Publications 2007

Journal Articles


Hosegood, V., Preston-Whyte, E., Busza, J., Moitse, S., & Timaeus, I.M., 2007. Revealing the full extent of households' experiences of HIV and AIDS in rural South Africa. Soc Sci Med. 65 (6), p.1249-59.

Schensul, S.L., Hawkes, S., Saggurti, N., Verma, R.K., Narvekar, S.S., Nastasi, B.K., Burleson, J.A., & Risbud, A., 2007. Sexually transmitted infections in men in Mumbai slum communities: The relationship of prevalence to risk behaviour. Sexually Transmitted Diseases; 34 (7), p. 444-450.

Paz-Bailey, G., Ramaswamy, M., Hawkes, S.J., & Geretti, A.M., 2007. Herpes simplex virus type 2: epidemiology and management options in developing countries. Sexually Transmitted Infections. 83 (1), p.16-22.

Hawkes, S., & Collumbien, M., 2007. Understanding what men in South Asia want from sexual health services. International Journal of Sexual Health; 19 (3), p. 53-64.

Rashid, S.F., 2007. Infertility ‘Kal Dristi, Stolen Babies & ‘Blocked Uteruses’: Poverty & Infertility Anxieties among Married Adolescent Women Living in a Slum in Dhaka, Bangladesh.’  Anthropology & Medicine. 14 (2), August, p. 153-66.

Izugbara, C.O., 2007. Representations of Sexual Abstinence Among Rural Nigerian Adolescent Males. Sexuality Research and Social Policy. 4 (2), p. 74-87.

Campbell, M., Cleland, J., Ezeh, A., & Prata, N., 2007. Public Health: Return of the Population Growth Factor. Science. 315 (5818), p. 1501-1502.

Puri, M., & Cleland, J., 2007. 'Assessing the factors associated with sexual harassment among young female migrant workers in Nepal. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 22 (11), p. 1363-1381.

Moore, A. M., Biddlecom, A.E., & Zulu, E.M., 2007. Prevalence and meanings of exchange of money or gifts for sex in unmarried adolescent sexual relationships in sub-Saharan Africa. African Journal of Reproductive Health. 11 (3), p. 44-61.

Moore, A.M., Awusabo-Asare, K., Madise, M., John-Langba, J., & Kumi-Kyereme, A., 2007. Coerced First Sex among Adolescent Girls in Sub-Saharan Africa: Prevalence and Context. African Journal of Reproductive Health. 11 (3), p. 62-82.

Madise, N., Zulu, E., & Ciera, J., 2007. Is Poverty a Driver for Risky Sexual Behaviour? Evidence from National Surveys of Adolescents in four African Countries. African Journal of Reproductive Health. 11 (3), p. 83-98.

Kabiru, C. W., A. Ezeh (2007). “Factors Associated with Sexual Abstinence among Adolescents in Four Sub-Saharan African Countries”, African Journal of Reproductive Health 11(3), 111-132.

Munthali, A. C., & Zulu, E. M., 2007. The Timing and Role of Initiation Rites in Preparing Young People for Adolescence and Responsible Sexual and Reproductive Behaviour in Malawi. African Journal of Reproductive Health. 11 (3), p. 150-167.

 Undie, C., Crichton, J., & Zulu, E. 2007. Metaphors We Love By: Conceptualizations of Sex among Young People in Malawi. African Journal of Reproductive Health. 11 (3), p. 221-235.

Izugbara, C.O., 2007. Home-based sexuality education: Nigerian parents discussing sex with their children. Youth & Society. August 9.(doi: 10.1177/0044118X07302061)- I don’t know what this means.

Izugbara, C.O., & Modo, F.N., 2007. Risks and benefits of multiple sex partnerships: Beliefs of rural Nigerian adolescent males. American Journal of Men’s Health. 2 (2), p. 77-89.

Stephenson, R., Baschieri, A., Clements, S., Hennick, M., & Madise, N., 2007. Contextual Influences on modern contraceptive use in sub-Saharan Africa. American Journal of Public Health. 97 (7), p. 1233-1240.

Hargreaves, J.R., Morison, L.A., Gear, J.S.S., Makhubele, M.B., Porter, J.D.H., Busza, J., Watts, C., Kim, J.C., & Pronyk, P.M., 2007.  Hearing the voices of the poor: Assigning poverty lines on the basis of local perceptions of poverty. A quantitative analysis of qualitative data from participatory wealth ranking in rural South Africa. World Development. 35 (2), p. 212-229.

Wellings, K., Slaymaker, E., Bajos, N., Collumbien, M., & Singh, S., 2007. Global sexual behaviour - Authors' reply. Lancet. 369 (9561), p. 557.

Afsana, K., Rashid, S., Chowdhury, A.M.R., & Theobald, S., 2007. Promoting maternal health: Gender equity and the BRAC experience in Bangladesh. British Journal of Midwifery. 15 (11), p. 721.

Izugbara, C. O. & Ukwayi, J. K., 2007. The Hospital as a Birthing Site: Narratives of Local Women in Nigeria. In P. Liamputtong, ed. Reproduction, Childbearing and Motherhood. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 

Undie, C., Crichton, J., & Zulu, E., 2007. Talking about sex: Using youth language in sexuality education. Exchange on HIV/AIDS, Sexuality and Gender. 3.

