23. HIV/AIDS

(Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood. 19th edition, 2008. Home URL: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/)

Note: This bibliography concentrates on social, political and behavioural aspects of HIV/AIDS, rather than biomedical aspects.

(a) Gender and/or Sexuality and HIV/AIDS

Note: This division between the two sections is somewhat arbitrary for some works, which cover both general issues on HIV/AIDS and include material specifically on gender and/or sexuality.

(i) Key recent feminist texts on HIV/AIDS

ACTUP/New York Women and AIDS Book Group. (1990). Women, AIDS and Activism. Boston, MA: South End Press.

Doyal, Lesley, Jenny Naidoo, and Tamsin Wilton. (eds). (1994). AIDS: Setting a Feminist Agenda. London: Taylor and Francis.
Includes;
Doyal, Lesley. HIV and AIDS: Putting Women on the Global Agenda.
Kitzinger, Jenny. Visible and Invisible Women in AIDS Discourses (pp. 95-112).
Richardson, Diane. AIDS: Issues for Feminism in the UK (pp. 42-60).
Wilton, Tamsin. Feminism and the Erotics of Health Promotion.
Holland, Janet, Ramazanoglu, Caroline, Sharpe, Sue and Thomson, Rachel. Achieving Masculine Sexuality: Young Men’s Strategies for Managing Vulnerability.
Richardson, Diane. Inclusions and Exclusions: Lesbians, HIV and AIDS.

Goldstein, Nancy, and Jennifer L. Manlowe. (eds). (1997). The Gender Politics of HIV/AIDS in Women: Perspectives on the Pandemic in the United States. New York University Press.

Gorna, Robin. (1996). Vamps, Virgins and Victims: How Can Women fight AIDS?. London & New York: Cassell.

Hogan, Katie. (2001). Women Take Care: Gender, Race, and the Culture of AIDS. Cornell University Press.

Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1998). The Male in the Head: Young People, Heterosexuality and Power. London: Tufnell Press

Jenkins, Sharon Rae. (ed). (2000). Sex Roles, Special Issue: Gender, Power, and Women’s Relationships: Implications for HIV. Vol.42, Iss.7/8, April.
Includes;
Introduction to the special issue: Defining gender, relationships, and power / Sharon Rae Jenkins;
Factors affecting HIV contraceptive decision-making among women / Gail E Wyatt et al.;
Sexual communication in relationships: When words speak louder than actions / Kathryn Quina et al.;
The close relationship context and HIV/AIDS risk reduction among Mexican Americans / Donna Castaneda;
Toward an understanding of (Em)Power(Ment) for HIV/AIDS prevention with adolescent women / Lorraine Gutierrez et al.;
Gender roles, power strategies, and precautionary sexual self-efficacy: Implications for black and Latina women’s HIV/AIDS protective behaviors / Lisa Bowleg et al.;
Measuring sexual relationship power in HIV/STD research / Julie Pulerwitz et al.;
HIV/STD risk factors for women with violent male partners / Blair Beadnell et al.;
Safer sex among HIV + women: The role of relationships / Jane M Simoni;
Women, ethnicity, and AIDS: What’s love got to do with it? / Pamela Trotman Reid;
On the margin: Power and women’s HIV risk reduction strategies / Hortensia Amaro and Anita Raj;
Toward theory development and measure evolution for studying women’s relationships and HIV infection / Sharon Rae Jenkins.

Panos Institute. (1990). Triple Jeopardy: Women and AIDS. London: The Panos Institute .

Patton, Cindy. (1985). Sex and Germs: The Politics of AIDS. Boston: South End Press.

Patton, Cindy. (1988). AIDS: Lessons From the Gay Community. Feminist Review, 30, Autumn .

Patton, Cindy. (1990a). Inventing AIDS. New York: Routledge.

Patton, Cindy. (1994). Last Served? Gendering the HIV Pandemic. London: Taylor and Francis.

Roth, Nancy L., and Kate Hogan. (eds). (1998). Gendered Epidemics: Representations of Women in the Age of AIDS. New York & London.

Roth, Nancy L., and Linda K. Fuller. (eds). (1998). Women and AIDS: Negotiating Safer Practices, Care, and Representation. New York: Harrington Park Press.

Schneider, Beth E., and Nancy E. Stoller. (1994). Women Resisting AIDS: Strategies of Empowerment. Philadelphia : Temple University Press.

Sherr, Lorraine, Catherine Hankins, and Lydia Bennett. (eds). (1997). AIDS as a Gender Issue: Psychosocial Perspectives. London: Taylor & Francis.

Singer, Linda. (1993). Erotic Welfare: Sexual Theory and Politics in the Age of Epidemic. New York: Routledge .

Squire, Corinne. (ed). (1993). Women and AIDS: Psychological Perspectives. London: SageIncludes Lown, E. Anne. Tossin’ and Tweakin’: Women’s Consciousness in the Crack Culture. .

Waldby, Cathy. (1996). AIDS and the Body Politic: Biomedicine and Sexual Difference. London & New York: Routledge.

Wilton, Tamsin. (1992a). Antibody Politics: AIDS and Society, Cheltenham: New Clarion Press (Includes Chapter 3. Weaker vessels: HIV/AIDS and Women).

Wilton, Tamsin. (1997). Engendering AIDS: Deconstructing Sex, Text and Epidemic. London: Sage.

Worth, Heather, Cindy Patton, and Diane Goldstein (eds.) (2005) Sexuality Research and Social Policy, Special Issue: Reckless Vectors: The Infecting “Other” in HIV/AIDS Law, June, Vol. 2, No. 2.
Criminalization, Cultural Studies, and Other New Territory for SRSP / Terry S. Stein.
Introduction to Reckless Vectors: The Infecting “Other” in HIV/AIDS Law / Heather Worth, Cindy Patton, Diane Goldstein.
Legislating the Pandemic: A Global Survey of HIV/AIDS in Criminal Law / Heather Worth, Cindy Patton, Margaret T. McGehee.
Medical Vectors: Surgical HIV Transmission and the Location of Culpability / Catherine Waldby, Annette Houlihan, June Crawford, Susan Kippax.
African Immigrant Damnation Syndrome: The Case of Charles Ssenyonga / James Miller.
Mad and Bad: HIV Infection, Mental Illness, Intellectual Disability, and the Law / Alistair MacDonald, Heather Worth.
Outlaw Territory: Criminality, Neighborhoods, and the Edward Savitz Case / Cindy Patton.
Social Responses to HIV: Fearing the Outlaw / Mary S. Petty.
Commentary on Reckless Vectors;
In the Shadow of Extremes: Commentary on Reckless Vectors / Stephanie C. Kane.
Around the Bush Yet Again: Reflection on Reckless Vectors, Past and Present / Ivan Emke.
Vectors of Hope and Possibility: Commentary on Reckless Vectors / Gary Kinsman.


(ii) Further works

A.C.E. Program of the Bedford Hills Correctional Staff and Whoopie Goldberg. (1998). Breaking The Walls Of Silence: AIDS And Women In A New York State Maximum-Security Prison. New York: Overlook Press.

Aarons, Sigrid J., and Renee R. Jenkins (2002). Sex, Pregnancy, and Contraception-Related Motivators and Barriers Among Latino and African-American Youth in Washington, DC. Sex Education. Volume 2 Number 1/April.

Abbott, Susan. (1987). Talking About AIDS…: A Report on the Issues of AIDS with Young Women. Canberra: AIDS Action Council .

Abbott, Susan. (1988). Talking About AIDS. National AIDS Bulletin, August, pp. 24-27.

Abbott-Chapman, Joan, and Carey Denholm. (1997). Adolescent Risk Taking and the Romantic Ethic: HIV/AIDS Awareness Among Year 11 and 12 Students. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 33(3), November, pp. 306-321.

Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada. (1993). HIV/AIDS and the Impact on Aboriginal Women in Canada. Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada .

