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Using Intersectionality Responsibly: Toward Critical Epistemology, Structural Analysis, and Social Justice Activism
These guidelines call for expanding the use of intersectionality toward fuller engagement with its roots in Black feminist thought, its current interdisciplinary richness and potential, and its central aims to challenge and transform structures and systems of power, privilege, and oppression. Expand
Teaching graphic novels: practical strategies for the secondary ELA classroom, by Kate Monnin
It is unfortunate that this book’s small format and black-and-white printing preclude showing these highly detailed halfand full-page cartoons, teeming with streetwise characters and dense withExpand
Development and initial validation of The Sexual Orientation Beliefs Scale (SOBS).
The Sexual Orientation Beliefs Scale (SOBS) is offered as a multidimensional instrument with which to assess a broad range of beliefs about SO, which evidence suggests are highly correlated with positive and negative attitudes about sexual minorities. Expand
Beyond "born this way?" reconsidering sexual orientation beliefs and attitudes.
It is found that college students fell into distinct patterns of SO beliefs that are more different on beliefs about the homogeneity, discreteness, and informativeness of SO categories than on beliefsabout the naturalness of SO. Expand
Intersections and Configurations
  • P. Grzanka
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Archives of sexual behavior
  • 1 April 2016
‘‘Intersectionality matters for SCT’’ and it is suggested that the phenomenology of sexual configurations may vary meaningfully across racial/ethnic groups and across age, nationalities, physical ability/disability, social class, andother salient identity categories or ‘“axes”’ of social inequality. Expand
Intersectionality research in counseling psychology.
This article introduces the special section on intersectionality research in counseling psychology by highlighting the persistent weaknesses in how much research published in leading counseling psychology journals has tended to use intersectionality as a way to talk about multiple identities, rather than as a framework for critiquing systemic, intersecting forms of oppression and privilege. Expand
Toward a queer music therapy: The implications of queer theory for radically inclusive music therapy
Abstract Interest in music therapy with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) individuals has increased in the last decade, and the distinctive needs of the community have beenExpand
Queer youth suicide and the psychopolitics of “It Gets Better”
This article investigates a mass-mediated campaign against a perceived increase in suicides among gay (or presumed-to-be-gay) youth in the USA since September 2010. “It Gets Better” (IGB) became aExpand