(k) Children, Young People, Adolescence and Sexuality

(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: Also see "Schooling, Sexuality, and Sexuality Education" below. References specifically on adolescent males or females are in the sections on male and female sexualities respectively.

Allen, L. (2003). Girls Want Sex, Boys Want Love: Resisting Dominant Discourses of (Hetero) Sexuality. Sexualities, 6(2): 215-236.

Allen, L. (2004). ‘Getting off’ and ‘going out’: Young people’s conceptions of (hetero)sexual relationships. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 6(6): 463-481.

Allen, L. (2004). ‘Getting off’ and ‘going out’: young people’s conceptions of (hetero)sexual relationships. Culture Health & Sexuality, 6(6): 463-481.

American Association of University Women (AAUW) Educational Foundation. (1999). Voices of a Generation: Teenage Girls on Sex, School and Self. New York: AAUW Educational Foundation.

American Psychological Association, Task Force on the Sexualization of Girls. (2007). Report of the APA Task Force on the Sexualization of Girls.Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Anderson, Elijah. (1994). Sex Codes Among Inner-City Youth. In Garrison, Jayne et.al. (eds). Sexuality, Poverty and The Inner City, Menlo Park, CA: Kaiser Family Foundation.

Angelides, S. (2007). Subjectivity under Erasure: Adolescent Sexuality, Gender, and Teacher-Student Sex. Journal of Men’s Studies, 15(3): 347.

Arai, Lisa. (2003). Low expectations, sexual attitudes and knowledge: Explaining teenage pregnancy and fertility in English communities. Insights from qualitative research. Sociological Review, pp. 199-217.

As-Sanie, S., A. Gantt, and M. S. Rosenthal. (2004). Pregnancy Prevention in Adolescents. American Family Physician, 70(8): 1517.

Barrett, Ann. (2004). Oral Sex and Teenagers: A Sexual Health Educator’s Perspective. The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, Fall, Vol. 13, Iss. 3/4.

Bay-Cheng, L. Y., and A. E. Lewis. (2006). Our “Ideal Girl”: Prescriptions of Female Adolescent Sexuality in a Feminist Mentorship Program. Affilia, 21(1): 71-83.

Bearman, Peter S., James Moody, and Katherine Stovel. (2004). Chains of Affection: The Structure of Adolescent Romantic and Sexual Networks. American Journal of Sociology v.111 no.1 July.

Benda, Brent B., and Frederick A. DiBlasio. (1994). An Integration of Theory: Adolescent Sexual Contacts. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 23(3), June.

Berkeley, Dina, and Duncan Ross. (2003). Strategies for improving the sexual health of young people. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 5 Number 1, January.

Best, Amy. (2000). Prom Night: Youth, Schools and Popular Culture. New York: Routledge.

Bettis, P., and N. G. Adams. (2006). Short skirts and breast juts: cheerleading, eroticism and schools. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 6(2): 121-133.

Blackwood, Evelyn (1999). Culture and Women’s Sexualities. Reprinted in: Suzanne LaFont (ed.) (2003), Constructing Sexualities: Readings in Sexuality, Gender, and Culture. Toronto: Prentice Hall.

Blanc, Ann K., and Ann A. Way. (1998). Sexual Behavior and Contraceptive Knowledge and Use Among Adolescents in Developing Countries. Studies in Family Planning, 29(2), June.

Bohmer, Lisa, and Edward Kirumbira. (2000). Socio-Economic Context and the Sexual Behaviour of Ugandan Out Of School Youth. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 2(3), July.

Boies, Sylvain C., Gail Knudson, and Julian Young. (2004). The Internet, Sex, and Youths: Implications for Sexual Development. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, Volume 11, Number 4, October-December, pp. 343-363.

Boyce, W., M. Doherty-Poirier, D. MacKinnon, C. Fortin, and et al. (2006). Sexual Health of Canadian Youth: Findings from the Canadian Youth, Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS Study. The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 15(2): 59.

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

Caceres, C.F. et.al. (1996). Sexual Cultures and Sexual Health: Young People and their Current Discourse, Practice and Risks Regarding Sexuality in Lima, Peru. Int Conf AIDS, July 7-12 .

Caldwell, John C., Pat Caldwell, Bruce K. Caldwell, and Indrani Pieris. (1998). The Construction of Adolescence in a Changing World: Implications for Sexuality, Reproduction, and Marriage. Studies in Family Planning, 29(2), June.

