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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 18 No 1 2001: Gay and lesbian identities: Working with young people, their families and schools

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 18 No 1 2001: Gay and lesbian identities: Working with young people, their families and schools

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme of this issue is Gay and lesbian identities: Working with young people, their families and schools.


 

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Editorial

President of The British Psychological Society's opening address
Ingrid Lunt

Issues in the development of a homosexual identity: Practice implications for educational psychologists
Lucy Robertson & Jeremy Monsen

The bullying of sexual minorities at school: Its nature and long-term correlates
Ian Rivers

Sexual identity, psychological well-being and suicide risk among lesbian and gay young people
Peter Walker

Growing up with a gay parent: Views of 101 gay fathers on their sons' and daughters' experiences
Helen Barrett & Fiona Tasker

Lesbian, gay men, their families and counselling: Implications for training and practice
Damian McCann

'Isn't that what girls do?' - disabled young people construct (homo) sexuality in situated social practice
Mairian Corker

Study support for young people with same-sex attraction - views and experiences from a pioneering peer support initative in the north of England
Colm Crowley, Susan Hallam, Rom Harré & Ingrid Lunt

 

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