“We Live Just Like a Normal Family”: Exploring Local Renderings of the Global HIV Normalisation Discourse Among Serodiscordant Couples in Papua New Guinea.
Sexuality & Culture: 1-19.
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‘When They Do That Kind of Bad Things to Me, I Feel That They Encourage Me to be Strong and Be Who I Am’: How Transfeminine People in Samoa, Tonga and the Cook Islands Experience Discrimination, Acceptance and a Sense of Place
Culture, Health and Sexuality.
Anderst A, McMillan K, Gorman H, O’Connor M & Worth H (2022).
Illegal Abortion and Reproductive Injustice in the Pacific Islands: A Qualitative Analysis of Court Data. Developing World Bioethics.
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Making Sense of Serodiscordance: Pathways and Aftermaths of HIV Testing among Couples with Mixed HIV Status in Papua New Guinea
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Perpetration of Violence by Female Sex Workers in Papua New Guinea: 'We will Crush their Bones'
British Journal of Criminology, 61(1): 104-122.
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