Castro-Vazquez, G., and I. Kishi. (2002). ‘Nemureru KWOkosu MonDearu’: Learning About Sex at a Top Ranking Japanese Senior High School. Sexualities, 5(4): 465-486.

Catherine, C., S. John, D. B. Claire, and B. Paula. (2005). Neighborhood Context and Sexual Behaviors Among Adolescents: Findings from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 37(3): 125.

Chambers, D., E. Tincknell, and J. Van Loon. (2004). Peer regulation of teenage sexual identities. Gender and Education, 16(3): 397-415.

Chambers, D., E. Tincknell, et al. (2004). Peer regulation of teenage sexual identities. Gender and Education, 16(3): 397-415.

Coleman, John, and Debi Roker. (eds). (1998). Teenage Sexuality: Health, Risk and Education. Amsteldijk, The Netherlands: Harwood Academic Publishers.

Coleman, L., and S. Cater. (2005). A Qualitative Study of the Relationship Between Alcohol Consumption and Risky Sex in Adolescents. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 34(6): 649-661.

Collins, John K. (1993). Approaches to Adolescent Sexuality: The Australian Picture. Australian Journal of Marriage & Family, 14(3), November.

Condon, J.T., J. Donovan, and C.J. Corkindale. (2000). Australian Adolescents’ Attitudes and Beliefs Concerning Pregnancy, Childbirth and Parenthood. Journal of Adolescence, 24, pp. 729-742.

Connell, P., C. McKevitt, and N. Low. (2004). Investigating ethnic differences in sexual health: focus groups with young people. Sex Transm Infect, 80(4): 300-305.

Connell, Patricia, Christopher McKevitt, and Nicola Low. (2001). Sexually Transmitted Infections Among Black Young People in South-East London: Results of a rapid ethnographic assessment. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 3 Number 3, July, pp. 311-327.

Constantine, L., and F. Martinson, (Eds.), (1981) Children and Sex: New Findings, New Perspectives. Boston: Little, Brown & Co.

Cotton, S., L. Mills, P. A. Succop, F. M. Biro, and S. L. Rosenthal. (2004). Adolescent girls’ perceptions of the timing of their sexual initiation: ‘too young’ or ‘just right’? Journal of Adolescent Health, 34(5): 453-458.

Couch, Murray, Gary W. Dowsett, Sophie Dutertre, Deborah Keys, and Marian K. Pitts. (2006). Looking for More: A Review of Social and Contextual Factors Affecting Young People’s Sexual Health. Melbourne: Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society.

Coyle, K. K., D. B. Kirby, B. V. Marin, C. A. Gomez, and S. E. Gregorich. (2004). Draw the Line/Respect the Line: A Randomized Trial of a Middle School Intervention to reduce Sexual Risk Behaviors. American Journal of Public Health, 94(5): 843.

Cubbin, C., J. Santelli, C.D. Brindis, and P. Braveman. (2005). Neighborhood context and sexual behaviors among adolescents: findings from the national longitudinal study of adolescent health. Perspect Sex Reprod Health, Sep; 37(3): 125-34.

Curtis, B., and A. Hunt. (2007). The Fellatio ‘Epidemic’: Age Relations and Access to the Erotic Arts. Sexualities, 10(1): 5-28.

Cynthia, R., E. A. Nancy, E. G. Jill, and M. E. Jonathan. (2005). Adolescent Partner-Type Experience: Psychosocial and Behavioral Differences. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 37(3): 141.

Davidson, J. Kenneth, and Nelwyn B. Moore (eds.). (2005). Speaking Of Sexuality: Interdisciplinary Readings. Second Edition.
Preface by Pepper Schwartz.
Foreword by John D. DeLamater.
PART II: SEXUALITY AND THE LIFE CYCLE: CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE.
8: Human Sexual Development / John D. DeLamater and William N. Friedrich.
9: Current Religious Doctrines of Sexual and Erotic Development in Childhood / Robert T. Francoeur.
10: Early Childhood Exposure to Parental Nudity and Scenes of Parental Sexuality / Paul Okami, Richard Olmstead, Paul R. Abramson, and Laura Pendleton.
11: Negotiation of First Sexual Intercourse Among Latina Adolescent Mothers / Pamela I. Erickson.

