PUBLICATIONS - JOURNAL ARTICLES
Artz L., Meer, T., Aschman G. (2018) Legal duties, professional obligations or notional guidelines? Screening, treatment and referral of domestic violence cases in primary health care settings in South Africa. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine, 10(1), a1724. https://phcfm.org/index.php/phcfm/article/view/1724
Ward. C., Artz, L., Leoschut, L., Kassanjee, R., Burton, P. 2018. ‘Sexual violence against children in South Africa: Prevalence, risk factors and consequences from a nationally representative study.’ Lancet Global Health, Vol 6(4), p. 460-468.
Müller, A., Spencer, S., Meer, T. & Daskilewicz, K. 2018. The no-go zone: a qualitative study of access to sexual and reproductive health services for sexual and gender minority adolescents in Southern Africa. Reproductive Health 15(12). DOI 10.1186/s12978-018-0462-2
Artz, L. & Hoffman-Wanderer, Y. 2017. ‘The word on the inside: epistemological conisderations on women, crime and imprisonment’. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, Vol 30(4), p. 1-15.
Meer, T. & Müller, A. (2017). Editorial: Considering intersectionality in Africa. Agenda, 31 (1), 3-4. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10130950.2017.1363583
Spencer, S., Meer, T., Müller, A. 2017 “The care is the best you can give at the time”: Health care professionals’ experiences in providing gender affirming care in South Africa. PLoS ONE 12(7): e0181132. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0181132
Gerdts, C., Raifman, S., Daskilewicz, K., Momberg, M., Roberts, S., Harries, J. 2017. “Women’s experiences seeking informal sector abortion services in Cape Town South Africa: a descriptive study.” BMC Women’s Health. 17(95).
Constant, D., Harries, J., Daskilewicz, K., Myer, L., Gemzell-Danielsson, K. 2017. “Is self-assessment of medical abortion using a low-sensitivity pregnancy test combined with a checklist and phone text messages feasible in South African primary healthcare settings? A randomized trial.” PloS one. 12(6).
Müller, A., 2017. Scrambling for access: availability, accessibility, acceptability and quality of healthcare for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in South Africa. BMC international health and human rights, 17(1), p.16.
Meer, T. & Combrinck, H. 2016. Help, Harm or Hinder? –Non-governmental Service Providers’ Perspectives on Families and Gender-based Violence against Women with Intellectual Disabilities in South Africa. Disability and Society, 32 (1), 37-55.
Scheibe, A., Howell, S., Müller, A., Katumba, M., Langen, B., Artz, L., Marks, M. 2016. Finding solid ground: law enforcement, key populations and their health and rights in South Africa. Journal of the International AIDS Society 19(Suppl 3): 20872.
Müller, A., Hughes, T. L. 2016. Making the invisible visible - a systematic review of sexual minority women's health in Southern Africa. BMC Public Health 16: 307. doi:10.1186/s12889-016-2980-6.
Moult, K., Müller, A. 2016. Navigating conflicting laws in sexual and reproductive health service provision for teenagers. Curationis 39(1): 1-7.
Müller, A., Roehrs, S., Hoffman-Wanderer, Y., Moult, K. 2016. "You have to make a judgment call" - Morals, judgments and the provision of quality sexual and reproductive health services for adolescents in South Africa. Social Science and Medicine 148: 71-78. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2015.11.048.
Meer, T. & Combrinck, H. 2015. Invisible intersections: Understanding the complex stigmatisation of women with intellectual disabilities in their vulnerability to gender-based violence. Agenda, 29(2), 14-23.
Campbell, M., Artz, L., Stein, D. 2015. ‘Sexual disorders in DSM-5 and ICD-11: A conceptual framework’. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 2015, 28(6), p. 435-439.
Naidoo, N., Artz, L., Martin, L., & Zalgoanker, M. 2015. ‘A stitch in time ... may save nine: A systematic synthesis of the evidence for domestic violence management and prevention in Emergency Care’. African Safety Promotion Journal, Vol. 12, No. 2, p. 30-48.
Müller, A. 2015. Strategies to include sexual orientation and gender identity in health professions education. African Journal for Health Professions Education 7(1): 4-7.
Rolston, B., & Artz, L. 2014. Re-entry problems: The post-prison challenges and experiences of former political prisoners in South Africa and Northern Ireland. The International Journal of Human Rights, 18(7-8), p. 861-880.
Artz, L. 2014. Editorial: (Re)visioning criminology: New trends, old debates. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 27(1), p. i-iii.
Müller, A. 2014. Editorial: Professionalism is key in providing services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex South Africans,South African Medical Journal, Vol. 104, No. 8, p. 558-559.
Müller, A., Moult, K. 2014. Navigating conflicting laws in adolescent sexual and reproductive health service provision. Nursing Update (Aug); 17-19
Aschman, G. 2014. Commission for Gender Equality National Gender Summit. Agenda, 28(2), pp.98-101.
