Homophobia: An Overview
Psychology Press, 1984 - 198 Seiten
The largest collection of articles on homophobia published to date, this volume does much to expand the concept of homophobia as well as to discuss related research. Homophobia includes theoretical analyses of the concept of homphobia, critiques and innovations pertaining to its assessment, and its relationship to the biological sex of respondents, their self-perceived sex roles, and their etiological theories of homosexuality.
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Misconceptions of Homophobia
A FactorAnalytic Study
Cardiac Responses of Low and High
The Relationship of SelfReported SexRole Characteristics
The Relationships Among Sexual Beliefs Attitudes Experience
Changing Homophobic Attitudes Through College Sexuality
Homosexual Men and Women Who Served Their Country
An Early Plan for a Homosexual
A Bibliographic Guide to Government Hearings and Reports
Abstracts of Current Publications
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