FSOS 4152: Queer Families

3 CreditsOnline Available

This course is designed to examine Queer people in families and their unique contribution to the understanding of diversity among families. Current research, theory, personal narratives, and opportunities for self-reflection will be pathways to learn more about the diverse experiences of those who participate in families with LGBTQ members. Course topics include: family strengths and resilience; intersectionality and identity; racism, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, and heterosexism; family of origin; chosen families; marriage and divorce; sexuality and intimacy; children and parenting; aging; unique health concerns; and culture. Methodological issues in research and clinical issues for serving LGBTQ families will also be addressed.

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B+ Average (3.315)Most Common: B (44%)

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