Adkins, Lisa. (2002). Risk, sexuality and economy. British Journal of Sociology, 53(1), March, pp. 19-40.

Ahlberg, Beth Maina, Eila Jylkas, and Ingela Krantz (2001). Gendered Construction of Sexual Risks: Implications for Safer Sex Among Young People in Kenya and Sweden. Reproductive Health Matters. 9(17), May.

Albury, Rebecca. (1990). Sexual Politics in the 1990s: Making Sex Safer?. Social Alternatives, 9(1).

Alexander, Nancy J. et.al. (1990). Heterosexual Transmission of AIDS. New York: Wiley .

Altman, Dennis. (1986). AIDS and the New Puritanism. Leichhardt, NSW: Pluto Press (Published in the US as AIDS in the mind of America).

Altman, Dennis. (1989). AIDS and the Reconceptualisation of Homosexuality. In Altman, Dennis, Vance, Carole, Vicinus, Martha, and Weeks, Jeffrey et.al Homosexuality, Which Homosexuality?. London: GMP .

Altman, Dennis. (1992). AIDS and the Discourses of Sexuality. In Connell, R.W. and Dowsett, G.W. (eds). Rethinking Sex: Social Theory and Sexuality Research. Carlton, VIC: Melbourne University Press .

Altman, Dennis. (1992). The Most Political of Diseases. In Eric Timewell, Victor Minichiello, and David Plummer, (eds). AIDS in Australia, Parramatta, NSW: Prentice Hall.

Altman, Dennis. (1994). Power and Community: Organisational and Cultural Responses to AIDS. Sydney: Edward Arnold Australia .

Anastos, Kathryn, and Carola Marte. (1991). Women - The Missing Persons in the AIDS Epidemic. In McKenzie, Nancy F. (ed.). The AIDS Reader: Social, Political, and Ethical Issues. New York: Meridian .

Ankomah, Augustine. (1999). Sex, Love, Money and AIDS: The Dynamics of Premarital Sexual Relationships in Ghana. Sexualities, 2(3), August.

Ankrah, E. Maxine. (1999). Issues and Challenges in Female-Controlled Prevention: An Overview. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 1(4), October.

Asthana, S., and R. Oostvogels. (2001). The social construction of male ‘homosexuality’ in India: implications for HIV transmission and prevention. Social Science & Medicine, 52(5): 707-721.

Bala Nath, Madhu. (2000). Women’s Health and HIV: Experience From a Sex Workers’ Project in Calcutta. Gender and Development, 8(1).

Ballard, John A. (1992). Sexuality and the State in Time of Epidemic. In Connell, R.W. and Dowsett, G.W. (eds). Rethinking Sex: Social Theory and Sexuality Research, Carlton, VIC: Melbourne University Press .

Bartos, Michael, and John McLeod. (1993). The Meanings of Sex Between Men. National AIDS Bulletin, 7(5) June.

Bartos, Michael, McLeod, John and Nott, Phil. (1993). Meanings of Sex Between Men. Canberra: AGPS .

Baylies, Carolyn and Janet Bujra. (2000). AIDS, Sexuality And Gender In Africa: Collective Strategies And Struggles In Tanzania And Zambia. London: U.C.L. Press, Ltd.

Bell, Douglas et.al. (1990). Adolescent Males’ Knowledge and Attitudes about AIDS in the Context of Their Social World. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 20(5).

Berer, Marge, with Ray, Sunanda. (1993). Women and HIV/AIDS: An International Resource Book. London: Pandora Press.

Berg, Rigmor. (1994). Australian Drug-Using Women Negotiating Safer Sex. Paper to Women, Sexuality and Development in Australia and the Asia-Pacific Region, 3-5 November, Women’s Studies Centre. University of Sydney.

Bersani, Leo. (1988). Is the Rectum a Grave?. In Crimp, Douglas. (ed). (1988). AIDS: Cultural Analysis/Cultural Activism. Cambridge and London: MIT Press (Originally published as. Aids: Cultural Analysis/cultural Activism. October 43, Winter 1987) .

Billy, J.O.G. et.al. (1993). The Sexual Behaviour of Men in the United States. Family Planning Perspectives, 25(52).

Bjurstrom, Erling and Henriksson, Benny. (1988). The Heterosexualisation of the HIV/AIDS Discourse. Sociologisk Forskning, 25, 2-3 .

Boehmer, Ulrike. (2000). The Personal And The Political: Women’s Activism In Response To The Breast Cancer And AIDS Epidemics. Albany: State University of New York.

Boffin, Tesra and Gupta, Sunil. (eds). (1990). Ecstatic Antibodies. London: Rivers Oram Press.

Bond, V. and Dover, P. (1997). Men, Women and the Trouble with Condoms: Problems Associated With Condom Use By Migrant Workers in Rural Zambia. Health Transition Review, Supplement to vol. 7, pp. 377-391.

Boulton, Mary, Evans, Zoe S., Fitzpatrick, Ray and Hart, Graham. (1991). Bisexual Men: Women, Safer Sex and HIV Transmission. In Aggleton, Peter, Hart, Graham and Davies, Peter. (eds). AIDS: Responses, Interventions and Care. London: Falmer Press .

Bowleg, Lisa, Leslie R. Wolfe, and Edna Mparo Viruell-Fuentes. (1999). Inaccessible Miracles? Women’s Access To HIV-AIDS Medications. Washington: Center for Women Policy Studies.

Bradbeer, Caroline. (1990). Human Immunodeficiency Virus and its Relationship to Women. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 1.

Bredstrom, A. (2006). Intersectionality: A Challenge for Feminist HIV/AIDS Research? European Journal of Women’s Studies, 13(3): 229-243.

Bristow, Joseph. (1994). Unsafe Sex? Eliding the Violence of Sexual Representation. In Ledger, Sally et.al. (eds). Political Gender: Texts and Contexts, Hampstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf.

Brown, Judith E. et.al. (1993). Dry and Tight: Sexual Practices and Potential AIDS Risk in Zaire. Social Science and Medicine, 37(8).

Browne, Jan and Victor Minichiello. (1996). Condoms: Dilemmas of Caring and Autonomy in Heterosexual Safe Sex. Venereology. 9(1).

Brummelhuis, Han Ten and Herdt, Gillian. (eds). (1995). Culture and Sexual Risk: Anthropological Perspectives on AIDS. Gordon & Breach.

Bury, Judy, Morrisson, Val and McLachlan, Sheena. (eds). (1992). Working with Women and AIDS: Medical, Social and Counselling Issues. London: Routledge.

Buysse, A. and Oost, P. Van. (1997). ‘Appropriate’ Male and Female Safer Sexual Behaviour in Heterosexual Relationships. AIDS Care, 9(5) .

Caldwell, J.C., P Caldwell, J Anarfi, K Awusabo-Asare, J Ntozi, IO Orubuloye, J Marck, W Cosford, R Colombo & E Hollings. (eds). (1999). Resistances to Behavioural Change to Reduce HIV/AIDS Infection in Predominantly Heterosexual Epidemics in Third World Countries. Canberra: Health Transition Centre, Australian National University.

Cameron, Deborah. (1992). Old Het?. Trouble and Strife, No. 24.

Campbell, C. (1997). Migrancy, masculine identities and AIDS: The psychosocial context of HIV transmission on the South African gold mines. Social Science & Medicine, 45(2): 273-281.

Campbell, C., and C. MacPhail. (2002). Peer education, gender and the development of critical consciousness: participatory HIV prevention by South African youth. Social Science & Medicine, 55(2): 331-345.

Campbell, Carole A. (1999). Women, Men, The Family & HIV/AIDS: A Sociological Perspective On The Epidemic In America. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Carey, Juliane and Matheson, Tanya. (1989). AIDS Information for Women. Melbourne: Women’s Information and Referral Exchange.

Carter, Erica and Watney, Simon. (eds). (1989). Taking Liberties: AIDS and Cultural Politics. London: Serpent’s Tail.

