Stine Hellum Braathen
Stine Hellum Braathen
Publications and responsibilities
Predictors of negative beliefs toward the sexual rights and perceived sexual healthcare needs of people with physical disabilities in South Africa
Background: Although sexuality is a ubiquitous human need, recent empirical research has shown that people without disabilities attribute fewer sexual rights and perceive sexual healthcare to benefit fewer people with disabilities, compared to non-disabled people. Within a global context, such mispe...
(Re)presenting the self: Questions raised by a photovoice project with people with physical disabilities in South Africa
Photovoice is presented here as an emancipatory, participatory research method with the potential to put minority subjects in charge of their own representation. Drawing on research with disabled people conducted in South Africa, we argue that the meaning of images is often hostage to interpretation...
Impairment, socialization and embodiment: The sexual oppression of people with physical disabilities
People with disabilities face multiple forms of social exclusion, discrimination, and oppression, including in the domain of sex and sexuality. From a critical psychoanalytic viewpoint, social responses to persons with impairments are strongly unconsciously mediated, and often dominated by projectio...
Exploring the Relationship Between Food Insecurity, Gender Roles and HIV/AIDS Among Tonga Carers of Disabled Children of Binga in Zimbabwe
Disability and Sexual Health
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Perceptions and treatment of children with cerebral palsy among the Tonga of Binga in Zimbabwe
Background: While disability is universal, there is a marked variation in caregivers’ experiences of caring for children with disabilities. Therefore the diversity of disability experiences across the world needs to be acknowledged in order to understand care practices relative to disability. Aim: T...
The sexual lives of people with disabilities within low- and middle-income countries: A scoping study of studies published in English
Background: Although approximately 80% of the global population of people with disabilities reside in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), very little is known about their sexual lives due to a lack of empirical data. We aimed to provide a scoping review of English-language research conducted o...