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Book Chapters

  • Islam, Md Shahidul., Scott, J., Minichiello, V. ‘Children’s experiences of living with HIV-positive parents within the family context of Bangladesh’, In P Liamputtong (ed), Children, Young People and Living with HIV/AIDS: A Cross-cultural Perspective, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, Springer, 2016:43-63.
  • Fileborn, B., Jones, T., Minichiello., V, ‘Identity, sexuality and stigma in multigenerational households: Perspectives from LGBT household members’, In E Liu, H Easthope (eds), Multigenerational Family Living: Evidence and Policy Implications from Australia, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017:123-135.
  • Marino, R., Minichiello., V, MacEntee, M. ‘Families and ageing: Intergenerational relations in health and care negotiations’, In E Liu, H Easthope (eds), Multigenerational Family Living: Evidence and Policy Implications from Australia, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017:109-122.
  • Fileborn, B., Thorpe, R., Hawkes, G., Minichiello, V., Pitts, M., Dune, T.  ‘Sex, desire and pleasure: The experiences of older Australian women’.  In W. Bouman, P. Kleinplatz (ads), Sexuality and Ageing, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016:117-230.
  • Scott, J., MacPhail, C., Minichiello, V. ‘Telecommunication impacts on the structure and organisation of the male sex industry’, In P Maginn, C Steinmetz (eds), (Sub)Urban Sexscapes: Geographies and Regulation of the Sex Industry, London, Routledge, 2015:81-100.
  • Scott, J., Minichiello, V., Meenagh, J. ‘Male escorts in Australia’. In P Aggleton, R Parker (eds), Men Who Sell Sex: Global Perspectives, London, Routledge, 2015:173-187.
  • Minichiello, V., Dune, T., Disogra, R., Marino, R. ‘Male sex work from Latin American perspectives’, In V Minichiello, J Scott (eds) Male Sex Work and Society, Harrington Park Press/Columbia University Press, 2014:362-395.
  • Scott, J., Callander, J., Minichiello., V, ‘Clients of male sex work’, In V Minichiello, J. Scott (eds) Male Sex Work and Society, Harrington Park Press/Columbia University Press, 2014:150-177.
  • Minichiello, V., Scott, J. ‘Future directions in male sex work research’, In V Minichiello, J Scott (eds) Male Sex Work and Society, Harrington Park Press/Columbia University Press, 2014:462-469.
  • Minichiello, V., Browne, J., Kendig, H. ‘Perceptions of ageism: views of older people’. In J. Katz, S. Spurr (eds), Adult Lives: A Life Course Perspective, Bristol, The Policy Press, 2012: 332–340.
  • Kwan, S., Kiyak, A., Marino, R., Minichiello, V., MacEntree, M. ‘Ethno-cultural diversity’. In M MacEntree (ed), Oral Health Care and the Frail Elders: A Clinical Perspective, Iowa, Wiley-Blackwell, 2011: 237–254.
  • Minichiello, V., Kottler, J. ‘The personal nature of qualitative research’, In: Minichiello, V., Kottler, J. (eds), Qualitative Journeys: Student and Mentor Experiences with Research, Thousand Oaks, Cal, SAGE Publications, 2009:1–10.
  • Minichiello, V., Kottler, J. ‘An overview of the qualitative journey: reviewing basic concepts’, In: Minichiello, V., Kottler, J. (eds), Qualitative Journeys: Student and Mentor Experiences with Research, Thousand Oaks, Cal, SAGE Publications, 2009:11–32.
  • Leary, D., Minichiello, V., Kottler, J. ‘Radical reflexivity in qualitative research’, In: Minichiello, V., Kottler, J. (eds), Qualitative Journeys: Student and Mentor Experiences with Research, Thousand Oaks, Cal, SAGE Publications, 2009:49–70.
  • McCann, P., Minichiello, V., ‘Discourse analysis: effects on the researcher’, In: Minichiello, V., Kottler, J. (eds), Qualitative Journeys: Student and Mentor Experiences with Research, Thousand Oaks, Cal, SAGE Publications, 2009:219–238.
