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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Refúgio LGBTI : boas práticas na declaração do status de refugiado/a

Nascimento, Daniel Braga January 2017 (has links)
Este trabalho tem por objetivo analisar boas práticas trazidas pela doutrina internacional durante o processo de solicitação de refúgio em razão de orientação sexual e/ou identidade de gênero a fim de recomendação de aplicação das mesmas no Brasil. Inaugura-se o trabalho realizando uma revisão histórica do instituto do refúgio bem com sua internalização no Brasil através da Lei 9.474/07. Além disso, o estudo a explorar como se dá a caracterização da perseguição para esse tipo de refúgio. Costura-se, por meio dos critérios de concessão de refúgio por grupo social, religião e opinião política o embasamento das decisões que vem concedendo refúgio LGBTI. Na análise da valoração das narrativas e situações imperantes sobre a situação de lésbicas, gays, bissexuais, trans e intersex no país de origem, busca-se práticas que não violem direitos humanos e garantam direitos. Utilizou-se para tanto do método de pesquisa bibliográfico, buscando-se na doutrina internacional e nacional práticas que possam vir a garantir direitos durante o processo de solicitação de refúgio. Obteve-se como resultado a estruturação de boas práticas utilizadas em outros países. Concluiu-se através do presente trabalho que o processo de refúgio por razão de perseguição por orientação sexual e/ou identidade de gênero possui atravessamentos de diversas ordens e enfrenta desafios que merecem aprofundamentos teóricos e empíricos sobre como se dá a declaração do status de refugiado. / This work aims to analyze good practices brought by international doctrine during the process of requesting refugee’s status based on sexual orientation and / or gender identity in order to recommend their application in Brazil. The work is inaugurated by carrying out a historical review of the refuge institute and its internalization in Brazil through Law 9.474 / 07. In addition, the study explore how the characterization of persecution for this type of refuge occurs. Through the criteria of granting refuge by social group, religion and political opinion, the bases of the decisions that have been granting LGBTI refuge are sewn. In the analysis of the assessment of the narratives and situations prevailing on the situation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex in the country of origin, practices are sought that do not violate human rights and guarantee rights. It was used for both the method of bibliographic research, researching in international and national doctrine practices that may guarantee rights during the process of requesting refuge. As a result, the structuring of good practices used in other countries has been summarized. It was concluded through the present work that the process of refuge due to persecution due to sexual orientation and / or gender identity has crosses of several orders and faces challenges that deserve theoretical and empirical deepening on how the declaration of refugee status is given.
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SAGA Youth and Family: Programs for Support and Advocacy

Sampson, Adelene Wendy January 2008 (has links)
As my thesis project, I developed and implemented the SAGA Youth and Family Program through the Wingspan LGBT Community Center and the Southern Arizona Gender Alliance. The first chapter analyzes the use of rights discourse by advocates of transgender youth as a means to gain needed protection and concessions. The second chapter introduces the SAGA Youth and Family Program created to build supportive communities for gender-variant and transgender youth and their families and to end unnecessary isolation, discrimination and harassment affecting transgender and gender-variant youth, their families, and their communities. The SAGA Youth and Family website comprises the final chapter and is one of the three components of the SAGA Youth and Family Program.
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HBTQ-familjer i förskolan : En studie om förskolors skillnader i arbetet med att skapa en inkluderande miljö / LGBTQ families in preschool : A study of preschool differences in efforts to create an inclusive environment

Appelqvist, Nellie, Funesjö, Susanne January 2015 (has links)
Syftet med studien är att se hur pedagoger bemöter HBTQ-familjer i förskolan, samt visa hur pedagoger kan arbeta med HBTQ-frågor i förskolan för att inkludera alla familjeformer. Pedagogers egna synsätt kring begreppet kön spelar stor roll för hur bemötandet av olika familjeformer blir i förskolan, samt för om förskolan blir en plats för inkludering av barn och föräldrar. Studien baseras på kvalitativa intervjuer och frågeformulär som har genomförts med nio pedagoger i olika verksamheter. Studien behandlar även tidigare forskning som styrker vikten av att ha ett öppet förhållningssätt för att barn ska få en större acceptans till det som inte anses tillhöra normen. Studien utgår från queerteorin som ifrågasätter den heteronorm som finns i samhället. De flesta pedagoger i studien har i någon form pratat om olika familjeformer med barnen medan ett fåtal pedagoger har valt att inte lyfta ämnet då de inte har några HBTQ-familjer i barngruppen. Resultatet av studien visar att de förskolor som är HBTQ-certifierade har en större medvetenhet kring inkludering, jämfört med de förskolor som inte är HBTQ-certifierade. Många pedagoger i studien menar att det är av betydelse att kunna diskutera familjers olikheter med såväl barn som föräldrar för att skapa acceptans. En pedagog lyfter vikten av att vara normkritisk och inte anta att alla lever enligt heteronormen.
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A invisibilidade lésbica em blogs de turismo brasileiros

