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Middle Age and The Elderly: Part 2 of 3: Bibliography
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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Papers, Thesis, Articles & Books

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Adelman, M. (1991). Stigma, gay lifestyles, and adjustment to aging: A study of later-life gay men and lesbians. Journal of Homosexuality, 20(3/4), 7-32. (PubMed  information reference with document delivery service. Paper No. 91201788).
 
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Adelman, MR (1980). Adjustment to aging and styles of being gay: a study of elderly gay men and lesbians. Ph.D. Thesis, The Wright Institute, DAI Vol. 41: 02B, p. 679, 100 pages.
 
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Age Concern England (2002). Opening doors … to the needs of older lesbians, gay men and bisexuals: A one-day conference held in London in April 2002. Web Page for PDF Downloads & Related Information: - Transcripts of Presentations. - Workshops 1-10. - Workshops 11-18. - Report on Conference.
 
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Age Concern England (2001). "Opening Doors. Working with older lesbians and gay men": "In July 2001, Age Concern England published ‘Opening Doors – A Resource Pack’, which advises organisations on how to make their services more welcoming and inclusive of older lesbians, gay men and bisexuals. Topics addressed include getting to understand your client group, awareness, language and terminology, how to get started, consultation and setting up services. More recently, ahead of its Opening Doors Conference, the organisation published a supplement to the Resource Pack, 'Opening Doors: A Literature Review'. This shows particularly how older lesbians, gay men and bisexuals have remained invisible because many organisations have failed to investigate their needs." Related Information: Documents not available online.
 
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American Society on Aging, Edward R. Roybal Institute for Applied Gerontology, Cal State LA (2001). Live Long, Live Well: Health Promotion for Older Adults. Table of Contents: Full Text (HTML. Word).
 
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Apuzzo, Virginia M (2001). A Call to Action ["This call to action exposes how race, gender, class, and sexuality influence the plight of the aging in the United States."]. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 13(4), 1-11. Journal Web Page. Table of Contents. Issue Abstracts (Must Scroll).
 
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Beeler JA, Rawls TW, Herdt G, Cohler BJ. (1999).  The Needs of Older Lesbians and Gay Men in Chicago. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Studies, 9(1), 31-41.  (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Bennett KC, Thompson NL (1980).  Social and psychological functioning of the ageing male homosexual.  British Journal of Psychiatry, 137, 361-70.  (PubMed Abstract).
 
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Berger RM (1984). Realities of Gay and Lesbian Aging. Social Work, Vol. 29(1), 57-62. (ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Berger RM, Kelly JJ (2001). What Are Older Gay Men Like? An Impossible Question?  Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 13(4), 55-64. Journal Web Page. Table of Contents. Issue Abstracts (Must Scroll).
 
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Bigler, Mark O (Utah AIDS Foundation, 2000). Generational Differences Among Gay Men In the Coming Out Process, Self-Esteem, and HIV Risk. PDF Download N/A.
 
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Brotman S, Ryan B, Cormier R (2003). The Health and Social Service Needs of Gay and Lesbian Elders and Their Families in Canada. The Gerontologist 43: 192-202
 
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Brotman S, Ryan B, Cormier R (2002). Mental Health Issues of Particular Groups: Gay and Lesbian Seniors. In: "Writings in Gerontology: Mental Health and Aging (18)" (Table of Contents) Full Text.
 
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Brotman S, Ryan B, Cormier R (2002). Questions relatives à la santé mentale de certains groupes: Les aînés gais et lesbiennes. Dans: "Écrits en Gérontologie: Santé mentale et vieillissement (18)" (Table des Matières) Full Text.
 
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Brown LB, Alley GR, Sarosy S, Quarto G, Cook T (2001). Gay Men: Aging Well! Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 13(4), 41-54. Journal Web Page. Table of Contents. Issue Abstracts (Must Scroll).
 