  • Hays, T., Minichiello, V., ‘Using qualitative methods to explore the meaning and function of music in the lives of older people’, In: Minichiello, V., Kottler, J. (eds), Qualitative Journeys: Student and Mentor Experiences with Research, Thousand Oaks, Cal, SAGE Publications, 2009:141–156.
  • Minichiello, V., Harvey, GP. Marino, R. ‘The sexual intentions of male sex workers: An international study of escorts who advertise on the web’, In Letherby, G., Birch, P., Cain, M., Williams, K. (eds), Sex as Crime.  London, Willan, 2008:156–171.
  • Leary, D., Minichiello, V., ‘Exploring the interpersonal relationships in street-based male sex work’, In: Morrison, T. , Whitehead, B. (eds), Male Sex Work: A Business Doing Pleasure, The Haworth  Press, New York, 2008: 75–110.
  • Minichiello, V., Harvey, G.P., ‘Men as sex workers’, In: Flood, M., Gardiner, J., Pease, B., Pringle, K. (eds), Routledge International Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities, London: Routledge, 2007:508–510.
  • Minichiello, V. and Jamieson, M. ‘Ageing’, In: Beilharz, P., Hogan, T., (eds), Relocating Sociology: Places, Time and Divisions, Oxford University Press, 2006: 391–394.Disogra, C., Marino, R., Minichiello, V., ‘Self-reported use of health services, contact with police and views about sex work organizations among male sex workers’, In: Parsons, J. (ed) Contemporary Research on Sex Work. The Haworth Press, New York, 2005: 181–196.
  • Minichiello, V.,Somerville, M., McConaghy, C., McParlane, J., Scott, A. ‘The challenges of ageism’, In: Coulson, I., Minichiello V. (eds), Contemporary Issues in Gerontology: Promoting Positive Ageing, Allen and Unwin and Routledge, 2005: 1–33.
  • Minichiello, V., Ackling, S., Bourne, C., Plummer, D. ‘Sexuality, sexual intimacy and sexual health in later life’, In: Coulson, I., Minichiello V. (eds), Contemporary Issues in Gerontology: Promoting Positive Ageing, Allen and Unwin and Routledge, 2005: 78–104.
  • Harris, J., Hays, T., Kottler, J., Minichiello, V., Olohan, I., Wright, P. ‘Vehicles to promote positive ageing: natural therapies, counselling, music and the creative arts’, In: Coulson, I., Minichiello V. (eds), Contemporary Issues in Gerontology: Promoting Positive Ageing, Allen and Unwin and Routledge, 2005: 215–240.
  • Minichiello, V., Coulson, I. ‘The context of promoting positive ageing’, In: Coulson, I., Minichiello V. (eds), Contemporary Issues in Gerontology: Promoting Positive Ageing, Allen and Unwin and Routledge, 2005: xv–xx.
  • Axford, R. Minichiello, V., Cruickshank, M. McParlane, J., Irwin, L., Coulson, I. ‘The relevance of research for practitioners’, In: Minichiello, V., Sullivan, G., Greenwood, K., Axford, R. (eds), Handbook of Research Methods for Nursing and Health Science. Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004: 1–32.
  • Andrews, I., Sullivan, G., Minichiello, V. ‘The philosophical and theoretical context of qualitative research’, In: Minichiello, V., Sullivan, G., Greenwood, K., Axford, R. (eds), Handbook of Research Methods for Nursing and Health Science. Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004: 59–70.
  • Llewellyn, G., Sullivan, G., Minichiello, V. ‘Sampling in qualitative research’, In: Minichiello, V., Sullivan, G., Greenwood, K., Axford, R. (eds), Handbook of Research Methods for Nursing and Health Science. Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004: 210–241.
