Can Quantitative Applied Sexual Health Research Be Critical and Feminist? Towards a Critical Social Epidemiology to Support Targeted STI Testing and Contraception in Primary Care

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationResearching Sex and Sexualities
EditorsCharlotte Morris, Paul Boyce, Andrea Cornwall, Hannah Frith, Laura Harvey, Yingying Huang
Place of PublicationLondon, UK
Chapter3
Pages62-79
Number of pages17
ISBN (Electronic)9781786993229
Publication statusPublished - 15 Feb 2018

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Edelman, N. (2018). Can Quantitative Applied Sexual Health Research Be Critical and Feminist? Towards a Critical Social Epidemiology to Support Targeted STI Testing and Contraception in Primary Care. In C. Morris, P. Boyce, A. Cornwall, H. Frith, L. Harvey, & Y. Huang (Eds.), Researching Sex and Sexualities (pp. 62-79). London, UK.
Edelman, Natalie. / Can Quantitative Applied Sexual Health Research Be Critical and Feminist? Towards a Critical Social Epidemiology to Support Targeted STI Testing and Contraception in Primary Care. Researching Sex and Sexualities. editor / Charlotte Morris ; Paul Boyce ; Andrea Cornwall ; Hannah Frith ; Laura Harvey ; Yingying Huang. London, UK, 2018. pp. 62-79
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Edelman, N 2018, Can Quantitative Applied Sexual Health Research Be Critical and Feminist? Towards a Critical Social Epidemiology to Support Targeted STI Testing and Contraception in Primary Care. in C Morris, P Boyce, A Cornwall, H Frith, L Harvey & Y Huang (eds), Researching Sex and Sexualities. London, UK, pp. 62-79.

Can Quantitative Applied Sexual Health Research Be Critical and Feminist? Towards a Critical Social Epidemiology to Support Targeted STI Testing and Contraception in Primary Care. / Edelman, Natalie.

Researching Sex and Sexualities. ed. / Charlotte Morris; Paul Boyce; Andrea Cornwall; Hannah Frith; Laura Harvey; Yingying Huang. London, UK, 2018. p. 62-79.

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