Carter, J.A, L.D. McNair, W.R. Corbin and M. Williams. (1999). Gender Differences Related to Heterosexual Condom Use: The Influence of Negotiation Styles. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 25(3), pp. 217-25

CastaÒeda, Xûchitl, Claire Brindis, and Itz· CastaÒeda Camey. (2001). Nebulous margins: Sexuality and social constructions of risks in rural areas of Central Mexico. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 3 Number 2, April, pp. 203-219.

Catania, Joseph A., Coates, Thomas J., Golden, Eve, Dolcini, M. Margaret, Peterson, John, Kegeles, Susan, Siegel, David, Fullilove and Thompson, Mindy. (1994). Correlates of Condom Use Among Black, Hispanic, and White Heterosexuals in San Francisco: The AMEN Longitudinal Survey. AIDS Education and Prevention, 6(1), February, pp. 12-26.

Catania, Joseph A., Stone, Valerie, Binson, Diane, Dolcini, M. and Margaret. (1995). Changes in Condom Use Among Heterosexuals in Wave 3 of the AMEN Survey. Journal of Sex Research, 32(3), pp. 193-200.

Chapman, Simon et.al. (1990). Discriminant Attitudes and Beliefs about Condoms in Young, Multi-Partner Heterosexuals. International Journal of STDs and AIDS, 1, pp. 422-428 .

Chapman, Simon, and Julia Hodgson. (1988). Showers in Raincoats: Attitudinal Barriers to Condom Use in High-Risk Heterosexuals. Community Health Studies, 12(1), pp. 97-105.

Chapman, Simon. (1992). Dogma Disputed: Potential Endemic Heterosexual Transmission of Human Immunodeficiency Virus in Australia. Australian Journal of Public Health, 16(2) .

Chen, Lincoln C., J.S. Amor, and Sheldon J. Segal. (1992). AIDS and Women’s Reproductive Health. New York: Plenum Publishing Corporation.

Cianelli, Rosina, Lilian Ferrer, and Beverly J. McElmurry. (2008). HIV prevention and low-income Chilean women: machismo, marianismo and HIV misconceptions. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 10 Issue 3.

Clatts, Michael C., and Kenneth Payne. (1989). AIDS and the Dangerous Other: Metaphors of Sex and Deviance in the Representation of Disease. In Bolton, Ralph. (ed.). The AIDS Pandemic: A Global Emergency. New York: Gordon and Breach.

Cline, Rebecca J. Welch and McKenzie, Nelya J. (1994). Sex Differences in Communication and the Construction of HIV/AIDS. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 22, 4, November, pp. 322-337.

Cochran, Susan D. and Peplau, Letitia, Anne P. (1991). Sexual Risk Reduction Behaviours Among Young Heterosexual Adults. Social Science and Medicine, 33(1) .

Cohen, Cathy J. (1996). Contested Membership: Black Gay Identities and the Politics of AIDS. In Seidman, Steven. (ed). (1996). Queer Theory/Sociology. Cambridge, Ma: Blackwell) .

Cohen, Felissa L., and Jerry D. Durham. (eds). (1993). Women, Children and HIV/AIDS. New York: Springer.

Connell, R.W. and Kippax, Susan. (1990). Sexuality in the AIDS Crisis: Patterns of Sexual Practice and Pleasure in a Sample of Australian Gay and Bisexual Men. Journal of Sex Research, 27(2).

Connell, R.W., Crawford, J., Dowsett, G.W., Kippax, S., Sinnott, V., Baxter, D. and Watson, L. (1990). Danger and Context: Unsafe Anal Sexual Practice Among Homosexual and Bisexual Men in the AIDS Crisis. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 26(2), August.

Connell, R.W., Crawford, J., Kippax, S., Dowsett, G.W., Baxter, D., Watson, L. and Berg, R. (1989). Facing the Epidemic: Changes in the Sexual Lives of Gay and Bisexual Men in Australia and Their Implications for AIDS Prevention Strategies. Social Problems, 36(4).

Connell, R.W., Dowsett, G.W., Rodden, P. and Davis, M.D. (1991). Social Class, Gay Men and AIDS Prevention. Australian Journal of Public Health, 15(3).

Connell, R.W., M.D. Davis, and G.W. Dowsett. (1993). A Bastard of a Life: Homosexual Desire and Practice Among Men in Working-Class Milieux. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 29(1), March.

Corea, Gena. The Invisible Epidemic: The Story of Women and AIDS.

Coward, Ros. (1987). Sex after AIDS. New Internationalist, March.

Coxon, Anthony et.al. (1993). Research Note: Strategies in Eliciting Sensitive Sexual Information: The Case of Gay Men. Sociological Review, 41(3), August.

Coxon, Anthony. (1988). Research Note: ‘Something Sensational…’ The Sexual Diary as a Tool for Mapping Detailed Sexual Behaviour. Sociological Review, 36(2).

Coxon, Anthony. (1996). Between the Sheets: Sexual Diaries and Gay Men’s Sex in the Era of AIDS. London & New York: Cassell.

Crawford, June, Sonia Lawless, and Susan Kippax. (1997). Positive Women and Heterosexuality: Problems of Disclosure of Serostatus to Sexual Partners. In Aggleton, Peter, Davies, Peter and Hart, Graham. (eds). AIDS: Activism and alliances. London: Falmer Press.

Crawford, June, Susan Kippax, and Catherine Waldby. (1994). Women’s Sex Talk and Men’s Sex Talk: Different Worlds. Feminism and Psychology, 4(4).

Crimp, Douglas, with Adam Rolston. (1990). AIDS Demo-Graphics. Seattle: Bay Press.

Crimp, Douglas. (2002). Melancholia and Moralism: Essays on AIDS and queer politics. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

Crimp, Douglas. (ed). (1988). AIDS: Cultural Analysis/Cultural Activism. Cambridge and London: MIT Press (Originally published as “AIDS: Cultural Analysis/Cultural Activism”. October 43, Winter 1987).

Crossley, Michele L. (2001). How to use a condom: Narratives, sexualities and moralities in safer sex health promotional literature. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 3 Number 3, July, pp. 363-370.

Cubbins, Lisa A. (2000). The influence of gender on sex: A study of men’s and women’s self-reported high-risk sex behavior. Archives of Sexual Behavior, June, 29(3).

Cupitt, Caroline and De Silva, Padmal. (1994). Zilbergeld’s Myths and Sexual Activity in the Age of AIDS: An Empirical Study. Sexual and Marital Therapy, 9(1), pp. 17-31.

Cusack, Barbara A. (ed.). (2001). A Survivors Guide For Single Women, A Common Sense Approach From An HIV Positive Woman, Rev. ed. Orlando: Y. Choser Desktop Publishing.

Daniel, H. and Parker, R. (1993). Sexuality, Politics and AIDS in Brazil. London: The Falmer Press.

Davies, Peter, Ford C.I. Hickson, Peter Weatherburn, and Andrew J. Hunt. (1993). Sex, Gay Men and AIDS. London: Falmer Press.
Includes:
Parameters of Sexual Behaviour.
Perspectives on Fucking.
Casual and Regular Sexual Partnerships.

Davis, Peter. (ed.). (year?). Intimate Details and Vital Statistics: AIDS, Sexuality and the Social Order in New Zealand. Auckland: Auckland University Press
Includes: Davis, Peter and Lee, Roy Lee. Conservatism and Constancy? New Zealand Sexual Culture in the era of AIDS”.

Dorn, Nicholas, Sheila Henderson, and Nigel South. (eds). (1992). AIDS: Women, Drugs and Social Care. London and Washington D.C.: Falmer Press.

Dowsett, Gary W. (1990). Reaching Men Who Have Sex With Men in Australia. An Overview of AIDS Education: Community Intervention and Community Attachment Strategies. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 25(3).

Dowsett, Gary W. (1992). Practising Desire: Homosexual Sex in the Era of AIDS. PhD thesis, Sociology, School of Behavioural Sciences, Macquarie University. Sydney.