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Butler SS,  Hope B (1999). Health and Well-Being for Late Middle-Aged and Old Lesbians in a Rural Area. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 9(4), 27-46.  (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Cahill S, South K, Spade J: NGLTF (2000). Outing Age: Public Policy Issues Affecting Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Elders. PDF Download. All NGLTF Documents. Home Page.
 
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Carlsen JT (1994). Future expectations of gay men: a qualitative analysis using kelly's personal construct theory.  PSY.D. Thesis, Chicago School Of Professional Psychology, DAI Vol. 56: 02B, p. 1125, 123 pages.
 
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Chapin R, et al. (2002). Aging and GLBT Older Person. School of Social Welfare, University of Kansas. PDF Download.
 
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Christian DV, Keefe DA (1997). Maturing Gay Men: A Framework for Social Service Assessment and Intervention. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(1), 47-70. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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City And County Of San Francisco Human Rights Commission and Aging And Adult Services Commission (Report, 2003). Aging In The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Communities. Full Text: PDF Download.
 
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Connolly L (1996). Long-Term Care and Hospice: The Special Needs of Older Gay Men and Lesbians. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 5(1), 77-91. (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Cook TC (1991). Homosexuality and aging: an exploratory study. M.S.W. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI Vol. 30: 01, p. 54, 75 pages.
 
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Coon, David (2003). Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Issues and Family Caregiving. The Family Caregiver Alliance. PDF Download.
 
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Davidson, Darcy (2001). Issues Facing Elderly Gay Men and Lesbians. PDF Download.
 
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Davis HA (1993). Coming of age: the experience of menopause for lesbian women. M.S.N. Thesis, Mgh Institute Of Health Professions, MAI Vol. 31:04, p. 1761, 95 pages.
 
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Deevey S (1992). Older lesbian women. An invisible minority. Journal of Gerontology Nursing, 16(5), 35-9. (PubMed  Abstract).

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Deevey S (1988). Health-seeking behaviors in an invisible minority: lesbian women over 50. M.S. Thesis, The Ohio State University College Of Nursing, MAI Vol. 27:01, p. 92, 137 pages.
 
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Desdin R (1983). Intergenerational male homosexual couples: an examination of sex role ascription, attitudes toward men's and women's roles and sex role behaviors. Ph.D. Thesis, Oklahoma State University, DAI Vol. 45:06B, p. 1910, 70 pages.
 
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Dibble SL, Roberts SA (2003). Improving cancer screening among lesbians over 50: results of a pilot study. Oncology Nursing Forum, 30(4) :E71-9. PubMed Abstract.
 
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Donovan< Tina (2001). Being Transgender and Older: A First Person Account. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 13(4), 19-22. Journal Web Page. Table of Contents. Issue Abstracts (Must Scroll).
 
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Dulaney DD, Kelly J (1982). Improving Services to Gay and Lesbian Clients. Social Work, 27(2), 178-83. (ERIC in "abstract" link.)
 
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Dworkin SH, Gutierrez FJ, Eds. (1992). Counseling Gay Men & Lesbians: Journey to the End of the Rainbow.
 
American Counseling Association, Alexandria, VA. (ERIC in "abstract" link.)
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Fitzpatrick, Tanya R (2000). Sexuality and Aging: A Timely Addition to the Gerontology Curriculum. Educational Gerontology, 26(5): 427-46. (ERIC in "abstract" link.)
 
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Fox BB (1982). The older lesbian: the invisible woman. Ph.D. Thesis, The Fielding Institute, DAI Vol. 46:06B, p. 2061, 283 pages.
 
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Friend RA (1987). The individual and social psychology of aging: clinical implications for lesbians and gay men. Journal of Homosexuality, 14(1-2), 307-31. (PubMed Abstract).
 
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Fusco JM (1993). How gay men at midlife achieved generativity through selfobject relationships. PSY.D. Thesis, Chicago School Of Professional Psychology, DAI Vol. 55:02B, p. 589, A194 pages.
 
