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by Gregory M. Herek,Jared B. Jobe,Ralph M. Carney

eBook Out in Force: Sexual Orientation and the Military (Worlds of Desire: The Chicago Series on Sexuality, Gender, and Culture) ePub
Author: Gregory M. Herek,Jared B. Jobe,Ralph M. Carney
Language: English
ISBN: 0226400476
ISBN13: 978-0226400471
Publisher: University of Chicago Press; 1 edition (December 15, 1996)
Pages: 352
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 335
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Out in force by Gregory M. Herek, Jared B. Jobe, Ralph M. Carney, December 15, 1996, University .

Published December 15th 1996 by University of Chicago Press.

Leading social science scholars of sexual orientation and the military offer reasoned and comprehensive discussions about military organizations, human sexuality, and attitudes toward individuals and groups. They demonstrate forcefully that the debate is really about the military as an institution, and how that institution will adapt to larger social changes. Published December 15th 1996 by University of Chicago Press.

Out in Force: Sexual Orientation and the Military. Coming Out Under Fire: The History of Gay Men and Women in World War II (Twentieth Anniversary e. The University of North Carolina Press. Worlds of Desire: The Chicago Series on Sexuality, Gender, and Culture. University of Chicago Press. Pyle, Bryan; Wise, Joseph . Ritchie, Elspeth Cameron (2017). Gay Mental Healthcare Providers and Patients in the Military: Personal Experiences and Clinical Care.

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the coauthor of Sexual Conduct-a book that introduced the seminal concept of sexual scripting-and as one of the coauthors of The Social Organization of Sexuality, a foundational work that is widely considered to be the most important study of human sexual behavior since the Kinsey report.

Sub-Genre: Friendship. Publisher: University of Chicago Press

Sub-Genre: Friendship. Series Title: Worlds of Desire: The Chicago Series on Sexuality, Gender, & Culture. Publisher: University of Chicago Press. Author: Peter M Nardi. Based on surveys and interviews of two hundred gay men, Peter Nardi's new study presents the first book-length examination of contemporary urban gay men's friendships. Through friendship, gay identities and communities are created, transformed, maintained, and reproduced.

This is at once a collection of analytical essays and a work of policy advocacy; unfortunately, the latter dominates the former

This is at once a collection of analytical essays and a work of policy advocacy; unfortunately, the latter dominates the former. Some of the studies (for example, on foreign militaries' policies) are quite good; others are tendentious.

Can the U.S. military integrate gay personnel into its ranks and still accomplish its mission? In 1993, this question became the center of a heated debate when President Clinton attempted to lift the long-standing ban on gays in the military. This debate persists because the compromise policy "Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Pursue," faces serious legal challenges, and is likely to go to the Supreme Court before the end of the decade. Just below the surface of this debate rages a more general argument about the status of gay people in America.Both sides base their views on assumptions about the consequences of integration. Even defenders of the ban grudgingly acknowledge that homosexuals are fully capable of serving with distinction. Few question gay service members' abilities or patriotism; justifications for the ban are now predicated on heterosexuals' negative reactions.Out in Force refutes the notions that homosexuality is incompatible with military service and that gay personnel would undermine order and discipline. Leading social science scholars of sexual orientation and the military offer reasoned and comprehensive discussions about military organizations, human sexuality, and attitudes toward individuals and groups. They demonstrate forcefully that the debate is really about the military as an institution, and how that institution will adapt to larger social changes. The contributors show that the ban could be successfully eliminated, and set forth a program for implementation. In sorting opinion from fact, myth from reality, Out in Force stands as an invaluable guide for the military, lawmakers, and the courts as they continue to grapple with this question of institutional and societal change.
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