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Gender Nonconformity During Adolescence: Links with Stigma, Sexual Minority Status, and Psychosocial Outcomes

Martin-Storey, A. & Baams, L., 2019, Handbook of Children and Prejudice. Fitzgerald, H. E., Johnson, D. J., Baolian Qin, D., Villarruel, F. A. & Norder, J. (eds.). Springer, p. 583-596 14 p.

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APA

Martin-Storey, A., & Baams, L. (2019). Gender Nonconformity During Adolescence: Links with Stigma, Sexual Minority Status, and Psychosocial Outcomes. In H. E. Fitzgerald, D. J. Johnson, D. Baolian Qin, F. A. Villarruel, & J. Norder (Eds.), Handbook of Children and Prejudice (pp. 583-596). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-12228-7_33

Author

Martin-Storey, Alexa ; Baams, Laura. / Gender Nonconformity During Adolescence : Links with Stigma, Sexual Minority Status, and Psychosocial Outcomes. Handbook of Children and Prejudice. editor / Hiram E. Fitzgerald ; Deborah J. Johnson ; Desiree Baolian Qin ; Francisco A. Villarruel ; John Norder. Springer, 2019. pp. 583-596

Harvard

Martin-Storey, A & Baams, L 2019, Gender Nonconformity During Adolescence: Links with Stigma, Sexual Minority Status, and Psychosocial Outcomes. in HE Fitzgerald, DJ Johnson, D Baolian Qin, FA Villarruel & J Norder (eds), Handbook of Children and Prejudice. Springer, pp. 583-596. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-12228-7_33

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Gender Nonconformity During Adolescence : Links with Stigma, Sexual Minority Status, and Psychosocial Outcomes. / Martin-Storey, Alexa; Baams, Laura.

Handbook of Children and Prejudice. ed. / Hiram E. Fitzgerald; Deborah J. Johnson; Desiree Baolian Qin; Francisco A. Villarruel; John Norder. Springer, 2019. p. 583-596.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterAcademicpeer-review

Vancouver

Martin-Storey A, Baams L. Gender Nonconformity During Adolescence: Links with Stigma, Sexual Minority Status, and Psychosocial Outcomes. In Fitzgerald HE, Johnson DJ, Baolian Qin D, Villarruel FA, Norder J, editors, Handbook of Children and Prejudice. Springer. 2019. p. 583-596 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-12228-7_33


BibTeX

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abstract = "Both gender nonconformity and sexual minority status during adolescence are associated with elevated levels of victimization and harassment, experiences that have serious consequences for adolescent psychosocial outcomes. While gender nonconformity and sexual minority status reflect separate constructs, they are associated because (1) sexual minority youth report higher levels of gender nonconformity and (2) gender nonconformity is frequently used to attribute sexual minority status by others. Following from classic stigma theory, the current chapter focuses on the role of gender nonconformity in explaining variation in social exclusion and victimization among both sexual minority and sexual majority youth. Of particular interest is the potential for gender nonconformity to mediate or moderate the association between sexual minority status and individual mental health and wellbeing outcomes. Gender differences will also be discussed, focusing on differences between girls and boys in the links between sexual minority status, gender nonconformity, experiences of victimization, and negative psychosocial outcomes. Additionally, the emerging literature on conceptualizing gender nonconformity among trans and non-binary youth will be addressed. Finally, the current chapter will finish with a discussion of how and why gender nonconformity must be taken into consideration in the development of programs aimed at reducing homophobia among adolescent populations.",
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