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Goldfarb J (1985). Attitudes of gay and heterosexual men toward aging. Ph.D. Thesis, California School Of Professional Psychology - Los Angeles, DAI Vol. 46:11B, p. 3999, 177 pages.
 
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Gray H, Dressel P (1985). Alternative Interpretations of Aging among Gay Males. Gerontologist Vol. 25(1), 83-87. (Article availability given in ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Arnold H. Grossman AH, D'Augelli AR, O'Connell TS (2001). Being Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and 60 or Older in North America. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 13(4), 23-40. Journal Web Page. Table of Contents. Issue Abstracts (Must Scroll).
 
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Hamburger LJ (1997). The Wisdom of Non-Hetrosexually Based Senior Housing and Related Services. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(1), 11-24. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Harrison, Jo (2003).Becoming Visible: Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex ageing in Australia. PDF Download.
 
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Harrison, Jo (2002). What are you really afraid of? Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex ageing, ageism, and activism. (Jo Harrison is a PhD candidate in the Health Sciences - Gerontology - program at the University of South Australia, Adelaide.) PDF Download.
 
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Hash K, Cramer EP (2003). Empowering Gay and Lesbian Caregivers and Uncovering Their Unique Experiences Through the Use of Qualitative Methods. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 15(1): 47-63. Journal Web PageAbstracts (Must Scroll).
 
with link to
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Hash, Khristina (2001). Caregiving and Post-caregiving Experiences of Midlife and Older Gay Men and Lesbians. Ph.D. Dissertation, School of Social Work, Virginia Commonwealth University. - Webpage for PDF Downloads: - Signature page, Dedication, Acknowledgements, Table of Contents. - Abstract. - Introduction. - Literature Review. - Methodology. - Findings. - Implications. - References, Appendix, Vita.
 
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Hash, Khristina (2001). Preliminary Study of Caregiving and Post-Caregiving Experiences of Older Gay Men and Lesbians. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 13(4), 87-94. Journal Web Page. Table of Contents. Issue Abstracts (Must Scroll).
 
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Holliger VH (1992).  Retirement housing preferences of the homosexual elderly. M.S. Thesis, San Jose State University, MAI Vol. 31:01, p. 274, 52 pages.
 
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Icard LD (1996). Assessing the Psychosocial Well-Being of African American Gays: A Multidimensional Perspective. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 5(2/3),  25-46. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Isikoff JG (1983). Locus of control and life satisfaction in aged homosexual men. PH.D. Thesis, California School of Professional Psychology, DAI, Vol. 43-11B, p. 3733, 153 pages.
 
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Jacobs RJ, Rasmussen LA, Hohman MM (1999). The Social Support Needs of Older Lesbians, Gay Men, and Bisexuals. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Studies, 9(1), 1-30. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Jacobson S (1995). Methodological Issues in Research on Older Lesbians. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 3(1), 43-56. (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Jones, Billy E (2001). Is Having the Luck of Growing Old in the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Community Good or Bad Luck? Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 13(4), 13-14. Journal Web Page. Table of Contents. Issue Abstracts (Must Scroll).
 
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Kanapaux, William (2003). Homosexual Seniors Face Stigma. Geriatric Times. November/December, 4(6). Full Text.
 
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Kehoe M (1988). Lesbians over 60 speak for themselves.  Journal of Homosexuality, 16(3-4), 1-111. (PubMed  Abstract).

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Kertzner R (1997). Entering Midlife: Gay Men, HIV, and the Future. Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, 1(2), 87-96.
 
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Keehoe M, Ed. (1986). Lesbians over 60 Speak for Themselves. Haworth Press, New York. Also published in Journal of Homosexuality, 16(3/4). Titles of Papers and PubMed reference links.
 
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Keehoe M (1986). Lesbians over 65: a triply invisible minority. Journal of Homosexuality, 12(3/4), 139-52  (PubMed
 
Abstract).
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Kimmel, Douglas C. (1978). Adult Development and Aging: A Gay Perspective. Journal of Social Issues, 34(3), 113-30.  (Document availability given by ERIC in "abstract" link.)
 
