe University.

Pitts, M. K., & Phillips, K. (Eds.). (1998). The Psychology of Health (2nd ed.): Routledge.

Connell, R. W., & Dowsett, G. W. (Eds.). (1993). Rethinking Sex: Social Theory and Sexuality Research. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Connell, R. W., & Dowsett, G. W. (Eds.). (1992). Rethinking sex: Social theory and sexuality research. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.

Text Books

Pitts, M. K. (1996). The Psychology of Preventive Health. Routledge.

Pitts, M. K., & Phillips, K. (1991). The Psychology of Health. Routledge.

Pitts, M. K. (1991). A Textbook of Psychology. (2nd ed.): Sheldon Press.

Pitts, M. K. (1988). A Textbook of Psychology. (1st ed.): Sheldon Press.

Chapters in Text Books and Non Academic Books

Dyson, S. (2016). Families and sexuality education. In James J Ponzetti Jr. (Ed.), Evidence-based approaches to sexuality education: A global perspective. (pp. 131-145). New York and London: Routledge.

Lewis, B. (2016). Women want to (fuck) too. In K. Pickering (Ed.), Doing it: Women tell the truth about great sex. Queensland: University of Queensland Press.

Leonard, W. (2014). From disease prevention to health promotion. In M. Temple-Smith (Ed.), Sexual health: A multidisciplinary approach. (2 ed.). Melbourne: IP Communications.

Mitchell, A. (2014). Sex education for young people. In M. Temple-Smith (Ed.), Sexual health: A multidisciplinary approach. (2 ed.). Melbourne: IP Communications.

Pitts, M. K. (2014). Sexual health for all? Australia today. In M. Temple-Smith (Ed.), Sexual health: A multidisciplinary approach. (2 ed.). Melbourne: IP Communications.

Prestage, G. (2014). Gay men's sexual health (section of chapter: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people). In M. Temple-Smith (Ed.), Sexual health: A multidisciplinary approach. (2 ed.). Melbourne: IP Communications.

Pukall, C. F., & Wassersug, R. J. (2014). The parts, the pieces, and how they respond. In C. F. Pukall (Ed.), Human sexuality: A contemporary introduction. (pp. 97-106). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

Smith, A. M. A., Rissel, C. E., Richters, J., Grulich, A. E., de Visser, R. O., & Badcock, P. B. (2014). The sexual preferences of the Australian population. In M. Temple-Smith (Ed.), Sexual health: A multidisciplinary approach. (2 ed.). Melbourne: IP Communications.

Mitchell, A., & Walsh, J. (2012). Sexuality Education and Young People. In S. Gupta & B. Kumar (Eds.), Sexually Transmitted Infections. (2nd ed., pp. 1221-1224). New Delhi, India: Elsevier.

Smith, A. M. A. (2012). Sexuality. In P. Beilharz & T. Hogan (Eds.), Sociology. (2 ed., pp. 475-478). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Richmond, J. A. (2008). Infection control and occupational health. Australasian Society of HIV Medicine. B Positive - all you wanted to know about hepatitis B: A guide for primary care providers.

Smith, A. M. A. (2006). Sexuality. In P. Beilharz & T. Hogan (Eds.), Sociology: Place, time and division. (pp. 387-390). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Pitts, M. K. (2005). Sexual Health and behaviour change. In C. J. Browning & S. A. Thomas (Eds.), Behavioural Change: An Evidence-based Handbook for Social and Public Health. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.

Allen, M., & Barrett, C. (2004). Inserting a gastrostomy tube. In C. Barrett (Ed.), Gastrostomy Care: A Guide To Practice. (pp. 43-60). Melbourne: Ausmed Publications.

Barrett, C., & Darzins, P. (2004). Making decisions on tube feeding. In C. Barrett (Ed.), Gastrostomy Care: A Guide To Practice. (pp. 21-42). Melbourne: Ausmed Publications.

Camilleri, S., & Barrett, C. (2004). Nasogastric Tubes. In C. Barrett (Ed.), Gastrostomy Care: A Guide To Practice. (pp. 231-250). Melbourne: Ausmed Publications.

Gifford, S. (1998). Analysis of non-numerical research. In C. B. Kerr, R. Taylor & G. Heard (Eds.), Handbook of public health methods. (pp. 543-554). Sydney: McGraw Hill.

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