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Handicaps et sexualités : Prospection et analyse documentaire autour de travaux de recherche

Bibliographie générale indicative


Bibliographie générale indicative

Les références présentées concernent, d’une part, des documents répondant aux critères de sélection documentaire de la FIRAH qui furent utilisés pour construire la synthèse et, d’autre part, des documents ne répondant pas à ces critères mais présentant une réflexion pertinente pour les sous-thématiques identifiées. Les références mentionnées concernent uniquement les documents lus pour le compte du Centre Ressources, il ne s’agit pas d’une bibliographie exhaustive sur la thématique « handicaps et sexualités ».


Les références précédées d’une ou deux * sont gratuitement accessibles, soit en ligne (dans ce cas, un lien hypertexte est réalisé sur le titre de la référence), soit dans la bibliothèque universitaire de l’université mentionnée dans la référence ou à la Maison des Sciences Sociales du Handicap à Paris (**). Les références sans * correspondent à des documents payants, accessibles à travers Internet. Certaines bibliothèques universitaires permettent d’accéder à ces articles sur place.


  • Bibliographie de la recherche documentaire « handicaps et sexualites » sur les themes « principaux » etablis pour la recherche




*Allen, M. & Seery, D. (2007). The current status of relationships and sexuality education practice for people with an intellectual disability in Ireland. Dublin: Irish Sex Education Network. (PDF)
Bauer, M., & Geront, M. (1999). The use of humor in addressing the sexuality of elderly nursing home residents. Sexuality and Disability, 17 (2), 147 – 155.
Bernert, D. J. (2011). Sexuality and disability in lives of women with intellectual disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 29 (2), 129 – 141.
**Berry, P., Fouache, C., Lorenzo, P., & Renard, C. (2011). Préconisations pour le développement de programmes de promotion de la santé en IME. Ireps Champagne-Ardenne – Ireps Picardie – Ireps Pays de la Loire – Observatoire de la santé du Hainaut, 44 p.
Booth, S., Kendall, M., Fronek, P., Miller, D., & Geraghty, T. (2003). Training the interdisciplinary team in sexuality rehabilitation following spinal cord injury: A needs assessment. Sexuality and Disability, 21 (4), 249 – 261.
Burns, S., Mahalik, J. R., Hough, S., & Greenwell, A. N. (2008). Adjustment to changes in sexual functioning following spinal cord injury: The contribution of men’s adherence to scripts for sexual potency. Sexuality and Disability, 26 (4), 197 – 205.
Cebeci, F., Balci Yangin, H., & Tekeli, A. (2010). Determination of changes in the sexual lives of young women receiving breast cancer treatment: A qualitative study. Sexuality and Disability, 28, 255 – 264.
*Dubus, P. (2008). Vie privée et sexualité des adultes handicapés résidant en établissement médico-social. VST - Vie sociale et traitements, 97, 68 – 74.
Dukes, E., & Mc Guire, B. E. (2009). Enhancing capacity to make sexuality-related decisions in people with an intellectual disability. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 53 (8), 727 – 734.
**Duponchel, M. (2011). Difficultés liées à l’accompagnement de la vie affective, de la sexualité et de l’intimité des personnes en situation de handicap mental. État des lieux en région Bretagne. Rapport d’étude, Master « Pratiques et politiques locales de santé », Université Lille 1, 142 p.
*Dupras, A. (1998). L’approche paradoxale en éducation à la sexualité pour les personnes présentant un handicap intellectuel. Revue francophone de la déficience intellectuelle, 9 (1), 5 – 13. (PDF)
Esmail, S., Munro, B., & Gibson, N. (2007). Couple’s experience with multiple sclerosis in the context of their sexual relationship. Sexuality and Disability, 25 (4), 163 – 177.
Esmail, S., Huang, J., Lee, I., & Maruska, T. (2010). Couple’s experiences when men are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in the context of their sexual relationship. Sexuality and Disability, 28 (1), 15 – 27.
*Fitzgerald, C., & Withers, P. (2011). “I don’t know what a proper woman means”: what women with intellectual disabilities think about sex, sexuality and themselves. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 41 (1), 5 – 12. (PDF)
**Fournier, J. (2010). La sexualité à l’épreuve du handicap. Mémoire de Master 2 mention sciences de l’éducation, sous la dir. de Charles Gardou, Université Lumière Lyon 2, 211 p.
Fronek, P., Kendall, M., Booth, S., Eugarde, E., & Geraghty, T. (2011). A longitudinal study of sexuality training for the interdisciplinary rehabilitation team. Sexuality and Disability, 29 (2), 87 – 100.
Fronek, P, Booth, S., Kendall, M., Miller, D., & Geraghty, T. (2005). The effectiveness of a sexuality training program for the interdisciplinary spinal cord injury rehabilitation team. Sexuality and Disability, 23 (2), 51 – 63.
Galea, J., Butler, J., & Iacono, T. (2004). The assessment of sexual knowledge in people with intellectual disability. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 29 (4), 350 – 365.
