Overcoming heterosexism and homophobia : strategies that work / edited by James T. Sears and Walter L. Williams.Material type: TextSeries: Between men--between womenPublication details: New York : Columbia University Press, c1997.Description: x, 456 p. ; 24 cmISBN:
- 305.9/06642 21
- HQ76.3.U5 O994 1997
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|Book||Stonewall Non-Fiction||HQ 76.3 OVE 1997||1||Available||960504831|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Thinking critically/intervening effectively about homophobia and heterosexism / James T. Sears -- Changing homophobic and heterosexist attitudes: an overview of persuasive communication approaches / Gust A. Yep -- Effective coming out: self-disclosure strategies to reduce sexual identity bias / Dee Bridgewater -- Multicultural perspectives on reducing heterosexism: looking for strategies that work / Walter L. Williams -- Challenging complexities: strategies with Asian Americans in Southern California against (heterosex)isms / Eric Estuar Reyes and Gust A. Yep -- Working with heterosexismo in Latino/a immigrant Los Angeles: reflections on community background, processes, and practices / Lourdes Arguelles and Manuel Fernandez -- Reducing homophobia in African American communities / Sylvia Rhue and Thom Rhue -- Homophobia and Anti-Semitism: making the links / Warren J. Blumenfeld -- A three-legged stool: PFLAG's support, education, and advocacy / Eileen Durgin-Clinchard -- Anger to advocacy: support groups for nongay spouses / Jane E. Vennard -- Using music to reduce homophobia and heterosexism / Glenda M. Russell -- Challenging representations of sexuality through story and performance / Diane DuBose Brunner -- Teaching about homophobia at a historically Black university: a role play for undergraduate students / Donald N. Mager and Robert Sulek -- "But you seem so normal!": multidimensional approaches to unlearning homophobia on a college campus / Patricia Myers and Diana Kardia -- Language in the classroom: opening conversations about lesbian and gay issues in senior high English / Paula Alida Roy -- Promoting respect for different viewpoints and ways of living to Australian high school students / Paul Van de Ven -- Sexual harassment and sexual orientation: the coaches' corner / Sue Sattel, Melissa Keyes and Pat Tupper -- Elementary school teachers: homophobia reduction in a staff development context / Rita M. Marinoble -- You can't be for children and against their families: family diversity workshops for elementary school teachers / Patricia Hulsebosch and Mari E. Koerner -- Sensitive supervisors, prepared practicum, and "queer" clients: a training model for beginning counselors / Toby Emert and Lynne Milburn -- Strategies for reducing social work students' homophobia / Elizabeth P. Cramer -- Gay and lesbian issues in U.S. medical schools: climate and curriculum / Mollie M. Wallick and Mark H. Townsend -- Educating criminal justice college students about sexual orientation, homophobia, and heterosexism / Suzanne Iasenza -- Sexual orientation training in law enforcement agencies: a preliminary review of what works / Chuck Stewart -- Changing the church: lessons learned in the struggle to reduce institutional heterosexism in the Episcopal Church / Louie Crew -- Homophobia and the U.S. Roman Catholic clergy / Robert Nugent -- Building alliances: the case of the Japanese American Citizens League endorsement of same-sex marriage / J. Craig Fong -- Thinking homo/economically / M. V. Lee Badgett -- Economic power as a means of reducing heterosexism: personal financial planning strategies / James M. Andre -- Making allies of co-workers: educating the corporate world / Brian McNaught -- Creating change: making an impact in the local news media / Robert L. Barret -- Changing gay and lesbian images in the media / Peter M. Nardi.