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Kitchen, Gary (2003). Social Care Needs Of Older Gay Men and Lesbians On Merseyside. Ad4design Ltd. Full Text (Word 97 Download).
 
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Kochman A (1997). Gay and Lesbian Elderly: Historical Overview and Implications for Social Work Practice. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(1), 1-9. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Kooden H (1997). Successful Aging in the Middle-Aged Gay Man: A Contribution to Developmental Theory. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(3), 21-40. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Laibe MJ (1998). Factors that contribute to or detract from self-actualization in a selected group of adult men 45 and over. Ph.D. Thesis, The Fielding Institute, DAI Vol. 58:12A, p. 4825, 167 pages.
 
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Laner MR (1997). Growing Older Female: Heterosexual and Homosexual. Journal of Lesbian Studies, Vol. 1(1), 87-94. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Lee JA (1991). Gay Midlife and maturity. Haworth Press. New York. Also published in Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 20(3/4). Titles of Papers and PubMed reference links.
 
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Lee Ja (1987). What can homosexual aging studies contribute to theories of aging? Journal of Homosexuality, 13(4), 43-71.  (PubMed Abstract).
 
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LGBT Aging Project (Boston, '2002'). Creating Welcoming Environments for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Elders. Full Text. LGBT Aging Project Home Page.
 
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Mcleod B (1997). Yvonne and Helen: Finding a Way to Trust. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(1), 105-107. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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McMahon E (2003). The older homosexual: current concepts of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender older Americans. Clinics in Geriatric Medicine, 19(3): 587-93. PubMed Abstract.
 
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Doneley Meris, Doneley (2001). Responding to the Mental Health and Grief Concerns of Homeless HIV-Infected Gay Men. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 13(4), 103-111. Journal Web Page. Table of Contents. Issue Abstracts (Must Scroll).

Hash, Khristina (2001). Preliminary Study of Caregiving and Post-Caregiving Experiences of Older Gay Men and Lesbians. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 13(4), 87-94. Journal Web Page. Table of Contents. Issue Abstracts (Must Scroll).
 
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Metz P (1997). Staff Development for Working with Lesbian and Gay Elders. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(1), 35-44. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Michel, Sonya (2003). The benefits of race, gender, and sexuality: old-age security in the u.s. public-private welfare state. Paper to be presented at the Sawyer Seminar, University of Virginia March 28, 2003. PDF Download.
 
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Steven E. Mock, Steven E (2001). Retirement Intentions of Same-Sex Couples, Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 13(4), 81-86. Journal Web Page. Table of Contents. Issue Abstracts (Must Scroll).
 
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Nash JP (1990). Stress, ego identity, and the disclosure of a homosexual orientation among midlife transition male religious professionals in the Roman Catholic Church. Ph.D. Thesis, Pacific Graduate School Of Psychology, DAI Vol. 52:03B, p. 1731, 258 pages.
 
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O'Leary MA (1997). Redefining sexuality at midlife: the coming out process for women over 35. Ph.D. Thesis, Georgia State University, DAI Vol. 58:02A, p. 391, 253 pages.
 
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Ossenbeck TJ (1988). The best friend relationship, psychological well-being, and loneliness in two groups of elderly retired men. Ph.D. Thesis, California School Of Professional Psychology - Berkeley/Alameda, DAI Vol. 49:07B, p. 2868, 144 pages.
 
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Peacock JR (1990). Voices which dared not speak: an older cohort's perception of social change and individual development among gay males. M.G.S. Thesis, Miami University, MAI Vol. 28:04, p. 520, 193 pages.
 
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Pearson CL (1991). The self-perceived psychosocial needs of older gay men with ARC or AIDS. M.S.W. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI Vol. 29:04, p. 589, 74 pages.
 
