1 edition of Social work practice with older lesbians and gay men found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 87-93) and index.
|Statement||Lee-Ann Fenge ... [et al.].|
|Series||Post-qualifying social work practice, Post-qualifying social work practice|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (99 p.)|
|Number of Pages||99|
Striving towards Inclusive Research: An Example of Participatory Action Research with Older Lesbians and Gay Men. British Journal of Social Work. more information; Ward, R.J., River, L. and Fenge, L.-A., Neither Silent nor Invisible: A Comparison of Two Participative Projects Involving Older Lesbians and Gay Men in the United Kingdom. Social Work Practice with Older Lesbian Women and Gay Men information about sexuality and with the prevailing message that homosexuality is a weakness, a sickness, a perversion, a sin or, at best, arrested development (West, ). Homosexuality was classified as a mental disorder by the World Health Organisation until (Sayce, ).
]A growing, but limited, body of research on older lesbians and gay men has begun to emerge; however, most studies utilize small samples, are nonrepresentative, do not reflect ethnic and racial diversity, and recruit from gay-friendly religious and social organizations. 16 The research has been criticized for its attention to upper-middle-class. Social work practice with older lesbians and gay men by Ann Fannin, Lee-Ann Fenge, Christina Hicks, Nichola Lavin and Keith Brown By Mark Hughes No static citation data No static citation data CiteAuthor: Mark Hughes.
Developing anti-oppressive empowering social work practice with older lesbian women and gay men. British Journal of Social Work, 31, – Molyneux, M. Cited by: According to U.S. census data, an estimated , American children were living in households headed by same-sex couples in , and nearly twice that number had a single lesbian or gay parent. Since the s, a quiet revolution has been blooming in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community. More and more lesbians and gay men from all walks of life are Author: Gerald P. Mallon.
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Social Work Practice with Older Lesbians and Gay Men project worker and older volunteers, this book provides an accessible guide for those practitioners who work with older people, to develop a deeper understanding of issues of discrimination and oppression attached to sexuality in later life and explore the implications for practice.
The third edition of Social Work Practice with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People updates this classic text and expands its scope to include new content on social work with older and younger LGBT people.
Written by a team of highly experienced experts, this book provides a knowledge base for practice that will better prepare. Get this from a library. Social work practice with older lesbians and gay men. [Lee-Ann Fenge;] -- This volume provides an accessible guide for social work practitioners who work with older people in the gay and lesbian community in order to help these workers to develop a deeper understanding of.
Social Work with Lesbians and Gay Men provides social workers and other professionals with an overview of a number of key challenges and concerns that play a.
SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital library. Communication & Cultural Studies Nursing Politics & International Relations Psychology Social Work Sociology. The second half of the book explores social work practice in specific sectors: work with older people, people with learning disabilities, people with physical impairments, and children and their families, as well a chapter exploring mental health, which focuses on lesbians' and gay men's needs and experiences rather than social work or Author: Dharman Jeyasingham.
Social Work with Lesbians & Gay Men. London: SAGE Publications Ltd, doi: / Brown, H C & Cocker, CSocial work with lesbians & gay men, SAGE Publications Ltd, London, viewed 12 Maydoi: / Brown, Helen C and Christine Cocker. Social Work with Lesbians & Gay Men. Working with lesbians and gay men is a largely neglected area of social work practice.
This book provides social workers and other professionals with an overview of a number of key challenges and concerns that play a significant part in the lives of lesbians and gay men. The author addresses social work practice with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) youth.
Identity development, including disclosure and the emergence of sexuality are discussed, along with family and school by: Here is a comprehensive volume providing an introduction, overview, and exploration of social work services for gay men and lesbians.
It discusses the application of generic practice principles in social work with and for homosexual persons.
It is essential reading for all social workers interested in serving the diverse needs of the gay community, this practical book gets right at vital. The text includes an entire chapter on sexuality (Ch.
6), two chapters on health care with the gay, lesbian, and bisexual population (Chs. 9 and 10), and sections on homophobia and prejudice (Ch. The strengths approach provides a skills framework that relates to direct practice with all vulnerable people; the text also incorporates diverse.
Sexuality and Bereavement: Implications for Practice with Older Lesbians and Gay Men. Practice: Vol. 21, Gender and Sexuality in Social Work, pp. Cited by: Jackie Langley, Developing Anti‐Oppressive Empowering Social Work Practice with Older Lesbian Women and Gay Men, The British Journal of Social Work, Vol Issue 6, exploratory study which examined how older lesbian women and gay men perceived their needs should they become ill or disabled as they age (Langley, ).
Their concerns Cited by: Social work students and competent practice with lgbtq clients Drionne Arney of competent practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning clients. This with LGBT people, social work practice will continue to refer to heterosexual models in work.
5Author: Drionne Arney. A new, more comprehensive edition of the classic Social Work textAlthough the vast majority of LGBT persons are healthy, resilient, and hardy individuals who do not seek social work intervention, some have been or will be clients in social work agencies.
Social Work Practice with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People is the updated classic text that has expanded its. It reviews both the tragic and resilient periods of the nation’s view of lesbian and gay individuals, and how these groups responded, survived, and moved to empowerment.
Mallon, G. P., ed. Social work practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. 2d ed. New York: Routledge. This article provides an overview of the unique challenges and strengths of the older lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) population and the theories and evidence-based interventions that can be used to work with them in a clinical setting.
Two case studies will be used to highlight potential issues in clinical social work and provide guidance for intervention with LGBT older Cited by: This article maintains that older lesbians and gay men do have cultural differences from other older people and that these differences should be taken into account in the assessment process and in turn should influence service provision.
The article will explore our current understanding of older lesbians and gay men by presenting the conflicting images and stereotypes that exist within the. discrimination towards gay men, lesbians, bisexual, and transgender persons and their families.
Social workers are obligated to use nonjudgmental attitudes and to encourage nurturing practice environments for lesbians, gay men, bisexual, and transgender persons.
What policy exists to help guide social work practice. Empowering gay and lesbian caregivers and uncovering their unique experiences through qualitative methods.
Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 15 (1/2), Hash, K. Preliminary study of caregiving and post-caregiving experiences of older gay men and lesbians. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 13 (4), Hughes, M'Social work practice with older lesbians and gay men by Ann Fannin, Lee-Ann Fenge, Christina Hicks, Nichola Lavin and Keith Brown: book review', Australian Social Work", vol.
62, no. 2, pp. Published version available from. Publication details. Hughes, M'Social work practice with older lesbians and gay men by Ann Fannin, Lee-Ann Fenge, Christina Hicks, Nichola Lavin and Keith Brown: book review', Australian Social Work", vol.
62, no. 2, pp. Published version available from:Cited by: 1.Beeler JA, Rawls TW, Herdt G, Cohler BJ. The needs of older lesbians and gay men in Chicago. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services.
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