Andreas Philaretou, PhD, is Associate Professor of Psychology at European University Cyprus. His research and teaching interests revolve around topics of social psychological significance, such as gender, sexuality, and leisure.

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Publications:
Sexuality and the Internet

This investigation attempts to explain the variants of Cybersexual addiction using established psychological and management information systems theories. Results are discussed in terms of individual, familial, and occupational well being.

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Western Stereotypes of Arabs and Muslims

Although improved education, international communication and travel has reduced religious, racial, and ethnic stereotypes, the West continues to perpetuate negative images of Arabs and Muslims.

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Human Sexual Trafficking

In the past few decades, sex trafficking has become a serious problem for economically deprived countries. Negative effects occur at both the macro sociological and micro social psychological levels.

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Teaching and Researching Sensitive Topics: The Joys and Sorrows of Being a Human Sexuality Professor

This study utilizes autoethnographic methodology to delineate the various challenges, threats, and controversies associated with teaching and researching sensitive topics in present day institutions of higher learning.

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Learning about Sexual Addiction: Theory and Intervention

This study investigates the micro social-psychological origins and variants of sexual addiction for men who have been heavily influenced by the prescriptions and proscriptions of the patriarchal masculine scriptings.

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The Social Construction of Gender Role Identity: The Case of Female Flight Attendants

This exploratory investigation aims at identifying the macro sociocultural and micro social psychological dynamics of the feminized and masculinized gender roles enacted in the occupation of female flight attendants.

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An Exploratory Investigation of the Quality of Life of Adults with Learning Disabilities Living in Family Homes or under Residential Care

This study aims at comparing the quality of life of adults using day care services and living in family homes, with that of adults using such services in residential care.

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Leisured Intimacy in Organizational Settings: An Exploratory Investigation

This exploratory qualitative investigation based on a case study attempts to investigate the intertwining of emotional intimacy, sexuality, and work allocation in a highly hierarchical organizational work setting.

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