men, masculinities and gender politics

Authors

(ii) Internet and sexuality

Barraket, J. and M. S. Henry-Waring (2008). Getting it on(line): Sociological perspectives on e-dating. Journal of Sociology, 44(2): 149-165.

Carla, J. G., and W. P. James. (2005). The Language of Love: Sex, Sexual Orientation, and Language Use in Online Personal Advertisements. Sex Roles, 52(7-8): 447.

Cavaglion, G. (2008). Narratives of Self-Help of Cyberporn Dependents. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 15(3): 195 - 216.

Chaney, M. P. and C. Y. Chang (2005). A Trio of Turmoil for Internet Sexually Addicted Men Who Have Sex with Men: Boredom Proneness, Social Connectedness, and Dissociation. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 12(1): 3 - 18.

Chiou, W. -B., and C. -S. Wan. (2006). Sexual Self-Disclosure in Cyberspace among Taiwanese Adolescents: Gender Differences and the Interplay of Cyberspace and Real Life. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 9(1): 46-53.

Colley, A., Todd, Z., Bland, M., Holmes, M., Khanom, N., Pike, H. (2004). Style and Content in E-Mails and Letters to Male and Female Friends. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 23(3): 369-378.

Daneback, K., Ross, M. W. & Mansson, S. A. (2006). Characteristics and behaviours of    sexual    compulsives who use the internet for sexual purposes. Sexual Addiction &    Compulsivity,    13, 53-67.

Daneback, K., S.-A. Mansson and M. Ross (2007). Using the Internet to Find Offline Sex Partners. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 10(1): 100-107.

Dawson, B. L. and W. D. McIntosh (2006). Sexual Strategies Theory and Internet Personal Advertisements. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 9(5): 614-617.

Dew, B., and M. Chaney. (2005). The Relationship Among Sexual Compulsivity, Internalized Homophobia, and HIV At-Risk Sexual Behavior in Gay and Bisexual Male Users of Internet Chat Rooms. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 12(4): 259-273.

Doring, N. (2009). The internet’s impact on sexuality: A critical review of 15 years of    research. Computers in Human Behaviour, 25, 1089-1101.

Fantone, L. (2003). Final Fantasies: Virtual Women’s Bodies. Feminist Theory, 4(1): 51-72.

Ferree, Marnie C. (2003). Women and the web: Cybersex activity and implications. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, Volume 18, Number 3, August, pp. 385-393.

Griffiths, M. (2000). Excessive Internet Use: Implications for Sexual Behavior. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 3(4): 537-552.

Griffiths, Mark. (2000). Excessive Internet Use: Implications for Sexual Behavior. CyberPsychology & Behavior, August, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 537-552.

Grov, Christian, Anthony Bamonte, Armando Fuentes, Jeffrey T. Parsons, David S. Bimbi, and Jon Morgenstern. (2007). Exploring the internet’s role in sexual compulsivity and out of control sexual thoughts/behaviour: A qualitative study of gay and bisexual men in New York City. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 10(2).

Hakim, Catherine. (2012). The New Rules: Internet, Playfairs and Erotic Power. New South Books.

Henry-Waring, Millsom, and Jo Barraket. (2008). Dating & Intimacy in the 21st Century: The Use of Online Dating Sites in Australia. International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society, Vol. 6, No. 1, 14-33.

Hertlein, K., Piercy, F. (2006). Internet Infidelity - A Critical Review of the Literature. The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, 14(4): 366-371.

Hillier, L., and L. Harrison. (2007). Building Realities Less Limited Than Their Own: Young People Practising Same-Sex Attraction on the Internet. Sexualities, 10(1): 82-100.

Janis, W., J. M. Kimberly, and F. David. (2002). Close online relationships in a national sample of adolescents. Adolescence, 37(147): 441.

Malta, Sue (2007) Love Actually! Older Adults and their Romantic Internet Relationships. Australian Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society, Vol. 5, No. 2: 84-102.

Manning, J. (2007). Ethnographic Understandings of Online Love. Review of Communication, 7(4): 427 - 430.

Matsuba, M. K. (2006). Searching for Self and Relationships Online. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 9(3): 275-284.

McLelland, M. (2000). No Climax, No Point, No Meaning? Japanese Women’s Boy-Love Sites on the Internet. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 24(3): 274-291.

Meerkerk, G.-J., R. J. J. M. V. D. Eijnden and H. F. L. Garretsen (2006). Predicting Compulsive Internet Use: It’s All about Sex! CyberPsychology & Behavior, 9(1): 95-103.

Mitchell, K. J., Becker-Blease, K. A., Finkelhor, D. (2005). Inventory of Problematic Internet Experiences Encountered in Clinical Practice. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 36(5): 498-509.

Morahan-Martin, J., and P. Schuhmacher. (2000). Incidence and correlates of pathological internet use among college students. Computers in Human Behaviour, 16.

