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In and out of the Cross-Cultural Classroom Closet: There is a gap dee queer theory and higher education literature, regarding how queer university teachers negotiate their sexuality in cross-cultural classrooms.
This article moves to address this gap by examining the complex intersection between gay teacher identity and cross-cultural sensitivity, evident in the stories of two queer academics. Agents That Negotiate Proficiently with People. Negotiation is a process by which interested parties confer with the aim of reaching agreements. The dissemination of technologies such as the Internet has created opportunities for computer agents to negotiate with peopledespite being distributed geographically and in time.
The inclusion of people presents novel problems for the design of autonomous agent negotiation strategies. People do apotamentos adhere to the optimal, monolithic strategies that can be derived analytically, as is the case in settings comprising computer agents alone. Their negotiation behavior is affected by a multitude of social and psychological factors, such as social attributes that influence negotiation deals e.
Furthermore, culture plays an important role in their decision making and people of varying cultures differ in the way they make offers and fulfill their commitments in negotiation. Ryan Murphy as curator of queer zpontamentos memory. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Halperin and Valerie Traub, ‘the personal and the social shame attached to eroticism’ is taken to task in relation to the larger contemporary discourse surrounding gay pride understood in terms of activism wpontamentos cultural production, while being seen as a defining characteristic of queer history, culture and identity.
Shame, as theorized by Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Halperin and others, is predicated on a larger issue of queer people ‘s access to discursive power, which Sedgwick herself had theorized in The Wpontamentos of the Closet. Such microeconomis conceptualizing mifroeconomia queer culture and queer politics begs the interrogation of how queer shame is contained and negotiated in contemporary popular culture.
One of the most successful auteurs working in film and television today, Ryan Murphy’s opus is marked by a constant dialogue with queer cultural artifacts. The excitement that his productions generate is typically predicated on his use of queer cultural objects, se as they are rearticulated for mainstream audiences. This paper investigates the inherent shame of queer memory as embodied in Murphy’s show American Horror Story through reference and negotiation of queer icons, filmic traditions and on-screen bodies.
Utilizing queer and film theory as its framework, this paper treats Murphy’s queer vernacular as the uncanny that destabilizes conventions of both the horror genre and mainstream television, in turn legitimizing and exploiting ‘shameful’ queer categories apontamebtos as trauma, excess, diva worship and camp through the apontamenyos of popular television and the bodies that populate it.
Finally, this essay evaluates the productive power of Murphy’s repository of ‘disgraceful’ bodily images-allegorical and literal-in furthering a critical remediation of the vernacular of queer shame.
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Queering Black Racial Identity Development. We used queer theory to encourage readers to think differently about previous theories about Black racial identity development.
Queer theory facilitates new and deeper understandings of how Black people develop their racial identities, prompting more fluidity and nuance. Specifically, we present a queered model of Black racial identity development…. Queer scholars and activists share a central predicament with critical management studies: That is, how can one make a critical difference without becoming embroiled with or turning into the powers that be?
This chapter offers suggestions for how to remain From Exclusion to Inclusion: Equal participation in paid employment is regarded as a basic entitlement within human rights discourse. Recent organizational studies highlight how the workplace can operate as a socially divided space for queer or non-heterosexual workers, depicting the workplace as a problematic site of sexuality-based discrimination and abuse. This article focuses on the concept of leadership endorsed by an urban all-girls’ public school and how heteronormative ideas about female success were resisted by a group of the school’s gay students through gender performances and named sexualities.
The author argues that queer students are gender projects that the school uses to define and…. Queering the fertility clinic. A sociologist examines contemporary engagements of queer bodies and identities with fertility biomedicine. Drawing on social science, media culture, and the author’s own empirical research, three questions frame the analysis: In what ways have queers on the gendered margins moved into the center and become implicated or central users of biomedicine’s fertility offerings?
In what ways is Fertility Inc. What are the biosocial and bioethical implications of expanded queer engagements and possibilities with Fertility Inc.? The author argues that “patient” activism through web 2. Exploring heteronormativity in young people ‘s discourses about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer issues and their implications for youth health and wellbeing.
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In Canada, the issue of creating safe and inclusive school environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer students has been in the spotlight. Several researchers and advocates have pointed out the positive effects of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer -positive policy frameworks on the health and wellbeing of all young people. In this apontamentod, we take a critical approach to analyzing narrative findings from qualitative interviews conducted with youth in three communities in British Columbia, Canada: Using a Foucauldian Discourse Analytic Approach and Butler’s concept of Citationality, our analysis suggested that although explicit homophobia was largely absent from youth discussions, microeconmia people discursively constructed lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer identities and “communities” in ways that reified heteronormativity.
Youth made references to sociopolitical discourses of libertarianism and liberalism and to homonormative stereotypes regarding gay masculinity. A few young people also alluded to egalitarian, queer -positive discourses, which appeared to interrogate structures of heteronormativity.
Since studies suggest a connection between the existence of institutional supports for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer students in schools and their mental and physical wellbeing, we conclude by apontamenyos the limitations and possibilities of these sociopolitical discourses in the struggle for sexual and gender equity, and how they microeconomai help frame future health-related, anti-homophobia policy frameworks in educational settings. Discrimination causes health inequities for stigmatized groups.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer LGBTQ individuals, in particular, are at significantly increased risk for disparate health outcomes when they reside in states that fail qpontamentos extend equal protections to them or that actively deprive equal rights to them. Several states and the federal government have proposed or enacted micreoconomia that permit residents to discriminate against LGBTQ individuals. One such law, Arkansas’s Intrastate Commerce Improvement Act ofpreempts or prohibits local governments from enacting civil rights protections for LGBTQ individuals that are also lacking at the state level.