Dowsett, Gary W. (1992). The Sociological Context. In Timewell, Eric, Minichiello, Victor and Plummer, David. (eds). AIDS in Australia, Parramatta, NSW: Prentice Hall.

Dowsett, Gary W. (1993b). Sustaining Safe Sex: Sexual Practices, HIV and Social Context. AIDS, 7 (suppl. 1).

Dowsett, Gary W. (1994). Sexual Contexts and Homosexually Active Men in Australia: Revisited Considerations for a National HIV/AIDS Educational Intervention. Background paper for Commonwealth Dept of Human Services and Health. Sydney.

Dowsett, Gary W. (1996). Practising Desire: Homosexual Sex in the Era of AIDS. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Dowsett, Gary W. (1998). Pink Conspiracies: Australia’s Gay Communities and National HIV/AIDS Policies, 1983-96. In A Yeatman. (ed), Activism and the Policy Process. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Dowsett, Gary W. (1999). Understanding Cultures of Sexuality: Lessons Learned From HIV/AIDS Education and Behaviour Change Among Gay Men in Australia. In JC Caldwell, P Caldwell, J Anarfi, K Awusabo-Asare, J Ntozi, IO Orubuloye, J Marck, W Cosford, R Colombo & E Hollings. (eds), Resistances to Behavioural Change to Reduce HIV/AIDS Infection in Predominantly Heterosexual Epidemics in Third World Countries. Canberra: Health Transition Centre, Australian National University, 223-231.

Dowsett, Gary W., Aggleton P., Abega Saverin-Cecile, Jenkins C., Marshall T.M., Runganga A., Schifter J.O., Tan M.L. & Tarr Chou-Meng (1998). Changing Gender Relations Among Young People: The Global Challenge for HIV/AIDS Prevention. Critical Public Health, 8(4), 291-309.

Dowsett, Gary W., Davis, Mark D. and Connell, R.W. (1992). Working Class Homosexuality and HIV/AIDS Prevention: Some Recent Research From Sydney, Australia. Psychology and Health, Vol. 6.

Dube, L. et.al. (1993). Sex role Differences in Response to the Use of Humour in TV Advertisements on AIDS Prevention. Int Conf AIDS, June 6-11 .

Duberstein, Laura et al. (1997). Young Men’s Experience with Condom Breakage. Family Planning Perspectives. 29(3), May/June, pp. 128-140.

Duncan, Derek. (1994). AIDS to Narration: Writing Beyond Gender. In Ledger, Sally et.al. (eds). Political Gender: Texts and Contexts, Hampstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf.

Ehrhardt, Anke A., Yingling, Sandra, Zawadzki, Rezi and Martinez Ramirez, Maria. (1992). Prevention of Heterosexual Transmission of HIV: Barriers for Women. Journal of Psychology and Human Sexuality, 5(1-2), pp. 37-67.

Elliot, Faith Robertson. (1996). AIDS: Battleground of Competing Moralities. In Gender, Family and Society. Macmillan.

Erickson, Pamela I., Bastani, Roshan, Maxwell, Annette E., Marcus, Alfred C., Capell, Frank J. and Yan, Kang X. (1995). Prevalence of Anal Sex Among Heterosexuals in California and Its Relationship to Other AIDS Risk Behaviors. AIDS Education and Prevention, 7(6), December, pp. 477-493.

Faden, Ruth R. and Nancy E. Kass. (eds). (1996). HIV, AIDS and Childbearing: Public Policy, Private Lives. New York: Oxford University Press.

Farmer, Paul et.al. (eds). (1996). Women, Poverty and AIDS: Sex, Drugs and Structural Violence. Monroe, ME: Common Courage Press.

Gagnon, John. (1989). Sexuality Across the Life Course in the United States. In Charles, F., Miller, Heather G. and Moses, Lincoln E. (eds). AIDS, Sexual Behaviour and Intravenous Drug Use, Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

Gallois, Cynthia, McCamish, M. and Kashima, Y. (1989). Safe and Unsafe Practices by Heterosexuals and Homosexual Men: Predicting Intentions and Behaviour. St Lucia.

Gallois, Cynthia, Statham, Dixie and Smith, Sandra. (1992). Women and HIV/AIDS Education in Australia. Canberra: Commonwealth Dept of Health, Housing and Community Services.

Gavey, Nicola, Kathryn McPhillips, and Marion Doherty. (2001). ‘If it’s not on, it’s not on’ — Or is it? Discursive constraints on women’s condom use. Gender & Society, 15(5), December, pp. 917-934.

Gerrard, Meg and Warner, Teddy D. (1994). Comparison of Marine and College Women’s HIV/AIDS-Relevant Sexual Behaviors. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 24(11).

Gielen, Andrea Carlson, Faden, Ruth R., Kass, Nancy and Anderson, Jean. (1994). Women’s Protective Sexual Behaviors: A Test of the Health Belief Model. AIDS Education and Prevention, 6(1), Feb, pp. 1-11.

Giffin, K. (1998). Beyond Empowerment: Heterosexualities and the Prevention of AIDS. Social Science and Medicine, January, 46(2), pp. 151-56.

Gifford SM, Bakopanos C, Yesilyurt Z, Dawson MT, Rosenthal DA & Smith AMA. (1997). What Women Worry About: The place of HIV/AIDS and STDs in Health Concerns Among Turkish, Second-Generation Greek, Chilean, Vietnamese and Anglo-Australian Women. Venereology, 10(4).

Gilbert, Dorie J. (ed.). (2002). African American Women And HIV/AIDS, Critical Responses. Westport: Greenwood Publishing Group.

Godin, Gaston, Helene Gagnon, and Leo-Daniel Lambert (2003) Factors associated with maintenance of regular condom use among single heterosexual adults; A Longitudinal Study. Canadian Journal of Public Health, Jul/Aug, Vol. 94, Iss. 4.

Godin, Gaston, Helene Gagnon, and Leo-Daniel Lambert (2003) Factors associated with maintenance of regular condom use among single heterosexual adults; A Longitudinal Study. Canadian Journal of Public Health, Jul/Aug, Vol. 94, Iss. 4.

Gold, R. S. and Skinner, M. J. (1992). Situational Factors and Thought Processes Associated with Unprotected Intercourse in Young Gay Men. AIDS, 6(9), 1021-1030\.

Gold, R.S., Karmiloff-Smith, A., Skinner, M.J. and Morton, J. (1992). Situational Factors and Thought Processes Associated with Unprotected Intercourse in Heterosexual Students. AIDS Care, 4(3) .

Goldstein, Donna M. (1994). AIDS and Women in Brazil: The Emerging Problem. Social Science and Medicine, 39(7) .

Goldstein, Nancy and Jennifer L. Manlowe (eds.) (1997). Gender Politics Of HIV/AIDS In Women: Perspectives On The Pandemic In The United States. New York: New York University Press.

Goldstein, Nancy. (1995). Lesbians and the Medical Profession: HIV/AIDS and the Pursuit of Visibility. Women’s Studies, Vol. 24.

Gollub, E.L. and Stein, Z.A. (1993). The New Female Condom: Item 1 on a Women’s AIDS Prevention Agenda. American Journal of Public Health, 83(4).

Griffin, Gabriele. (1995). Safe and Sexy? Lesbian Erotica in the Age of AIDS. In Pearce, Lynne and Stacey, Jackie. (eds). Romance Revisited. London: Lawrence and Wishart.

Grunseit, Anne. (1998). Sex, Techs and HIV: Gender and HIV Response in a National Sample of Trade Apprentices. PhD thesis, School of Behavioural Sciences, Macquarie University. Sydney .

Grunseit, Anne. (1999). Sex, Techs & HIV: A report of HIV Response in a National Sample of Trade Apprentices. Sydney: National Centre in HIV Social Research. University of New South Wales, Monograph 5 .