Mustanski, B., T. Lyons, et al. (2010). Internet Use and Sexual Health of Young Men Who Have Sex with Men: A Mixed-Methods Study. Archives of Sexual Behavior.

Orzack, M. H., A. C. Voluse, D. Wolf and J. Hennen (2006). An Ongoing Study of Group Treatment for Men Involved in Problematic Internet-Enabled Sexual Behavior. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 9(3): 348-360.

Orzack, M. H., and C. J. Ross. (2000). Should virtual sex be treated like other addictions? Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, 7.

Parker, T. S., and K. S. Wampler. (2003). How bad is it? Perceptions of the relationship impact of different types of Internet sexual activities. Contemporary Family Therapy, 25: 415-430.

Parsons, J. T., J. P. Severino, C. Grov, D. S. Bimbi and J. Morgenstern (2007). Internet Use among Gay and Bisexual Men with Compulsive Sexual Behavior. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 14(3): 239 - 256.

Perry, M., M. P. Accordino, and R. L. Hewes. (2007). An Investigation of Internet Use, Sexual and Nonsexual Sensation Seeking, and Sexual Compulsivity among College Students. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 14(4): 321 - 335.

Quayle, E. and M. Taylor (2003). Model of Problematic Internet Use in People with a Sexual Interest in Children. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 6(1): 93-106.

Quayle, E., G. Holland, C. Linehan and M. Taylor (2000). The internet and offending behaviour: A case study. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 6(1): 78 - 96.

Quayle, E., M. Erooga, L. Wright, M. Taylor, and D. Harbinson. (2006). Only Pictures: Therapeutic Work with Internet Sex Offenders. Dorset: RHP.

Ray, Audacia. (2007). Naked on the Internet: Hookups, Downloads, and Cashing in on Internet Sexploration. Seal Press.

Ross, M. (2005). Typing, Doing and Being: Sexuality and the Internet. Journal of Sex Research, 42(4).

Ross, M. W. (2005). Typing, Doing, and Being: Sexuality and the Internet. Journal of Sex Research, 42(4): 342.

Ross, Michael W. (ed.). (2007). Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 4(2), June, Special issue: Situating Sexuality Electronically: The Internet and Sexual Expression.
Introduction to Special Issue: Situating Sexuality Electronically: The Internet and Sexual Expression / Michael W. Ross (1-4).
Coming Out Online: Interpretations of Young Men’s Stories / Allen B. Thomas, Michael W. Ross, Karol KayeHarris (5-17).
Gay Identity Nonendorsement and the Role of Dissociative Characteristics in a Culturally Diverse Online Sample of Men Who Have Sex With Men / AmirRosenmann, Marilyn P. Safir (18-26).
Personal Safety and Sexual Safety for Women Using Online Personal Ads / Paige M. Padgett (27-37).
Reaching Out, Hooking Up: Lavender Netlife in a New Zealand Study / Mark Henrickson (38-49).
Capturing the Social Demographics of Hidden Sexual Minorities: An Internet Study of the Transgender Population in the United States / B. R. Simon Rosser, J. Michael Oakes, Walter O. Bockting, Michael Miner (50-64).
HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention Online: Current State and Future Prospects / Cornelis A. Rietmeijer, Sara J. Shamos (65-73).

Schneider, J. P. (2000). Effects of cybersex addiction on the family: Results of a survey. Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, 7: 31-58.

Scott, V. M., K. E. Mottarella and M. J. Lavooy (2006). Does Virtual Intimacy Exist? A Brief Exploration into Reported Levels of Intimacy in Online Relationships. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 9(6): 759-761.

Shim, J. W., S. Lee and B. Paul (2007). Who Responds to Unsolicited Sexually Explicit Materials on the Internet?: The Role of Individual Differences. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 10(1): 71-79.

Shim, J. W., S. Lee, and B. Paul. (2007). Who Responds to Unsolicited Sexually Explicit Materials on the Internet? The Role of Individual Differences. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 10(1): 71-79.

Valentine, G. (2006). Globalizing intimacy: the role of information and communication technologies in maintaining and creating relationships. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 34(1/2): 365.

Valentine, G. (2006). Globalizing intimacy: the role of information and communication technologies in maintaining and creating relationships. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 34(1/2): 365.

van Doorn, N., L. van Zoonen and S. Wyatt (2007). Writing from Experience: Presentations of Gender Identity on Weblogs. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 14(2): 143-158.

van Doorn, N., L. van Zoonen, and S. Wyatt. (2007). Writing from Experience: Presentations of Gender Identity on Weblogs. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 14(2): 143-158.

Whitty, M. T. (2003). Pushing the wrong buttons: Men’s and women’s attitudes toward online and offline infidelity. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 6: 569-80.