Critical quantitative analyses of sex and pleasure
Carter A, et al. (2018). Love with HIV: A latent class analysis of sexual and intimate relationship experiences among women living with HIV. Archives of Sexual Behaviour, 1-29.
Carter A, et al. (2018). The Importance of Sex in the Lives of Women Living with HIV: A Critical Quantitative Analysis. International Journal of Sexual Health, 30(1), 92-110.
Carter A, et al. (2017). The Problematization of Sexuality among Women Living with HIV and a New Feminist Approach for Understanding and Enhancing Women’s Sexual Lives. Sex Roles. Issue 11–12, pp 779–800.
Gender, bodies, and health in contemporary society
Carter A, et al. (2020). Unwanted sex due to intoxication among Australians aged 16–69 years. Journal of Sex Research. Online First October 14, 2020.
Carter A, et al. (2019). “Fulfilling His Needs, Not Mine”: Reasons for Not Talking About Painful Sex and Associations with Lack of Pleasure in a Nationally Representative Sample of Women in the United States. The Journal of Sexual Medicine, 16(12), 1953-1965.
Carter A, et al. (2017). Association Between Internet Use and Body Dissatisfaction Among Young Females: Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Canadian Community Health Survey. Medical Journal of Internet Research, 19(2), e39.
Feminist methods in sex research
Kaida A, Carter A, et al. (2019). Hiring, training, and supporting Peer Research Associates: Operationalizing community-based research principles within epidemiological studies by, with, and for women living with HIV. Harm Reduction Journal, 16, article number 47.
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