JOURNAL ARTICLES, BOOK CHAPTERS AND OTHER PUBLISHED PAPERS (IN SEXUALITY AND GENDER, 2000- )
Winter,S. and Udomsak, N. (2002). Male, Female and Transgender : Stereotypes and self in Thailand.
International Journal of Transgenderism, 6, 1.
Winter,S. and Udomsak,N. (2002). Gender Stereotype and Self among Transgenders: Underlying elements.
International Journal of Transgenderism, 6, 2.
Winter, S. (2002). Transgender and Society: An Asian perspective.
Newsletter of the Comparative and Historical Section of the American Sociology Association. 14, 3, 16-18
Winter,S. (2004) Transgender, the View from Asia.
Gender Identity Disorder Journal, 2,1, pp7-13.
Winter,S. (2005). Heterogeneity in Transgender: a cluster analysis of a Thai sample.
International Journal of Transgenderism, 8, 1, 31-42.
Winter, S. (2005) Of Sin and Transgender in Asia.
Proceedings of the First International Conference of Queer Studies in Asia ‘Sexualities, Genders and Rights in Asia’. Bangkok, July 2005
Winter,S. (2006) Thai Transgenders in Focus: Demographics, transitions and identities.
International Journal of Transgenderism, 9, 1, 15-27.
Winter,S. (2006) Thai Transgenders in Focus: Their beliefs about attitudes towards and origins of transgender.
International Journal of Transgenderism, 9, 2, 47-62.
Winter,S. (2006) What Made Me This Way? Contrasting Reflections by Thai and Filipina Transwomen.
Winter,S., Rogando-Sasot,A. and King,M. (2007) Transgendered women of the Philippines.
International Journal of Transgenderism, 10, 2, 79-90.
Winter,S. (2008) Language and Identity in Transgender: Gender wars and the Thai kathoey.
Chapter 8 in Lin,A. (Ed.). Problematizing identity: everyday struggles in language, culture and education. US: Lawrence Erlbaum. (p119-135)
Winter,S., Webster,B. and Cheung,E. (2008). Measuring Hong Kong Students’ Attitudes towards Trans People.
Sex Roles, 59, 9/10, 670-683.
Yu L., Winter, S. and Xie, D. (2008) The Child Play Behavior and Activity Questionnaire: a parent-report measure of childhood gender-related behavior in China.
Archives of Sexual Behavior, 39: 807-815
Winter,S. (2008) Review of ‘Sexual Identity: Effeminacy among University Students’, by Noraini Mohd. Noor, Jamil Farooqui, Ahmad Abd. Al-Rahim Nasr, Hazizan Bin Md. Noon, and Shukran Abdul Rahman. Kuala Lumpur: International Islamic University, Malaysia. 2005.
Archives of Sexual Behavior, 37, pp668-670
Winter,S (2008) Transpeople in Thailand: acceptance or oppression.
ICTS10: Tenth International Conference of Thai Studies. ‘Thai societies in a transnationalised world’. Thammasat University, Bangkok, Jan, 2008
King,M., Winter,S. and Webster,B. (2009) Contact reduces transprejudice: a study on attitudes towards transgenderism and transgender civil rights in Hong Kong.
International Journal of Sexual Health, 21, 1, 17-34.
Winter,S. and Doussantousse,S. (2009) Transpeople, hormones and health risks in Southeast Asia: a Lao study.
International Journal of Sexual Health, 21, 1, 35-48.
Winter,S. (2009). Cultural considerations for the World Professional Association for Transgender Health Standards of Care: the Asian perspective
International Journal of Transgenderism, 11, 19-41
(invited paper, special issue to provide basis for discussions on the seventh revision to the WPATH Standards of Care).
Winter, S. (2009). Lost in transition: transpeople, transprejudice and pathology in Asia
International Journal of Human Rights, 13, 2/3, 357-382
(invited paper; special issue entitled "Protection of sexual minorities since Stonewall: progress and stalemate in developing and developed countries’’
Reprinted as follows:
Winter, S. (2010). Protection of sexual minorities since Stonewall: progress and stalemate in developing and developed countries ; (ed.P.W.Chan). London: Routledge.
Winter,S., Chalungsooth,P., Teh Y.K., Rojanalert,N., Maneerat, K., Wong Y.W., Beaumont, A., Ho, M.W., L., Gomez, F., and Macapagal, R.A. (2009). Transpeople, transprejudice and pathologisation: a seven-country factor analytic study..
International Journal of Sexual Health, 21, 2: 96-118
Winter,S. and King,M. (2009) Hong Kong.
