16 Lesbian Power Couples From History Who Got Shit Done, Together

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Collection
Monographs
Material Type
Downloaded article
Date Published
2017
Collection
Monographs
Material Type
Downloaded article
Date Published
2017
Language
English
Call Number
M2019-108
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
2017-014
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Agents and structures : journalists and the constraints on AIDS coverage

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Collection
Monographs
Material Type
Downloaded article
Date Published
2000
Author
Emke, Ivan
Corporate Author
ProQuest
Publisher
Simon Fraser University
Collection
Monographs
Material Type
Downloaded article
Author
Emke, Ivan
Corporate Author
ProQuest
Responsibility
By Ivan Emke. Downloaded from ProQuest
Place
Vancouver, BC
Publisher
Simon Fraser University
Date Published
2000
Physical Description
[10] p.
Condition
Good
Notes
Originally appeared in The Canadian Journal of Communication Summer 2000. Vol.25, Iss 3
Call Number
M2014-045
Description Level
Item
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"I Don't Think This is Theoretical; This is Our Lives": How Erasure Impacts Health Care for Transgender People

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Collection
Monographs
Material Type
Downloaded article
Date Published
2009
Author
Bauer, Greta R. PhD, MPH
Hammond, Rebecca, BA
Travers, Robb, PhD
Kaay, Matthais, MSW, MA
Hohenadel, Karin M., BA
Boyce, Michelle
Publisher
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
Collection
Monographs
Material Type
Downloaded article
Author
Bauer, Greta R. PhD, MPH
Hammond, Rebecca, BA
Travers, Robb, PhD
Kaay, Matthais, MSW, MA
Hohenadel, Karin M., BA
Boyce, Michelle
Publisher
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
Date Published
2009
Condition
Good
Language
English
Notes
For people who are transgender, transsexual, or transitioned (trans), access to primary, emergency, and transition-related health care is often problematic. Results from Phase I of the Trans PULSE Project, a community-based research project in Ontario, Canada, are presented. Based on qualitative data from focus groups with 85 trans community members, a theoretical framework describing how erasure functions to impact experiences interacting with the health care system was developed. Two key sites of erasure were identified: informational erasure and institutional erasure. How these processes work in a mutually reinforcing manner to erase trans individuals and communities and produce a system in which a trans patient or client is seen as an anomaly is shown. Thus, the impetus often falls on trans individuals to attempt to remedy systematic deficiencies. The concept of cisnormativity is introduced to aid in explaining the pervasiveness of trans erasure. Strategies for change are identified. [Abstract]
Call Number
M2019-074
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
2019-043
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More than just an arts festival : communities, resistance, and the story of Desh Pardesh

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Collection
Monographs
Material Type
Downloaded article
Date Published
2006
Author
Fernandez, Sharon
Publisher
Simon Fraser University
Collection
Monographs
Material Type
Downloaded article
Author
Fernandez, Sharon
Responsibility
Downloaded from ProQuest
Place
Vancouver, BC
Publisher
Simon Fraser University
Date Published
2006
Physical Description
[6] p.
Condition
Good
Corporate Name
Desh Pardesh
Notes
Originally appeared in The Canadian Journal of Communication. Vol. 31, Iss 1, 2006
Call Number
M2014-044
Description Level
Item
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