Davis, P., and R. Lay-Yee. (1999). Early sex and its behavioral consequences in New Zealand. Journal of Sex Research, 36(2): 135.

Deborah, L. T., I. S. Meg, and H. Tricia. (2003). Gender matters: Constructing a model of adolescent sexual health. Journal of Sex Research, 40(1): 4.

Dennis, J. P. (2002). The sexualization of boyhood, in D. Th. Cook (Ed.), Symbolic Childhood (pp. 211-226). New York: Peter Lang.

DiCenso, Alba, Gordon Guyatt, A. Willan, and L. Griffith. (2002). Interventions to Reduce Unwanted Pregnancies among Adolescents: Systematic Review of Randomised Control Trials. British Journal of Medicine, Vol. 324, 15 June.

DiLorio, C., W.N. Dudley, J.E. Soet, and F. McCarty. (2004). Sexual possibility situations and sexual behaviors among young adolescents: the moderating role of protective factors. J Adolesc Health, Dec; 35(6): 528.e11-20.

Donaghy, Bronwyn. (1999). Unzipped: Everything Teenagers Want to Know About Love, Sex and Each Other. HarperCollins.

Dore, H. (2005). Early First Sex May Not Lead to increased STD Risk During Young Adulthood. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 37(3): 158.

Eaton, L., A. J. Flisher, and L. E. Aaro. (2003). Unsafe sexual behaviour in South African youth. Social Science & Medicine, 56(1): 149-165.

Eder, Donna, Evans, Catherine and Parker, Stephen (1995) School Talk: Gender and Adolescent Culture. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Eggermont, S. (2005). Young adolescents’ perceptions of peer sexual behaviours: The role of television viewing. Child Care Health Dev., Jul; 31(4): 459-68.

Eisenman, R., and M. Dantzker. (2006). Gender and Ethnic Differences in Sexual Attitudes at a Hispanic-Serving University. Journal of General Psychology, 133(2): 153-162.

Elizabeth, L. P., M. Brian, and H. Allison. (2000). “Hookups”: Characteristics and correlates of college students’ spontaneous and anonymous sexual experiences. Journal of Sex Research, 37(1): 76.

Elliot, K.J., and A.J. Lambourn. (1999). Sex, Drugs and Alcohol: Two Peer-Led Approaches in Tamaki Makaurau/Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand. Journal of Adolescence, v.22, n.4, pp.503-513..

Ellis, L., B. Robb, and D. Burke. (2005). Sexual orientation in United States and Canadian college students. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 34(5): 569-581.

Epstein, D., R. Johnson, and D. L. Steinberg. (2000). Twice Told Tales: Transformation, Recuperation and Emergence in the Age of Consent Debates 1998. Sexualities, 3(1): 5-30.

Eyre, Stephen L., Eric W. Davis, and Ben Peacock. (2001). Moral Argumentation in Adolescents’ Commentaries About Sex. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 3(1), January, pp. 1-17.

Eyre, Stephen L., N.W. Read, and S.G. Millstein. (1997). Adolescent Sexual Strategies. Journal of Adolescent Health, v.20, n.4, pp. 286-93.

Faulkner, S. L. (2003). Good Girl or Flirt Girl: Latinas’ Definitions of Sex and Sexual Relationships. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 25(2): 174-200.

Faust, Beatrice. (1995). Child Sexuality and Age of Consent Laws: The Netherlands Model. Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal, Vol. 5, July.

Feiring, C. (1996). Concepts of Romance in 15-Year-Old Adolescents. Journal of Research on Adolescence, v.6, n.2, pp. 181-200.

Feldman, S.S., R.A. Turner, and K. Araujo. (1999). Interpersonal Context as an Influence on Sexual Timetables of Youths: Gender and ethnic effects. Journal of Research on Adolescence, v.9, n.1, pp.25-52.

Fernandez, M. L., and Y. R. Castro. (2003). The big five and sexual attitudes in Spanish students. Social Behavior and Personality, 31(4): 357.

Fine, Michelle, and Pat Macpherson. (year?). Over Dinner: Feminism and Adolescent Female Bodies. In Radtke, H. Lorraine and Stam, Henderikus J. (eds). Power/Gender: Social Relations in Theory and Practice. London: Sage Publications, pp. 194-209.

