Academic Citations

Rosewarne, Lauren (2016), Intimacy on the Internet: Media Representations of Online Connections (New York: Routledge)

Cited in:

Michele Martini (2018), “Mourning for a hacktivist: grieving the death of Aaron Swartz on a digital memorial”, Media, Culture & Society, v. 40, i. 2: 228-245.

Clare Forstie (2017), “A New framing for an old sociology of intimacy”, Sociology Compass, v. 11, i. 4.


Rosewarne, Lauren (2016), Cyberbullies, Cyberactivists, Cyberpredators: Film, TV, and Internet Stereotypes (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO)

Cited in:

Tucker, Aaron (2017), Virtual Weaponry: The Militarized Internet in Hollywood War Films (Cham: Springer)

Salter, Anastasia and Bridget Blodgett (2017), Toxic Geek Masculinity in Media: Sexism, Trolling, and Identity Policing (Cham: Springer)

Cusack, Carmen M. (2017), Illicit Sex within the Justice System: Using Weak Power to Legislate (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing)


Rosewarne, Lauren (2015), “The park as a bogeyman, and other violence fallacies”, ABC The Drum, March 20

Cited in:

Ration, Libby (2015), “Sit down girlie: Girlie dances a SlutWalk in the park and does not pray”, Alternative Law Journal, v. 30, i. 2: 137.


Rosewarne, Lauren (2014), “Is corporate egg freezing such a rotten idea?”, ABC The Drum, October 14

Cited in:

Stephens, Julie (2015) “Cryopreservation for the corporation!”, Arena Magazine, Aug/Sep: 15-19.


Rosewarne, Lauren (2014). Masturbation in Pop Culture: Screen, Society, Self (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books)

Cited in:

Clayton, Wickham and Georgia Humphreys (2017), “‘Keep it to yourself’: Shame and female masturbation in American independent cinema”, Sexualities, TBA.

Crooks, Robert L. and Karla Baur (2014), Our Sexuality (Boston, MA: Cengage).


Rosewarne, Lauren (2013). American Taboo: The Forbidden Words, Unspoken Rules, and Secret Morality of Popular Culture (Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger)

Cited in:

Allan, Jonathan A. (2018), “The Foreskin Aesthetic or Ugliness Reconsidered”, Men and Masculinities, 1-21.

Lieberman, Hallie (2017), Buzz: The Stimulating History of the Sex Toy (New York: Pegasus Books).

Potts, Annie (2017), Meat Culture (London: Brill).

Squires, Lauren (2014), “Class and productive avoidance in The Real Housewives reunions”, Discourse, Context & Media, v. 6: 33-44.


Rosewarne, Lauren, (2013), “American Apparel and the Selling of Feminism”, The Conversation, October 10.

Cited in:

Na’ama Klorman-Eraqi (2016), “Underneath we’re angry: feminism and media politics in Britain in the late 1970s and early 1980s”, Feminist Media Studies, 17, : 231-247.


Rosewarne, Lauren (2012). Periods in Pop Culture: Menstruation in Film and Television (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books)

Cited in:

McKay, Sarah, The Women’s Brain Book: The Neuroscience of Health, Hormones and Happiness (Sydney, NSW: Hachette).

Breanne Fahs (2018), “Genital Anxieties: Women’s Attitudes Toward the Vulva and Vagina”, Lectures on the Psychology of Women: Fifth Edition (Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press), 213-226.

Ela Przybylo and Breanne Fahs (2018), “Feels and Flows: On the Realness of Menstrual Pain and Cripping Menstrual Chronicity”, Feminist Formations, 30, 1: 206-229.

Linton, David (2018), “Blood on the Page: The Decade Gets Its Period”, American Literature in Transition, 1970–1980 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)

Florence L. Denmark and Michele A. Paludi (2017), Psychology of Women: A Handbook of Issues and Theories, 3rd Edition (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO).

Olszynko-Gryn, Jesse (2017), “Thin blue lines: product placement and the drama of pregnancy testing in British cinema and television”, British Society for the History of Society, 50, 3: 495-520.

Dunn, Amanda (2017), The New Puberty (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press).

Cifor, Marika (2017), “Stains and Remains: Liveliness, Materiality, and the Archival Lives of Queer Bodies”, Australian Feminist Studies, 32: 5-21.

