Lesbianism: An Annotated Bibliography and Guide to the Literature, 1976-1986
Including more than five hundred abstracts, this updated, revised edition of the base volume, selected as a Choice Outstanding Academic Book for 1988-1989 ("Elegantly argued and eloquently written"), presents a comprehensive annotated bibliography of published and unpublished social science material, theses, journal articles, and books on lesbianism written between 1976 and 1991 in the fields of social work, psychology, sociology, social psychology, anthropology, medicine, law, gender studies, literature, and history. A new introduction studies trends in the literature on lesbians as well as in the lesbian (and gay) movement, and a review of the literature divides it according to various topics. The final analytical essay explores the theme of similarity and difference within a community of sameness, as well as between the heterosexual and lesbian cultures.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
An Overview of the Findings
Beyond the Findings
8 other sections not shown
abuse adolescents ageism aging AIDS American article discusses article examines article explores artificial insemination attitudes author discusses author examines battering behavior child custody children of lesbians classism concerning coping counseling counselors culture Darty difference differently-abled Family Therapy fear feminism feminist findings show gay and lesbian gay rights gay youth gay/lesbian Harrington Park heterosexual heterosexual mothers homophobia individual lesbian insemination internalized isolation Journal of Homosexuality lack lesbian alcoholic lesbian and gay lesbian clients lesbian community lesbian couples lesbian family lesbian identity lesbian mothers lesbian relationships lesbian women lesbian youth lifestyle Loulan lover mental health minority motherhood non-lesbian older lesbians one's oppression parents partner percent perspective political population Press problem professionals psychological Psychotherapy role models runaway youth San Francisco self-esteem sexism social constructionism social workers stigma stress support groups theory therapeutic therapists treatment violence woman Women & Therapy York