In Stewart,C., Ed.) Encyclopedia of LGBT Issues, Greenwood Press, Santa Barbara, CA, USA.
Li,L., King,M.E. and Winter,S. (2010) Sexuality education in China: the conflict between reality and ideology.
Asia-Pacific Journal of Education, 29, 4, 469-480
Yu, L, and Winter, S.. (2010) Gender Atypical Behavior in Chinese School-aged Children: its prevalence and relations to sex, age and only-child status.
Journal of Sex Research. (published online 15th April 2010)
Harn, P.L., Wu P.L. and Winter,S. (2010) An exploratory study on gender stereotypes, gender cognitions and attitude toward male-to-female transsexuals of Taiwanese undergraduates .
Formosa Journal of Mental Health, 3, 437-464 (Chinese Language)
Li L, King, M. and Winter,S. (2010). Chinese adolescent smoking, sexuality-related activities, and linkage to psychosocial profiles.
Journal of Adolescent Health, ppS74-S75
Slamah,K., Winter,S. and Ordek,K.(2010). Violence against trans sex workers (TSWs): stigma, exclusion, poverty and death.
Research for Sex Work, 12, 30-31.
Winter, S. (2011) Transpeople (Khon Kham Phet) in Thailand: transprejudice, exclusion, and the presumption of mental illness.
Chapter 13 in Jackson, P (Ed.) Queer Bangkok: 21st Century Media, Markets and Rights. Hong Kong University Press (pp251-267).
Winter,S and King,M. (2011) Well and truly fucked: transwomen, stigma, sex work and sexual health in South to East Asia.
Chapter 9 in Global Perspectives on Prostitution and Sex Trafficking: Africa, Asia, Middle East, and Oceania Ed. Dalla,R., Baker,L., DeFrain,J. and Williamson,C. Lanham: Lexington Books.(pp139-164)
Winter,S. (2011) Transgender science: how might it shape the way we think about transgender rights?
Hong Kong Law Journal, 40,4, pp139-154.
Winter,S. (2011) Transgender sex work, stigma, death and psychiatry.
In 'Sex worker rights are human rights' (Ed. Ordek,K.) Ankara: Pembe Hayat and Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
Coleman, E., Bockting, W., Botzer, M., Cohen-Kettenis, P., DeCuypere, G., Feldman, J., Fraser, L., Green, J., Knudson, G., Meyer, W., Monstrey, S., Adler, R.,
Brown, G., Devor, A., Ehrbar, R., Ettner, R., Eyler, E., Garofalo, R., Karasic, D., Lev, A.I ., Mayer, G., Meyer-Bahlburg, H., Hall, B. P., Pfaefflin, F., Rachlin, K.,
Robinson, B., Schechter, L., Tangpricha, V., van Trotsenburg, M., Vitale, A., Winter, S., Whittle, S., Wylie, K., & Zucker, K. (2011).
Standards of Care for the Health of Transsexual, Transgender, and Gender Nonconforming People, 7th Version, Minneapolis: WPATH.
Winter,S. (2012). Education and Transgender Diversity in Asia.
Entry in Banks,J (Ed) Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education. Sage. \
Kwok,K.,D., Winter,S., and Yuen M.T. (2012) Heterosexism in school: the counselling experience of Chinese tongzhi students in Hong Kong.
British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. 1-15, i First
Chi XL, Yu,L and Winter,S (2012). Prevalence and correlates of sexual behaviors among university students: A study in Hefei, China.
BMC Public Health, 2012, 12, p972
Drescher,J, Cohen-Kettenis,P and Winter,S. (2012), Minding the body: situating gender identity diagnoses in the ICD-11.
International Review of Psychiatry; Early Online, 1-10
Chi X.L., Hawk,S., Winter,S., and Meeus,W. (2013). The effect of comprehensive sexual education program on sexual health knowledge and sexual attitude among students in Southwest China.
Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health (e version as at 22/2/13)
Invited entry for Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality, to be published by Wiley-Blackwell
In preparation or revision
Winter,S., Pramoj na Ayutthaya,P., Omphornuwat,K. and Chaiyajit,N.. Subjective outcomes of genital surgery in Thailand: lessons for the Standards of Care.
Winter,S, Li,L and Lertraksakun,C. Transpeople, hormones, silicone injections and health: a Thai study
for submission to International Journal of Sexual Health
Winter,S, and Alegre,B. Transpeople, hormones, silicone injections and health: a Filipino study
for submission to International Journal of Sexual Health
Winter,S., Diamond,M, Green,J., Karasic,D., Whittle,S., and Wylie,K. Transgender health. first in a two part series commissioned by Lancet.