Fine, Michelle. (1993). Sexuality, Schooling, and Adolescent Females: The Missing Discourse of Desire. In Weis, Lois and Fine, Michelle. (eds). Beyond Silenced Voices: Class, Race, and Gender in United States Schools. New York: State University of New York Press (Also in Harvard Educational Review, 1988, 58(1)).

Fisher, Caitlin (2002). The Sexual Girl Within: Breaking Feminist Silence on Desiring Girlhood. Merri Lisa Johnson (ed.), Jane Sexes It Up: True Confessions of Feminist Desire. 53-64. New York: Four Walls Eight Windows.

Ford, N., and K. Morgan. (1989). Heterosexual Lifestyles of Young People in an English City. Journal of Population and Social Studies, 1(2).

Fortenberry, J. D., B. P. Katz, M. J. Blythe, B. E. Juliar, W. Tu, and D. P. Orr. (2006). Factors associated with time of day of sexual activity among adolescent women. Journal of Adolescent Health, 38(3): 275-281.

Fortenberry, J.D. et al (1997). Contraceptive Behaviour and Adolescent Lifestyles: A Structural Modeling Approach. Journal of Research on Adolescence, v.7, n.3, pp.307-29.

Froyum, C. M. (2007). ‘At Least I’m Not Gay’: Heterosexual Identity Making among Poor Black Teens. Sexualities, 10(5): 603-622.

Furstenberg (sp?) et.al. (1981). Teenage Sexuality, Pregnancy, and Childbearing.

Gadin, K. G., and A. Hammarstrom. (2000). ‘We won’t let them keep us quiet.. ‘ Gendered strategies in the negotiation of power--implications for pupils’ health and school health promotion. Health Promot. Int., 15(4): 303-311.

Gage, Anastasia J. (1998). Sexual Activity and Contraceptive Use: The components of the decisionmaking process. Studies in Family Planning, 29(2), June.

Gammeltoft, T. (2002). Seeking trust and transcendence: sexual risk-taking among Vietnamese youth. Social Science & Medicine, 55(3): 483-496.

Gilmartin, S. K. (2006). Changes in College Women’s Attitudes Toward Sexual Intimacy. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 16: 429-454.

Giroux, Henry A. (1998). Nymphet Fantasies: Child Beauty Pageants and the Politics of Innocence. Social Text, No. 57, 16(4), Winter.

Gittins, Diana. (1997). Children’s Sexuality: Why Do Adults Panic?. In The Child in Question. Macmillan.

Goldman, Ronald, and Juliette Goldman. (1982). Children’s Sexual Thinking. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Goldman, Ronald, and Juliette Goldman. (1988). Show Me Yours: Understanding Children’s Sexuality. Ringwood, VIC: Penguin.

Goodson, P., A. Evans, and E. Edmundson. (1997). Female adolescents and onset of sexual intercourse: A theory-based review of research from 1984 t1994. Journal of Adolescent Health, 21(3): 147-156.

Goodson, P., E. R. Buhi, and S. C. Dunsmore. (2006). Self-esteem and adolescent sexual behaviors, attitudes, and intentions: a systematic review. Journal of Adolescent Health, 38(3): 310-319.

Gottschalk, Lorene. (2005). Response to Zucker Commentary on Gottschalk’s. (2003). ‘Same-sex Sexuality and Childhood Gender Non-conformity: A Spurious Connection’. Journal of Gender Studies, Volume 14 Number 2, July.

Gray, Mary L. (1999). In Your Face: Stories from the Lives of Queer Youth. Haworth Press

Grello, C. M., D. P. Welsh, and M. S. Harper. (2006). No Strings Attached: The Nature of Casual Sex in College Students. Journal of Sex Research, 43(3): 255.

Grey, Anthony. (1993). What About The Children. Chapter 11 in Speaking of Sex: The Limits of Language. London & New York: Cassell.

Griffin, Christine. (1993). Young People and the ‘Private Sphere’: Family Life and Sexuality. Chapter 6 in Representations of Youth: The Study of Youth and Adolescence in Britain and America. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Griffin, Christine. (1997). Troubled Teens: Managing disorders of transition and consumption. Feminist Review, 55, Spring, pp. 4-21.

Grunseit, Anne Carolyn. (2004). Precautionary tales: Condom and contraceptive use among young Australian apprentices. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 6, Number 6, November-December, pp. 517-535.

