Browsing by Author McKee, A

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2018Becoming BDSM in an online environmentMcKee, A; randall, R; Nixon,, PG; Düsterhöft, IK
23-Aug-2017Why I wasn't interested in Hitchcock films until I turned 40: viewing films as entertainmentMcKee, A; Harrington, S
Jan-2017A Profile of Pornography Users in Australia: Findings From the Second Australian Study of Health and RelationshipsRissel, C; Richters, J; de Visser, RO; McKee, A; Yeung, A; Caruana, T
2017Sexual cultures, entertainment media and communications technologyMcKee, A; Albury, K; Allen, L; Rasmussen, ML
2017INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME IV Part 1McKee, A; Aggleton, P
2017Learning from commercial entertainment producers in order to create entertainment sex educationMcKee, A
12-Aug-2015Pornography: Structures, agency and performanceSullivan, R; McKee, A
1-Jan-2015Methodological issues in defining aggression for content analyses of sexually explicit materialMcKee, A
Jan-2015Methodological issues in defining aggression for content analyses of sexually explicit material.McKee, A
2015Sex and Entertainment at Queensland University of TechnologyMcKee, A
2015Sex and the virtual suburbs: the pornosphere and community standardsMcKee, A; McNair, B; Watson, AF; Maginn, PJ; Steinmetz, C
Nov-2014Using digitally distributed vulgar comedy to reach young men with information about healthy sexual developmentMcKee, A; Walsh, A; Watson, AF
1-Jun-2014Pro-Am curators of Australian television history: How is their practice different from that of professional television historians?McKee, A; Dore, J
13-May-2014‘It‘s all scientific to me’: focus group insights into why young people do not apply safe-sex knowledgeMcKee, A; Watson, AF; Dore, J
21-Mar-2014Humanities and social scientific research methods in porn studiesMcKee, A
1-Sep-2013Masturbation and the MediaWatson, AF; McKee, A
1-Sep-2013The power of art, the power of entertainmentMcKee, A
30-Aug-2013Does Size Matter? Dominant Discourses about Penises in Western CultureMcKee, A
1-Jan-2013Why are children the most important audience for pornography in Australia?McKee, A; Aveyard, K; Moran, A
Jan-2013Conflict And Seduction In The Public SphereGoode, L; McKee, A