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(iii) Masculinity, Heterosexual Men and HIV/AIDS

Bagasao, T. and Migallos, G. (1993). Dreams - A Strategy For Getting Heterosexual Men to Take Responsibility. IX International Conference on AIDS/IV STD World Congress, Berlin, June [abstract WS-D01-1].

Barker, Gary, and C. Ricardo (2005), Young Men and the Construction of Manhood in sub-Saharan Africa: Implications for HIV/AIDS, Conflict and Violence. Background document prepared for the World Bank.

Besharov, Douglas J., Felicia H. Stewart, Karen N. Gardiner, and Molly Parker (eds). (1997). Why Some Men Don’t Use Condoms: Male Attitudes About Condoms and Other Contraceptives. Menlo Park, Calif.: Henry Kaiser Foundation.

Blais, Martin (2006) Vulnerability to HIV among regular male partners and the social coding of intimacy in modern societies. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 8, Number 1, January-February, pp. 31-44.

Blais, Martin (2006) Vulnerability to HIV among regular male partners and the social coding of intimacy in modern societies. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 8, Number 1, January-February, pp. 31-44.

Bok, Ludo. (1997). Adolescents in Death-Defying Sex-Search : Integrating the Role of Constructions of Masculinity in a HIV/AIDS/STD Education Programme Designed for an Urban Tanzanian Context: A Gender Assessment Study. Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen, Derde Wereld Centrum, Nijmegen: The Centre.

Bowleg, L. (2004). Love, Sex, and Masculinity in Sociocultural Context: HIV Concerns and Condom Use among African American Men in Heterosexual Relationships. Men and Masculinities, 7(2): 166-186.

Bowleg, Lisa (2004) Love, Sex, and Masculinity in Sociocultural Context: HIV Concerns and Condom Use among African American Men in Heterosexual Relationships. Men and Masculinities, 7(2), October.

Bradner, Carolyn H., Leighton Ku and Laura Duberstein Lindberg (2000). Older, but Not Wiser: How Men Get Information About AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases After High School. Family Planning Perspectives. 32(1), January/February.

Brown, Jill, James Sorrell, Marcela Raffaelli (2005) An exploratory study of constructions of masculinity, sexuality and HIV/AIDS in Namibia, Southern Africa. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 7 Number 6, November.

Campbell, Carole A. (1995). Male Gender Roles and Sexuality: Implications for Women’s AIDS Risk and Prevention. Social Science and Medicine. 41(2), pp. 197-210.

Campbell, Catherine. (1997). Migrancy, Masculine Identities and AIDS: The Psychosocial Context of HIV Transmission on the South African Gold Mines. Social Science and Medicine, July, 45(2), pp. 273-81.

Campbell, Catherine. (2001). ‘Going Underground and Going After Women’: Masculinity and HIV Transmission Amongst Black Workers on the Gold Mines. Chapter 15 in Robert Morrell. (ed.). Changing Men in Southern Africa. Sage.

Castro-Vazquez, G. (2000). Masculinity and Condom Use Among Mexican Teenagers: The Escuela Nacional Preparatoria No. 1’s Case. Gender & Education. 12(4):479-492, Dec..

Castro-Vazquez, Genaro, and Izumi Kishi (2007) Silence, Condoms, and Masculinity: Heterosexual Japanese Males Negotiating Contraception. Men and Masculinities, October, 10(2): 153-177.

Crosby, R. A., C. A. Graham, W. L. Yarber, and S. A. Sanders. (2004). If the condom fits, wear it: a qualitative study of young African-American men. Sex Transm Infect, 80(4): 306-309.

Diaz, Rafael M. (1998). Latino Gay Men and HIV: Culture, sexuality, and risk behaviour. New York & London: Routledge.

Douthwaite, M., and L. Saroun. (2006). Sexual behaviour and condom use among unmarried young men in Cambodia. AIDS Care, 18(5): 505-513.

Dowsett, Gary W. (2003), ‘Johnnie comes marching… where: Australian gay men, masculinity, HIV/AIDS and sex’, Culture, Health and Sexuality, 5(3): 237-248.

Duberstein, Laura et al. (1997). Young Men’s Experience with Condom Breakage. Family Planning Perspectives. 29(3), May/June.

Edwards, Sharon R. (1994). The Role of Men in Contraceptive Decision-Making: Current Knowledge and Future Implications. Family Planning Perspectives, 26(2), March/April.

Exner, Theresa M., P. Sandor Gardos, David W. Seal, and Anke A. Ehrhardt (1999) HIV Sexual Risk Reduction Interventions With Heterosexual Men: The Forgotten Group. AIDS and Behavior, Volume 3, Number 4, December, pp. 347-358.

Ferguson, A., M. Pere, C. Morris, E. Ngugi, and S. Moses. (2004). Sexual patterning and condom use among a group of HIV vulnerable men in Thika, Kenya. Sex Transm Infect, 80(6): 435-439.

Flood, Michael (2003) Men, Gender and Condoms. HIV Australia, July.

Flood, Michael. (1996). Heterosexual Men’s Sexuality. On The Level (Family Planning Association, NSW), Special Issue: Men & Sexuality, 3(4), October.

Flood, Michael. (1998). Going the Full Monty: Why Young Heterosexual Men Don’t Use Condoms. Paper Presented at the Fifth HIV/AIDS and Society Conference. National Centre in HIV Social Research, Macquarie University. Sydney, 1-2 October.

Flood, Michael. (2000a). Lust, Trust and Latex: Why Young Heterosexual Men Don’t Use Condoms. Paper Presented at the HIV/AIDS & Related Diseases (HARD) Social Research Conference. Sydney, 14-16 May.

Flood, Michael. (2000b). Lust, Trust and Latex: Why Young Heterosexual Men Don’t Use Condoms. PhD thesis, Women’s Studies, Australian National University, Canberra.


Flood, Michael. (2001a). Engaging with the Sexual Cultures of Heterosexual Men. Paper to Belief Systems and the Place of Desire. 3rd Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sex, Culture and Society. Melbourne, 1-3 October.

Flood, Michael. (2001b). Masculine Understandings: Why Young Heterosexual Men Don’t Use Condoms. Paper to Expanding Men’s Interest in Reproductive Health. Australian Reproductive Health Alliance (ARHA) Forum, CHOGM, Brisbane, 8 October.

Flood, Michael. (2003). Lust, Trust and Latex: Why young heterosexual men do not use condoms. Culture, Health, & Sexuality, 5(4), July-August, pp. 353-369.

Fordham, G. (1995). Whisky, Women and Song: Men, Alcohol and AIDS in Northern Thailand. Australian Journal Of Anthropology. 6(3):154-77.

Foreman, Martin. (ed.). (1998). AIDS and Men: Taking Risks or Taking Responsibility?. London: Panos Institute and Zed Books.

Forste, Renata, and Julie Morgan. (1998). How Relationships of U.S. Men Affect Contraceptive Use and Efforts to Prevent Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Family Planning Perspectives. Mar-Apr;30(2):56-62.

FPAhealth. (2002). A Community Participation Model of Sexual Health Promotion with Young Men from Non-English Speaking Backgrounds in the Illawarra: Final Summary Report and Evaluation Report. Sydney: FPAHealth, March.

Gifford, SM, Stephens D, Marino R, Bakopanos C & Smith AMA (1999). What Men Worry About: The Place of HIV/AIDS and STDs in Health Concerns of Turkish, Second-Generation Greek, Chilean, Vietnamese and Anglo-Australian Men. Venereology, 12(3), 83-95.

Gilbert, Keith. (2000a). She’ll Be Right… Men and Sexual Health (MASH) Project, Needs Analysis Report & Future Directions. Sydney: Family Planning NSW, March.

Gilbert, Keith. (2000b). Men and Sexual Health (MASH) Project, Evaluation Report: Roadshow Visit to Orange. Sydney: Family Planning NSW, June.

