(PRWEB) May 11, 2005
"Sexuality Research and Social Policy: Journal of NSRC" (SRSP) is an online only, quarterly, peer-reviewed academic journal publishing research papers, essays, editorials, and other material related to sexuality and policy in the U.S. and internationally. It provides new research findings and opinions that can accurately and consistently inform policy development and contribute to greater sexual literacy in this country and abroad.
Featured Research and Articles:
Anti-Gay Politics Online: A Study of Sexuality and Stigma on National Websites
- Janice M. Irvine
Gay Men Don't Get "Messy": Injecting Drug Use and Gay Community
- Gary W. Dowset, Deborah Keys, David Wain
Left to Their Own Devices: Disciplining Youth Discourse on Sexuality Education Electronic Bulletin Boards
- Laina Y. Bay-Cheng
Lessons Learned From Tobacco Control: A Proposal for Public Health Policy Initiatives to Reduce the Consequences of High-Risk Sexual Behavior among Men Who Have Sex with Men and Use the Internet
- Deborah Levine, Jeffrey D. Klausner
Available exclusively online at http://www.SexualityResearch.net, SRSP is the official journal of the National Sexuality Resource Center (NSRC) at San Francisco State University, and publishes multidisciplinary, state-of-the-art empirical research on sexuality, theoretical and methodological discussions, and the implications of this evidence for U.S. and international policies regarding sexual health, sexuality education, and sexual rights in diverse communities.
Individual Subscriptions: $50/year (USD)
Institutions Subscriptions: $200/year
Now, more than ever, readers of SRSP will benefit from the latest information about sexuality, especially about some of the controversial topics of our times, such as abstinence-only education, same-sex marriage, sexuality and the Internet, HIV, and sexual health and rights.
About National Sexuality Resource Center
The National Sexuality Resource Center gathers and disseminates the latest accurate information and research on sexual health, education, and rights. Through active outreach to advocates, academics, researchers, policy makers, and diverse communities, NSRC initiates constructive dialoguesÂboth online and face-to-faceÂon sexuality to promote social justice and improve the quality of life in the United States. http://nsrc.sfsu.edu
About University of California Press
The University of California Press is one of the largest nonprofit publishers in the United States, introducing over 180 new books and 56 journals each year in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Founded in 1893, UC Press today attracts manuscripts from the world's foremost scholars, as well as writers, artists, and intellectuals outside the scholarly community. For more information about UC Press publications or supporting membership opportunities, please visit http://www.ucpress.edu or http://www.californiajournals.com.
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