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Approaches to Research on Intersectionality: Perspectives on Gender, LGBT, and Racial/Ethnic Identities
Intersectionality theories, or the recognition of multiple interlocking identities, defined by relative sociocultural power and privilege, constitute a vital step forward in research across multipleExpand
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A Content Analysis of Literature on Trans People and Issues
This study provides a content analysis of more than a decade (2002–2012) of academic scholarship about trans people and issues. A total of 960 trans-focused publications were coded; there was a closeExpand
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Masculine gender roles and counseling-related variables : Links with and mediation by personality
The authors examined the overlap of masculine gender-role conflict and stress with personality, as organized in the 5-factor model (FFM), in a sample of 300 college men. Using a subset (n = 173) ofExpand
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Psychological Separation, Attachment Security, Vocational Self-Concept Crystallization, and Career Indecision: A Structural Equation Analysis
Structural equation modeling was used to test theoretically based models in which psychological separation and attachment security variables were related to career indecision and those relations wereExpand
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A Moderated Mediation Test of Minority Stress
In the present study, we extended minority stress theory by testing expectations of stigma, internalized heterosexism, and outness as mediators of the relations of heterosexist discrimination withExpand
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Structure of the Objectified Body Consciousness Scale: Reevaluated 20 Years later
The Objectified Body Consciousness Scale (OBCS) is a prominent measure of key constructs in the body image literature. Despite the impact and popularity of the OBCS, however, investigations of itsExpand
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Cognitive and affective expectation of stigma, coping efficacy, and psychological distress among sexual minority people of color.
  • S. Ouch, B. Moradi
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of counseling psychology
  • 30 May 2019
There is a paucity of research on the potentially distinctive functions of cognitive and affective expectation of stigma. Moreover, expectation of stigma has received limited research attention withExpand
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