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xxv, 322 p. ; 24 cm.
This title takes on terms and expressions that malign gender or sexual orientation, or create controversy and confusion. Many of the words or expressions in this dictionary are recognizeable at once for their bias, others are words we often use without realizing their underlying meaning or without knowing how their meanings have been twisted to suit the purposes of those who demean others. The expressions shed light on how our lives are shaped by learned notions of gender and sexual orientation - in particular, how words are used to put some groups down and privilege others. The dictionary provides: etymologies, alternative spellings, the full range of definitions, changes in meaning over time or among various groups, and quotations.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781877864803 20160528
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199 p. ; 18 cm.
Green Library
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193 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • Aspects conceptuels de l'homophobie -- Représentations de l'homosexualité -- Les différentes formes de l'homophobie -- De l'homophobie à l'hétérosexisme -- Prévalence et évolution de l'homophobie -- Un terrain homophobe ? -- Six manifestations homophobes -- Les hommes sous la douche -- Homo-sociabilité féminine -- La question de la féminité -- L'ambigüité entre sportives -- Les dirigeants et les entraîneurs -- Beaucoup de sportives lesbiennes -- Un climat hostile chez les hommes -- Quel sport -- Quel niveau -- La religion -- Une norme hétérosexiste -- Sportif et masculin -- Un sportif gay peut-il faire son coming out -- Le football, une vitrine sociale ? -- Peu de joueurs officiellement gays -- L'homophobie, gère discrimination -- Le problème des centres de formation -- Un contexte "viril" -- Entretien avec Yoann Lemaire -- Des joueuses déconsidérées -- Enjeux socio-politiques -- L'apparition du sport LGBT -- Retentissement politiques -- Vers une politique du respect dans le sport -- Actions qui peuvent être menées rapidement.
  • Aspects conceptuels de l'homophobie -- Représentations de l'homosexualité -- Les différentes formes de l'homophobie -- De l'homophobie à l'hétérosexisme -- Prévalence et évolution de l'homophobie -- Un terrain homophobe ? -- Six manifestations homophobes -- Les hommes sous la douche -- Homo-sociabilité féminine -- La question de la féminité -- L'ambigüité entre sportives -- Les dirigeants et les entraîneurs -- Beaucoup de sportives lesbiennes -- Un climat hostile chez les hommes -- Quel sport -- Quel niveau -- La religion -- Une norme hétérosexiste -- Sportif et masculin -- Un sportif gay peut-il faire son coming out -- Le football, une vitrine sociale ? -- Peu de joueurs officiellement gays -- L'homophobie, gère discrimination -- Le problème des centres de formation -- Un contexte "viril" -- Entretien avec Yoann Lemaire -- Des joueuses déconsidérées -- Enjeux socio-politiques -- L'apparition du sport LGBT -- Retentissement politiques -- Vers une politique du respect dans le sport -- Actions qui peuvent être menées rapidement.
"La lutte contre les discriminations est symbolique des nouveaux enjeux du sport. Des clubs, le Ministère, des fédérations s'entendent pour que le sport soit un lieu de respect et d'épanouissement pour toutes et tous. Pour autant, dans cet élan vertueux, les homosexuel.le.s restent souvent déconsidéré.e.s. Pire, le sport est souvent décrit comme un des derniers bastions de l'homophobie. L'heure est à l'état des lieux, et à l'analyse des liens entre le sport et l'homophobie. Pour avancer. La situation est-elle identique entre les athlètes gays et les sportives lesbiennes ? Est-ce qu'il y a vraiment, comme dans la société, une plus grande acceptation de l'homosexualité ? Pourquoi ça coince encore et quelles sont les initiatives à l'oeuvre qui pourraient inspirer d'autres domaines... Est ce enfin l'heure d'ouvrir les portes des placards des vestiaires ?"--Page 4 of cover.
"La lutte contre les discriminations est symbolique des nouveaux enjeux du sport. Des clubs, le Ministère, des fédérations s'entendent pour que le sport soit un lieu de respect et d'épanouissement pour toutes et tous. Pour autant, dans cet élan vertueux, les homosexuel.le.s restent souvent déconsidéré.e.s. Pire, le sport est souvent décrit comme un des derniers bastions de l'homophobie. L'heure est à l'état des lieux, et à l'analyse des liens entre le sport et l'homophobie. Pour avancer. La situation est-elle identique entre les athlètes gays et les sportives lesbiennes ? Est-ce qu'il y a vraiment, comme dans la société, une plus grande acceptation de l'homosexualité ? Pourquoi ça coince encore et quelles sont les initiatives à l'oeuvre qui pourraient inspirer d'autres domaines... Est ce enfin l'heure d'ouvrir les portes des placards des vestiaires ?"--Page 4 of cover.
