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050 00 HV6250.4.H66|bM49 2015 
082 00 362.88086/64|223 
100 1  Meyer, Doug,|d1980- 
245 10 Violence against queer people :|brace, class, gender, and 
       the persistence of anti-LGBT discrimination /|cDoug Meyer.
264  1 New Brunswick, New Jersey :|bRutgers University Press,
       |c[2015] 
300    viii, 194 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |gIntroduction :|tsocial inequality and violence against 
       LGBT people --|tMore than homophobia : the race, class, 
       and gender dynamics of anti-LGBT violence --|t"I'm making 
       Black people look bad" : the racial implications of anti-
       queer violence --|tGenered views of sexual assault, 
       physical violence, and verbal abuse --|tRace, gender, and 
       perceptions of violence as homophobic --|t"Not that big of
       a deal" : social class differences in viewing violence as 
       severe --|tThe home and the street : violence from 
       strangers and family members --|gConclusion :|tanti-queer 
       violence and multiple systems of oppression. 
520    "Violence against lesbians and gay men has increasingly 
       captured media and scholarly attention. But these reports 
       tend to focus on one segment of the LGBT community--white,
       middle class men--and largely ignore that part of the 
       community that arguably suffers a larger share of the 
       violence--racial minorities, the poor, and women. In 
       Violence against Queer People, sociologist Doug Meyer 
       offers the first investigation of anti-queer violence that
       focuses on the role played by race, class, and gender. 
       Drawing on interviews with forty-seven victims of violence,
       Meyer shows that LGBT people encounter significantly 
       different forms of violence--and perceive that violence 
       quite differently--based on their race, class, and gender.
       His research highlights the extent to which other forms of
       discrimination--including racism and sexism--shape LGBT 
       people's experience of abuse. He reports, for instance, 
       that lesbian and transgender women often described violent
       incidents in which a sexual or a misogynistic component 
       was introduced, and that LGBT people of color sometimes 
       weren't sure if anti-queer violence was based solely on 
       their sexuality or whether racism or sexism had also 
       played a role. Meyer observes that given the many 
       differences in how anti-queer violence is experienced, the
       present media focus on white, middle-class victims greatly
       oversimplifies and distorts the nature of anti-queer 
       violence. In fact, attempts to reduce anti-queer violence 
       that ignore race, class, and gender run the risk of 
       helping only the most privileged gay subjects."--
       Publisher's Web site. 
586    Stonewall Honor Book in Nonfiction, 2016 
650  0 Gays|xViolence against|zUnited States. 
650  0 Hate crimes|zUnited States. 
650  0 Social classes|zUnited States. 
651  0 United States|xRace relations. 
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