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Thompson, S. Anthony – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
There have been many theoretical and practical efforts to include students with intellectual disabilities into the mainstream of school and community life. These initiatives are derived from, and limited by, individualized notions of disability. Alternatively, using data from an exploratory multiple-case study of gay and bisexual persons with…
Descriptors: Mental Retardation, Homosexuality, Teaching Methods, Inclusive Schools
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Lampela, Laurel – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
Helen Cozza is a contemporary artist living in New Mexico who began working as a painter and moved into printmaking. Prevalent in her work is the use of the grid and the patterns created by weaving. The imagery is reminiscent of the environmental deterioration that Cozza observed in Buffalo and Cleveland where she lived for many years. Cozza knew…
Descriptors: Visual Arts, Homosexuality, Artists, Art Education
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Abes, Elisa S. – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
Grounded in a narrative inquiry study of traditional-aged lesbian college students' perceptions of the relationships among their multiple social identities, this article explores implications of queer theory in practice with college students. This case study examines the emancipatory impact of queer notions and a queer theoretical framework on one…
Descriptors: College Students, Social Theories, Homosexuality, Females
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Holley, Lynn C.; Larson, Nancy C.; Adelman, Madelaine; Trevino, Jesus – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
Three hundred twenty-six undergraduates who participated in a diversity-based course or voluntary intergroup dialogues completed a written questionnaire about their attitudes toward and comfort with people who are African American, Asian American, First Nation, Latina/o, white, and lesbian, gay, or bisexual (LGB). Secondary analysis of…
Descriptors: Correlation, Negative Attitudes, Sexual Orientation, Homosexuality
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Sanders, James H., III; Doyle, Casey – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
The article discusses the work of Casey Doyle, and the narrative metaphors and personal explorations that inform his sculptures and how, for his undergraduate thesis, he selected a body of work whose central theme explores his identity as a gay man, informing his relationships with family, friends and society. (Contains 5 figures.)
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Artists, Males, Sculpture
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Walling, Donovan R. – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
The popular media have made gay and lesbian individuals increasingly visible. In educational contexts, this has led to an increased recognition of gay and lesbian adults as potential role models. But it should be understood by educators that "openness" about gay and lesbian topics is largely confined to the media, and many portrayals remain…
Descriptors: Role Models, Homosexuality, Youth, High School Students
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Yuill, Richard – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
The author comments on Diederik Janssen's essay "ReQueering Queer Youth Development: A Post-Developmental Approach to Childhood and Pedagogy," commenting that Janssen's analysis can inform both both materialist and post-structuralist understandings of children's sexuality by shifting focus from children as fetishized objects or as a group…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Children, Sexuality, Empowerment
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Mizzi, Robert – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
This review examines two texts that relate to youth, sexuality, and education. The first is James Sears' "Youth, Education and Sexualities: An International Encyclopedia" (2005) and the second is "Youth and Sexualities: Pleasure, Subversion and Insubordination In and Out of Schools" (2004) edited by Mary Louise Rasmussen, Eric Rofes, and Susan…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Youth, Sexuality, Cultural Differences
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Padva, Gilad – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
This article analyzes queer representation in contemporary visual media and examines how the episode "Homer's Phobia" from Matt Groening's animation series "The Simpsons" can be used to deconstruct hetero- and homo-sexual codes of behavior, socialization, articulation, representation and visibility. The analysis is contextualized in the…
Descriptors: Visual Aids, Television, Mass Media Effects, Homosexuality
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Cosier, Kimberly – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
A teacher educator reports on an undergraduate photographer/preservice art teacher who explores issues of gender and sexual identity through her artwork, while considering how her developing identity as a teacher will intersect with a budding polyamorous, queer identity (Contains 4 figures.).
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Sexual Identity, Art Teachers, Teacher Educators
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Blackwell, Christopher W.; Kiehl, Ermalynn M. – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
This study examined registered nurses' overall attitudes and homophobia towards gays and lesbians in the workplace. Homophobia scores, represented by the Attitudes Toward Lesbians and Gay Men (ATLG) Scale, was the dependent variable. Overall homophobia scores were assessed among a randomized stratified sample of registered nurses licensed in the…
Descriptors: Structural Equation Models, Nurses, Statistical Analysis, Homosexuality
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Talburt, Susan – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
The author discusses Diederik Janssen's "Re-Queering Queer Youth Development" and how the rendering of the disciplining of childhood and the normalization of queerness places the reiteration of oppositional developmental regulatory practices in question. Talburt concurs with Janssen's suggestion for more inquiry into and theorizing about spaces,…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Sexuality, Curriculum, Instruction
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Stiegler, Sam – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
This interview-based essay explores how a teacher-training program, while ostensibly dedicated to the idea of teaching for social justice, completely neglected issues of homophobia and heterosexism. How did silence around queer issues leave a dedicated group of young, queer teachers-in-training without the academic, intellectual, or psychological…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Role Models, Sexual Orientation, Homosexuality
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Janssen, Diederik – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
Contemporary reflection on queer-radical and queer-deconstructionist curricula has only marginally included a radical deconstruction of the principle of curricula itself. This article explores this "hidden discourse" by referencing the idea of curricular subjectivity and proposes a contextualizing perspective on the politicized interplay between…
Descriptors: Children, Homosexuality, Curriculum, Teaching Methods
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Varney, Joan – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2008
This article explores how the tensions that grow out of being a researcher in my community of queer Asian Americans lead to the formulation of a different kind of ethnographic approach. A hybrid notion of identity can require and inform a hybrid or poststructural ethnographic practice. This hybridized research method draws upon theoretical strands…
Descriptors: Research Methodology, Psychiatry, Discourse Analysis, Asian Americans
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