  • Marino, R. , Minichiello, V., Browne, J. ‘Reporting on events using diaries’, In: Minichiello, V., Sullivan, G., Greenwood, K., Axford, R. (eds), Handbook of Research Methods for Nursing and Health Science. Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004: 393–410.
  • Minichiello, V., Madison, J., Hays, T., Parmenter, G. ‘Doing qualitative in-depth interviews’, In: Minichiello, V., Sullivan, G., Greenwood, K., Axford, R. (eds), Handbook of Research Methods for Nursing and Health Science. Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004: 411–446.
  • Schofield, M., Minichiello, V., Mishra, G. et al. ‘Nice girls aren’t immune: sexually transmitted infections among young Australian women’, In: C. Lee (ed), Women’s Health, Sydney: Australian Academic Press, 2001:104–108.
  • Bowers, R. & Minichiello, V. ‘A review of homosexuality: changes over time’, In: C. Wood (ed), Sexual Positions: An Australian View. Melbourne, Hill of Content, 2001:130–228.
  • Ridge, D., Hu, A., Minichiello, V. ‘Asian men on the scene: challenges to gay communities’, In: G. Sullivan & P. Jackson (eds), Multicultural Queer: Australian Narratives. Harrington Press, 1999:45–62
  • Axford, R., Minichiello, V., Coulson, I., O’Brien, A. ‘Research in health’, In: V. Minichiello, G. Sullivan, K. Greenwood & R. Axford (eds), Handbook of Research Methods in Health Science. Addison Wesley Longman, 1999:1–14.
  • Llewellyn, G., Sullivan, G., Minichiello, V. ‘Sampling in qualitative research’, In: V. Minichiello, G. Sullivan, K. Greenwood & R. Axford (eds), Handbook of Research Methods in Health Science. Addison Wesley Longman, 1999:173–230.
  • Minichiello, V., Fulton, G., Sullivan, G. ‘Posing qualitative research questions’, In: V. Minichiello, G. Sullivan, K. Greenwood & R. Axford (eds), Handbook of Research Methods in Health Science. Addison Wesley Longman, 1999:35–56.
  • Mariño, R., Minichiello, V., Browne, J. ‘Reporting of events using diaries’, In: V. Minichiello, G. Sullivan, K. Greenwood & R. Axford (eds) Handbook of Research Methods in Health Science. Addison Wesley Longman, 1999:381–394.
  • Minichiello, V., Madison, J., Hays, T., Courtney, M., St-John, W. ‘Qualitative interviews’, In: V. Minichiello, G. Sullivan, K. Greenwood & R. Axford (eds), Handbook of Research Methods in Health Science. Addison Wesley Longman, 1999:395–418.
  • Fulton, G., Madden, M., Minichiello, V. ‘The social construction of anticipatory grief: a review’, In: G. Dickson, M. Leming, & A. Mermann (eds), Dying, Death and Bereavement. 4th ed, Dushkin/McGraw-Hill 1998:202–211.
  • Donovan, B., Minichiello, V., Hart, G. ‘STDs in Australia’, In: T. Brown, R. Chan, D. Mugrditchian, et al. (eds), STDs in Asia and the Pacific. Venereology Publishing Inc., East-West Centre, Hawaii, Thai International Red Cross,
    1998:26–61.
  • Minichiello, V., Plummer, D., Waite, H., Deacon, S. ‘Sexuality and older people: social issues’, In: V. Minichiello,
    N. Chappell, H. Kendig & A. Walker (eds), Sociology of Aging: International Perspectives. International Sociological Association, 1996:93–111.
  • Walker, A., Minichiello, V. ‘Emerging issues in sociological thinking, research and teaching’, In: V. Minichiello, N. Chappell, H. Kendig & A. Walker (eds), Sociology of Aging: International Perspectives. International Sociological Association, 1996:1–7.
  • Minichiello, V. ‘Community care in Australia: economic policy dressed as social concern?’ In: H. Gardner (ed), The Politics of Health, 2nd ed, Churchill Livingston, 1995:435–482.