Transgender youth: Challenging traditional “girl-boy” activities–Implications of an exploratory study for new directions in research.
Parker (Eds.), Eastbourne, UK: Leisure Studies Association.
As an example of a true brownfields success story, the Town of Pulaski’s experience will inspire others to undertake specific steps toward developing a sustainable revitalization program for small ...
Antecedents and consequences of victimization of lesbian, gay, and bisexual young people: A structural model comparing rural university and urban samples. Presenters discussed the impact of oppression, the importance of community participatory research, the role of the practitioner-researcher who is also a member of the LGBT community, the variety of relationships developed in the absence of socially sanctioned relationships, the role of risk behavior in health maintenance, child development in families where both parents are of the same gender, the importance of qualitative methodology and limitations of the use of large data sets in which LGBT people have not been accessed or identified as such, and the vicissitudes of developing a research career in various academic environments.