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Queer Victimology

Understanding the Victim Experience
Routledge (Verlag)
Erschienen am 8. September 2023
198 Seiten
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978-1-000-95719-8 (ISBN)
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* Gives readers insight into queer victimization and the experiences of LGBTQIA individuals as victims * Uses creative works to give voice to those who have often been voiceless * The first academic book to look exclusively at queer victimology and victims * Written in an accessible way for students, scholars, and people in the community
'This volume brings together some of the most significant work on the diverse victimization experiences of queer people by leading researchers in the field. It is an essential resource for academics and students; practitioners, advocates, and policy makers; legal, social service, and health care professionals; and anyone who wishes to understand victimology through an intersectional lens.'

Claire M. Renzetti, Judi Conway Patton Endowed Chair for Studies of Violence Against Women and Professor of Sociology, University of Kentucky
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5 Tables, black and white; 2 Line drawings, black and white; 2 Illustrations, black and white
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Shelly Clevenger is Chair of the new Department of Victim Studies at Sam Houston State University. She received her Ph.D., M.A., and B.A. in Criminology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Shamika Kelley is a forensic DNA expert who provides reports, technical reviews, and expert testimony in criminal cases, and implements a structured research agenda focusing on the needs of crime victims and criminal justice stakeholders to enhance victim support and case processing.

Kathleen Ratajczak is an assistant professor in the Department of Victim Studies at Sam Houston State University.
Section One: Queer Victimology and Types of Victimization 1.Taking Stock of Queer Victimology Emily Lenning and Sara Brightman 2.A Cautionary Tale Rahul Sinha Roy 3.LGBTQA+ Hate Crime Victimization Zachary T. Malcom and Kristin M. Lloyd 4.LGBTIQ Hate, Harassment, and Abuse Online Luke Hubbard and Rachel Keighley 5.The Consequences of Polyvictimization Among Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming People Shanna Felix, Andia M. Azimi, and Dana L. Radatz 6.Sexual Consent, Sexual Coercion, and Victimization within the LGBTQA+ Community Brooke A de Heer 7.Intimate Partner Violence within the LGBTQ+ Community: Prevalence, Unique Experiences, and Critical Needs Danielle C. Slakoff and Stacie Merken 8.The Limitations of a Statue Jane E. Palmer Section Two: Queer Victimology and Queer Identities 9.Victimization among Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth: Research Poems on Family, Religion, Identity, and Resilience Megan S. Paceley, Rey Flores, Isaac Sanders, Emera Greenwood, Patricia Sattler, and Jacob Goffnett 10.Indigenous Victimization and the Colonized Rainbow Sheena L. Gilbert and Karen Z. Armenta Rojas 11.Framing Bi+ Experiences of Intimate Partner Violence: The Role of Monosexism and Bi+ Stigmas Casey D. Xavier Hall, Jessie Miller, and Lauren Brittany Beach 12.Queer Victims of Violence and Butch, Femme, Bear, and Twink Identities: An Empirical Test of Norm-Centered Stigma Theory Meredith G.F. Worthen 13.Police Do Not Protect Us, and Other Lessons I learned As a Queer Victim Allyn Walker Section Three: Queer Victimology and Queer Victimization in the System 14.Queer Invisibility: LGBTQA+ Victimization in Carceral Settings Susana Avalos and Breanna Boppre 15.What About Us?: The Omission of Queer Experiences in Criminology and Criminal Justice Curricula Alessandra Early and Brian E. Rainey 16.Bad Blood: Media's Role in Blaming the Queer Community for HIV/AIDS Jack M. Mills, Caroline A. Mooney, and Kyle G. Knapp 17.You Are Entitled to a Strange and Wonderful Queer Future Vanessa R. Panfil

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