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xxvii, 195 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Foreword, Lisa Duggan-- Introduction: hegemony and heteronormativity, Maria do Mar Castro Varela, Nikita Dhawan and Antke Engel-- Revisiting contingency, hegemony and universality, Randi Gressgard-- From the 'heterosexual matrix' to a 'heteronormative hegemony': initiating a dialogue between Judith Butler and Antonio Gramsci about queer theory and politics, Gundula Ludwig-- Tender tensions - antagonistic struggles - becoming bird: queer political interventions into neoliberal hegemony, Antke Engel-- Normative dilemmas and the hegemony of counter-hegemony, Maria do Mar Castro Varela and Nikita Dhawan-- How Sam became a father, became a citizen: scripts of neoliberal inclusion of disability, Katerina Kolarova-- Signifying theory_politics/queer, Susanne Lummerding-- The pleasures of compliance: domination and compromise within BDSM practice, Volker Woltersdorff, Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781409403203 20160605
This book reflects on 'the political' in queer theory and politics by revisiting two of its key categories: hegemony and heteronormativity. It explores the specific insights offered by these categories and the ways in which they augment the analysis of power and domination from a queer perspective, whilst also examining the possibilities for political analysis and strategy building provided by theories of hegemony and heteronormativity. Moreover, in addressing these issues the book strives to rethink the understanding of the term 'queer', so as to avoid narrowing queer politics to a critique of normative heterosexuality and the rigid gender binary. By looking at the interplay between hegemony and heteronormativity, this groundbreaking volume presents new possibilities of reconceptualizing 'the political' from a queer perspective. Investigating the effects of queer politics not only on subjectivities and intimate personal relations, but also on institutions, socio-cultural processes and global politics, this book will be of interest to those working in the fields of critical theory, gender and sexuality, queer theory, postcolonial studies, and feminist political theory.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781409403203 20160605
Green Library
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vi, 235 p. ; 22 cm.
"Norm Struggles" explores and challenges normativity in general and heteronormativity in particular. A common trait in all chapters is the focus on contradictions, changes, disruptions and uncertainties that follow with different norms and structuring forces. The authors discuss and explore how norms are produced, and reproduced but also disrupted, subverted and changed. The chapters are based on observations from different settings such as preschools, schools, universities, factories, social welfare, popular culture, passenger ships, and the fire service. They are also based on observations from different countries - Lithuania, Canada, USA, Sweden, Finland, and Great Britain. The book presents studies of media, policies, machines, organisations, academic sexual theory, and the ongoing constructions of nations and nationalities.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781443819756 20160604
Green Library
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xv, 271 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Foreword - Paul B. Pedersen Preface Acknowledgments 1. Our Stories Will Be Told: Deconstructing the Heterosexist Discourse in the Counseling Professions - James M. Croteau, Julianne S. Lark, Teresa S. Lance Section 1: Narrative Voices 2. Moving From Random Acts of Inclusion Toward LGB-Affirmative Institutions - Eve M. Adams 3. Coming Out to My Homophobia and Heterosexism: Lessons Learned in the Journey of an Ally - Alan D. Berkowitz 4. Over the Rainbow: My Experiences as an Ally - Sharon L. Bowman 5. Invisibility, Alienation, and Misperceptions: The Experience of Being Bisexual - Maria D. Carrubba 6. Transforming Heterosexism: Starting From Myself - Kin-Ming Chan 7. Challenging Multiple Oppressions in Counselor Education - Stuart F. Chen-Hayes 8. Coming Out on the Wave of Feminism, Coming to Age on the Ocean of Multiculturalism - Louise A. Douce 9. Jewish, Bisexual, Feminist in a Christian Heterosexual World: Oy Vey! - Sari H. Dworkin 10. Becoming Visible: A Balance of Challenge and Support - Susanna M. Gallor 11. From Naif to Activist: Personal Reflections of an Ally - Jane Goodman 12. We Are All Men and We Need Each Other Too - Phillip D. Johnson 13. Blessed Be the Ties That Bind - Michael Mobley, Stacey M. Pearson 14. Sexual Orientation, Shame, and Silence: Reflections on Graduate Training - John M. O'Brien 15. The Evolution of Responsibility: Developing as an Ally - Theresa M. O'Halloran 16. Through Racism and Homophobia: An Ally's Journey - Ruperto M. Perez 17. Being Bisexual in the Counseling Professions: Deconstructing Heterosexism - Julia C. Phillips 18. Crashing Through the "Lavender Ceiling" in the Leadership of the Counseling Professions - Mark Pope 19. Fluidity in the Disclosure and Salience of My Identities - Jennipher Wiebold Section II: Narrative Perspectives on Special Issues 20. Untold Stories: Voices From the "Closet" of Counseling Professionals - Mary A. Fukuyama, Marie L. Miville, Jamie R. Funderburk 21. Race and Sexual Orientation in Multicultural Counseling: Navigating Rough Waters - James M. Croteau, Madonna G. Constantine Section III: Deconstructing, Envisioning, and Making Practical Suggestions 22. Toward a Discourse of Sexual Orientation Equity in the Counseling Professions - Kathleen J. Bieschke, James M. Croteau, Julianne S. Lark, Beverly J. Vandiver 23. Those Who Care, Teach: Toward Sexual Orientation Equity in Academic and Clinical Training - Y. Barry Chung, Catherine J. Brack 24. Drawing From the Collective Wisdom of LGB-Affirmative Counseling Professionals: Reflections on Affect, Relationships, and Power - Melissa A. Lidderdale, Julianne S. Lark, Joy S. Whitman Index About the Editors About the Contributors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780761929826 20160528