Gardiner, T., & Braddon, E. (2009). “A right to know”. Facilitating a relationship and sexuality programme for adults with intellectual disabilities in Donegal. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 37 (4), 327 – 329.
**Geertzen, J., Van Es, C., & Dijkstra, P. (2009). Sexuality and amputation: A systematic literature review. Disability and Rehabilitation, 31 (7), 522 – 527.
**Giami, A. (1999). Les organisations institutionnelles de la sexualité. Handicap – Revue de sciences humaines et sociales, 83, 3 – 29.
*Hamilton, C. (2002). Doing the wild thing: Supporting an ordinary sexual life for people with intellectual disabilities. Disability Studies Quarterly, 22 (4)
**Hamilton, C. (2009). “Now I’d like to sleep with Rachael” - Researching sexuality support in a service agency group home. Disability & Society, 24 (3), 303 – 315.
Hayashi, M., Arakida, M., & Ohashi, K. (2011). The effectiveness of a sex education program facilitating social skills for people with intellectual disability in Japan. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 36 (1), 11 – 19.
Healy, E., McGuire, B. E., Evans, D. S., & Carley, S. N. (2009). Sexuality and personal relationships for people with an intellectual disability. Part I: Service-user perspectives. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 53 (11), 905 – 912.
*Hollomotz, A., & The Speakup Committee. (2008). “May we please have sex tonight?” - people with learning difficulties pursuing privacy in residential group settings. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 37 (2), 91 – 97. (PDF)
Ide, M. (2004). Sexuality in persons with limb amputation: A meaningful discussion of re-integration. Disability and Rehabilitation, 26 (14/15), 939 – 943.
Kelly, G., Crowley, H., & Hamilton, C. (2009). Rights, sexuality and relationships in Ireland: “It’d be nice to be kind of trusted”. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 37 (4), 308 – 315.
Kendall, M., Booth, S., Fronek, P., Miller, D., & Geraghty, T. (2003). The development of a scale to assess the training needs of professionals in providing sexuality rehabilitation following spinal cord injury. Sexuality and Disability, 21 (1), 49 – 64.
*Larmignat, V., & Leclerc, C. (dir.), (2009). L’accompagnement dans la vie affective et sexuelle des personnes handicapées mentales accueillies en établissement en région Centre. Rapport de recherche ORS – CREAI, 138p. (PDF)
**Lawrence, P., & Swain, J. (1993). Sex education programmes for students with severe learning difficulties in further education and the problem of evaluation. Disability & Society, 8 (4), 405 – 421.
Leibowitz, R. Q. (2005). Sexual rehabilitation services after spinal cord injury: What do women want?. Sexuality and Disability, 23 (2), 81 – 107.
Leutar, Z., & Mihoković, M. (2007). Level of knowledge about sexuality of people with mental disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 25 (3), 93 – 109.
Levi, R., & Westgren, N. (1999). Sexuality after injury: interviews with women after traumatic spinal cord injury. Sexuality and Disability, 17(4), 309 – 319.
Löfgren-Mårtenson, L. (2004). “May I?” About sexuality and love in the new generation with intellectual disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 22 (3), 197 – 207.
Löfgren-Mårtenson, L. (2012). “I want to do it right!” A pilot study of Swedish sex education and young people with intellectual disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 30 (2), 209 – 225.
Peckham, N., Howlett, S., & Corbett, A. (2007). Evaluating a survivors group pilot for women with significant intellectual disabilities who have been sexually abused. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 20 (4), 308 – 322.
Rose, J., Jenkins, R., O’Connor, C., Jones, C., & Felce, D. (2002). A group treatment for men with intellectual disabilities who sexually offend of abuse. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 15 (2), 138 – 150.
Sakellariou, D. (2006). If not the disability, then what? Barriers to reclaiming sexuality following spinal cord injury. Sexuality and Disability, 24 (2), 101 – 111.
*Schaafsma, D., Stoffelen, J., Kok, G., & Curfs, L. (2013). Exploring the development of existing sex education programmes for people with intellectual disabilities: An intervention mapping approach. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 26 (2), 157 – 166. (PDF)
Swango-Wilson, A. (2011). Meaningful sex education programs for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 29 (2), 113 – 118.
**Thompson, D., Clare, I., & Brown, H. (1997). Not such an “ordinary” relationship: The role of women support staff in relation to men with learning disabilities who have difficult sexual behavior. Disability & Society, 12 (4), 573 – 592.
Walsh, A. (2000). Improve and care: Responding to inappropriate masturbation in people with severe intellectual disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 18 (1), 27 – 39.
Yacoub, E., & Hall, I. (2008). The sexual lives of men with mild learning disability: A qualitative study. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 37 (1), 5 – 11.

