Canadian Sex Work Research

'So It's Always a Dance': The Politics of Gifts and Governance at a Drop-in Centre for Vulnerable Women in London, Ontario (with Sara Farr and Susan Macphail), Risky Subjects, Health Citizens: Studies in Canadian Governmentality (2012)
 

Indian Sex Work Research

HIV/AIDS Prevention Programming with "Traditional" Sex Workers in Rural India: Challenges for the Empowerment Approach in Community-Sanctioned Sex Work Environments (with J. O'Neil, J. Blanchard, A. Costigan, and S. Moses), HIV/AIDS: Global Frontiers in Prevention/Intervention (2009)
 

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Girl, Woman, Lover, Mother: Towards a New Understanding of Child Prostitution among Young Devadasi Sex Workers in Rural Karnataka, India, Social Science & Medicine (2007)

The emotive issue of child prostitution is at the heart of international debates over ‘trafficking’...

 

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In This Life: The Impact of Gender and Tradition on Sexuality and Relationships for Devadasi Sex Workers in Rural India, Sexuality & Culture (2007)

In the popular imagination and certain academic fields, sex workers' experiences of sexuality and intimate...

 

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Understanding the Social and Cultural Context of Female Sex Workers in Karnataka, India: Implications for Prevention of HIV Infection (with J. Blanchard, J. O'Neil, B. M. Ramesh, P. Bhattacharjee, and S. Moses), Journal of Infectious Disease (2005)
 

Aboriginal Populations Research

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Factors Behind HIV Testing Practices among Canadian Aboriginal Peoples Living Off-Reserve (with C. McInnes, K. Fernandes, M. Clement, M. Gilbert, V. Lima, J. Montaner, and R. Hogg), AIDS Care (2010)

The objective of this study was to examine factors associated with HIV testing among Aboriginal...

 

Cultural Value of Food Among The Naskapi, Pushing The Margins. Native and Northern Studies (2001)
 

Sexuality, Gender and Health, including HIV/AIDS

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Identifying Self-Perceived HIV-Related Stigma in a Population Accessing Antiretroviral Therapy (with D. Tzemis, J. Forrest, C. Puskas, W. Zhang, A. Palmer, C. McInnes, K. Fernandes, J. Montaner, and R. Hogg), AIDS Care (2012)
 

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Considerations for Culturally Appropriate HIV/AIDS Education Strategies in Belize: An Analytical Study Exploring the Relationship between Knowledge and Stigma (with C. McInnes, E. Druyts, R. Baird, W. Zhang, R. Hogg, and P. VanDeusen), University of British Columba Medical Journal (2010)
 

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Factors Behind HIV Testing Practices among Canadian Aboriginal Peoples Living Off-Reserve (with C. McInnes, K. Fernandes, M. Clement, M. Gilbert, V. Lima, J. Montaner, and R. Hogg), AIDS Care (2010)

The objective of this study was to examine factors associated with HIV testing among Aboriginal...

 

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Insert Discourse: Rectal Douching Among Young HIV-Positive and HIV-Negative Gay Men in Vancouver, Canada (with A. Schilder, C. Buchner, S. Strathdee, and R. Hogg), Sexuality & Culture (2010)

Douching is a common practice among certain groups of women and MSM, and it is...

 

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It’s like the treasure”: Beliefs Associated with Semen Among Young HIV-Positive and HIV-Negative Men Who Have Sex With Men (with A. Schilder, C. Buchner, M. Miller, K. Fernandez, S. Strathdee, and R. Hogg), Health & Sexuality (2008)
 

Social Science Research

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How Do We ‘See’ Occupations? An Examination of Visual Research Methodologies in the Study of Human Occupation (with L. Hartman, A. Mandich, and L. Magalhaes), Journal of Occupational Science (2011)

This article argues that visual research methodologies have potential to contribute to the study of...

 

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Best Practices in Intercultural Health; Five Case Studies in Latin America (with J. Mignone, J. Bartlett, and J. O'Nwil), Journal of Ethnomedicine and Ethnobiology (2007)

The practice of integrating western and traditional indigenous medicine is fast becoming an accepted and...