Deconstructing Heterosexism in the Counseling Professions uses the personal narratives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and heterosexual counselling psychologists and counsellor educators in order to deconstruct the heterosexist discourse in the counselling professions, envision a discourse of sexual orientation equity, and make practical suggestions for addressing sexual orientation in professional life. The narrative approach encompasses a diversity of stories and experiences including an emphasis on racial and cultural contexts. These narratives and their analyses serve as a means for the individual and collective self examination that is needed to move LGB affirmative practice, training, and scholarship from the margins to the center of what it means to be a counselling professional.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780761929826 20160528
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viii, 416 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • The prize and the price. Negotiating new deals: Colouring sexualities - how some black South African schoolgirls respond to racial and gendered inequalities-- glamour, glitz and girls - the meanings of femininity in high school matric ball culture in urban South Africa-- e-race-ing the line - South African interracial relationships yesterday and today . Flipping the coin: renegotiating masculinity in the lowveld: narratives of male-male sex in compounds, prisons and at home-- fauna, flora and fucking - female sex safaris in South Africa-- are blind people better lovers?-- sexuality in later life. Paying the price: The weather watchers: gender, violence and social control in South Africa-- nurturing the sexuality of disabled girls: the challenges of parenting for mothers-- a decent place? space and morality in a former 'poor white' suburb-- less is (m)orr: apres le deluge (or rather: more or less ...): an essay about and conversation with Margaret Orr. Holding onto the prize: heterosex among young South Africans: research reflections-- apartheid, anti-apartheid and post-apartheid sexualities-- 'astride a dangerous dividing line': a discourse analysis of preschool teachers' talk about childhood sexuality. Que(e)rying the contract: Criminalising the act of sex: attitudes to adult commercial sex work in South Africa-- queer marriage: sexualising citizenship and the development of freedoms in South Africa-- beyond the constitution: from sexual rights to belonging.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780796922397 20160528
What is the Prize, and who pays the Price? The desired and the desirable are often constellated through our ideas of what is undesired and undesirable, deeply knotted into our sense of self, our sense of where and how we fit into the world. These notions of desire form the backdrop to this powerful volume which examines the historical continuities and interruptions of heteronormativity in South African society. Leading and emerging scholars disentangle the strands of particular sexual identities, and deepen the reader's understanding of the multiple workings of heteronormativity in South African society in particular, and sexuality in general. Through analyzing where and how heteronormativity intersects with other axes of power and social identity, contributors to this volume reveal that it is not monolithic, and heterosexuality as the South African norm is effectively 'outed' from within heteronormativity. The chapters extend beyond the well researched areas of sexuality - same sexualities, HIV/AIDS and gender-based violence - to less discussed areas, such as childhood sexuality and disability. The multiplicity of issues raised have relevance for a range of readers interested in the fledgling field of Sexualities Studies, and in its significance the scholarship extends well beyond the borders of South Africa.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780796922397 20160528
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244 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Green Library
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149 p. ; 21 cm.
Green Library
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xv, 125 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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xv, 125 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Green Library
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viii, 230 p. ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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236 pages ; 21 cm.
