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Boundary breaches: the body, sex and sexuality after stoma surgery.
- L. Manderson
- MedicineSocial science & medicine
- 1 July 2005
Somali women and well-being: social networks and social capital among immigrant women in Australia.
Somalis have been one of the largest groups to migrate to Australia under its provisions for refugee and humanitarian resettlement. Drawing on ethnographic research conducted in Melbourne in…
Managing type 2 diabetes in Soweto-The South African Chronic Disease Outreach Program experience.
Women's Health Australia: Establishment of The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health
Results of pilot studies indicate that it is feasible to use the Health Insurance Commission (Medicare) database as a sampling frame for the three main cohorts and that middle-aged women are more likely than older or younger women to consent to participate.
Community and School-Based Health Education for Dengue Control in Rural Cambodia: A Process Evaluation
The need for sustained routine education for dengue prevention and control is suggested, and the need for approaches to ensure the translation of knowledge into practice is suggested.
MOSQUITO AVOIDANCE AND BED NET USE IN THE GREATER ACCRA REGION, GHANA
The paper points to the complexity of social and personal factors implicated in behavioural interventions for malaria control, and questions behavioural models that assume a linear relationship between knowledge and practice.
“Researcher Saturation”: The Impact of Data Triangulation and Intensive-Research Practices on the Researcher and Qualitative Research Process
It is demonstrated that researchers who are involved in all phases of emotionally demanding research repeatedly relive difficult events, which might potentially compromise the researchers' well-being and, in turn, the research process and data validity.
Roasting, smoking and dieting in response to birth: malay confinement in cross-cultural perspective.
- L. Manderson
- MedicineSocial science & medicine. Part B, Medical…
- 1 October 1981
The Transtheoretical Model and cervical screening: its application among culturally diverse communities in Queensland, Australia.
Structuring cervical cancer screening promotion in terms of the Transtheoretical Model of Behaviour Change may significantly improve the effectiveness of interventions for women of diverse cultures and ethnicities.
Stigma, identity and resistance among people living with HIV in South Africa
- J. Goudge, L. Manderson, B. Ngoma, H. Schneider
- Medicine, SociologySAHARA J : journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS…
- 1 November 2009
The illness narratives reported here show that the ability to resist stigma derives from a new role or identity with social value or meaning, which requires resources that are limited due to poverty, and exacerbated by unstable family relations.