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workplace. The homophobia scor

The indepe race/ethnicity; belief in the “ interpersonal c members; and 8) nondiscriminati findings will h justice and dis addition, the a identified alon the educational and students of

dependent variable of es represented by the ndent variables are 1

4) education level; free choice” model of ontact with homosexua

support or non-suppo on policy that protec elp add to the litera crimination issues en reas in need of resea g with implications f

preparation of nurse psychology.

this study is the ATLG. ) gender; 2) age; 3) 5) religious association; 6)

homosexuality; 7) ls as friends and/or family rt of a workplace ts gay men and lesbians. The ture pertaining to social countered by homosexuals. In rch augmentation will be or policy development and s, public administrators,

Research Hypothe The research following:

  • 1.

    There wil related t

  • 2.

    There wil associati

  • 3.

    There wil the “free

  • 4.

    There wil interpers

ses hypotheses of this study predicted the

l be a difference in the level of homophobia

  • o

    gender, age, race/ethnicity, and education.

l be a positive correlation between religious on and homophobia. l be a positive correlation between belief in

choice” model of homosexuality and homophobia. l be a negative correlation between onal contact with gay men and/or lesbians as

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