This powerful book portrays the trauma of anti-gay violence and will stimulate thought, research and action on the problem.
Developed from a special issue of the Journal of Interpersonal Violence, it presents an overview of the problem, discusses the context of anti-gay violence, focuses on both victims and perpetrators and concludes with coverage of a variety of community responses across the nation. Topics covered include the social psychology of bigotry, treatment and service interventions and mental health consequences. Each section opens with a survivor's actual story - first person accounts - to give the reader insight into the reality of this serious social problem.
Publish Date: 1992
Book Pages: 310
Industry Identifier: ISBN_10: 0803945426
Subjects: Psychology / Interpersonal Relations • Social Science / LGBT Studies / Lesbian Studies • Social Science / Lesbian Studies • Social Science / Discrimination & Race Relations • Social Science / Violence in Society
Height: 23.00 cm
Width: 14.20 cm
Thickness: 2.20 cm
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