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Under the Rainbow: A Primer on Queer Issues in Canada by
Call Number: HQ 76.3 C3 A93 2013
Publication Date: 2013
Jeanette A. Auger is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Acadia University, Nova Scotia.
Kate Krug is an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at Cape Breton University.
Table of Contents:
Under the Rainbow: A Primer on Queer Issues in Canada
A Social History of Lesbians and Gay Men
The Quest for Queer Quebec: GLBTQ Studies in Montreal (Ross Higgins)
Legal and Political Aspects of Being Queer in Canada
Social Constructions of Sexual Identities
Queerly Familiar: Exploring the Practices and Processes of GLBTQ Families
Queering the Life-Course: Lesbian and Gay Youth
The Role of Education in Teaching for Diversity (Valda Leighteizer)
The Elephant in the Locker Room: Homophobia and Sexualized Normativity in Canadian Sport (Dayna B. Daniels & Judy Davidson)
Health and Well-Being in the Rainbow Community
Queering the Life-Course: The Special Needs of Older Lesbians and Gay Men
Queering the Life-Course: End-of-Life Decisions of Lesbians and Gay Men