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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Papers, Thesis, Articles & Books

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Azzolina DS (1996). The circle always grew: folklore and gay identity, 1945-1960. Ph.D. Thesis, University Of Pennsylvania, DAI Vol. 5704A, p. 1782, 285 pages.
 
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Black D,  Gates G,  Sanders S,  Taylor L (2002). Why Do Gay Men Live in San Francisco? Journal of Urban Economics, 51(1):  54-76. (Full Text: PDF Download), IDEAL Library.
 
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Boies SC (1997). Community participation, identity development and psychological well-being in young gay men: exploring expressions of gay self-concept in community interactions. Ph.D. Thesis, The Wright Institute, DAI Vol. 58:11B, p. 6277, 131 pages.
 
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Bull SL (1998). An exploratory study of computer-initiated sexual contact in the gay community. MSW Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI Vol. 36-02, p. 640, 79 pages.
 
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Burkhart JM (1996). Investigating community structure in a lesbian community: positive and negative aspects.
 
Ph.D. Thesis, Kent State University, DAI Vol. 56-07A, 284 pages.
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Church J, Green J, Vearnals S, Keogh P (1993). Investigation of motivational and behavioural factors influencing men who have sex with other men in public toilets (cottaging). AIDS Care, 5(3), 337-46.  (A PubMed94032542)
 
abstract link with document delivery service. Paper No.
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Conerly G (1997). Policing the Boundaries: Defining Black Lesbian/Gay Identity and Community Relationships. Ph.D. Thesis, The University of Iowa, DAI Vol. 58:05A, p. 1934, 342 pages.
 
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Corey EL (1995). Social network influences on gay men’s attitudes toward gay rights, discrimination, and sexuality. Ph.D. Thesis, University Of California, Los Angeles, DAI Vol. 56:09A, p. 3761, 112 pages.
 
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Dishman JD (1997). Digital dissidents: the formation of gay communities on the internet.  M.A. Thesis, University of Southern California, MAI 35:05, 201 pages.
 
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Doyle VA (1997). Coming into site: identity, community and the production of gay space in Montreal.  M.A. Thesis, Mcgill University, MAI Vol. 37:01, p. 89, 105 pages, ISBN: 0-612-29541-9.
 
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Esparza GG (1997). All the wrong places: homophobia, self-esteem, and anonymous sex among gay men. MSW Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI Vol. 35-03, 83 pages.
 
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Esterberg KG (1992). Salience and solidarity: identity, correctness, and conformity in a lesbian community. DAI Vol. 53-04A, 298 pages.
 
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Etzkorn JP (1995). Gay identity and involvement in the gay community among African American and white gay men.  Ph.D. Thesis, The University Of Texas At Austin, DAI Vol. 56:02A, p. 461, 231 pages.
 
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Eylath GC (1997). Marching and watching: the sociological meaning of the gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender pride march (parades). Ph.D. Thesis, Brandeis University, DAI Vol. 58:04B, p. 1465, 190 pages.
 
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Fikentscher K (1996). 'You better work ': music, dance, and marginality in underground dance clubs of New York City. Ph.D. Thesis, Columbia University, DAI Vol. 56-12A, 267 pages.
 
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Gunther, Scott (2005). Alors, are we 'queer' yet? The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide, 12(3): 23-25. Full Text. Full Text.
 
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Gunther, Scott (1999). Le Marais: The Indifferent Ghetto. The Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review, 6(1): 34. Full Text. Full Text.
 
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Haag AM, and Chang FK (1997). The Impact of Electronic Networking on the Lesbian and Gay Community. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 7(3), 53-71. (A BUBL "abstract" Link.)
 
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Humphrey JC (!999). To Queer or Not to Queer a Lesbian and Gay Group? Sexual and Gendered Politics at the Turn of the Century. Sexualities, 2(2), 223-.
 
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Isaac B (1998). Lesbian Pass/ages: Invisible Lives and Issues of Community Journal of Lesbian Studies, 2(1), 49-59. (A BUBL "abstract" Link.)
 
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Jacobs C (1996). Out of the closet, into the attic: the development of services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and questioning youth. Ph.D. Thesis, The Union Institute, DAI Vol. 5703B, p. 2176, 232 pages.
 
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Klinger AM (1996). Paper uprisings: print activism in the multicultural lesbian movement.  Ph.D. Thesis, University Of California, Berkeley, DAI Vol. 57:03A, p. 1138, 261 pages.
 
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Lane C (1996). Uncertain Terms of Pleasure. Modern Fiction Studies 42(4), 807-826. (Full text online)
 
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Levy EF (1996). Reproductive Issues for Lesbians. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 5(1), 49-58. (A BUBL "abstract" Link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Lewis LA, and Ross MW (1995). The Gay Dance Party Culture in Sydney: A Qualitative Analysis. Journal of Homosexuality, 29(1), 41-70.
 