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Maree Porter M, Russell C, Sullivan G (2003). Gay, Old, and Poor: Service Delivery to Aging Gay Men in Inner City Sydney, Australia. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 16(2): 43-57. Journal Web Page with link to Abstracts
 
(Must Scroll).
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Porter RC (1991). An exploratory study: social support networks of elderly gay men.  M.S.W. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI Vol. 29:04, p. 590, 76 pages.
 
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Quam JK (1997). The Story of Carrie and Anne: Long-Term Care Crisis. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(1), 97-99. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Quam JK (1996).   Social Services for Older Gay Men and Lesbians. Haworth Press. Also published in The Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 6(1). Titles of papers and BUBL abstract link.
 
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Quam JK, Whitford GS (1992). Adaptation and Age-Related Expectations of Older Gay and Lesbian Adults. The Gerontologist, 32 (3): 367-374. Full Text. (ERIC "abstract" link. Alternate "abstract" link.)
 
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Quarto JG (1996). Aging in the midst of aids: perspectives on the elderly gay male in the 1990s. M.S.W. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI Vol. 34:06, p. 2245, 74 pages.
 
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Riskin SS (1994). The relationship between ageism and homophobia among social workers. M.S.W. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI Vol. 33:01, p. 98, 91 pages.
 
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Royal College of Nursing and UNISON (2004). Not ‘just’ a friend: Best practice guidance on health care for lesbian, gay and bisexual service users and their families. PDF Download.
 
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Sarosy SG Jr (1996). Pink and gray: an exploratory study on gay men and aging. M.S.W. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI Vol. 34:06, p. 2246, 74 pages.
 
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Shannon JW, Woods, WJ (1991). Affirmative Psychotherapy for Gay Men. Counseling Psychologist, 19(2), 197-215. (Article availability given in ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Shenk D, Fullmer E (1996). Significant Relationships Among Older women: Cultural and Personal Constructions of Lesbianism. Journal of Women and Aging, Vol. 8(3/4), 75-88.  (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Sitter K (1997). Jim: Coming Out at Aged Sixty-Two, Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(1), 101-104. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Slusher MP, et. al (1996). Gays and Lesbians Older and Wiser (GLOW): A Support Group for Older Gay People. Gerontologist, Vol. 36(1), 118-23. (Document availability given by ERIC in "abstract" link.)
 
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Stullman ME (1985). Paths to lesbian identity formation in later life: an adult developmental study. Ph.D. Thesis, California School Of Professional Psychology - Berkeley/Alameda, DAI Vol. 46:04B, p. 1348, 261 pages.
 
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Sweeney VE (1995). The social support networks of older lesbians: a creative response. M.A. Thesis, Acadia University, MAI Vol. 34:03, p. 1015, 157 pages, ISBN: 0-612-04628-1.
 
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White H (1995). Lesbian Leaping Out of the Intergenerational Contract:  Issues of aging in Australia. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 3(3), 109-127. (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Wahler J, Gabbay SG (1997). Gay Male Aging: A Review Of The Literature. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(3), 1-17. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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White H (1995). Lesbian Leaping Out of the Intergenerational Contract:  Issues of aging in Australia. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 3(3), 109-127. (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Whitford GS (1997). Realities and Hopes for Older Gay Males. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(1), 79-99. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Yoakam, John R (2001). Gods or Monsters: A Critique of Representations in Film and Literature of Relationships Between Older Gay Men and Younger Men. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 13(4), 65-80. Journal Web Page. Table of Contents. Issue Abstracts (Must Scroll).
 
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Yandell J (1994). Housing preferences of the older gay and lesbian. M.S. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI Vol. 33:03, p. 786, 61 pages.
 
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Yoakmam J (1997). Playing BINGO with the best of Them: Community Initiated Programs for Older Gay and Lesbian Adults. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(1), 27-34. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)

ABSTRACTS/HIGHLIGHTS: Papers, Articles, & Books

Quam JK (1996).   Social Services for Older Gay Men and Lesbians. Haworth Press. Also published in The Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 6(1).

