Gay and lesbian issues and psychology review
GLIP review aims to encourage research that challenges the stereotypes and assumptions of pathology that have often inhered to research on lesbians and gay men (amongst others). The aim of the review is thus to facilitate discussion over the direction of lesbian and gay psychology in Australia, and to provide a forum within which academics, practitioners and lay people may publish.
The Review is open to a broad range of material, and especially welcomes research, commentary and reviews that critically evaluate the status quo in regards to LGBTI issues. The Review also seeks papers that redress the imbalance that has thus far focused on the issues facing white lesbians and gay men, to the exclusion of other sexual and racial minority groups.
The Review is a fully peer-reviewed publication.
Utgiver: Gay and Lesbian Issues and Psychology (GLIP) Interest Group of the Australian Psychological Society
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