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    題名: Power dynamics in an experimental game
    作者: Pratto, F
    Pearson, A. R.
    Lee, I (李怡青)
    Saguy, T.,
    貢獻者: 政大心理系
    關鍵詞: Power
    Group dynamics
    Experimental games
    日期: 2008-09
    上傳時間: 2011-09-27 11:00:51 (UTC+8)
    摘要: Social science research has contributed to the destigmatization of homosexuality which, in turn, has affected the topics researchers choose to study. We examined psychological
    research that focused on lesbians and bisexual women from 1975 to 2001 to determine if the frequency and content of this research reflect the increasingly positive view of sexual minorities in society. The results indicate that non-heterosexual people were included in
    less than 1 percent of published research, and lesbians and bisexual women were
    significantly less likely to be studied than gay and bisexual men. Content analysis of 533
    abstracts followed by cluster analysis of 520 abstracts revealed four conceptual frameworks that characterized this body of research: Gender Identity, Attitudes towards
    Lesbians, Lesbians as Problems, and Life in Heterosexist Society. Together, changes over
    time in the quantity and emphasis of research shed light on how lesbianism and bisexuality have been constructed in psychological studies and highlight the politics of lesbian–bisexual visibility.
    關聯: Social Justice Research, Vol.21, No.3
    資料來源: http://www.springerlink.com/content/aj373121pu853543/
    資料類型: article
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