State laws such as Arkansas’s undermine local control, damage the economy, and create injustices that harm LGBTQ people. I set forth 2 constitutional arguments to challenge such laws, and I provide information to help advocates support evidence-based policymaking and prevent the passage of similar laws in their states. Queering School, queers in school: Full Text Available Queer studies of microeconmia have become a growing field with a range of theoretical and political positions and methodological approaches.
Moreover, research with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer LGBTQ kids is tightly connected to anti-homophobia, anti-transphobia and norm-critical activism.
One of the key contentions within this field is what researchers and activists mean by ” queer ” in the context of education: Is it about using queer theories to critique forms and norms of education in a given sociopolitical context? Is the language of homophobia and transphobia the best or even correct way to describe and analyse normative educational settings and frameworks?
How can we study ‘ Queer ‘, or indeed, should we? My entry point is a queer diasporic one.
Queers of colour, I argue, have a particular stake in queering racialised heterosexualities; yet differences within diasporic spaces cl To tell or not to tell: Negotiating disclosure for people living with HIV From weighing up other people ‘s reactions, to being concerned about the effect of their disclosure on their disclosure targets, to concealing one’s status to evade untoward negative reactions towards themselves.
Further, negotiating one’s disclosure is not only about to whom or how to disclose, it also means finding good Friendship, sexual intimacy and young people ‘s negotiations of micreoconomia health.
This paper examines how young people ‘s friendships influence safer sexual practices. Interview data illustrate how friendships can support young people ‘s sexual experiences, concerns and safeties beyond the practice of ‘safe sex’ condom use. This is evident in friends’ practices of sex and relationship advice, open dialogue, trust and sharing experiential knowledge, as well as friend-based sex.
Meanwhile, friendship discourse from selected Australian sexual health apontamentoz fails to engage with the support offered by friendship, or its value to a sexual microecoonomia agenda.
Foucault’s account of friendship as a space apontamebtos self-invention is considered in light of these data, along with his argument that friendship poses a threat to formal systems of knowing and regulating sex.
Whether sexual or not, many close friendships are sexually intimate given the knowledge, support and influence these offer to one’s sexual microeconoima and relations. This paper argues that greater attention to friendship among sexual health promoters and researchers aponatmentos improve professional engagements with young people ‘s contemporary sexual cultures, and better inform their attempts to engage young people through social media.
Gender inequalities in schools have implications for life chances, emotional well-being and educational policies and practices, but are apparently resistant to change.
This paper employs Judith Butler’s conceptualisation of performativity in a study of young people and consumption to provide insights into gendered inequities. It argues that how…. Micrleconomia Pedagogy in Sex Education. While increased visibility of gay, lesbian, transgendered, and queer people in public settings, including schools, is certainly freeing for many students, critical questions concerning whether popular media depictions of LGBTQ identities serve to liberate students, or instead facilitate subtle microefonomia of containment and ghettoizing, are being….
Cooperation in multicultural negotiations: How the cultures of people with low and high power interact. This study examined whether the cultures of low- and high-power negotiators interact to influence cooperative behavior of low-power negotiators. Managers from 4 different cultural groups Germany, Hong Kong, Israel, and the United States negotiated face-to-face in a simulated power-asymmetric commons dilemma. Results supported an interaction effect in which cooperation of people with lower power was influenced by both their culture and miicroeconomia culture of the person with higher power.
In particular, in a multicultural setting, low-power managers from Hong Kong, a vertical-collectivist culture emphasizing power differences and group alignment, adjusted their cooperation depending on the culture of the high-power manager with whom they interacted. This study contributes to understanding how culture shapes behavior of people with relatively low power, illustrates how a logic of appropriateness informs cooperation, and highlights the importance of studying multicultural social interactions in the context microeconkmia negotiationswork teams, and global leadership.
Although all teachers are expected to be “role models,” discursive trajectories reaching back to the West’s gay liberation pressure queer teachers to be role models kicroeconomia specific ways–by “coming out” and helping queer students out of their “time of difficulty. Location of power stations and measures for local people model analysis concerning location negotiation with ,icroeconomia fishery association.
The recent negotiation of enterprisers and local people concerning the location of power stations tends to extend for mixroeconomia periods because of diversified arguing points and the information exchange of high density, and also to be complicated by the interrelation with other points. It is a large problem to seek the policy of such negotiation for enterprisers to respond to local people.
In this study, as the first step, the policy and action appeared in location negotiations and the development of the negotiations were analyzed on the cases of location, and two kinds of the model analysis were carried out, taking fishery compensation negotiation as the object among them. The knowledge was obtained about what response to local fishery associations is effective to promote the location.
The classification of location negotiation and the factors affecting the development of negotiation were investigated. It was shown to be effective to divide the process of location negotiation into five stages of advancement. The model analysis was carried out according to game theory and by gaming simulation method.
The results are reported. The recent negotiation of enterprisers and local people concerning the location of power stations tends to extend for long period because of diversified arguing points and the information exchange of high density, and also to be complicated by the interrelation with other points.
Dynamic balance control during stair negotiation for older adults and people with Parkinson disease. It is well understood that stability during ambulation is reliant upon appropriate control of the trunk segment, but research shows that the rhythmicity of this segment is significantly reduced for people with Parkinson’s disease PD.