X hits on this document

PDF document

REGISTERED NURSES’ ATTITUDES TOWARD THE PROTECTION OF GAYS AND - page 151 / 161

488 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

151 / 161

Davis, C. M., Yarber, W. H., Bauserman, R., Schreer, G., & Davis, S. L. (Eds.). (1998). Sexuality-related measures: A compendium. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Dennis, J. P. (2002). Lying with man as with woman: Rethinking the impact of religious discourse on gay community strength.

Journal of Homosexuality, 44(1), 43-60. Douglas, C. J., Kalman, C. M., & Kalman, T. P. Homophobia among physicians and nurses: An

(1985). empirical study.

Hospital & Community Psychiatry, 36(12), 1309-1311. Economist (1997, May 25). Impossible to define? Economist, 335. Ellis, S. J., Kitzinger, C., & Wilkinson, S. (2002). Attitudes towards lesbians and gay men and support for human rights among psychology students. Journal of Homosexuality, 44(1), 121-138. Equality Florida. (2004). Get informed: About us. Retrieved April 14, 2005 from Equality Florida Web Site: http://www.eqfl.org/informed/about.html Ewing, V. L., Stukas, A. A., & Sheehan, E. P. (2003). Student prejudice against gay male and lesbian lecturers. The Journal of Social Psychology, 143(5), 569-579. Finlay, B., & Walther, C. (2003). The relation of religious affiliation, service attendance, and other factors to homophobic attitudes among university students. Review of Religious Research, 44(4), 370-393. Frum, D. (1992, October 26). The right to fire. Forbes, 150, 76- 77.

141

Document info
Document views488
Page views488
Page last viewedSun Dec 11 02:30:12 UTC 2016
Pages161
Paragraphs2400
Words29225

Comments