Cultural and Personally Endorsed Stereotypes of Transgender Men and Transgender Women: Notable Correspondence or Disjunction?

  title={Cultural and Personally Endorsed Stereotypes of Transgender Men and Transgender Women: Notable Correspondence or Disjunction?},
  author={Stephanie B. Gazzola and Melanie A Morrison},
  journal={International Journal of Transgenderism},
  pages={76 - 99}
ABSTRACT To date, the content of stereotypic beliefs about transgender women and men has received limited empirical scrutiny. To address this omission, 2 studies were conducted. Study 1 utilized 3 focus groups (N = 16; 7 women and 9 men), with 8 themes emerging from a thematic analysis of the data. Traits extracted from these themes, in conjunction with a comprehensive list of attributes, were then distributed to a sample of university students (Study 2: N = 274; 219 women and 55 men). For this… 
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