Grady, William R. et.al. (1996). Men’s Perceptions of Their Roles and Responsibilities Regarding Sex, Contraception and Childrearing. Family Planning Perspectives, 28(5), September/October.

Grimley, DM, EW Hook III, RJ DiClemente, PA Lee. (2004). Condom Use Among Low-Income African American Males Attending an STD Clinic. Am J Health Behav., 28(1): 33-42.

Grunseit, Anne and Kippax, Sue. (1996). Tech’s Mechs: Male Apprentices, Masculinity and HIV. Annual Conf Australas Soc HIV Med, November 14-17.

Grunseit, Anne. (1998). Sex, Techs and HIV: Gender and HIV Response in a National Sample of Trade Apprentices, PhD thesis, School of Behavioural Sciences, Macquarie University. Sydney.

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Halkitis, Perry N. (2000). Masculinity in the Age of AIDS: HIV-Seropositive Gay Men and the ‘Buff Agenda’. In Nardi, Peter M. (ed.). Gay Masculinities. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications (Research on Men and Masculinities Series).

Halkitis, Perry N. (2001). An Exploration of Perceptions of Masculinity among Gay Men Living with HIV. Journal of Men’s Studies, 9(3), Spring, pp. 413-429.

Hoffman, Valerie and Bolton, R. (1997). Reasons for Having Sex and Sexual Risk-Taking: A Study of Heterosexual Male STD Clinic Patients. AIDS Care, 9(3) .

Holland, Janet, Ramazanoglu, Caroline and Sharpe, Sue. (1994b). Wimp or Gladiator: Contradictions in Acquiring Masculine Sexuality. WRAP/MRAP paper No. 9. London: Tufnell Press .

Holland, Janet, Ramazanoglu, Caroline, Sharpe, Sue and Thomson, Rachel. (1994). Achieving Masculine Sexuality: Young Men’s Strategies for Managing Vulnerability. Chapter 8 in Doyal, Lesley, Naidoo, Jenny and Wilton, Tamsin. (eds). (1994). AIDS: Setting a Feminist Agenda. London: Taylor and Francis.

Howell, Lisa. (1997). I’d Just Rather Not Have Pyjamas On My Banana…. Heterosexual Men and the Problem with Condoms: A Theoretical Consideration of Access and Equity in HIV/AIDS. Unpublished Manuscript (Honours thesis), Dept. of Sociology and Social Anthropology. University of Western Sydney - Macarthur.

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Juarez, Fatima, and Teresa CastrMartin (2006). Safe Sex Versus Safe Love? Relationship context and condom use among male adolescents in the favelas of Recife, Brazil. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 35(1), February: 25-35.

Kalk, Andreas, Axel Kroeger, Regine Meyer, Maritza Cuan, and Rumona Dickson. (2001). Influences on Condom Use Among Young Men in Managua, Nicaragua. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 3 Number 4, October, pp. 469-481.

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Kimmel, Michael S., and Martin P. Levine. (1991). A Hidden Factor in AIDS: ‘Real’ Men’s Hypersexuality. Los Angeles Times, 3 June, p. B5 .

Kimmel, Michael S., and Martin P. Levine. (1997). Men and AIDS. Chapter Eight in Martin P. Levine, Gay Macho: The Life and Death of the Homosexual Clone. New York University Press.

Kippax, Susan, Crawford, June and Waldby, Catherine. (1994). Heterosexuality, Masculinity and HIV. AIDS, 8 (suppl. 1) .

Ku, Leighton, Sonenstein FL; Lindberg LD; Bradner CH; Boggess S; Pleck JH. (1998). Understanding Changes in Sexual Activity Among Young Metropolitan Men: 1979-1995. Family Planning Perspectives. Nov-Dec;30(6):256-62.

Ku, Leighton, Sonenstein, Freya L. and Pleck, Joseph L. (1994). The Dynamics of Young Men’s Condom Use During and Across Relationships. Family Planning Perspectives, 26(6), November/December, pp. 246-251.

Larkin, J., A. Andrews, and C. Mitchell. (2006). Guy talk: contesting masculinities in HIV prevention education with Canadian youth. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 6(3): 207-221.

Levine , Martin P. (1997). Gay Macho: The Life and Death of the Homosexual Clone. New York University Press.

Lichtenstein, B. (2004) Caught at the Clinic: African American Men, Stigma, and STI Treatment in the Deep South. Gender & Society, June, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 369-388.

Lichtenstein, B., and J.R. Schwebke (2005) Partner Notification Methods for African American Men Being Treated for Trichomoniasis: A Consideration of Main Men, Second Hitters, and Third Players. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, Vol. 19 No. 4, pp. 383-401.

Locke, Thomas F., Michael D. Newcomb, and Rodney K. Goodyear (2005) Childhood Experiences and Psychosocial Influences on Risky Sexual Behavior, Condom Use, and HIV Attitudes-Behaviors Among Latino Males. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, Volume 6 Issue 1, January.

Locke, Thomas F., Michael D. Newcomb, and Rodney K. Goodyear (2005) Childhood Experiences and Psychosocial Influences on Risky Sexual Behavior, Condom Use, and HIV Attitudes-Behaviors Among Latino Males. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, Volume 6 Issue 1, January.

Luft, Kerry. (1995). Story of the ‘Man With No Name’. Chicago Tribune, 20 October, p. 13 .

MacPhail, C. (2003) Challenging dominant norms of masculinity for HIV prevention. African Journal of Aids Research, 1 November, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 141-149.

Mane, P., and P. Aggleton. (2001). Gender and HIV/AIDS: What Do Men Have to Do with It?. Current Sociology, November, vol. 49, no. 6, pp. 23-37.

Matsoukas, K. and Tillett, G. (1992). HIV and Masculine Identity. Int Conf AIDS, July 19-24.

McKernon, Stephen. (1996). Managing Condom Use and Non-Use: A Study of Condom Uses Among Clients of a Sexual Health Clinic. Venereology, 9(4), October – December.

Missildine, W., J. T. Parsons, and K. Knight. (2006). Split Ends: Masculinity, Sexuality and Emotional Intimacy Among HIV-positive Heterosexual Men. Men and Masculinities, 8(3): 309-320.

Missildine, Whitney, Jeffrey T. Parsons, and Kelly Knight (2006) Split Ends: Masculinity, Sexuality and Emotional Intimacy Among HIV-positive Heterosexual Men. Men and Masculinities, Vol. 8 No. 3, January, pp. 309-320.

Moran, John. (1995). Young Men and Their Mates: Working With Young Men on HIV/AIDS & Safe Sex Issues - Applying Innovative Process & Strategies. Coburg, VIC: Cocare, Brunwick Coburg Community Health Service.

Murphy, J.J. and Boggess, S. (1998). Increased Condom Use Among Teenage Males, 1988-1995: The Role of Attitudes. Family Planning Perspectives, November-December, 30(6), pp. 276-80, 303.

Noar, Seth M., and Patricia J. Morokoff. (2002). The Relationship Between Masculinity Ideology, Condom Attitudes, and Condom Use Stage of Change: A structural equation modeling approach. International Journal of Men’s Health, 1(1), January.

Obbo, Christine. (1993). HIV Transmission: Men are the Solution. Population and Environment, January, 14(3).

Orubuloye, I.O., Caldwell, J.C., & Caldwell, P. (1997). Perceived Male Sexual Needs and Male Sexual Behaviour in Southwest Nigeria. Social Science and Medicine, 44 (8), 1195-1207.

Panos Institute. (2001). Young Men and HIV: Culture, Poverty and Sexual Risk. London: Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) / The Panos Institute .

Payn, B.; Tanfer K; Billy JO; Grady WR. (1997). Men’s Behavior Change Following Infection with a Sexually Transmitted Disease. Family Planning Perspectives. 29:152-7.

Pethebridge, Andrew, and David Plummer. (1996). Men and HIV. Medical Journal of Australia, Vol. 164, 3 June.