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Lord JC (1996). The universe of gay video pornography: 'the utterly confused category'. M.A. Thesis, Concordia University, MAI Vol. 35-06, 234 pages, ISBN: 0-612-18412-9.
 
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Lord KB, and Reid CA (1995). Drawing Lines in the Dirt: Rural Lesbian Communities - Models of Self-Definition and Self-Determination. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 3(4), 13-21. (A BUBL "abstract" Link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Luann L (1991) Masculine gender ideals of heterosexual and homosexual males. Ph.D. Thesis, California School of Professional Psychology, DAI Vol. 53-01B, 173 pages.
 
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Lunsing W (1996). Japanese Gay Magazines and Marriage Advertisements. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 3(3), 71-87. (A BUBL "abstract" Link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Miranda J (1996). Performing community: an analysis of discourses of community in the late Twentieth-Century United States. Ph.D. Thesis, Stanford University, DAI Vol. 56:10A, p. 3796,  217 pages.
 
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Nord D (1996). Assessing the Negative Effects of Multiple AIDS-Related Loss on the Gay Individual and Community. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 3(1), 1-34. (A BUBL "abstract" Link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Ottosdottir G (1991). The debate on lesbian sadomasochism: a discourse analysis. M.A. Thesis, Western Michigan University, MAI Vol. 30-01, 121 pages.
 
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Pryde JA, and Mech EV (1995). Empowering Lesbian and Gay Foster Adolescents Through Mentoring Relationships.  Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 2(2), 59-72. (A BUBL "abstract" Link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Renzinni CM (1995). Studying Partner Abuse in Lesbian Relationships: A Case for the Feminist Participatory Research Model. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 3(1), 29-42. (A BUBL "abstract" Link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Ross MW, Ed. (1983). Homosexuality, Masculinity, and Femininity. Haworth Press. Also published in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 9(1), 1983. Listing of paper titles &  link to abstracts from PubMed..
 
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Sandfort TGM, and Brongersma E, Eds. (1991). Male Intergenerational Intimacy, Haworth Press. Also published in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 20(1/2), 1990. Listing of paper titles &  link to abstracts from PubMed..
 
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Schluter DP (1998). Fraternity without community: social institutions in the Soviet gay world.  Ph.D. Thesis, Columbia University, DAI Vol. 59:05A, p. 1801, 301 pages.
 
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Sprecher, KM (1997). Lesbian intentional communities in rural southwestern Oregon: discussions on separatism, anvironmentalism, and community conflict. M.A. Thesis, California Institute Of Integral Studies, MAI Vol. 36:01, p. 60, 150 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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Tan ML (1995). Tita Aida and emerging communities of Gay Men:  Two studies from Metro Manila, the Philippines. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 3(3), 31-48. (A BUBL "abstract" Link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
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Thornton RT (1998). Roles of rituals and ceremonies in the lives of lesbians in developing a positive self identity and community connectedness. M.A. Thesis, University Of Lowell, MAI Vol. 36:05, p. 1406, 54 pages.
 
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Tripiano S (1997). Out of the margins: the construction of homosexuality in Spanish, German, and Italian cinema. Ph.D. Thesis, University Of Southern California, DAI Vol. 57:07A, p. 2715, 541 pages.
 
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Tweekbury R (1996).  Cruising for sex in public places: the structure and language of men's hidden, erotic worlds. Deviant Behavior: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 17, 1-19.  Selected Quotations.
 
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Valadez G. (1996). A discourse within: multicultural inclusion in the lesbian and gay community. Ed.D. Thesis, University Of San Francisco, DAI Vol. 57:04A, p. 1854,  189 pages.
 
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van Naerssen AK, Ed. (1987). Gay Life in Deutch Society.  Haworth Press. Also published in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 13(2/3), 1986. Listing of paper titles &  link to abstracts from PubMed..
 
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Wardlow DL, Ed. (1996). Gays, Lesbians, and Consumer Behavior: Theory, Practice, and Research Issues in MarketingHaworth Press. Also published in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 31(1/2), 1996.  Listing of paper titles &  link to abstracts from PubMed..
 
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Waring HR (1996). Media system dependency and identity: the development of America's gay and lesbian alternative media and the transformation of homosexuality. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Southern California, DAI Vol. 57-07A, 253 pages.
 
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Whittier DK (1997). Social Conflict Among 'gay' Men in a Smaller Southern Town. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 7(3), 53-71. (A BUBL "abstract" Link.)
ABSTRACTS/HIGHLIGHTS: Papers, Articles, & Books

Ross MW, Ed. (1983). Homosexuality, Masculinity, and FemininityHaworth Press. Also published in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 9(1), 1983. Access the full references & links to abstracts for the papers listed below by placing the following - J Homosex. AND 9 AND (1) AND 1983  - in the PubMed search window.

