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The Harvey Milk Institute Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Internet Research

By Alan L. Ellis, Melissa White, Kevin Schaub

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Format: Hardcover, 196 pages
Published In: United States, 26 November 2001
Find the facts, figures, and connections you need on the Internet! This powerful reference tool is the most comprehensive, reliable guide to Internet resources for the LBGTQ community. More than just a guide to useful Web sites, it also evaluates LGBTQ mailing lists, message boards, search engines, and portals. The Harvey Milk Institute Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Internet Research provides background information as well as useful URLs. It covers the history and objectives of major sites. The in-depth interviews with leaders of the queer Internet include discussions with Barry Harrison, Director of Queer Arts Resources, and Sister Mary Elizabeth, founder of AEGiS. The Harvey Milk Institute Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Internet Research includes resources for a variety of academic disciplines, including: the humanities the social sciences law labor studies media studies transgender and intersex studies and more!Edited by Alan L. Ellis, co-chair of the institute's board of directors, The Harvey Milk Institute Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Internet Research is an indispensable tool for researchers, community leaders, and scholars.

Table of Contents

Contents * About the Editors * Contributors * Foreword * Preface * Chapter 1. Introduction * Using This Guide * A Note on Comprehensiveness * Chapter 2. Conducting Research on the Internet * Search Engines and Directories * Non-Web Resources * Credibility * Citations * Chapter 3. Major LGBTQ Internet Research Tools * Major LGBTQ Portals * Online Directories and Other Web Sites * Online Database of Journal Articles * Major LGBTQ Non-Web Resources * Interview: Mark Elderkin and Rhona Berenstein * Interview: Megan Smith * Interview: Roger Klorese and Will Doherty * Chapter 4. Queer Studies * Queer Studies Resources * Non-Web Resources * Chapter 5. Bisexual Studies * Bisexual Studies Resources * Non-Web Resources * Chapter 6. Transgender and Intersex Studies * Transgender and Intersex Studies Resources * Non-Web Resources * Interview: Gwendolyn Ann Smith * Chapter 7. Human Sexuality Studies * General Sites * BDSM/Leather/Fetish Resources * Polyamory Resources * Sexual Health and Education Sites * Sex Work Resources * Non-Web Resources * Chapter 8. Liberal Arts and the Humanities * History * Ethnic Studies * Religious Studies * Non-Web Resources * Chapter 9. Social and Biological Sciences * General Sites * Anthropology * Political Science * Psychology * Sociology * Biological Sciences * Non-Web Resources * Interview: Ellen D. B. Riggle * Chapter 10. Arts and Education * Arts * Education * Interview: Barry Harrison * Chapter 11. Law and Philosophy * Law * Philosophy * Chapter 12. Health and Medicine * General LGBTQ Health Issues * Gay Men's Health Issues * Lesbian Health Issues * Bisexual Health Issues * Transgender and Intersex Health Issues * HIV/AIDS Sites * General Consumer Health Sites * Researching the Medical Literature * Non-Web Resources * Interview: Sister Mary Elizabeth * Chapter 13. Business, Labor Studies, and Economics * General Sites * Labor Studies and Workplace Issues * Domestic Partnership and Workplace Nondiscrimination Issues * Economics * Non-Web Resources * Chapter 14. Community Resources * LGBTQ Community-Based Resources * Non-Web Resources * Interview: Kevin Schaub * Chapter 15. Media and News * Media Resources * Non-Web Resources * Chapter 16. The Queer Internet: One Student's Experience * Index * Reference Notes Included

EAN: 9781560233527
ISBN: 1560233524
Publisher: CRC Press
Dimensions: 21.03 x 17.32 x 2.03 centimetres (0.52 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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