SAGE Journal Articles
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Summary: Together with the presentation of the basic arguments of the issue, the article defends an understanding of sexual change as an efficient way to identify broad patterns of social change and transformation.
Article 2: Franz, A., Worrell, M., & Vögele, C. (2013). Integrating mixed method data in psychological research: Combining Q methodology and questionnaires in a study investigating cultural and psychological influences on adolescent sexual behavior. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 7(4), 370–389. doi: 10.1177/1558689813483368
Summary: The value of using a coherent framework throughout the research process is discussed and arguments illustrated by referring to a study on individual- and cultural-level influences on sexual health behaviors conducted with adolescents in Germany and England.
Summary: This article’s findings provide a new understanding of rape myths and have implications for policy; in particular, while training legal professionals is helpful, it cannot be expected to fully address the use of rape myths.