Imagining transgender -- Making community -- "I know what I am" : gender, sexuality, and identity -- The making of a field : anthropology and transgender studies -- The logic of inclusion : transgender activism -- The calculus of pain : violence, narrative, and the self -- Conclusion: making ethnography.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -297) and index.
Introduction: how to read and use this book; Part I. History, contexts and debates in LGBTQ psychology: 1. Introducing LGBTQ psychology; 2. Key debates and perspectives; 3. Doing LGBTQ psychological research; Part II. Understanding social marginalisation in LGBTQ lives: 4. Diversity; 5. Prejudice and discrimination; 6. Health; Part III. LGBTQ experiences across the lifespan: 7. Young people, coming out and identity development; 8. Relationships; 9. Parenting and family; 10. Ageing and old age; Conclusion: 11. The future of LGBTQ psychology; Glossary.
Introduction: transpeople and the problem of re/action -- Repudiation and transphobia: concepts, theory and experience -- Social repudiation -- The political repudiations of trans subjectivity -- Talking back: historicizing the repudiation of transsexualism -- Adlerian theory -- Conclusion: the gendered and trans/gendered self.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -237) and index.