Grunseit, Anne, and P. Aggleton. (1998). Lessons learned: an update on the published literature concerning the impact of HIV and sexuality education for young people. Health Education, 98(2).

Grunseit, Anne, Juliet Richters, June Crawford, Angela Song, and Susan Kippax. (2005). Stability and Change in Sexual Practices among First-Year Australian University Students (1990-1999). Archives of Sexual Behavior, Volume 34, Number 5, October, pp. 557 – 568.

Grunseit, Anne, S. Kippax, P. Aggleton, M. Baldo and G. Slutkin. (1997). Sexuality Education and Young People’s Sexual Behavior: A Review of Studies. Journal of Adolescent Research, v.12, n.4, pp. 421-453.

Haffner, D.W. (1998). Facing Facts: Sexual Health for American Adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health, v.22, n.6, pp.453-459.

Hahm, H. C., M. Lahiff, and R. M. Barreto. (2006). Asian American Adolescents’ First Sexual Intercourse: Gender and Acculturation Differences. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 38(1): 28.

Halpern-Felsher, B. L., J. L. Cornell, R. Y. Kropp, and J. M. Tschann. (2005). Oral versus vaginal sex among adolescents: perceptions, attitudes, and behavior. Pediatrics, Apr., Vol. 115, Iss. 4.

Hanna, B. (2001). Adolescent Parenthood: A costly mistake or a search for love?. Reproductive Health Matters, v.9, n.17, pp.101-07.

Hansen, W.B., E.D. Paskett, and L.J. Carter. (1999). The Adolescent Sexual Activity Index (ASAI): a standardized strategy for measuring interpersonal heterosexual behaviors among youth. Health Educ Res., Aug; 14(4): 485-90.

Harper, G. W., C. Gannon, et al. (2004). The Role of Close Friends in African American Adolescents’ Dating and Sexual Behavior. The Journal of Sex Research 41(4): 351.

Harper, G. W., C. Gannon, S. E. Watson, J. A. Catania, and M. M. Dolcini. (2004). The Role of Close Friends in African American Adolescents’ Dating and Sexual Behavior. Journal of Sex Research, 41(4): 351.

Harris, Mary B. (ed). (1998). School Experiences of Gay and Lesbian Youth: The Invisible Minority. Haworth Press

Harrison, Abigail. (2007). Hidden Love: Sexual ideologies and relationship ideals among rural South African adolescents in the context of HIV/AIDS. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 10(2).

Harrison, Lyn, and Dempsey Deborah. (1998). Sexual Health Service Provision to the Young and Homeless. Youth Studies Australia, 17(3), 26-35. .

Heins, Marjorie. (2001). Not in Front of the Children: “Indecency”, Censorship, and the Innocence of Youth. Hill and Wang.

Hickman, S., and C. L. Muehlenhard. (1999). ‘By the semi-mystical appearance of a condom’: How young women and men communicate sexual consent in heterosexual situations. Journal of Sex Research, 36, 258-272.

Hillier, Lynn, Lyn Harrison, and Kate Bowditch. (1999). ‘Neverending Love’ and ‘Blowing Your Load’: The Meanings of Sex to Rural Youth. Sexualities, 2(1), February: 69-88..

Hillier, Lynne (1999). ‘It Ain’t Easy Being Lesbigay’: Challenges of Research with Sexual Minority Youth. Queering Health Agendas: Proceeding of Health In Difference II, the Second National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference. Melbourne 22-24 January 1998. Melbourne: Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health & Society, La Trobe University, 83-89.

Hillier, Lynne and Harrison, Lyn (1999). The Girls in our Town: Sex, Love, Relationships in Rural Life. In H La Nauze, L Briskman & M Lynn. (eds), Challenging Rural Practice: Human Services in Australia. Geelong: Deakin University Press, 194-205.

Hillier, Lynne, and D. Dempsey. (1997). Keeping Sexual Health on the Agenda: Challenges for Service Provision to Young Homeless People in Australia. Sexuality, Homelessness and Young People Project (Part Two). National Centre in HIV Social Research, Centre for the Study of Sexually Transmissible Diseases, La Trobe University.

