Michael Quayle
Michael Quayle
University of Limerick & University of KwaZulu-Natal
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TitleCited byYear
Hegemonic masculinity: combining theory and practice in gender interventions
R Jewkes, R Morrell, J Hearn, E Lundqvist, D Blackbeard, G Lindegger, ...
Culture, health & sexuality 17 (sup2), 112-127, 2015
Beyond the checklist: assessing understanding for HIV vaccine trial participation in South Africa
G Lindegger, C Milford, C Slack, M Quayle, X Xaba, E Vardas
JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 43 (5), 560-566, 2006
The perils of being a nice guy: Contextual variation in five young women’s constructions of acceptable hegemonic and alternative masculinities
K Talbot, M Quayle
Men and Masculinities 13 (2), 255-278, 2010
Whiteness, racism, and Afrikaner identity in post-apartheid South Africa
C Verwey, M Quayle
African Affairs 111 (445), 551-575, 2012
Challenging the stubborn core of opposition to equality: Racial contact and policy attitudes
J Dixon, K Durrheim, CG Tredoux, LR Tropp, B Clack, L Eaton, M Quayle
Political Psychology 31 (6), 831-855, 2010
Masculinity and HIV/AIDS
G Lindegger, M Quayle
HIV/AIDS in South Africa 25 Years On, 41-54, 2009
Predicting support for racial transformation policies: Intergroup threat, racial prejudice, sense of group entitlement and strength of identification
K Durrheim, J Dixon, C Tredoux, L Eaton, M Quayle, B Clack
European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (1), 23-41, 2011
Denying racism: Discursive strategies used by the South African media
K Durrheim, M Quayle, K Whitehead, A Kriel
Critical Arts 19 (1-2), 167-186, 2005
Stakeholder perspectives on ethical challenges in HIV vaccine trials in South Africa
Z Essack, J Koen, N Barsdorf, C Slack, M Quayle, C Milford, G Lindegger, ...
Developing world bioethics 10 (1), 11-21, 2010
Students' perceptions of a university access (bridging) programme for social science, commerce and humanities
Z Essack, M Quayle
Perspectives in Education 25 (1), 71-84, 2007
Divide and rule, unite and resist: Contact, collective action and policy attitudes among historically disadvantaged groups
J Dixon, K Durrheim, M Thomae, C Tredoux, P Kerr, M Quayle
Journal of Social Issues 71 (3), 576-596, 2015
Hunger for knowledge: Food insecurity among students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal
N Munro, M Quayle, H Simpson, S Barnsley
Perspectives in Education 31 (4), 168-179, 2013
Local knowledge and experiences of vaccination: implications for HIV-preventive vaccine trials in South Africa
G Lindegger, M Quayle, M Ndlovu
Health Education & Behavior 34 (1), 108-123, 2007
The struggle for the nature of “prejudice”:“Prejudice” expression as identity performance
K Durrheim, M Quayle, J Dixon
Political Psychology 37 (1), 17-35, 2016
Multiracial families and contact theory in South Africa: does direct and extended contact facilitated by multiracial families predict reduced prejudice?
M du Toit, Megan and Quayle
South African Journal of Psychology 41 (4), 540-551, 2011
“It's just heart breaking”: Doing inclusive political solidarity or ambivalent paternalism through sympathetic discourse within the “refugee crisis” debate
A Nightingale, M Quayle, O Muldoon
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 27 (2), 137-146, 2017
Mapping the state of the field of social psychology in Africa and patterns of collaboration between African and international social psychologists
M Quayle, M Greer
International Journal of Psychology 49 (6), 498-502, 2014
Investigating the evolution of ingroup favoritism using a minimal group interaction paradigm: The effects of inter-and intragroup interdependence
K Durrheim, M Quayle, CG Tredoux, K Titlestad, L Tooke
PloS one 11 (11), e0165974, 2016
Stakeholder views of ethical guidance regarding prevention and care in HIV vaccine trials
R Moorhouse, C Slack, M Quayle, Z Essack, G Lindegger
BMC medical ethics 15 (1), 51, 2014
When the chips are down: Social and technical aspects of computer failure and repair
M Quayle, K Durrheim
Interacting with Computers 18 (6), 1260-1277, 2006
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