  • Bibliographie de la recherche documentaire « handicaps et sexualites » sur les themes « secondaires » etablis pour la recherche



Orientation sexuelle
Abbott, D. & Burns, J. (2007). What’s love got to do with it? The experiences of lesbian, gay and bisexual people with intellectual disabilities and the views of the staff that support them. Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 4 (1), 27 – 39.
Abbott, D. & Howarth, J. (2007). Still off-limits? Staff views on supporting gay, lesbian and bisexual people with intellectual disabilities to develop sexual and intimate relationships? Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 20 (2), 116 – 126.
**Appleby, Y. (1994). Out in the Margins. Disability & Society, 9 (1), 19 – 32.
Burns, J., & Davies, D. (2011). Same-sex relationships and women with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 24 (4), 351 – 360.
*Caldwell, K. (2010). We exist: Intersectional in/visibility in bisexuality & disability. Disability Studies Quarterly, 30 (3/4)
**Cambridge, P. (2010). How far to gay? The politics of HIV in learning disability. Disability & Society, 12 (3), 427 – 453.
**Corbett, J. (1994). A proud label: Exploring the relationship between disability politics and gay pride. Disability & Society, 9 (3), 343 – 357.
*Dudek, S., Jeschke, K., & Lehmkuhl, U. (2006). Institutionalized queers: Homosexuality in residential facilities for people with cognitive disabilities. Disability Studies Quarterly, 26 (2), en ligne.
Löfgren-Mårtenson, L. (2009). The invisibility of young homosexual women and men with intellectual disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 27 (1), 21 – 26.
Noonan, A., & Gomez Taylor, M. (2011). Who’s missing? Awareness of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people with intellectual disability. Sexuality and Disability, 29 (2), 175 – 180.
Withers, P., Ensum, I., Howarth, D., Krall, P., Thomas, D., Weekes, D., Winter, C., Mullholand, A., Dindjer, T., & Hall, J. (2001). A psychoeducational group for men with intellectual disabilities who have sex with men. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 14 (4), 327 – 339.
Genre
**Peuravaara, K. (2013). Theorizing the body: Conceptions of disability, gender and normality. Disability & Society, 28 (3), 408 – 417.
**Scior, K. (2003). Using discourse analysis to study the experiences of women with learning disabilities. Disability & Society, 18 (6), 779 – 795.
Shakespeare, T. (1999). The sexual politics of disabled masculinity. Sexuality and Disability, 17 (1), 53 – 64.
**Williams, L., & Nind, M. (1999). Insiders or outsiders: Normalisation and women with learning difficulties. Disability & Society, 14 (5), 659 – 672.
**Zitzelsberger, H. (2005). (In)visivility: accounts of embodiment of women with physical disabilities and differences. Disability & Society, 20 (4), 389 – 403.

Contraception et stérilisation

Aunos, M., & Feldman, M. A. (2002). Attitudes towards sexuality, sterilization and parenting rights of persons with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 15, 258 – 296.


Mc Carthy, M. (2009). Contraception and women with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 22 (4), 363 – 369.
**Tilley, E., Walmsey, J., Earle, S., & Atkinson, D. (2012). “The silence is roaring”: Sterilization, reproductive rights and women with intellectual disabilities. Disability & Society, 27 (3), 413 – 426.






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