Clarke, Kyra (2017), Affective Sexual Pedagogies in Film and Television (New York: Routledge).

Dudenhoeffer, Larrie (2017), Anatomy of the Superhero Film (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan).

Kafai, Shayda (2016), “Re-Coding Blood: Menstruation as Activism”, The STEAM Journal, v. 2, i. 2: 1-6.

Fahs, Breanne (2016), Out for Blood (New York: State University Press).

Fahs, Breanne and McLelland, S (2016), “When Sex and Power Collide: An Argument for Critical Sexuality Studies”, The Journal of Sex Research, v. 53, i. 4/5.

Fahs, Breanne (2016), “Women’s Health Movement in the United States”, The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies (Malden: MA: Wiley Blackwell).

Fahs, Breanne (2016), “Demystifying Menstrual Synchrony: Women’s Subjective Beliefs About Bleeding in Tandem With Other Women”, Women’s Reproductive Health, v. 3, i. 1: 1-15.

Clarke, Kyra (2016), “Willful knitting? Contemporary Australian craftivism and feminist histories”, Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 30, 3: 298-306.

Margaret L. Stubbs (2016), “A Developmental Perspective on Adolescents’ Reproductive Self-Care”, Women’s Reproductive Health, v. 3, i. 2: 100-105.

Chan, Kenneth (2015), Yonfan’s Bugis Street (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press).

Chrisler, Joan C. and Jennifer A. Gorman (2015), “The Medicalization of Women’s Moods: Premenstrual Syndrome and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder”, in The Wrong Prescription for Women: How Medicine and Media Create a “Need” for Treatments, Drugs and Surgery, eds. Maureen C. McHugh and Joan Chrisler (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO): 77-98.

Chrisler, Joan C. et al (2015), “Body appreciation and attitudes toward menstruation”, Body Image, v. 12: 78-81.

Fahs, Breanne (2014), “Genital panics: Constructing the vagina in women’s qualitative narratives about pubic hair, menstrual sex, and vaginal self-image”, Body Image, v. 11, 3: 210-218.

Fahs, Breanne et al (2014), “Cycling Together: Menstrual Synchrony as a Projection of Gendered Solidarity”,  Women’s Reproductive Health, v. 1. 2: 90-105.

Pascoe, Carla (2014), “A ‘Discreet Dance’: technologies of menstrual management in Australian public toilets during the twentieth century”, Women’s History Review, September.

Petit, Michael and Vigor, Jana (2014), “Pheromones, feminism and the many lives of menstrual synchrony”, BioSocieties, October.

Chrisler, Joan C. et al (2014), “Self-Silencing, Perfectionism, Dualistic Discourse, Loss of Control, and the Experience of Premenstrual Syndrome”, Women’s Reproductive Health, v. 1,2: 138-152.

Fahs, Breanne (2013), “Raising Bloody Hell: Inciting Menstrual Panics through Campus and Community Activism”, in The Moral Panics of Sexuality, eds. Breanne Fahs, Mary L. Dudy, Sarah Stage (London: Palgrave Macmillan): 77-91.

Chrisler, Joan C. (2013), “Teaching Taboo Topics: Menstruation, Menopause, and the Psychology of Women”, Psychology of Women, v. 37, 1: 128-132.


Rosewarne, Lauren (2011). Part-Time Perverts: Sex, Pop Culture and Kink Management (Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger)

Cited in:

Neville, Lucy (2018), Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys: Women and Gay Male Pornography and Erotica (Cham: Springer).

Schwanebeck, Wieland (2017), Reassessing the Hitchcock Touch: Industry, Collaboration, and Filmmaking (Cham: Springer).

Zecca, Federico (2017), “Ways of Showing It: Feature and Gonzo in Mainstream Pornography”, in The Routledge Companion to Media, Sex and Sexuality, eds. Clarissa Smith, Feona Attwood and Brian McNair (New York: Routledge).

Adler, Melissa (2017), Cruising the Library: Perversities in the Organization of Knowledge (New York: Fordham University Press).

MacLeod, Sean (2017), Phil Spector: Sound of the Sixties (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield).

Curra, John (2016), The Relativity of Deviance (Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE). 

