Intimate partner violence in LGBTQ lives  hbk

edited by Janice L. Ristock

Queer lives remain at the margins of most academic inquiry into domestic violence. When same-sex violence is considered, it is most commonly as an "added on," without close attention to the specificity and meaning of violence within the lives of lesbian/ gay/ bisexual/ transgender/Two-Spirit and queer people (LGBTQ). This edited volume seeks to change this discourse by bringing together the most innovative research about intimate partner violence that is specific to the lives of LGBTQ people. Including contributions based on research conducted in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia, the volume is framed around central themes: conceptualizing violence; exploring differing spaces and lived experiences of violence; and the ethical challenges of responding to violence. The contributors also consider issues of race, class, gender, sexuality and other social differences, moving beyond a simple gender lens to one involving a framework of intersectionality.

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  • 1. Introduction: Intimate Partner Violence in LGBTQ Lives Janice L. Ristock Section 1: Framings 2. Reframing the Heteronormative Constructions of Lesbian Partner Violence: An Australian Case Study Kierrynn Davis and Nel Glass 3. The Meaning of "Risk" For Intimate Partner Violence Among Women in Same-Sex Relationships Diane Hiebert-Murphy, Janice L. Ristock and Douglas A. Brownridge 4. Reflections on Approaches to Trans Anti-Violence Education Joshua Mira Goldberg and Caroline White Section 2: LGBTQ Lives 5. Exploring Emotion Work in Domestically Abusive Relationships Catherine Donovan and Marianne Hester 6. Beyond Good and Evil: The Social Construction of Violence in Intimate Gay Relationships Maurice Kwang-Lai Poon 7. Women Who Abuse their Female Intimate Partners Carrol Smith 8. Holding Tensions of Victimization and Perpetration: Partner Abuse in Trans Communities Nicola Brown 9. The Impact of Minority Stress on Gay Male Partner Abuse Jesmen Mendoza 10. I Ain't Never Been a Kid: Early Violence Exposure and Other Pathways to Partner Violence for Sexual Minority Men with HIV David W. Pantalone, Keren Lehavot, Jane M. Simoni and Karina L. Walters Section 3: Responding to Relationship Violence: An Ethical Challenge 11. Troubling Normalcy: Examining 'Healthy Relationships' Discourses in Lesbian Domestic Violence Prevention Cindy Holmes 12. Documenting the Same Sex Abuse Project, Toronto, Canada Patricia Durish 13. There's No Pride in Domestic Violence: The Same Sex Domestic Violence Interagency, Sydney, Australia Kate Duffy 14. Running Same-Sex Batterer Groups: Critical Reflections on the New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project and the Toronto David Kelley Services' Partner Assault Response Program Jesmen Mendoza and Diane R. Dolan-Soto 15. "We Are All Treaty People": An Anti-Oppressive Research Ethics of Solidarity with Aboriginal LGBTQ People Living with Partner Violence Catherine G. Taylor and Janice L. Ristock

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書名 Intimate partner violence in LGBTQ lives
著作者等 Ristock, Janice L.
Ristock Janice L.
シリーズ名 Routledge research in gender and society
巻冊次 hbk
出版元 Routledge
刊行年月 2011
ページ数 viii, 338 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 9780415998796
NCID BB0689651X
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国


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"We are all treaty people" : an anti-oppressive research ethics of solidarity with indigenous LGBTQ people living with partner violence Catherine G. Taylor, Janice L. Ristock
Beyond good and evil : the social construction of violence in intimate gay relationships Maurice Kwang-Lai Poon
Documenting the Same Sex Abuse Project, Toronto, Canada Patricia Durish
Exploring emotion work in domestically abusive relationships Catherine Donovan, Marianne Hester
Holding tensions of victimization and perpetration : partner abuse in trans communities Nicola Brown
I ain't never been a kid : early violence exposure and other pathways to partner violence for sexual minority men with HIV David W. Pantalone
Introduction: intimate partner violence in LGBTQ lives Janice L. Ristock
Reflections on approaches to trans anti-violence education Caroline White, Joshua Mira Goldberg
Reframing the heteronormative constructions of lesbian partner violence : an Australian case study Kierrynn Davis, Nel Glass
Running same-sex batterer groups : critical reflections on the New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project and the Toronto David Kelley Services' Partner Assault Response Program Diane R. Dolan-Soto, Jesmen Mendoza
The impact of minority stress on gay male partner abuse Jesmen Mendoza
The meaning of "risk" for intimate partner violence among women in same-sex relationships Diane Hiebert-Murphy, Douglas A. Brownridge, Janice L. Ristock
There's no pride in domestic violence : the same sex domestic violence interagency, Sydney, Australia Kate Duffy
Troubling normalcy : examining "healthy relationships" discourses in lesbian domestic violence prevention Cindy Holmes
Women who abuse their female intimate partners Carrol Smith