Heterosexism in Context: Qualitative Interaction Effects of Co-Cultural Responses

@article{Camara2012HeterosexismIC,
  title={Heterosexism in Context: Qualitative Interaction Effects of Co-Cultural Responses},
  author={Sakile Kai Camara and Amy Katznelson and Jenny Hildebrandt-Sterling and Todd Parker},
  journal={Howard Journal of Communications},
  year={2012},
  volume={23},
  pages={312 - 331}
}
This qualitative content analysis explores how lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals respond to acts of heterosexism in a variety of contexts. This study examines 96 stories of sexual discrimination using a co-cultural theoretical frame of analysis. Specifically, the focus is on identifying the co-cultural communication orientations and practices that are enacted to discern if these strategies vary based on the situational context and type of relationship between interactants. Following are… Expand
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