Love Against Hate

Un libro in lingua di Eischen Donald F. Ph.d. edito da Jones Harvest Pub, 2008

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Love Against Hate: as it Relates to Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals, and Transgenders as Reflected in the Twenty-first Century by Donald F. Eischen, Ph.D. is an in depth study of emotionally charged reactions to alternative lifestyles, commonly referred to as gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender, from the perspectives of love and hate, with the purpose of determining the extent of the affect of those emotional impacts on these groups and society as a whole. Some specific aspects studied include the physical elements, such as HIV and AIDS; the sociological, like same-sex parenting; financial, such as same-sex marriage; and emotional, such as individuality and the power of the stereotype. Primarily, this study reflects the use of media; popular, and individual attitudes and treatments of this subject in current Twenty-first Century United States society.

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