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Selected Research Articles
Basson, R. (2005). Women’s sexual dysfunction: revised and expanded definitions. CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association Journal, 172(10), 1327–1333.
Basson R. (2008). Women's sexual function and dysfunction: current uncertainties, future directions. Int J Impot Res. 20(5), 466-78.
Burdge, B. (2007). Bending gender, ending gender: Theoretical foundations for social work practice with the transgender community. Social Work, 52(3), 243-250.
Dodd, S.J. & Tolman, D. (2017). Reviving a Positive Discourse on Sexuality within Social Work. Social Work, 62(3), 227-234.
Iasenza, S. (2010). What is queer about sex?: Expanding sexual frames in theory and practice. Family Process, 49(3), 291-308.
Kleinplatz, P. J. (2006). Learning from Extraordinary Lovers. Journal of Homosexuality, 50(2), 325-348
McCave, E., Shepard, B. & Winter, V. (2014). Human sexuality as a critical subfield in social work. Advances in Social Work, 15(2), 409-427.
Shelton, J & Dodd, S. (2019). Beyond the binary: Addressing cisnormativity in the social work Classroom. Journal of Social Work Education. DOI: 10.1080/10437797.2019.1648222 (embargoed until January 2021)
Williams, D. & Prior, E. (2015). Contemporary Polyamory: A call for awareness and sensitivity in social work. Social Work, 60(3), 268-270.
Selected Reference Articles
Bay-Cheng, L. Y. (2013). Human sexuality. In C. Franklin (Ed.-in-Chief), Encyclopedia of social work (online ed.). Washington, DC, and New York: NASW Press and Oxford University Press.