Bankole, A., Biddlecom, A., Guiella, G., Singh, S., & Zulu, E., 2007. Sexual Behaviour, Knowledge and Information Sources of Very Young Adolescents in Four Sub-Saharan African Countries. African Journal of Reproductive Health. 11 (3), p. 28-43.

Guiella, G. & Madise, N., 2007. HIV/AIDS and Sexual-Risk Behaviors among Adolescents: Factors influencing the use of condoms in Burkina Faso. African Journal of Reproductive Health. 11 (3), p. 182-196.

Izugbara, C.O., 2007. Rural Nigerian women’s fears about hospital-based birthing. Pakistan Journal of Women’s Studies. 13 (2), p. 167-184.

Izugbara, C.O., & Ukwayi, J. K., 2007. The hospital as a birthing site: Narratives of local women in Nigeria. In P. Liamputtong, ed. Reproduction, Childbearing and Motherhood. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Ch. 9.

Madise, N., 2007. Reproductive health in Africa: Major challenges and opportunities. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 12 (1 suppl.), p.1-24.

Hossain, M., Broutet, N., & Hawkes, S., 2007. National policies for the control of congenital syphilis. Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 34 (7 suppl.), p. 22-30.

Schmid, G., Stoner, B.P., Hawkes, S. & Broutet, N., 2007. The Need and Plan for Global Elimination of Congenital Syphilis. Sexually Transmitted Diseases.  34 (7 Suppl.), p. 5-10.

Jolly, S., 2007. Why the development industry needs to get over its obsession with bad sex and start to talk about pleasure. IDS Working Paper. June.

Cornwall, A., Correa, S. & Jolly, S. eds., 2007. Development with a body: Sexuality, Rights, Development. Expert Group on Development Issues (EGDI) of the Swedish Foreign Ministry.

Chen, L. & Standing, H., 2007. Gender Equity in Health in Transitional China. Feminist Economics. 13 (3 & 4), July/October Special Issue.

Rashid, S.F., 2007. Sexuality and Rights: Lives of Young Women in an Urban Slum in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Plainspeak. 1, April.

Armas, H., 2007. Whose Sexualities Count: Poverty, Participation and Sexual Rights. IDS Working Paper 294. November. Brighton: IDS.

Cleland, J., 2007. Remettre la planification familiae au coeur de l’agenda du development. La Revue Durable. 24, Mars-Avril-Mai.

Hossain, M., Broutet, N. & Hawkes, S., 2007. The elimination of congenital syphilis: a comparison of the proposed World Health Organization action plan for the elimination of congenital syphilis with existing national maternal and congenital syphilis policies. Sexually Transmitted Infections. 34 (7 Suppl), p. 22-30.

Abouzahr, C., Cleland, J., Coullare, F., MacFarlane, S.B., Notzon, F.C., Setel, P. & Szreter, S., 2007. The way forward. Lancet. 370 (9601), p. 1791-1799.

Puri, M. & Cleland, J., 2007. Assessing the factors associated with sexual harassment among young female migrant workers in Nepal. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 22 (11), p. 1363-1381.

Kim, J.C., Watts, C.H., Hargreaves, J.R., Ndhlovu, L.X., Phetla, G., Morison, L.A., Busza, J., Porter, J.D. & Pronyk, P., 2007. Understanding the Impact of a Microfinance-Based Intervention on Women's Empowerment and the Reduction of Intimate Partner Violence in South Africa. Am J Public Health. 97 (10), p. 1794-1802.

 

Monographs

Chowdhuri, S., 2007. Reproductive tract infections and sexually transmitted infections of women in Bangladesh: A Literature Review. Dhaka: BRAC University.

Chowdhuri, S., 2007. Violence against Women in Bangladesh: Situational Analysis/Existing Interventions. Dhaka: BRAC University.

 

Published Reports and Papers

Sen, G., Ostlin, P. & George, A., 2007. Unequal, Unfair, Ineffective and Inefficient Gender Inequality in Health: Why it exists and how we can change it. Final Report of the Women and Gender Equity Knowledge Network to the WHO Commission on Social Determinants of Health. WHO, Karolinska Institute, Sweden and the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.

Gilson, L., Doherty, J., Loewenson, R. & Francis, V., 2007. Challenging Inequity through Health Systems. Final report Knowledge Network on Health Systems. WHO Commission on Social Determinants of Health: WHO, Centre for Health Policy, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa.

 

Unpublished Reports and Papers

Mahmud, I., 2007. Ethical dilemmas in conducting research on reproductive and sexual health in rural Bangladesh. Paper presented at the Second National Bioethics Conference, Bangalore, India, December 6 and abstract included the Journal for Medical Ethics, IV. http://nbc.ijme.in/viewabstract.php?id=68  

Undie, C., 2007. If you start thinking positively, you won’t miss sex: Narratives of sexual (in)activity among PLHIV in the slums of Nairobi. Presented to the 8th Annual Conference of the Kenya Association of Professional Counsellors in Nairobi, September 4-6, 2007.