Teguh Wijaya Mulya
Teguh Wijaya Mulya
Lecturer, Faculty of Psychology, University of Surabaya, Indonesia
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Pornography consumption and non-marital sexual behaviour in a sample of young Indonesian university students
GM Hald, TW Mulya
Culture, health & sexuality 15 (8), 981-996, 2013
Self-perceived effects of pornography consumption in a sample of Indonesian university students
T Wijaya Mulya, GM Hald
Media Psychology 17 (1), 78-101, 2014
Contesting the neoliberalisation of higher education through student–faculty partnership
T Wijaya Mulya
International Journal for Academic Development 24 (1), 86-90, 2019
From divine instruction to human invention: The constitution of Indonesian Christian young people’s sexual subjectivities through the dominant discourse of sexual morality
T Wijaya Mulya
Asian Studies Review 42 (1), 53-68, 2018
Researching religious tolerance education using discourse analysis: a case study from Indonesia
T Wijaya Mulya, A Aditomo
British Journal of Religious Education 41 (4), 446-457, 2019
From divine designation to discursive contestation: The constitution of Indonesian Christian young people’s sexual subjectivities
T Wijaya Mulya
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2016
Contesting the Dominant Discourse of Child Sexual Abuse: Sexual Subjects, Agency, and Ethics
TW Mulya
Sexuality & Culture 22 (3), 740-757, 2018
Neoliberalism within psychology higher education in Indonesia: A critical analysis
TW Mulya
ANIMA Indonesian Psychological Journal 32 (1), 1-11, 2016
Church youth sexuality in Surabaya: Teachings, attitudes, and behaviors
TW Mulya
ANIMA Indonesian Psychological Journal 25 (3), 215-224, 2010
From vulnerable to responsible youth? Indonesian youth resisting the dominant discourse of sexual health
T Wijaya Mulya
Psychology & Sexuality 10 (3), 248-260, 2019
‘Leadership is a sacred matter’: women leaders contesting and contextualising neoliberal meritocracy in the Indonesian academia
T Wijaya Mulya, Z Sakhiyya
Gender and Education, 1-16, 2020
Neoliberalism in Thai and Indonesian Universities: Using Photo-Elicitation Methods to Picture Space for Possibility
J Burford, TW Mulya
Resisting Neoliberalism in Higher Education Volume II, 219-245, 2019
Queering the virgin/whore binary: the Virgin Mary, the whore of Babylon, and sexual violence
TW Mulya
Rape Culture, Gender Violence, and Religion, 51-65, 2018
The Limit of Human Rights: Sexual Orientation, LGBTI Activism, and Indonesian Youth
TW Mulya
Critically Christian? My epistemological and spiritual journey as a sexuality researcher
TW Mulya
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014
Exploring same-sex attraction in Indonesian churches: Teachings, attitudes, and experiences
TW Mulya
ANIMA Indonesian Psychological Journal 27 (1), 41-50, 2011
‘Agree to Disagree’: An Analysis of the Narrative of a Young Indonesian Gay Christian through the Lens of Intersectional and Poststructuralist Feminism
TW Mulya
Intersecting Religion and Sexuality, 45-65, 2020
Scientia sexualis and ars erotica: Indonesian young people resisting the discourse of sexual desire
T Wijaya Mulya
Psychology & Sexuality, 1-12, 2020
Indonesian Christian Young People Resisting the Dominant Discourses of Men as Desiring/Dangerous and Women as Non-sexual/Vulnerable
TW Mulya
Gender and Sexuality Justice in Asia, 155-166, 2020
Fifty Shades of the Bible: Sadomasochism, Otaku Sexuality, and Christian Spirituality
T Wijaya Mulya
Changing minds and hearts: Towards acceptance of queer identities within …, 2019
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