Latinx Queer Psychology: Contributions to the Study of Lgbtiq+, Sexual and Gender Diversity Issues (Hardcover)
1.Introduction: LGBTIQ+ sexual and gender diversity psychology from a Latino perspective.- 2. Contributions of the Liberating Community Psychology Approach to Psychosocial Practice on Sexual and Gender Diversity.- 3.The diaspora of identity. A cuir look upon identifications in the photograph of Lariza Hatrick.- 4.Resisting by Existing: Trans Latinx Mental Health, Well-being, and Resilience in the United States.- 5.LGBTAIQ+ research in Puerto Rico: What has been documented?.- 6.Psychology and LGBTI+: science, power, and politics on queer perspectives in Brazil.- 7.Psychology and the LGBTI+ question in Uruguay: the Uruguayan Psychoanalysis Journal as a case study. 8.Homosexuality justification and social distance: A cross cultural approach from Latin America using World Values Survey data.- 9.Psychology training and awareness of heteronormativity. Understanding emergent strategies for LGBTQ+ affirmative care in Bogot - Colombia.- 10.Queering psychology or psychologists? Retrospective reflections of a performative autoethnographic intervention in the Costa Rican Psychology Association.
About the Author
Reynel Alexander Chaparro holds an MSc and a PhD in social psychology from the National University of Colombia. He created the student group Psychological Intervention and Sexual Diversity in which community intervention projects were developed on topics related to sexual orientations, gender identities and the link between religion/spirituality and sexual diversity. His work has been focused on the understanding of sexual and gender diversities, as well as LGBTIQ+ identities, and their dynamics in different contexts of health intervention, both in Colombia and Brazil. Since 2016, he is the representative of the Colombian College of Psychologists (COLPSIC) in IPsyNet, the International Psychology Network for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Issues, of the American Psychological Association (APA).Marco Aurelio Maximo Prado is a full professor at the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil, where he is the director of the Research Group in Human Rights and LGBTI citizenship. He holds a PhD in social psychology from the Federal University of Minas Gerais and has been awarded a Fulbright fellowship in the Brazilian Studies Chair at University of Massachusetts Amherst. He has conducted research about political participation and LGBTI rights, transgender and public health in Brazil, and the construction of criminalization in transgender identities by the judicial discourse. Marco Prado is currently teaching in the Graduate Program in Psychology of the Federal University of Minas Gerais, working on an interdisciplinary perspective about gender, sexuality, and politics in Brazil. He has also published research articles in scientific journals and he is a co-author of many books about gender, homosexuality, transgender experience, social psychology perspectives, and political thoughts in social psychology.