Paper titles:  - A comparison among three measures of social sex-role. - Psychological characteristics of bisexual, heterosexual and homosexual women. - Parental and interpersonal relationships of transsexual and masculine and feminine homosexual men. - Is the distant relationship of fathers and homosexual sons related to the sons' erotic preference for male partners, or to the sons' atypical gender identity, or to both? - Sex role stereotypes, gender identity and parental relationships in male homosexuals and heterosexuals. - Conceptions of masculinity and femininity as a basis for stereotypes of male and female homosexuals. - Femininity, masculinity, and sexual orientation: some cross-cultural comparisons. - Homosexuality and social sex roles: a re-evaluation.
 

Sandfort TGM, and Brongersma E, Eds. (1991). Male Intergenerational Intimacy: historical, socio-psychological, and legal perspectives. Haworth Press. Also published in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 20(1/2), 1990. Access the full references & links to abstracts for the papers listed below by placing the following - J Homosex. AND (1-2) AND 1990  - in the PubMed search window.

Paper titles:  -  Foreword: the debate on pedophilia. - Boys in art. The artist and his model: Ferdinand and Hector Hodler. A new approach. - Man-boy relationships: different concepts for a diversity of phenomena. - Man-boy friendships on trial: on the shift in the discourse on boy love in the early twentieth century. - The historic origins of penal statutes concerning sexual activities involving children and adolescents. - The Thera inscriptions - ritual or slander? - Objectivity and ideology: criticism of Theo Sandfort's research on man-boy sexual relations. - The study of intergenerational intimacy in North America: beyond politics and pedophilia. - Man/boy love and the American gay movement. - Understanding childhood sexualities. - Tolerance at arm's length: the Dutch experience. - A model for group counseling with male pedophiles. - Man-boy lovers: assessment, counseling, and psychotherapy. - Boy-lovers and their influence on boys: distorted research and anecdotal observations. - Pederasty among primitives: institutionalized initiation and cultic prostitution. - "The main thing is being wanted': some case studies on adult sexual experiences with children.
 

Tweekbury R (1996).  Cruising for sex in public places: the structure and language of men's hidden, erotic worlds. Deviant Behavior: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 17, 1-19.

Selected Quotation.

"Although a sizable minority (or, perhaps a slight majority) of gay men may at one time or another seek out anonymous sex in a public sex arena, this is not an activity that is commonly discussed among gay men.... All the men interviewed for this project believe that most, if not nearly all, MSMs [men who have sex with men] at one time or another cruise public sex arenas." (p. 8)

The papers gives a good general description of the nature of  cruising and homo-sex activity in public places.
 

van Naerssen AK, Ed. (1987). Gay Life in Deutch Society. Haworth Press. Also published in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 13(2/3), 1986. Access the full references & links to abstracts for the papers listed below by placing the following - J Homosex. AND (2-3) AND 1986  - in the PubMed search window.

Paper titles:  - Lesbian struggle against a pillow or a wall: a Dutch-American dialogue. - Reading about homosexuality. - Gay SM in pornography and reality. - Interdisciplinary research on homosexuality in The Netherlands. - Dutch gay emancipation history (1911-1986). - Pedophilia and the gay movement. - Homosexuality in Dutch instruction books for youths. - Constitutional protection against discrimination of homosexuals. - Wrong lovers in the 19th century Netherlands. - Lesbian emancipation in The Netherlands. - The Dutch penal law and homosexual conduct. - Theories on homosexuality among professional therapists. - A research into homosexuality in The Netherlands.
 

Wardlow DL, Ed. (1996). Gays, Lesbians, and Consumer Behavior: Theory, Practice, and Research Issues in Marketing. Haworth Press. Also published in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 31(1/2), 1996. Access the full references & links to abstracts for the papers listed below by placing the following - J Homosex. AND (1-2) AND 1996  - in the PubMed search window.

Paper titles:  -  Out of the closet and into the marketplace: meeting basic needs in the gay community. - Some comments on "Marketing to the homosexual (gay) market: a profile and strategy implications". - Marketing to the Homosexual (gay) market: a profile and strategy implications. - The social marketing of project ARIES: overcoming challenges in recruiting gay and bisexual males for HIV prevention counseling. - The effect of homosexual imagery in advertising on attitude toward the ad. - Discrimination against same-sex couples in hotel reservation policies. - "Excuse me, sir? May I help you and your boyfriend?": salespersons' differential treatment of homosexual and straight customers. - Appearance and self-presentation research in gay consumer cultures: issues and impact. - Communities, commodities, cultural space, and style. - Desire and deviate nymphos: performing inversion(s) as a lesbian consumer. - Mainstream legitimization of homosexual men through Valentine's Day gift-giving and consumption rituals. - Gift-giving among gay men: the reification of social relations. - We're here, we're queer, and we're going shopping! a critical perspective on the accommodation of gays and lesbians in the U.S. marketplace.
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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. 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, 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/links8.htm) is located.

Computer time was also supplied by Rick Reist & Glenn Lynas, and Glenn also supplied other forms of assistance.

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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