MacLeod, Sean (2015), Leaders of the Pack: Girl Groups of the 1960s and Their Influence on Popular Culture (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield).

Curra, John (2013). The Relativity of Deviance (Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE)

Sinwell, Sarah E.S. (2013). “Mapping the (Adolescent) Male Body: Queerness, Pedophilia and Perversion in L.I.E. and Mysterious Skin”, THYMOS: Journal of Boyhood Studies, v. 7, 2: 141-155.

McNair, Brian (2013). Porno? Chic! (London: Routledge).


Rosewarne, Lauren (2009). Cheating on the Sisterhood: Infidelity and Feminism (Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger)

Cited in:

Alyssa Miller (2018), ” Punishing Passion: A Comparative Analysis of Adultery Laws in the United States of America and Taiwan and their Effects on Women”, Fordham International Law Journal, v. 4,1, i. 2.

Halwani, Raja, Alan Soble, Sarah Hoffman and Jacob M. Held (2017), The Philosophy of Sex: Contemporary Readings (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield).

Davidson, Maria del Guadalupe (2017), Black Women, Agency, and the New Black Feminism (New York: Routledge).

Ebony A. Utley (2016), “Rethinking the Other Woman: Exploring Power in Intimate Heterosexual Triangular Relationships”, Women’s Studies in Communication, v. 39, i. 2: 177-192.

Linden, Maya (2012), “‘No Language For My Ambivalence’: Masochism and Feminism in Women’s Life Writing”, Life Writing, 9 (i).

Brown, Ashley (2011), “Players and the Love Game: Conceptualizing Cheating with Erotic Role Players in World of Warcraft”, Think Design Play: The Fifth International conference of the Digital Research Association, September.


Rosewarne, Lauren (2007). Sex In Public: Women, Outdoor Advertising and Public Policy (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing)

Cited in:

Hubbard, Phil (2017), Sexing It Up: Retail, Gentrificaton, Class and Disgust (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

Flick Grey (2016), “Benevolent othering: Speaking Positively About Mental Health Service Users”, Philosophy, Psychiatry & Psychology, v. 23, n. 3/4: 241-251.

Kalms, Nicole (2016), “Regulation and the Tactics of Soft-core Urbanism”, Urbana, 17: 32-48.

Kalms, Nicole (2015), “Hypersexual Occupations”, in Occupation: Ruin, Repudiation, Revolution: Constructed Space Conceptualized, ed. Lynn Churchill and Dianne Smith (Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing): 137-156.

Hubbard, Phil (2012), Cities and Sexualities (New York: Routledge)

Van Hellemont, Corine and Van den Bulck, Hilde (2012), “Impacts of advertisements that are unfriendly to women and men”, International Journal of Advertising, 31 (1): 623-656.

Hakim, Catherine (2011) Erotic capital: the Power of Attraction in the Boardroom and the Bedroom (New York: Basic Books).

Niland, Patricia (2011), “Uncertainty in medicine: Meanings of menopause and hormone replacement therapy in medical textbooks”. Social Science & Medicine, 73(8): 1238–1245.

Zeno-Zencovich, Vincenzo (2011), Sex and the Contract: From Infamous Commerce to the Market for Sexual Goods and Services. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.


Rosewarne, Lauren (2007). “Pin-ups in public space: Sexist outdoor advertising as sexual harassment”. Women’s Studies International Forum, 30, pp. 313 – 325.

Cited in:

Hanny Savitri Hartono, Sharyn Graham Davies and Graeme Macrae (2017), “‘You can’t avoid sex and cigarettes’: How Indonesian Muslim mothers teach their children to read billboards”, Pacific Journalism Review, 23, 2: 179-196.

Wright, Chrysalis L., DeFrancesco Taylor, Hamilton, Carissa and Vashist, Natasha (2017), “Boy’s Club:” Examining sexist humor on types of sexism and femininity ideology using two research approaches”, International Journal of Humor Research, 31, 1: 129-150.

Vera-Gray, F (2016), “Men’s stranger intrusions: Rethinking street harassment”, Women’s Studies International Forum, 58, 9-17.

Bryce C. Lowery (2016), “Planning for Private Consumption and Collective BeautyRegulating Outdoor Advertising in Los Angeles, 1881–2014”, Journal of Planning History, v. 15, I, 3: 191-209.