Magalhães, Marina de Carvalho January 2018 (has links)
Submitted by Gisely Teixeira (gisely.teixeira@uniceub.br) on 2018-06-14T18:29:33Z No. of bitstreams: 1 51500774.pdf: 352045 bytes, checksum: 09fad3bb014ab9d0513fb7e773d05ff0 (MD5) / Made available in DSpace on 2018-06-14T18:29:33Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 51500774.pdf: 352045 bytes, checksum: 09fad3bb014ab9d0513fb7e773d05ff0 (MD5) Previous issue date: 2018 / Este artigo pretende discutir a crescente relevância de blogs para a divulgação e o desenvolvimento do mercado turístico, com o objetivo de verificar se há uma falta de representatividade LGBT em sites do setor, priorizando as necessidades das mulheres lésbicas. Para isso é realizada uma revisão bibliográfica sobre a militância feminista e LGBT, a fim de compreender onde essas pessoas se encaixam. Bem como são utilizados autores que falam sobre a relevância econômica do turismo e de blogs como ferramenta digital de comunicação. Em seguida, é feita uma análise do conteúdo voltado para a vivência dessas mulheres nos blogs escolhidos – Viaje na Viagem, Viajay e Viaja Bi; com o intuito de compreender se o que é postado conversa com o público alvo deste artigo. Por fim, conclui-se que, embora exista uma preocupação em incluir assuntos relacionados à população LGBT em todos os blogs analisados, observou-se a carência de representatividade lésbica na maior parte de seus textos.
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Refúgio LGBTI : boas práticas na declaração do status de refugiado/a

Nascimento, Daniel Braga January 2017 (has links)
Este trabalho tem por objetivo analisar boas práticas trazidas pela doutrina internacional durante o processo de solicitação de refúgio em razão de orientação sexual e/ou identidade de gênero a fim de recomendação de aplicação das mesmas no Brasil. Inaugura-se o trabalho realizando uma revisão histórica do instituto do refúgio bem com sua internalização no Brasil através da Lei 9.474/07. Além disso, o estudo a explorar como se dá a caracterização da perseguição para esse tipo de refúgio. Costura-se, por meio dos critérios de concessão de refúgio por grupo social, religião e opinião política o embasamento das decisões que vem concedendo refúgio LGBTI. Na análise da valoração das narrativas e situações imperantes sobre a situação de lésbicas, gays, bissexuais, trans e intersex no país de origem, busca-se práticas que não violem direitos humanos e garantam direitos. Utilizou-se para tanto do método de pesquisa bibliográfico, buscando-se na doutrina internacional e nacional práticas que possam vir a garantir direitos durante o processo de solicitação de refúgio. Obteve-se como resultado a estruturação de boas práticas utilizadas em outros países. Concluiu-se através do presente trabalho que o processo de refúgio por razão de perseguição por orientação sexual e/ou identidade de gênero possui atravessamentos de diversas ordens e enfrenta desafios que merecem aprofundamentos teóricos e empíricos sobre como se dá a declaração do status de refugiado. / This work aims to analyze good practices brought by international doctrine during the process of requesting refugee’s status based on sexual orientation and / or gender identity in order to recommend their application in Brazil. The work is inaugurated by carrying out a historical review of the refuge institute and its internalization in Brazil through Law 9.474 / 07. In addition, the study explore how the characterization of persecution for this type of refuge occurs. Through the criteria of granting refuge by social group, religion and political opinion, the bases of the decisions that have been granting LGBTI refuge are sewn. In the analysis of the assessment of the narratives and situations prevailing on the situation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex in the country of origin, practices are sought that do not violate human rights and guarantee rights. It was used for both the method of bibliographic research, researching in international and national doctrine practices that may guarantee rights during the process of requesting refuge. As a result, the structuring of good practices used in other countries has been summarized. It was concluded through the present work that the process of refuge due to persecution due to sexual orientation and / or gender identity has crosses of several orders and faces challenges that deserve theoretical and empirical deepening on how the declaration of refugee status is given.
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Outlaw, outcast, and Obergefell: an analysis of the United States Supreme Court’s ideology in cases that impact the LGBT community

Handlon Jr., Russell L. 13 September 2017 (has links)
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) / This study employs an ideological rhetorical analysis to investigate three United States Supreme Court decisions concerning the liberties of the LGBT community. An analysis of the rhetoric from these cases for both the majority and dissenting opinions is conducted. These artifacts include Lawrence v. Texas (2003), United States v. Windsor (2013), and Obergefell v. Hodges (2015). The purpose of this study is to analyze the rhetoric of these cases to understand the themes undergirding decisions about cases concerning the LGBT community. Themes of liberty, fundamental rights, equal protection, power, and polarization emerge in this study. Ultimately, it is determined that two groups are impacted by these decisions, these groups include the LGBT community and religious members who deem homosexuality as immoral.
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Wage This War

