Dr Clare Bartholomaeus
Dr Clare Bartholomaeus
Research Associate, College of Education, Psychology and Social Work
Verified email at flinders.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
‘I’m not allowed wrestling stuff’: Hegemonic masculinity and primary school boys
C Bartholomaeus
Journal of Sociology 48 (3), 227-247, 2012
The role of school counsellors and psychologists in supporting transgender people
DW Riggs, C Bartholomaeus
The Educational and Developmental Psychologist 32 (2), 158-170, 2015
'It is not all about sex': young people's views about sexuality and relationships education
B Johnson, L Harrison, D Ollis, J Flentje, P Arnold, C Bartholomaeus
University of South Australia, 2016
The capacity of South Australian primary school teachers and pre-service teachers to work with trans and gender diverse students
C Bartholomaeus, DW Riggs, Y Andrew
Teaching and Teacher Education 65, 127-135, 2017
Masculinities at the margins of “Middle Adulthood” what a consideration of young age and old age offers masculinities theorizing
C Bartholomaeus, A Tarrant
Men and Masculinities 19 (4), 351-369, 2016
Transgender young people’s narratives of intimacy and sexual health: implications for sexuality education
DW Riggs, C Bartholomaeus
Sex Education 18 (4), 376-390, 2018
Accounting for gender in the sociology of childhood: Reflections from research in Australia and Brazil
C Bartholomaeus, AS Senkevics
Sage Open 5 (2), 2158244015580303, 2015
Transgender people and education
C Bartholomaeus, DW Riggs
Springer, 2017
A systematic review of research on psychiatric mother-baby units
K Connellan, C Bartholomaeus, C Due, DW Riggs
Archives of women's mental health 20 (3), 373-388, 2017
‘Girls can like boy toys’: junior primary school children's understandings of feminist picture books
C Bartholomaeus
Gender and Education 28 (7), 935-950, 2016
Australian mental health nurses and transgender clients: Attitudes and knowledge
DW Riggs, C Bartholomaeus
Journal of Research in Nursing 21 (3), 212-222, 2016
The desire for a child among a sample of heterosexual Australian couples
DW Riggs, C Bartholomaeus
Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology 34 (5), 442-450, 2016
COLLUDING WITH OR CHALLENGING HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY? Examining Primary School Boys' Plural Gender Practices
C Bartholomaeus
Australian Feminist Studies 28 (77), 279-293, 2013
What it means to be 'manly': Gender, sport and primary school students
C Bartholomaeus
Outskirts: Feminisms Along the Edge 24, 2011
Whole-of-school approaches to supporting transgender students, staff, and parents
C Bartholomaeus, DW Riggs
International Journal of Transgenderism 18 (4), 361-366, 2017
Australian mental health professionals’ competencies for working with trans clients: A comparative study
DW Riggs, C Bartholomaeus
Psychology & Sexuality 7 (3), 225-238, 2016
“It’s just what you do”: Australian middle-class heterosexual couples negotiating compulsory parenthood
DW Riggs, C Bartholomaeus
Feminism & Psychology 28 (3), 373-389, 2018
Daughters and their mothers: The reproduction of pronatalist discourses across generations
C Bartholomaeus, DW Riggs
Women's Studies International Forum 62, 1-7, 2017
Public and private families: a comparative thematic analysis of the intersections of social norms and scrutiny
DW Riggs, C Bartholomaeus, C Due
Health Sociology Review 25 (1), 1-17, 2016
Gaslighting in the context of clinical interactions with parents of transgender children
DW Riggs, C Bartholomaeus
Sexual and Relationship Therapy 33 (4), 382-394, 2018
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