Hubbard, Phil and Colosi, Rachela (2015), “Taking back the night? Gender and the contestation of sexual entertainment in England and Wales”, Urban Studies, v. 52, 3: 589-605.

Jim Wild (2013), Exploiting Childhood: How Fast Food Material Obsession and Porn Culture are Creating New Forms of Child Abuse (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers).

Kwate, Naa Oyo A. (2013), “”Racial Segregation and the Marketing of Health Inequality”, Beyond Discrimination: Racial Inequality in a Post-Racist Era, ed. Fredrick C. Harris and Robert C. Lieberman (New York: Russell Sage Foundation): 317-348.

Andrej Kovačič (2012), “How much attention does outdoor advertising attract and who profits?” Innovative Issues and Approaches in Social Sciences, 5 (3).

Rush, Liz M (2012), “An autoethnography of Fuencarral 43: Women in Masculine Public Space”. The Journal of Undergraduate Ethnography, 2 (1).

Coy, Maddy and Maria Garner (2012), “Definitions, discourses and dilemmas: policy and academic engagement wiht the sexualisation of popular culture”. Gender and Education, 24(3).

Conradiea, Marthinus (2011), “Constructing femininity: A critical discourse analysis of Cosmo”. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 29(4).

Cronin, Anne M, (2010). Advertising, Commercial Spcaes and the Urban (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

Jeffreys, Sheila (2010), “The sex industry and business practice: An obstacle to women’s equality”. Women’s Studies International Forum, 33(3). May-June.

Jeffreys, Sheila (2010), ““Brothels without Walls”: the Escort Sector as a Problem for the Legalization of Prostitution”. Social Politics, 17(2).

Patterson, Maurice, O’Malley, Lisa and Story, Vicky (2009), “Women in Advertising: Representations, Repercussions, Responses”, Irish Marketing Review, January: 9-22.

Monson, Tamlyn Jane  (2009), “The Violence of the Eye: The Gendered Gaze in Public Space”. In Taking a Hard Look: Gender and Visual Culture, ed. Amanda Du Preez (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing).

Jeffreys, Sheila (2009), The Industrial Vagina (New York: Routledge).


Rosewarne, Lauren (2007), Less Laundry and More Lipstick: an exploration of domestic labour portrayals in outdoor advertising, Australasian Political Studies Association (APSA) Conference 2007, Monash University  (24 September).

Cited in:

Infante, Eduardo R. (2011) Researching Work-Family Discourses: Step-by-Step Audiovisual Analysis of the British Sitcom Only Fools and Horses (1981-2003) (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing).


Rosewarne, Lauren (2005). “The men’s gallery outdoor advertising and public space: Gender, fear, and feminism”. Women’s Studies International Forum, 28(1), 67–78.

Cited in:

Tonia Gray, Christine Norton, Joelle Breault-Hood, Beth Christie and Nicole Taylor, “Curating a Public Self: Exploring Social Media Images of Women in the Outdoors”, Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership, v. 10, n. 2: 153-170.

Ann M. Oberhauser, Jennifer L. Fluri, Risa Whitson, Sharlene Mollett (2018), Feminist Spaces: Gender and Geography in a Global Context (New York: Routledge).

Iqani, Mehita and Baro, Gilles (2017), “The branded skyline? A socio-semiotic critique of Johannesburg’s architectural adverts”, African Studies, v. 76, i. 1: 102-120.

Vera Gray, Fiona (2017), Men’s Intrusion, Women’s Embodiment: A Critical Analysis of Street Harassment (New York: Routledge).

Kniazeva, Maria and Babicheva, Eva (2017), “(Un)saving face, or the designer face as a new consumer commodity”, Journal of Business Research, v. 76: 143-148.

Vera-Gray, F (2016), “Men’s stranger intrusions: Rethinking street harassment”, Women’s Studies International Forum, 58, 9-17.

Kalms, Nicole (2016), “Regulation and the Tactics of Soft-core Urbanism”, Urbana, 17: 32-48.

Hubbard, Phil and Colosi, Rachela (2015), “Respectability, morality and disgust in the night-time economy: exploring reactions to ‘lap dance’ clubs in England and Wales”, The Sociological Review, v. 63, i. 4: 782–800.

