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Family support and discrimination and their relationship to psychological distress and resilience amongst transgender people
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2018-11-22)
Background: Given the broader social contexts in which transgender people and their families live, the latter can be either an important source of support, or bring with them yet another source of discrimination. Although ...
Gender Differences in Cisgender Psychologists’ and Trainees’ Attitudes Toward Transgender People
(American Psychological Association, 2016)
Research that has explored the attitudes of cisgender people toward transgender people has identified gender differences, with cisgender men commonly reporting more negative attitudes than cisgender women. However, little ...
The Role of School Counsellors and Psychologists in Supporting Transgender People
(Cambridge University Press, 2016-01-11)
As growing numbers of transgender people — including students, parents, and educators — become visible within schools, so comes with this the requirement that schools ensure their full inclusion. This article suggests that ...
Exploring trans and gender diverse issues in primary education in South Australia
(Flinders University, 2016)
Executive Summary An increasing number of young children identify with a gender that differs from that normatively expected of their natally-assigned sex (e.g. Smith & Matthews, 2015; Telfer, Tollit, & Feldman, 2015). Such ...
Transgender men's self-representations of bearing children post-transition
(Demeter Press, 2013-09)
Since reports of Thomas Beatie’s pregnancy appeared in the media in 2008, the visibility of transgender men having children post-transition has increased considerably. Whilst this visibility, it may be argued, has attracted ...
Hegemonic masculinity vs. a caring masculinity: Implications for understanding primary caregiving fathers
Recently, there has been a growing interest in what is positioned as a new form of masculinity arising from the increase in fathers as primary caregivers. This new form is referred to as a “caring masculinity” and is ...
Research with children of migrant and refugee backgrounds: a review of child-centered research methods
(Springer Verlag, 2013-09-13)
This paper outlines a participatory research methodology we have found to be successful in researching the educational experiences and perceptions of children with migrant or refugee backgrounds in Australia for whom English ...
Tackling knife violence: Young men view things differently
(BMJ Publishing Group, 2011-05-11)
Gay men's experience of surrogacy clinics in India
(BMJ Publishing Group, 2014-10-29)
While growing numbers of Australian gay men are entering into ‘offshore’ surrogacy arrangements in order to become parents, little empirical research has been conducted with this population. This article reports on a ...
‘I want to bring him from the aeroplane to here’: The meaning of animals to children of refugee or migrant backgrounds resettled in Australia
Separation from animals with whom children have caring relationships can lead to considerable loss and grief, perhaps especially in the case of migration. This article reports on a thematic analysis of interviews undertaken ...