Dickerson, Curtis 18 August 2014 (has links)
No description available.
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A invisibilidade lésbica em blogs de turismo brasileiros

Magalhães, Marina de Carvalho January 2018 (has links)
Submitted by Gisely Teixeira (gisely.teixeira@uniceub.br) on 2018-06-14T18:29:33Z No. of bitstreams: 1 51500774.pdf: 352045 bytes, checksum: 09fad3bb014ab9d0513fb7e773d05ff0 (MD5) / Made available in DSpace on 2018-06-14T18:29:33Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 51500774.pdf: 352045 bytes, checksum: 09fad3bb014ab9d0513fb7e773d05ff0 (MD5) Previous issue date: 2018 / Este artigo pretende discutir a crescente relevância de blogs para a divulgação e o desenvolvimento do mercado turístico, com o objetivo de verificar se há uma falta de representatividade LGBT em sites do setor, priorizando as necessidades das mulheres lésbicas. Para isso é realizada uma revisão bibliográfica sobre a militância feminista e LGBT, a fim de compreender onde essas pessoas se encaixam. Bem como são utilizados autores que falam sobre a relevância econômica do turismo e de blogs como ferramenta digital de comunicação. Em seguida, é feita uma análise do conteúdo voltado para a vivência dessas mulheres nos blogs escolhidos - Viaje na Viagem, Viajay e Viaja Bi; com o intuito de compreender se o que é postado conversa com o público alvo deste artigo. Por fim, conclui-se que, embora exista uma preocupação em incluir assuntos relacionados à  população LGBT em todos os blogs analisados, observou-se a carência de representatividade lésbica na maior parte de seus textos.
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Intragroup Attitudes of the LGBT Community: Assessment and Correlates.

Hutsell, David W. 05 May 2012 (has links)
The intragroup attitudes of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community are examined. A general overview of heterosexuals’ views about LGBT persons is considered before reviewing past research on intragroup attitudes that may exist within the LGBT community. Since little work has been done in this area, to fill gaps in the literature a study of 533 self-identified LGBT individuals was conducted to assess attitudes towards each specific subgroup (lesbian, gay male, bisexual male, bisexual female, male-to-female transgender, and female-to-male transgender) of the LGBT community. Several variables, including group identification, perceived stigma, outness, and contact, were examined as predictors intragroup attitudes. Results indicated that predictors of attitudes differed by subgroup. Implications of the results are discussed, including limitations and directions for future work.
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Media Coverage of LGBT Issues: Legal, Religious, and Political Frames

Nolan, Scott N 23 May 2019 (has links)
This project creates an original dataset of 1,008 randomly sampled news items that discussed LGBT political issues posted online between 2011 and 2017 by Huffington Post Queer Voices, NPR, and Fox News. I use quantitative methods and content analysis to locate the 14 most popular LGBT political issues in media coverage and to confirm there are three competing media frames of political discussion in coverage of LGBT political issues. There are three results chapters. Chapter 5 describes the 14 LGBT political issues that appear most often in political science research and to what extent media coverage of these 14 issues differs across the political left, right and center. I find that academia addresses more LGBT issues, more often, than does media coverage. Also, media coverage and academic literature contain four competing narratives about LGBT people and issues: a Family Narrative, an Identity Narrative, a Tragedy Narrative, and a Political Activity Narrative. Moreover, politically left media coverage is more like academic discussions about LGBT politics than politically right or centrist media coverage. Chapter 6 describes three competing frames in media coverage. A legal frame contains language that discusses constitutions, trial and appellate courts, litigation tactics, and appellate procedure. A religious frame contains language that discusses the Bible, Jesus, religious-based curative therapy, evangelicals as political participants, and quotes from clergy. An institutional frame contains language that involves elections, political parties, direct democracy, constitutional amendments, local state and federal legislatures, and the President. I find that legal framing of LGBT issues has increased since the 2000s, while religious framing has declined, and political framing is slowly rising – peaking in federal election years then decreasing in non-election years. Chapter 7 describes how the media’s focus on same-sex marriage eclipses coverage of less-covered, but still important, LGBT political issues. Further, since same-sex marriage was legalized nation-wide in 2015, the media has been increasingly focused on transgender issues rather than 13 other LGBT political issues. So, the issues, narratives, and frames one encounters in news coverage about the LGBT is noticeably different than in the 2000s, and differs on the political left, right, and center.

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