A Content Analysis of Literature on Trans People and Issues

@article{Moradi2016ACA,
  title={A Content Analysis of Literature on Trans People and Issues},
  author={Bonnie Moradi and Elliot A Tebbe and M. Brewster and Stephanie L Budge and Alex Lenzen and Engin A. Ege and Elena Schuch and Sarah Arango and Nicholas Angelone and Eli Mender and Dylan L. Hiner and K. Huscher and Jackson Kai Painter and Mirella J. Flores},
  journal={The Counseling Psychologist},
  year={2016},
  volume={44},
  pages={960 - 995}
}
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 close balance of nonempirical (54%) and empirical (46%) publications. The analyses revealed that the literature on trans people and issues is growing, although many publications include trans people and issues nominally without substantive attention. The analyses also pointed to underutilized research… Expand
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