Hillier, Lynne, and Doreen Rosenthal. (eds). (2001). Journal of Adolescence, Special Issue on Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth, Volume 24, Number 1, February.
Includes;
A Critique of Research on Sexual-Minority Youths / Ritch C. Savin-Williams.
The Quest for Modern Manhood: Masculine Stereotypes, Peer Culture and the Social Significance of Homophobia / David C. Plummer.
Naming the ‘Outsider Within’: Homophobic Pejoratives and the Verbal Abuse of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual High-School Pupils / Crispin Thurlow.
Suicide and Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual Youth: Implications for Clinicians / Linda L. Morrison, Jeff L’Heureux.
‘I Was Terrified of Being Different’: Exploring Gay Men’s Accounts of Growing-Up in a Heterosexist Society / Paul Flowers, Katie Buston.
Gendered (S)explorations Among Same-Sex Attracted Young People in Australia / Deborah Dempsey, Lynne Hillier, Lyn Harrison.
Benefits of Cross-Sexual Orientation Friendships Among Adolescent Females / M. Paz Galupo, Sarah St John.
Heterosexism and Homophobia in Scottish School Sex Education: Exploring the Nature of the Problem / Katie Buston, Graham Hart.
School Outcomes of Sexual Minority Youth in the United States: Evidence from a National Study / Stephen T. Russell, Hinda Seif, Nhan L. Truong.
Playing It Safe: Addressing the Emotional and Physical Health of Lesbian and Gay Pupils in the U.K / Ian Warwick, Peter Aggleton, Nicola Douglas.

Hillier, Lynne, Chyloe Kurdas, and Philomena Horsley. (2001). ‘It’s Just Easier’ The Internet as a Safety-net for Same Sex Attracted Young People. La Trobe University: Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health & Society.

Hillier, Lynne, Deborah Dempsey, Lyn Harrison, Lisa Beale, and Lesley Matthews. (1999). Writing Themselves In: Same Sex Attracted Young People in Australia 1998. Melbourne: Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, National Centre in HIV Social Research, La Trobe University.

Hillier, Lynne, Deborah Warr and Ben Haste. (1996). The Rural Mural: Sexuality and Diversity in Rural Youth. Centre for the Study of Sexually Transmissable Diseases, La Trobe University. Melbourne.

Hillier, Lynne, Deborah Warr and Ben Haste. (1998). Rural Youth: HIV/STD Knowledge Levels and Sources of Information. Aust J Rural Health, Feb; 6(1):18-26.

Hillier, Lynne, Dempsey D & Harrison L (1999). ‘I’d Never Share a Needle [But I Often Have Unsafe Sex]’: Considering the Paradox of Young People’s Sex and Drugs Talk. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 1(4), 347-361.

Hillier, Lynne, L. Matthews, and D. Dempsey. (1997). A Low Priority in a Hierarchy of Needs: A Profile of the Sexual Health Needs of Homeless Young People in Australia. Sexuality Homelessness and Young People Project (Part One). National Centre in HIV Social Research, Centre for the Study of Sexually Transmissible Diseases, La Trobe University.

Hillier, Lynne, Lyn Harrison, and Deborah Warr. (1998). When You Carry Condoms All the Boys Think You Want It’: Negotiating competing discourses about safe sex. Journal of Adolescence, 21(1), February, pp. 15-29.

Hirst, Julia. (2003). Researching young people’s sexuality and learning about sex: Experience, need, and sex and relationship education. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 6, Number 2 , March-April, pp. 115-129.

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

Hollander, Dore. (2005). Many Young Teenagers Consider Oral Sex More Acceptable and Less Risky Than Vaginal Intercourse. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, Sept., Vol. 37, Iss. 3.

Hollander, Dore. (2005). Social Factors May Explain Why Youth Who move Are At Risk of Sexual Initiation. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 37(3): 156.

Howard, M. M., J. D. Fortenberry, M. J. Blythe, G. D. Zimet, and D. P. Orr. (1999). Patterns of sexual partnerships among adolescent females. Journal of Adolescent Health, 24(5): 300-303.

Impett, E., D. Schooler, and D. Tolman. (2006). to be Seen and Not Heard: Femininity Ideology and Adolescent Girls’ Sexual Health. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 35(2): 129-142.

Ingham, Roger, Alison Woodcock, and Karen Stenner. (1991). Getting to Know You… Young People’s Knowledge of their Partners at First Intercourse. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 1(2) .

