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Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review Vol 5 No 3 November 2004. Special Issue: Challenging homophobia and sexual prejudice

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Quick Overview

A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of Lesbian and Gay psychology.

 

Contents

Editorial note - The nomenclature of prejudice
Elizabeth Peel

Special Issue: Challenging homophobia and sexual prejudice

 

Guest editorial
Ian Hodges

Articles

 

Homophobia, disgust and the body: Towards a psychosocial approach to sexual prejudice
Ian Hodges

A clinical psychological perspective in countering sexual prejudice in institutional systems and clients' lives
Catherine Butler & Angela Byrne

Mismatching in mental health: Identity politics, hereronormativity and public mental health services
David Semp

Was he queer...or just Irish? Reading the life of Harry Stack Sullivan
Peter Hegarty

Living with homophobia: Exploring accounts of communication and disclosure from London gay men diagnosed with HIV
Ian Hodges & Eamonn Rodohan

Focus on Activism

 

Including the B-word: Reflections on the place of bisexuality within lesbian and gay activism and psychology
Meg Barker, in conversation with Jenni Yockney

Research in Brief:
Institutionalised heterosexuality and 'special rights': A discursive analysis of the debates around the repeal of Section 28 in Scotland

Darren Langdridge

Conference Reports:
Heterosexuality and psychoanalysis: New directions New York style

Martin Milton

Building partnerships between lesbian, gay and bisexual psychologists and the lesbian, gay and bisexual voluntary sector
Dan Shepperd & Peter Hegarty

Bridging the divide between LGBT psychology and feminist psychology: A report on the BPS Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference
Maree Burns & Victoria Clarke

Book Reviews

 

The psychology of women
By Michelle A. Paludi, reviewed by Sue Smith

The Harvey Milk Institute guide to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer internet research
By A. Ellis, L. Highleyman, K. Schaub & M. White, reviewed by Mark Davis

The queer parent's primer: A lesbian and gay families' guide to navigating the straight world
By Stephanie A. Brill, reviewed by Victoria Clarke

 

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