Theory : Queer and Trans Approaches
What are the Practice Implications and Limitations of the Readings
Based on the theory/theories and reading are they implications for how you would
work with Individuals, families, communities and organisations or policy. Would
this impact how you do research?
Brown, M., Richard, B., & Wichman. (2009). The promise and
relevance of structural social work for responsible engagement
in lesbian gay, transgender, two-spirit, intersex and queer
issues. In S. Hick, H. Peters & T. Corner (Eds.), Practitioners’
perspectives of structural social work (pp. 157-172). Toronto,
ON: Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Brown, M., Richard, B.K., & Wichman, L. (2009).pdf [6.9 MB]
Miller, R. A., Wynn, R. D., & Webb, K. W. (2017). Queering
disability in higher education. In Disability as diversity in higher
education: Policies and practices to enhance student
success. New York, NY: Routledge.
Miller, R. A., Wynn, R. D., & Webb, K. W. (2017).pdf [10.5 MB]
Rwigema, M. J., Udegbe, O., & Lewis-Peart, D. (2015). ‘We Are
Expected to Work As If We Are Not Who We Are’: Reflections on
working with Queer Black Youth. LGBTQ People and Social
Work, 87-105. Rwigema, M. J., Udegbe, O., & Lewis-Peart, D.
(2015).pdf [1.5 MB]
Pyne, J. (2011). Unsuitable bodies: Trans people and
cisnormativity in shelter services. Canadian Social Work Review /
Revue Canadienne De Service Social, 28(1), 129137. https://search-proquestcom.ezproxy.library.dal.ca/docview/1364704497?accountid=10
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