Dr. Miguel Munoz-Laboy
Dr. Miguel Munoz-Laboy
Associate Professor, Temple University
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A critical analysis of the Brazilian response to HIV/AIDS: lessons learned for controlling and mitigating the epidemic in developing countries
A Berkman, J Garcia, M Muñoz-Laboy, V Paiva, R Parker
American journal of public health 95 (7), 1162-1172, 2005
3562005
Love and globalization
MB Padilla, JS Hirsch, M Munoz-Laboy, RE Sember, RG Parker
Transformations of Intimacy in the Contemporary, 2007
2752007
Attitudes toward bisexual men and women among a nationally representative probability sample of adults in the United States
B Dodge, D Herbenick, MR Friedman, V Schick, TC Fu, W Bostwick, ...
PLoS One 11 (10), e0164430, 2016
1202016
Teenage mothers and their children: Risks and problems: A review
L Hechtman
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 34 (6), 569-575, 1989
941989
Familism and sexual regulation among bisexual Latino men
MA Muñoz-Laboy
Archives of Sexual Behavior 37 (5), 773-782, 2008
892008
Loneliness as a sexual risk factor for male Mexican migrant workers
M Munoz-Laboy, JS Hirsch, A Quispe-Lazaro
American Journal of Public Health 99 (5), 802-810, 2009
852009
Bisexual Latino men and HIV and sexually transmitted infections risk: An exploratory analysis
M Muñoz-Laboy, B Dodge
American Journal of Public Health 97 (6), 1102-1106, 2007
672007
Ideologies of Black churches in New York City and the public health crisis of HIV among Black men who have sex with men
PA Wilson, NM Wittlin, M Munoz-Laboy, R Parker
Global public health 6 (sup2), S227-S242, 2011
652011
Changes in the attitudinal correlations of opposition to abortion, 1977-1985
TG Jelen
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 211-228, 1988
621988
The Hip‐Hop club scene: Gender, grinding and sex
M Muñoz‐Laboy, H Weinstein, R Parker
Culture, Health & Sexuality 9 (6), 615-628, 2007
612007
Global transformations and intimate relations in the 21st century: social science research on sexuality and the emergence of sexual health and sexual rights frameworks
R Parker, D di Mauro, B Filiano, J Garcia, M Munoz-Laboy, R Sember
Annual Review of Sex Research 15 (1), 362-398, 2004
612004
Strange bedfellows: the Catholic Church and Brazilian National AIDS Program in the response to HIV/AIDS in Brazil
LR Murray, J Garcia, M Muñoz-Laboy, RG Parker
Social Science & Medicine 72 (6), 945-952, 2011
532011
Sexual health and life experiences: Voices from behaviourally bisexual Latino men in the Midwestern USA
O Martinez, B Dodge, M Reece, PW Schnarrs, SD Rhodes, G Goncalves, ...
Culture, health & sexuality 13 (9), 1073-1089, 2011
502011
Latina/o sexualities: Probing powers, passions, practices, and policies
K Acosta, M Munoz-Laboy
Rutgers University Press, 2010
452010
They “miss more than anything their normal life back home”: Masculinity and extramarital sex among Mexican migrants in Atlanta
JS Hirsch, M Muñoz‐Laboy, CM Nyhus, KM Yount, JA Bauermeister
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 41 (1), 23-32, 2009
452009
“I don’t like to say that I’m anything”: Sexuality politics and cultural critique among sexual-minority Latino youth
C Yon-Leau, M Muñoz-Laboy
Sexuality Research and Social Policy 7 (2), 105-117, 2010
422010
Bisexual desire and familism: Latino/a bisexual young men and women in New York City
M Muñoz‐Laboy, CJY Leau, V Sriram, HJ Weinstein, EV del Aquila, ...
Culture, health & sexuality 11 (3), 331-344, 2009
382009
Sexual risk behaviour, viral load, and perceptions of HIV transmission among homosexually active Latino men: an exploratory study
M Munoz-Laboy, D Castellanos, R Westacott
AIDS care 17 (1), 33-45, 2005
382005
Contributions of qualitative research in informing HIV/AIDS interventions targeting Black MSM in the United States
PA Wilson, P Valera, AJ Martos, NM Wittlin, MA Munoz-Laboy, RG Parker
The Journal of Sex Research 53 (6), 642-654, 2016
372016
Bisexual practices: Patterns, meanings, and implications for HIV/STI prevention among bisexually active Latino men and their partners
MA Muñoz-Laboy, B Dodge
Journal of Bisexuality 5 (1), 79-101, 2005
372005
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