Pleck, Joseph H., Freya L. Sonenstein, and Leighton C. Ku. (1990). Contraceptive Attitudes and Intention to Use Condoms in Sexually Experienced and Inexperienced Adolescent Males. Journal of Family Issues, 11.

Pleck, Joseph H., Freya L. Sonenstein, and Leighton C. Ku. (1991). Adolescent Males’ Condom Use: Relationship between Perceived Cost-Benefits and Consistency. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 53.

Pleck, Joseph H., Freya L. Sonenstein, and Leighton C. Ku. (1993a). Masculinity Ideology: Its Impact on Adolescent Males’ Heterosexual Relationships. Journal of Social Issues, 49(3), pp. 11-29.

Pleck, Joseph H., Freya L. Sonenstein, and Leighton C. Ku. (1993b). Changes in Adolescent Males’ Use of and Attitudes Toward Condoms, 1988-1991. Family Planning Perspectives, 25(3), May/June.

Pool R; Maswe M; Boerma JT; Nnko S. (1996). The Price of Promiscuity: Why Urban Males in Tanzania are Changing Their Sexual Behaviour. Health Transition Review. Oct;6(2):203-21.

Pulerwitz, J., G. Barker, and M. Segundo (2004) Promoting Healthy Relationships and HIV/STI Prevention for Young Men: Positive Findings from an Intervention Study in Brazil. Horizons Research Update. Washington, DC: Population Council.

Redman, Peter. (1996). ‘Empowering Men to Disempower Themselves’: Heterosexual Masculinities, HIV and the Contradictions of Anti-Oppressive Education. In Mairtin Mac an Ghaill, (ed.) Understanding Masculinities: Social Relations and Cultural Arenas. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press.

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Schifter, Jacobo. (2001). Latino Truck Driver Trade: Sex and HIV in Central America. New York: Haworth Hispanic/Latino Press.
1. Theory of Machismo.
2. Methodology.
3. The Place of the Mushroom Dwellings.
4. The Rolling Bubble of Glass and Steel.
5. The Long Wait from Dawn to Dusk.
6. Sexual Discourses.
7. Sexual Culture and Truckers.
8. Bullying, or the Cult of Size.
9. Hypersexuality.
10. Obscenity and Intoxication.
11. Venereal Diseases and Condoms.
12. Prostitutes.
13. Prostitutes or Feminists?.
14. Homosexual Relations.
Epilogue

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(b) General Works on HIV/AIDS

Abbott-Chapman, Joan and Denholm, Carey. (1997). Adolescent Risk Taking and the Romantic Ethic: HIV/AIDS Awareness Among Year 11 and 12 Students. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 33(3), November.

Abel, G., and L. Fitzgerald. (2006). ‘When you come to it you feel like a dork asking a guy to put a condom on’: is sex education addressing young people’s understandings of risk? Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 6(2): 105-119.

Abraham, Charles and Sheeran, Paschal. (1993). In Search of a Psychology of Safer-Sex Promotion; Beyond Beliefs and Texts. Health Education Research: Theory and Practice, 8(2).

Abraham, Charles et.al. (1991). Young People Learning About AIDS: A Study of Beliefs and Information Sources. Health Education Research: Theory and Practice, 6(1).

Abrahmson, Paul R. and Pukerton, Steven D. Chapter on AIDS in With Pleasure.

Abrams, Dominic, Abraham, Charles, Spears, Russell and Marks, Deborah. (1989). AIDS Invulnerability: Relationships, Sexual Behaviour and Attitudes Among 16-19-Year-Olds. In Aggleton, Peter, Hart, Graham and Davies, Peter. (eds). AIDS: Individual, Cultural and Policy Dimensions. London: Falmer Press .

Aggleton, Peter and Homans, Hilary. (eds). (1988). Social Aspects of AIDS. Philadelphia, PA and East Sussex: Falmer Press .

Aggleton, Peter, Davies, Peter and Hart, Graham. (eds). (1993). AIDS: Facing the Second Decade. London: Falmer Press.

Aggleton, Peter, Davies, Peter and Hart, Graham. (eds). (1994). AIDS: Foundations for the Future. London: Falmer Press
Includes. Empowerment or Disempowerment.
Marital Discourse and Condom Use.

Aggleton, Peter, Davies, Peter and Hart, Graham. (eds). (1997). AIDS: Activism and Alliances. London: Falmer Press.

Aggleton, Peter, Hart, Graham and Davies, Peter. (eds). (1989). AIDS: Individual, Cultural and Policy Dimensions. London: Falmer Press.

Aggleton, Peter, Hart, Graham and Davies, Peter. (eds). (1991). AIDS: Responses, Interventions and Care. London: Falmer Press.

Aggleton, Peter, Hart, Graham and Davies, Peter. (eds). (1992). AIDS: Rights, Risk and Reason. London and Bristol, PA: Falmer Press.

Aggleton, Peter. (ed). (1996). Bisexualities and AIDS: International Perspectives. London: Taylor & Francis.

Ahmed, Paul. (ed). (1992). Living and Dying with AIDS. New York: Plenum Press.

Altman, Dennis. (1999). Globalization, Political Economy, and HIV/AIDS. Theory and Society. 28(4).

Altman, Dennis. (2001). Global Sex. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Antonio, G. (1986). The AIDS Cover Up? The Real and Alarming Facts about AIDS. San Francisco, CA: Ignatius Press .

Ariss, Robert M., with Dowsett, Gary W. (1998). Against Death: The Practice of Living with AIDS. Gordon and Breach.

Arno, Peter S. and Feiden, Karyn L. Against the Odds: The Story of AIDS, Drug Development, Politics, and Profit.

Aronowitz, Stanley. (1995). Against the Liberal State: ACT-UP and the Emergence of Postmodern Politics. In Nicholson, Linda and Seidman, Steven. (eds). Social Postmodernism: Beyond Identity Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Aronson, Elliot, Fried, Carrie and Stone, Jeff. (1991). Overcoming Denial and Increasing the Intention to Use Condoms Through the Induction of Hypocrisy. American Journal of Public Health, 81(12), December .

Auerbach, J.D., and T.J. Coates. (2000). HIV Prevention Research: Accomplishments and Challenges for the Third Decade of AIDS. Am J Public Health, Jul;90(7):1029-32.

Australian Market Research. (1987). Preliminary Report: Benchmark Information on Awareness, Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviour in Australia Prior to the Launch of an Educational Campaign. Unpublished Report Prepared for NACAIDS.

Balassone, Mary Lou, Baker, Sharon, Gillmore, Mary R., Morrison, Diane and Dickstein, Deborah. (1993). Inverventions to Decrease the Risk of HIV/AIDS and Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases Among High-Risk Heterosexual Adolescents. Children and Youth Services Review, 15(6), pp. 475-488.

Ball, Andrew et.al. (eds). (1997). Drug Injecting and HIV Infection: Global Dimensions and Local Responses. London: Taylor & Francis.

Ballard, John A. (1989). The Politics of AIDS. In Gardner, H. (ed.). The Politics of Health: The Australian Experience. Melbourne: Churchill Livingstone.

Ballard, John A. (1990). Social Science and HIV Policy: Mutual Failure of Response. Paper to the Fourth National Conference on AIDS, Canberra, August.

Ballard, John A. (1995). Government at a Distance: AIDS Policy and Subjectivity in Australia. Paper to Borderlands seminar series, Political Science and International Relations, Australian National University, Canberra, 20 October.

Barnett, Tony, and Alan Whiteside. (2002). AIDS in the twenty-first century. Hampshire & New York: Palgrave.

Barnett, Tony, and Piers Blaikie. (1992). AIDS in Africa: Its Present and Future Impact. London: Belhaven Press.

Bartos, M. and K. McDonald. (2000). HIV as Identity, Experience or Career. AIDS Care, Jun;12(3):299-306.