Hartman, Andrea Wilbon, Dundas, Erica and Day-Sully, Jennifer (2015), “It’s Raining Men: Gender and Street Harassment in Post-Katrina New Orleans”. In Rethinking Disaster Recovery: A Hurricane Katrina Retrospective, ed. Jeannie Haubert (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books: 27-38.

Lowery, Bryce C. and Sloane, David C. (2014), “The Prevalence of Harmful Content on Outdoor Advertising in Los Angeles: Land Use, Community Characteristics, and the Spatial Inequality of a Public Health Nuisance”, American Public Health, v. 104, 4: 658-664.

Jin, Xiuming and Whiston, Risa (2014), “Young women and public leisure spaces in contemporary Beijing: recreating (with) gender, tradition, and place”, Social & Cultural Geography, v. 15, 4: 449-469.

Andrej Kovačič (2012), “How much attention does outdoor advertising attract and who profits?” Innovative Issues and Approaches in Social Sciences, 5 (3).

Rush, Liz M (2012), “An autoethnography of Fuencarral 43: Women in Masculine Public Space”. The Journal of Undergraduate Ethnography, 2 (1).

Bishop, Peter (2011), “Eating in the contact zone: Singapore foodscape and cosmopolitan timespace”. Continuum, 25(5).

Stasíková, Linda (2011), “The relevance of fear of criminality in urban geographical research”, Geographic Journal, 63(4).

Hine, Rochelle (2011), “In the Margins: The Impact of Sexualised Images on the Mental Health of Ageing Women”. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 65(7-8).

Hampton, Keith N. (2010), “The Social Life of Wireless Urban Spaces: Internet Use, Social Networks, and the Public Realm”. Journal of Communication, 60(4), December.

Jeffreys, Sheila (2010), “The sex industry and business practice: An obstacle to women’s equality”. Women’s Studies International Forum, 33(3), May-June.

Kern, Leslie (2010), Sex and the Revitalized City: Gender, Condominium Development, and Urban Citizenship (Vancouver: UBC Press).

Kern, Leslie (2010), “Selling the ‘scary city’: gendering freedom, fear and condominium development in the neoliberal city”. Social & Cultural Geography, 11(3).

Stewart, Jonathan D. (2008), “Human Rights by Accretion: Gender-Related Persecution and U.S. Refugee Policy”. Journal of Nursing Law, 12(1).

Hubbard, Phil (2008), “Here, There, Everywhere: The Ubiquitous Geographies of Heteronormativity”. Geography Compass, 2(3), May.

Cawood, Sarah Højgaar (2008), “Hulhopperne – Overordning og sårbarheder i begærssubjektiverede maskuliniter”, Kvinder Køn & Forskning [Women Gender & Research] 12.

Jeffreys, Sheila (2009), The Industrial Vagina (New York: Routledge).

Tamlyn Jane Monson (2009), “The Violence of the Eye: The Gendered Gaze in Public Space”. In Taking a Hard Look: Gender and Visual Culture, ed. Amanda Du Preez (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing).


Rosewarne, Lauren (2005). “The Croning of Camilla: a sexual political analysis of public contempt for Camilla Parker Bowles”, Australasian Political Studies Association (APSA) Conference 2005, University of Otago (28 September).

Cited in:

Thompson, Jay Daniel (2014), “Is the trouble in My Place the same as The Trouble with Merle?”, Journal of Australian Studies, v. 38, 2: 230-232.


Rosewarne, Lauren (2004). “Visual Terror: Graffiti and Outdoor Advertising as Street Harassment”, Australasian Political Studies Association (APSA) Conference 2004, University of Adelaide  (29 July)

Cited in:

Iveson, Kurt (2010), “The wars on graffiti and the new military urbanism”. City, 14(1-2): 115-134.


Rosewarne, Lauren (2004). Marking Their Territory: A Feminist Exploration Of Graffiti in Powell, Anastasia and Holland, Shasta (Eds.). Crime Revisited Conference Proceedings. University of Melbourne, Australia: Mens Rea: The Criminology Postgraduate Society, pp. 93 – 105. 

Cited in:

Rendeiro, Margarida (2018), “Masculinities on the Wall: An Approach to Mural Representations of the Carnation Revolution in Lisbon”, Humanities Bulletin, 1, 1: 184-201.