Content Analysis of Literature About LGB People of Color: 1998-2007

@article{Huang2010ContentAO,
  title={Content Analysis of Literature About LGB People of Color: 1998-2007},
  author={Y. Huang and M. E. Brewster and B. Moradi and M. Goodman and M. C. Wiseman and Annelise Martin},
  journal={The Counseling Psychologist},
  year={2010},
  volume={38},
  pages={363 - 396}
}
  • Y. Huang, M. E. Brewster, +3 authors Annelise Martin
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology
  • The Counseling Psychologist
  • This study provides a content analysis of the past decade (1998-2007) of psychological scholarship about lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) people of color. Findings revealed that literature about LGB people of color is growing. But, findings also highlighted underused methods, underrepresented subpopulations, and understudied topics in the scholarship about LGB people of color. In addition, divergence found between the topics of focus represented in empirical and nonempirical literature… CONTINUE READING
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