Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer Psychology An Introduction

ISBN-10: 0521700183
ISBN-13: 9780521700184
Edition: 2010
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Book details

List price: $58.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 4/1/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 246
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.518
Language: English

Victoria Clarke is a Reader in Sexuality Studies at the University of the West of England, Bristol.

Sonja J. Ellis is a Principal Lecturer in Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University.

Elizabeth Peel is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Aston University, Birmingham.

Damien W. Riggs is Visiting Research Fellow in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide and Lecturer in the School of Social Work at Flinders University.

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Introduction: how to read and use this book
What's in this book?
Pedagogical features of the book
Our approach
Who we are
Acknowledgements
History, contexts and debates in LGBTQ psychology
Introducing LGBTQ psychology
What is LGBTQ psychology and why study it?
The scientific study of sexuality and 'gender ambiguity'
The historical emergence of 'gay affirmative' psychology
Struggling for professional recognition and challenging heteronormativity in psychology
Key debates and perspectives
Social constructionism versus essentialism
Liberalism versus radicalism
The relationship between LGBTQ psychology and feminism
The relationship between LGBTQ psychology and queer theory
The relationship between LGBTQ psychology and critical psychology
The relationship between LGBTQ psychology and positive social change
Doing LGBTQ psychological research
Research methods and approaches
Issues in doing LGBTQ psychological research
Understanding social marginalisation in LGBTQ lives
Diversity
Understanding diversity in LGBTQ communities
Gender
Bisexuality
Trans and queer
Social class
Race
Organised religion and spirituality
Rural life
Ability
Prejudice and discrimination
Sexuality and gender identity prejudice in context
Sexuality and gender identity prejudice as anti-LGBTQ attitudes and behaviours
Sexuality and gender identity prejudice as social marginalisation
Health
What is LGBTQ health?
Sexual health
Mental health
Physical health
LGBTQ experiences across the lifespan
Young people, coming out and identity development
Young people, sexuality and gender identity
Models of LGBTQ identity development
Sexual fluidity
Disclosure to family and friends
LGBTQ young people in school
Exploring identity and finding a community
Relationships
Legal recognition of same-sex relationships
Comparing same-sex and different-sex relationships
Sexual practices
Beyond the normative couple
Parenting and family
Paths to parenthood for LGBTQ people
Comparing lesbian-, gay- and trans-headed families with heterosexual-headed families
Moving away from a 'proving otherwise' agenda
Looking inside LGBTQ families
Ageing and old age
Age, ageing and ageism in LGBTQ communities
Styles of ageing
Issues in health and social care in old age
Bereavement and death
Conclusion
The future of LGBTQ psychology
Beyond the 'usual suspects'
Intersectionality and privilege
Applications of LGBTQ psychology
Future directions
Glossary
Additional resources
References
Index

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