Gender, sex, and sexuality among contemporary youth [electronic resource] : Generation Sex / edited by Patricia Neff Claster, Sampson Lee Blair
- Sociological studies of children and youth ; vol. 23
- 1, 'Dare to be Different': How Religious Groups Frame and Enact Appropriate Sexuality and Gender Norms among Young Adults; Rhys H. Williams, Courtney Ann Irby and R. Stephen Warner 2, Estimating the Status and Needs of Homeless LGBT Adolescents: Advocacy, Identity, and the Dialectics of Support; Timothy Stablein 3, The Intersex Kids Are All Right? Diagnosis Disclosure and the Experiences of Intersex Youth; Georgiann Davis and Chris Wakefield 4, Examining the Family Transition: How Parents of Gender-Diverse Youth Develop Trans-Affirming Attitudes; Krysti N. Ryan 5, Let's Talk about Sex for Money: An Exploration of Economically Motivated Relationships among Young, Black Women in Canada; Ciann Wilson and Sarah Flicker 6, Educational Attainment and Sexual Orientation in Adolescent and Young Adult Males; Mollie T. McQuillan 7, 'To Feel Him Love Me': Emerging Intersections of Identity, Queerness and Differing Ability; Rebecca G. Harvey, Paul D. Levatino and Julie A. Liefeld 8, Sexual Debut Education: Cultivating A Healthy Approach to Young People's Sexual Experiences; Yvonne Vissing 9, Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Teen Dating Violence Victims' Responses to Partner Suicidal Ideation; Jessica M. Fitzpatrick 10, Two by Two: Heteronormativity and the Noah Story for Children; Sarah M. Corse .
- This volume examines the evolving norms concerning sex, gender, and sexuality in the lives of children and adolescents addressing topics such as: the development of gender identity, sexual behavior among youth, LGBT youth, transgendered youth, parental and peer influences upon the development of gender and gender identity and dating violence.
- 9781787146136 (electronic bk.) and 1787146138 (electronic bk.)
- Description based upon print version of record.
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