Bartos, Michael and Middleton, Heather. (1997). Different Understandings of Unsafe Sex by Gay Men in HIV Sero-Concordant and Sero-Discordant Relationships. Paper to 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, 22-25 JuneBartos, Michael. (1996). The Queer Excess of Public Health Policy. In Berry, Chris and Jagose, Annamarie. (eds). Meanjin, Special Issue: Australia Queer, 55(1)

Bateson, Mary C. Thinking AIDS.

Bayer, Ronald. (1989). Private Acts, Social Consequences: AIDS and the Politics of Public Health. New York and London: The Free Press.

Berk, Richard A. (ed). (1988). The Social Impact of AIDS in the U.S. Cambridge, MA: Abt Books.

Berringan, David. (1989). Sorrow Built a Bridge: Friendship and AIDS. Fortkamp Publishers.

Bethel, Elizabeth. (1995). AIDS: Readings on a Global Crisis. Massachussetts: Allyn & Bacon.

betts, S. C., D. J. Peterson, and A. J. Huebner. (2003). Zimbabwean adolescents’ condom use: what makes a difference? implications for intervention. Journal of Adolescent Health, 33(3): 165-171.

Bird, S. T., S. M. Harvey, L. J. Beckman, and C. H. Johnson. (2001). Getting your partner to use condoms: Interviews with men and women at risk of HIV/STDs. Journal of Sex Research, 38(3): 233.

Bloor, Michael. (1995). The Sociology of HIV Transmission. London: Sage.

Bochow, Michael. (2000). Are Younger German Gay Men More at Risk From HIV? Results of a National Survey in the Gay Press in Germany. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 2(3), July.

Boldero, Jennifer M., Moore, Susan M. and Rosenthal, Doreen A. (1992). Intention, Context, and Safe Sex: Australian Adolescents’ Responses to AIDS. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 22 .

Bolton, Ralph and Singer, Merrill. (eds). (1996). Rethinking AIDS Prevention, Gordon & Breach .

Bolton, Ralph. (ed). (1989). The AIDS Pandemic: A Global Emergency. New York: Gordon and Breach.

Bor, Robert and Elford, Jonathon. (1994). The Family and HIV. Cassell.

Boulton, Mary. (ed). (1994). Challenge and Innovation: Methodological Advances in Social Research on HIV/AIDS. London: Taylor and Francis.

Boyer, Cherrie B. and Kegeles, Susan M. (1991). AIDS Risk and Prevention Among Adolescents. Social Science and Medicine, 33(1) .

Bradford, David, Stephenson, Paul and Corrie, Robert. (1994). AIDS and Aboriginal People. National AIDS Bulletin, 8(5) June.

Breakwell, G.M. and Fife-Schaw, C.R. (1991). Heterosexual Anal Intercourse and the Risk of AIDS and HIV for 16-20-Year-Olds. Health Education Journal, 50(4), pp. 166-169.

Breitman et.al. How to Persuade Your Lover to Use a Condom.

Brody, S. (1997). Sex at Risk. Lifetime Number of Partners, Frequency of Intercourse, and the Low AIDS Risk of Vaginal Intercourse. New Brunswick/Londen : Transaction Publishers.

Bronfman, Mario, Rene Leyva, and Mirka J. Negroni. (2002). HIV prevention among truck drivers on Mexico’s southern border. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 4 Number 4, October, pp. 475 – 488.

Brown, Michael P. (1997). Replacing Citizenship: AIDS Activism and Radical Democracy. London: Taylor & Francis.

Brown, Tim et al. (eds). Sexually transmitted diseases in Asia and the Pacific. Armidale: Venereology Publishing.

Browne, Jan, and Victor Minichiello. (1994). The Condom: Why More People Don’t Put It On. Sociology of Health and Illness, 16(2), March, pp. 229-251.

Buzwell, Simone and Rosenthal, Doreen (1995). Exploring the Sexual World of the Unemployed Adolescent. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 5, 161-166. .

Buzwell, Simone and Rosenthal, Doreen (1996). Constructing a Sexual Self: Adolescents’ Sexual Self Perceptions and Sexual Risk-Taking. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 6(4), 489-513 .

Buzwell, Simone, Rosenthal, Doreen, and Moore, Susan. (1992). Idealising the Sexual Experience. Youth Studies Australia - HIV/AIDS Education, 3-10.

Callen, Michael. Surviving AIDS.

Campenhoudt, Luc Van et.al. (eds). (1997). Sexual Interactions and HIV Risk: New Conceptual Perspectives in European Research. London: Taylor & Francis.

Campenhoudt, Luc Van. (1999). Commentary: The Relational Rationality of Risk and Uncertainty Reducing Processes Explaining HIV Risk-Related Sexual Behaviour. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 1(2), June.

Catalan, Jose et.al. (eds). (1996). The Impact of AIDS: Psychological and Social Aspects of HIV Infection. Gordon & Breach.

Caton, Hiram. (1995). The AIDS Mirage. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.

Chapple M.J., Kippax S. and Smith G. (1998). ‘Semi-Straight sort of Sex’: Class and Gay Community Attachment Explored Within a Framework of Older Homosexually Active Men. Journal of Homosexuality, 35(2), pp. 65-83.

Clarke, Loren K. and Potts, Malcom. (eds). (1988). The AIDS Reader: Documentary History of a Modern Epidemic. Boston, MA: Branden Publishing Company.

Cleland, John and Ferry, Benoit. (eds). (1995). Sexual Behaviour and AIDS in the Developing World. London: Taylor & Francis.

Clift, Stephen et.al. (1989). Blame and Young People’s Moral Judgements about AIDS. In Aggleton, Peter, Hart, Graham and Davies, Peter. (eds). AIDS: Individual, Cultural and Policy Dimensions. London: Falmer Press .

Cline, Rebecca J.W., Freeman, Kim E. and Johnson, Sarah J. (1990). Talk Among Sexual Partners about AIDS: Factors Differentiating Those Who Talk From Those Who Do Not. Communication Research, 17(6), December .

Cole, Cheryl L. (1996). Containing AIDS: Magic Johnson and Post[Reagan] America. In Seidman, Steven. (ed). (1996). Queer Theory/Sociology. Cambridge, Ma: Blackwell) .

Collins, Chris. (1997). Dangerous Inhibitions: How America is Letting AIDS Become an Epidemic of the Young. UCSF AIDS Research Institute & Center for AIDS Prevention Studies. University of California, San Francisco, February.

Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services. (1996). Partnerships in Practice: National HIV/AIDS Strategy, 1996-97 to 1998-99, December, Canberra: Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services .

Commonwealth of Australia (1997) The National Indigenous Australians’ Sexual Health Strategy 1996-97 to 1998-99.

Connell, R.W. (1990). AIDS Research in Australia. In Daly, J. and Willis, E. (eds). The Social Sciences and Health Research, Canberra: Public Health Association of Australia.

Crawford, JM, Rodden P, Kippax S, Van de Ven P. (2001). Negotiated Safety and Other Agreements Between Men in Relationships: Risk Practice Redefined. Int J STD AIDS, Mar;12(3):164-70.

Crawford, June, Turtle, Alison and Kippax, Susan. (1990). Student-Favoured Strategies for AIDS Avoidance. Australian Journal of Psychology, 42(2).

Crawford, Robert. (1994). The Boundaries of the Self and the Unhealthy Other: Reflections on Health, Culture and AIDS. Social Science and Medicine, 38(10).

Crofts, Nick. (1992). Patterns of Infection. In Timewell, Eric, Minichiello, Victor and Plummer, David. (eds). AIDS in Australia, Parramatta, NSW: Prentice Hall.

Currie, Candace. (1989). Young People in Independent Schools, Sexual Behaviour and AIDS. In Aggleton, Peter, Hart, Graham and Davies, Peter. (eds). AIDS: Individual, Cultural and Policy Dimensions. London: Falmer Press .

Cusick, Linda and Tim Rhodes. (1999). The Process of Disclosing Positive HIV Status: Findings From Qualitative Research. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 1(1), February.

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