The first-level coding process resulted in a total of codes. Additionally, intersectionality calls attention to the socio-structural positioning of characteristics, or identity statuses. Indeed, family contexts were described as having the greatest potential for conflict.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. Social Identities. Results Four broad themes reflecting the experiences and issues voiced by participants emerged from the coding process.
The analyses presented focused on identifying some Gay men of color face a dual challenge in managing these common stressors and difficulties, as well as gleaning information on resources, support, and coping strategies.
Social Identities. American Psychologist. Similarly, more narrowly defined and inclusive communities — communities made up of people who share all or most of the same minority characteristics i. Part of the value of intersectional frameworks is that they call attention to the many characteristics that affect social positioning and behaviors, and also allow for mutual influence and different forms of synergy among characteristics.
I don't have a gay flag on my car for symbol as I'm afraid…my tires will get slashed, and you've got to be careful if you're coming out. While much of the literature has focused on major discriminatinatory events, more recent work has begun to examine microaggressions that occur in daily life.
Morrow; New York: During Study 2, we conducted a national web-based anonymous survey to pilot-test the 34 items generated from results of Study 1. See other articles in PMC that cite the published article.