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The Routledge Handbook of LGBTQIA Administration and Policy

1st Edition

Edited by Wallace Swan

Routledge

408 pages | 10 B/W Illus.

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pub: 2018-10-29
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The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual, and Allies community (abbreviated LGBTQIA or "LGBT") is responding to a radically changed social and political environment. While a host of books have analyzed legal dimensions of LGBT public policy, this authoritative Routledge handbook is the first to utilize up-to-the-minute empirical data to examine and unpick the corrosive "post-factual" changes undermining LGBT public policy development. Taking an innovative look at a wide range of social and policy issues of broad interest—including homelessness, transgender rights, healthcare, immigration, substance abuse, caring for senior members of the community, sexual education, resilience, and international policy—through contributions from established scholars and rising stars, this comprehensive and cutting-edge volume will be a landmark reference work on LGBT administration and policy for decades to come.

Table of Contents

Preface

[Wallace Swan]

1. Understanding What is Happening to LGBTQIA Public Policy in the New Federal Administration

[Wallace Swan]

Part 1. Demographics

2. Demographic Characteristics of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Adults in the United States: Evidence from the 2015-2017 Gallup Daily Tracking Survey

[Kerith Conron and Shoshana Goldberg]

Part 2. Social, Attitudinal and Technological Change

3. Equality, Inequality, Technological, Social Change and Politics

[Wallace Swan]

Part 3. Life in Our Communities

4. Bisexuals at the White House: Federal to Local Public Policy Advocacy

[Heron Greenesmith]

5. The Current State of Transgender in America

[Denise Sudbeck]

6. Transgender in America: Bathroom Policy and Beyond

[Michael Pivec, Sarah Fischer, Emily Scharber, and Alex Herr]

7. Openly Transgender Candidate Perspectives on Gender in Social Policy

[Paula Overby]

8. Intersex Employees and Federal Public Policy

[Daniel Dunchack]

Part 4. Health and Social Issues

9. The Minnesota LGBTQ Standards of Inclusion for Health and Human Services

[John Parker-Der Boghossian]

10. Advancing LGBT Health via local public health surveillance and policy: Hennepin County SHAPE project

[Yingmei Ding, Jacob Maxon, and David Johnson]

11. Glitter, Smoke and Mirrors: Tobacco Marketing in LGBTQ Spaces

[Gabriel Glissmeyer, Adam Kintopf, Betsy Brock, and Laura Henry]

12. Queer and Quitting: Addressing Tobacco Use as an LGBTQ Issue

[Mara Aussendorf, Jamie Magee, Adrian Shanker, and Jeff Turner]

13. Communities at Risk: Substance Use Disorders in LGBTQ Populations

[Kate Lehmann]

14. Hiding the Obvious in America

[Wallace Swan]

Part 5. Immigration Issues

15. Seeking Safe Haven: LGBTQ People and the American Immigration Experience

[Trina Olson and Marco Quiroga]

Part 6. Youth

16. Inspiring and Nurturing LGBTQI Youth

[Dallas Drake and Melissa Matuszak]

17. Promoting LGBTQIA+ Inclusion and Equity: A Focus on Higher Education with Applicability to Government and Non-Profit Sectors

[Michael Grewe]

18. Opportunities for Strengthening the Mentorship of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Pre-Med Students, Medical Trainees, and Health Care Professionals

[Jeffrey Wong]

Part 7. LGBTQIA Adults and Seniors

19. LGBT Adult and Senior Homelessness is Hidden in Plain Sight

[Wallace Swan]

20. Gay and Gray: Policy in a Rapidly Aging Community

[Rajean Moone, Jane Danner, and Robert Rodè]

Part 8. LGBTQ Criminal Justice Issues

21. Hate Crimes and Homicide

[Dallas Drake and Jeffrey Mathwig]

22. Incarceration of LGBTQ People

[Dallas Drake]

Part 9. Support of Community Organizations

23. Same-Sex Couples and Single LGBT People: A Dilemma

[Wallace Swan]

24. Reduction in LGBTQIA Non-Profit Contributions: Leading to Mergers and Acquisitions

[Joann M. Usher]

Part 10. Where Does the LGBTQIA Community Go From Here?

25. The LGBT Demographics Battle Shows that Allies are Essential

[Wallace Swan]

26. Challenges and Opportunities for the LGBTQ Community at the State and Local Levels

[Christopher Surfus]

27. LGBT Business and Workplace Equality: A Community Imperative

[Wallace Swan]

28. Ally Training: A Model for Collaboration

[Sean McCandless and Jennifer Hooker]

Part 11. National and International Issues Interrelated

29. From Rights to People: Shifting the Focus of LGBT Advocacy

[Andrew Park]

Part 12. Conclusion

30. Building Allies: Resisting Oligarchy, Populism, Militarism, Authoritarianism and Economic Nationalism

[Wallace Swan]

About the Editor

Wallace Swan is Contributing Faculty Member at Walden University, USA and Adjunct Instructor at Hamline University, USA.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL000000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General
POL004000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Freedom & Security / Civil Rights
POL017000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Affairs & Administration
POL029000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Social Policy