Cassidy. A., Inglis, G., Wiysonge, C., and Matzopoulos, R. 2014. A systematic review of the effects of poverty deconcentration and urban upgrading on youth violence. Health & Place, 26, pp 78-87.
Moult, K. (2013). Talking taboos: Teaching and learning about sexuality, gender and violence in South Africa schools. Agenda, 27(3), p.67-76.
Artz, L. and Moult, K., 2013. Gnawing at the Edges of Criminology: Working Outside/In. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, (1), pp.1-14.
Artz, L., 2012. Porn Norms: A South African Feminist Conversation about Pornography. Agenda, 26 (3), pp.8-18.
Aschman, G., Meer, T. and Artz, L., 2012. Behind the Screens: Domestic Violence and Health Care Practices. Agenda, 26 (2), pp.51-64.
Ward, C.L., Artz, L., Berg, J., Boonzaier, F., Crawford-Browne, S., Dawes, A., Foster, D., Matzopoulos, R., Nicol, A., Seekings, J., van As, S. and van der Spuy, E., 2012. Violence, violence prevention and safety: A research agenda for South Africa. South African Medical Journal, 102(4), pp. 215-218.
Artz, L., 2011. Fear or Failure? Why Victims of Domestic Violence Retract from the Criminal Justice Process. South African Crime Quarterly, 37, pp.3-10.
Roehrs, S., 2011. Waiting and watching: Malema's delayed apology and compensation payment and their broader implications. Agenda, 25 (4), pp.112-17.
Artz, L., 2010. [Guest Editor] Introduction: Gender and the legal system. Agenda, 82, pp.4-8.
Artz, L. and Roehrs, S., 2009. The Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act (no. 32 of 2007): Emerging issues for the health sector. Continuing Medical Education 27 (10), pp.464-67.
Roehrs, S., 2009. Compulsory HIV testing of alleged sexual offenders: Role of the health care professional. Continuing Medical Education27 (10), pp.468-70.
Roehrs, S., 2009. Privacy, Hiv/Aids and Public Health Interventions. South African Law Journal.
Abrahams, N., Martin, L., Jewkes, R., Mathews, S., Vetten, L. and Lombard, C., 2008. The epidemiology and the pathology of suspected rape homicide in South Africa. Forensic Science International, 178, pp.132-38.
Artz, L. and Smythe, D., 2008. Feminism vs. the State?: A Decade of Sexual Offences Law Reform in South Africa. Agenda: Gender Based Violence Trilogy, 74(1-3), pp. 6-18.
Artz, L. and Smythe, D., 2007. Case Attrition in Rape Cases: A Comparative Analysis. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20(2), pp.158-81
Artz, L. and Smythe, D., 2007. Losing Ground: Attrition in Rape Cases. SA Crime Quarterly, 22, pp.13-20.
Roehrs, S., 2007. Implementing the Unfeasible: Compulsory HIV Testing for Alleged Sexual Offenders. SA Crime Quarterly, 22, pp.27-32.
Roehrs, S., 2007. Positive or Negative? Compulsory HIV Testing of Alleged Sexual Offenders. SA Crime Quarterly,20, pp. 31-36.
Martin, L.J. and Artz, L., 2006. The Health Care Practitioner’s Role in the Management of Violence against Women in South Africa.Continuing Medical Education, 24(2), pp.72-77.
Artz, L., 2005. Reflections on criminology’s contribution to criminal justice transformation. Guest Editor: Acta Criminologica, 18(1), pp.i-ii.
Artz, L. and Smythe, D., 2005. Bridges and Barriers: A Five Year Retrospective on the Domestic Violence Act. Acta Juridica (also published as Advancing Women Rights by C. Murray and M. O’Sullivan), pp.200-27.
Doolan, K., 2005. Missing Piece of the Puzzle: The Health Sector's Role in Implementing the DVA. SA Crime Quarterly, 12, pp.9-12.
Moult, K., 2005. Providing a Sense of Justice: Informal Mechanisms for Dealing with Domestic Violence. SA Crime Quarterly, 12, pp.19-24.
Smythe, D., 2005. Moving Beyond 30 Years of Anglo-American Rape Law Reforms: Legal Representation for Victims of Sexual Offences.South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 18(2), pp.167-86.
Smythe, D. and Artz, L., 2005. Money Matters: Structural Problems with Implementing the DVA. Agenda, 66, pp.24-33.
Artz, L., 2004. Better Safe than Sorry: Magistrates’ Views on the Domestic Violence Act. SA Crime Quarterly, 7, pp.1-8.
Artz, L., 2004. Tough choices: Difficulties Facing Magistrates in Applying Protection Orders. SA Crime Quarterly, 8, pp.25-30.
Artz, L., 2004. Guest Editorial: The Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Amendment Bill: What’s in it for Children? Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 16(1), pp. v-vii.
Smythe, D., 2004. Missed Opportunities: Confiscation of Weapons in Domestic Violence Cases. SA Crime Quarterly, 10, p. 19-26.