Ingham, Roger, Alison Woodcock, and Karen Stenner. (1992). The Limitations of Rational Decision-Making Models as Applied to Young People’s Sexual Behaviour. In Aggleton, Peter, Hart, Graham and Davies, Peter. (eds). (1992). AIDS: Rights, Risk and Reason. London and Bristol, PA: Falmer Press .

Irvine, Janice M. (ed.). (1994). Sexual Cultures and the Construction of Adolescent Identities. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Ives, Richard. (1986). Children’s Sexual Rights. In Franklin, Bob. (ed.). The Rights of Children. Oxford/New York: Basil Blackwell.

Jackson, S. (2005). ‘Dear Girlfriend.. ‘: Constructions of Sexual Health Problems and Sexual Identities in Letters to a Teenage Magazine. Sexualities, 8(3): 282-305.

Jackson, S. (2005). ‘I’m 15 and desperate for sex’: ‘Doing’ and ‘undoing’ desire in letters to a teenage magazine. Feminism & Psychology, 15(3): 295-313.

Jackson, Stevi. (1982). Childhood and Sexuality. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Jackson, Stevi. (2005). ‘I’m 15 and desperate for sex’: ‘Doing’ and ‘undoing’ desire in letters to a teenage magazine. Feminism & Psychology, 15(3): 295-313.

Janssen, D. F. (2003a). Growing Up Sexually. Volume I: World Reference Atlas; Volume II. The Sexual Curriculum. 0.1 editions. Victoria Park, W.A.: Books Reborn.

Jejeebhoy, S. J. (1998). Adolescent sexual and reproductive behavior: a review of the evidence from India. Social Science & Medicine, 46(10): 1275-1290.

Jennifer, L. K., D. H. Kimberly, R. Giovanna, and F. O. S. Lucia. (2003). Sibling influence, gender roles, and the sexual socialization of urban early adolescent girls. Journal of Sex Research, 40(1): 101.

Johansson, Thomas. (2007). The Transformation of Sexuality: Gender and identity in contemporary youth culture. Aldershot: Ashgate.

John, S. S., M. Brian, E. A. John, and L. Laura Duberstein. (2006). Contraceptive Use and Pregnancy Risk Among U. S. High School Students, 1991-2003. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 38(2): 106.

Jones, R. K., J. E. Darroch, and S. Singh. (2005). Religious differentials in the sexual and reproductive behaviors of young women in the United States. Journal of Adolescent Health, 36(4): 279-288.

Josephine, P. W. (2006). Age of consent to sexual activity in Canada: Background to proposed new legislation on “age of protection”. The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 15(3/4).

Journal of Adolescence. (2001). Volume 24, Number 3, June. Includes;
Cognitive strategies employed in trying to arrange a first date / Sandy Jackson, Marie Noel Jacob, Karlien Landman-Peeters, Agnes Lanting, pp. 267-279.
Affective and behavioral responses to friends who neglect their friends for dating partners: influences of gender, jealousy and perspective / Melanie A. Roth, Jeffrey G. Parker, pp. 281-296.
Coping with stress in different phases of romantic development / Tanja Nieder, Inge Seiffge-Krenke, pp. 297-311.
Diverse aspects of dating: associations with psychosocial functioning from early to middle adolescence / Melanie J. Zimmer-Gembeck, Jessica Siebenbruner, W. Andrew Collins, pp. 313-336.
Adolescent romantic relationships: a look from the future / Shmuel Shulman, Offer Kipnis, pp. 337-351.
Characteristics of closeness in adolescent romantic relationships / Ryan E. Adams, Brett Laursen, David Wilder, pp. 353-363.
The interpersonal context of romantic autonomy in adolescence / Ali Taradash, Jennifer Connolly, Debra Pepler, Wendy Craig, Monique Costa, pp. 365-377.
The capacity for romantic intimacy: exploring the contribution of best friend and marital and parental relationships / Miri Scharf, Ofra Mayseless, pp. 379-399.
The development of commitment and attachment in dating relationships: attachment security as relationship construct / Sandra L. Duemmler, Roger Kobak, pp. 401-415.
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3. The historical regulation of sexuality and gender of students and teachers: an intertwined legacy.
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Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood.
19th edition, 2008, Canberra, Australia. ISBN 0 646 18088 6

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