Follow
Laina Y. Bay-Cheng
Laina Y. Bay-Cheng
Professor & Interim Vice-President; Division of Equity, People & Culture, York University
Verified email at yorku.ca
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
The trouble of teen sex: The construction of adolescent sexuality through school-based sexuality education
LY Bay-Cheng
Sex Education: sexuality, society and learning 3 (1), 61-74, 2003
4872003
The making of unwanted sex: Gendered and neoliberal norms in college women's unwanted sexual experiences
LY Bay-Cheng, RK Eliseo-Arras
Journal of sex research 45 (4), 386-397, 2008
3372008
The agency line: A neoliberal metric for appraising young women’s sexuality
LY Bay-Cheng
Sex roles 73, 279-291, 2015
3282015
Minding the gap between feminist identity and attitudes: The behavioral and ideological divide between feminists and non‐labelers
AN Zucker, LY Bay‐Cheng
Journal of personality 78 (6), 1895-1924, 2010
1532010
Safer, better sex through feminism: The role of feminist ideology in women's sexual well-being
VR Schick, AN Zucker, LY Bay-Cheng
Psychology of Women Quarterly 32 (3), 225-232, 2008
1522008
Feminism between the sheets: Sexual attitudes among feminists, nonfeminists, and egalitarians
LY Bay-Cheng, AN Zucker
Psychology of Women Quarterly 31 (2), 157-163, 2007
1292007
Recovering empowerment: De-personalizing and re-politicizing adolescent female sexuality
LY Bay-Cheng
Sex Roles 66, 713-717, 2012
1232012
Behavioral and relational contexts of adolescent desire, wanting, and pleasure: Undergraduate women's retrospective accounts
LY Bay-Cheng, AD Robinson, AN Zucker
Journal of Sex Research 46 (6), 511-524, 2009
1202009
Tracking homo oeconomicus: Development of the neoliberal beliefs inventory
LY Bay-Cheng, CC Fitz, NM Alizaga, AN Zucker
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 3 (1), 2015
1122015
SexEd. com: Values and norms in web‐based sexuality education
LY Bay‐Cheng
Journal of Sex Research 38 (3), 241-251, 2001
942001
Agency is everywhere, but agency is not enough: A conceptual analysis of young women’s sexual agency
LY Bay-Cheng
The Journal of Sex Research 56 (4-5), 462-474, 2019
922019
Time spent online: Latent profile analyses of emerging adults' social media use
CF Scott, LY Bay-Cheng, MA Prince, TH Nochajski, RL Collins
Computers in Human Behavior 75, 311-319, 2017
912017
Linking femininity, weight concern, and mental health among Latina, Black, and White women
LY Bay‐Cheng, AN Zucker, AJ Stewart, CS Pomerleau
Psychology of Women Quarterly 26 (1), 36-45, 2002
782002
Mixed drinks and mixed messages: Adolescent girls’ perspectives on alcohol and sexuality
JA Livingston, LY Bay-Cheng, AL Hequembourg, M Testa, JS Downs
Psychology of Women Quarterly 37 (1), 38-50, 2013
652013
Not all nonlabelers are created equal: Distinguishing between quasi-feminists and neoliberals
CC Fitz, AN Zucker, LY Bay-Cheng
Psychology of Women Quarterly 36 (3), 274-285, 2012
552012
Trauma-informed sexuality education: Recognising the rights and resilience of youth
NM Fava, LY Bay-Cheng
Sex Education 13 (4), 383-394, 2013
512013
Adolescent girls’ assessment and management of sexual risks: Insights from focus group research
LY Bay-Cheng, JA Livingston, NM Fava
Youth & Society 43 (3), 1167-1193, 2011
512011
Justifying sex: The place of women's sexuality on a social justice agenda
LY Bay-Cheng
Families in Society 91 (1), 97-103, 2010
502010
Disciplining “Girl Talk” The paradox of empowerment in a feminist mentorship program
LY Bay-Cheng, AE Lewis, AJ Stewart, JE Malley
Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment 13 (2), 73-92, 2006
492006
Young women's experiences and perceptions of cunnilingus during adolescence
LY Bay-Cheng, NM Fava
Journal of Sex Research 48 (6), 531-542, 2011
482011
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20