  • Über Heteronormativität : eine Einleitung / María Teresa Herrera Vivar, Petra Rostock, Uta Schirmer, Karen Wagels
  • Zeitdiagnostische und konzeptuelle Zugänge zu Heteronormativität
  • Das gouvernementale Projekt der Prekarisierung von Heteronormativität / Volker Woltersdorff
  • Sexuelle Immunologik : Heteronormativität als biopolitischer Sicherheitsmechanismus / Mike Laufenberg
  • Sexualstrafrecht und Heteronormativität : Konzeptuelle Präzisierungen aus politisch-immunologischer Perspektive / Barbara Kraml
  • Eine "Ein-Thema-Methodologie"? Epistemologische Überlegungen zum Heteronormativitätskonzept / Sushila Mesquita
  • Empirische Zugänge zu Heteronormativität
  • Traurige Forschung : Normative Gewalt und Diskriminierungserfahrungen / Maria do Mar Castro Varela
  • Ambivalenzen erzählter Heteronormativität : oder : wie Jugendliche Sexualität(en) und Geschlecht(er) modernisieren / Monika Götsch
  • Zum Verhältnis von 'Vielfalt' und Heteronormativität in sexualpädagogischen Praktiken / Antje Langer
  • Umkämpfte Felder der Heteronormativitätskritik
  • Queere Liebe und rassifizierter Hass : Transnormativität und queere Regenerierung / Jin Haritaworn
  • Körperkonstrukcionen im Spannungsfeld von Heteronormativität, Behinderung und Rassifizierung : eine Intervention / Heike Raab
  • Race and the Impossibility of LGBTI Politics / Jennifer Petzen
  • Update von Heteronormativität auf dem Balkan / Martin Mlinarić
  • Autor_innen.
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xii, 168 pages ; 25 cm
Green Library
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xii, 263 p. ; 25 cm.
  • "Diving Into the Wreck" * Beijing: Mao, the Tao, and the Fourth World Conference on Women * Atlanta: The 1996 Olympics, Co'Cola, and the Wealth of Nations * Memphis: Elvis and Martin, "At the Mountaintop" * Honolulu: Hawai'i Nei * Requiem from My Brother * Johannesburg: N Kosi sikelel' iAfrica * Of Soul and White Folks * Harare * Durham.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780813531014 20160528
Veteran activist Mab Segrest takes readers along on her travels to view a world experiencing extraordinary change. She visits Beijing, for the Fourth World Conference on Women; Atlanta, to examine gentrified Olympic development; Memphis, for the twentieth anniversary of Elvis's death; Honolulu, for a conference linking gay issues; and Johannesburg and Harare, Zimbabwe, for a world gathering of Christians. The book is a journey of both intellectual and emotional discovery. As she travels from place to place, Segrest speculates on the effects of globalization and urban development on people, examines the struggles for racial, economic, gender, and sexual equality, and narrates her own powerful history as a lesbian in the American South. The book's title takes off from the African idea of ubuntu, which roughly translates as "born to belonging." From the principle that we all belong to the human community, Segrest uses her personal experience as a filter for larget political and cultural issues. Her writing traverses the globe, bringing together such diverse groups as the Ku Klux Klan in North Carolina, fledging gay rights activists in Zimbabwe, and resistance fighters in El Salvador who have seen the enemy mutate from an openly oppressive government to more amorphous economic depression with its attendant alienation. Segrest expertly plumbs her own personal experiences for organizing principles and maxims to combat racism, homophobia, sexism, and economic exploitation.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780813531014 20160528
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viii, 232 p. ; 24 cm.
Green Library
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218 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
East Asia Library
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xxiv, 102 p. ; 23 cm.
Green Library
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vii, 144 p. : ill ; 26 cm.
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • Heterosexism in the family of origin to healthy self-care
  • Gay children, teens, and adults from heterosexist families
  • Problems and strengths of gay seniors
  • Unknown to known population
  • The "out" and "closeted" gay populations
  • Coming out is not a one shot deal
  • Hiv and aids
  • Homophobia to pure loving
  • The seven stages of coming out
  • Prejudice to pride
  • Homophobic religious leaders and members
  • Church and conservative right-wing enmeshment
  • Past to present views
  • Heterosexism, heterocentrism, homophobia, and the DSM
  • The model of change
  • New glossary of terms
  • Positive and negative energy ripples
  • Discrimination to advocacy
  • Acknowledging the harm that discrimination causes
  • Gay education
  • Personal stories of gay discrimination.
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xix, 189 p. ; 25 cm.
  • General characteristics of homophobes (and other bigots)
  • Models of homophobia
  • Rationalizations of homophobia
  • Homophobia in gays and lesbians (internalized or internal/self-homophobia)
  • Heterophobia (excessive or false accusations of homophobia)
  • The negative effect of homophobia on gays and lesbians
  • Developmental and psychodynamic considerations
  • Homophobia as an emotional disorder : paranoid homophobia
  • Homophobia as an emotional disorder : passive-aggressive, or subtle homophobia
  • Homophobia as an emotional disorder : other forms
  • Homophobic cognitive errors
  • Other perspectives
  • Helping homophobes become less homophobic
  • Handling homophobes.
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