Titles of papers and BUBL abstract link:Gay and Lesbian Elderly: Historical Overview and Implications for Social Work Practice. - The Wisdom of Non-Hetrosexually Based Senior Housing and Related Services. - Playing BINGO with the best of Them: Community Initiated Programs for Older Gay and Lesbian Adults. - Staff Development for Working with Lesbian and Gay Elders. - Maturing Gay Men: A Framework for Social Service Assessment and Intervention. - Realities and Hopes for Older Gay Males. - The Story of Carrie and Anne: Long-Term Care Crisis. - Jim: Coming Out at Aged Sixty-Two. - Yvonne and Helen: Finding a Way to Trust.

Lee JA (1991).Gay Midlife and maturity. Haworth Press. New York. Also published in Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 20(3/4).

Titles of Papers and PubMed reference links. Older lesbian and gay people: a theory of successful aging. - Being there: a support network of lesbian women.- Lavender and gray: a brief survey of lesbian and gay aging studies. - Stigma, gay lifestyles, and adjustment to aging: a study of later-life gay men and lesbians. - Accelerated aging and male homosexuality: Australian evidence in a continuing debate. - Through the looking glass: life after Isherwood - a conversation with Don Bachardy. - Sappho and the crack of dawn (fragment 58 L-P). - The impact of age on paid sexual encounters. - Social exchanges between older and younger gay male partners. - Sexual attitudes and behavior in midlife and aging homosexual males. - Can we talk? Can we really talk? Communication as a key factor in the maturing homosexual couple. - Loneliness and the aging homosexual: is pet therapy an answer? - Natives and settlers: an ethnographic note on early interaction of older homosexual men with younger gay liberationists. Access paper titles and references via PubMed's Medline. Place this information - J Homosex 1990;20 aging - in SEARCH window.

Keehoe M, Ed. (1986). Lesbians over 60 Speak for Themselves. Haworth Press, New York. Also published in Journal of Homosexuality, 16(3/4). Access paper titles and references via PubMed's Medline. Place this information - J Homosex 1987;16 aging - in SEARCH window.
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  The development of these GLBT information web pages were made possible through the collaboration of Richard Ramsay (Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary) and Pierre Tremblay (independent researcher, writer, and GLBT children and youth advocate) who both recognize that often needed social changes occur as the result of knowledge availability and dissemination. Their presence at this European Gay / Bisexual Male Youth Suicidality web site was made possibible with the collaboration of Dr. Chris Bagley, Department of Social Work Studies, University of Southampton.

Graphics are compliments of Websight West. The Synergy Centre donated computer/Internet time to facilitate the construction of this GLBT information site. Both are owned by a Chris Hooymans, a friend, and former publisher of a gay & lesbian magazine in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

  The development of these GLBT information web pages were made possible through the collaboration of Richard Ramsay (Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary) and Pierre Tremblay (independent researcher, writer, and GLBT children and youth advocate) who both recognize that often needed social changes occur as the result of knowledge availability and dissemination. Additional Information at: Warning, Acknowledgments, Authors.

These GLBTQ Info-Pages were located at the University of Southampton from 2000 to 2003, this being the result of a collaboration with Dr. Chris Bagley, Department of Social Work Studies, University of Southampton.

Graphics are compliments of Websight West. The Synergy Centre donated computer/Internet time to facilitate the construction of this GLBT information site. Both are owned by a Chris Hooymans, a friend, and former publisher of a gay & lesbian magazine in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Chris continues to offer his expertise whenever needed and he has supplied, free of charge to 2011, the hosting of the site - Youth Suicide Problems: A Gay / Bisexual Male Focus - where a smaller - GLBTQ Education Section - and the Internet Resource Page for this subject (http://www.youth-suicide.com/gay-bisexual/links9a.htm) is located.

Many thanks to Wendy Stephens from The Department of Communications Media, University of Calgary.  She communicated with publishers of many academic journals (an ongoing time-consuming process) for permission to reproduce abstracts from papers and studies on these GLBT information web pages.

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