Special Section on LGBT Resilience Across Cultures: Introduction
This special section addresses a gap area of resilience and LGBT well-being. Although comprehensive global diversity regarding LGBT resilience was challenging to find, the special section includes representation from outside the US (Israel and Hong Kong), ethnic/racially diverse domestic populations, immigration, and one population for which LGBT identities might be considered marginalized—Christians in the US. The full range of LGBT identities are represented in the issue along with persons identifying as queer or questioning, although transgendered people were less well represented than lesbian, gay or bisexual identities.
American Journal of Community Psychology
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Beasley, Christopher; Jenkins, Richard A.; and Valenti, Maria, "Special Section on LGBT Resilience Across Cultures: Introduction" (2015). SIAS Faculty Publications. 770.
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