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Name: Patricia Lynn PardiePen Name: Lynn Pardie Genre: Born:
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Illinois ConnectionPardie currently resides in Central Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationDr. Pardie currently serves as the chief academic and budget officer for the University of Illinois Springfield campus.A native of Muscatine, Iowa, Pardie is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Iowa where she was awarded a degree in Psychology with Highest Distinction and received the Ernest R. Johnson Memorial Prize for Academic Standing. She also holds a Ph.D. in Psychology from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and is a licensed clinical psychologist. Pardie joined the faculty of the University of Illinois Springfield in 1989 and is a tenured professor in the Psychology Department.
- The Construction of Attitudes Toward Lesbians & Gay Men, Routledge, 1999
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The Construction of Attitudes Toward Lesbians and Gay Men
ISBN: 1560239425 Routledge. 1999 Discover new information and perspectives on why today’s culture holds prejudice toward gay men and lesbians!The Construction of Attitudes Toward Lesbians and Gay Men explores the pervasiveness and widespread social acceptance of heterosexism in the United States by analyzing existing social and political systems for their representative beliefs. As a scholar or student of psychology, sociology, women’s studies/gay & lesbian studies, or social work who is concerned with the need for positive change in attitudes toward same-sex relationships at cultural, this book is for you. You will learn more about current indicators of heterosexism and homonegativity at multiple levels of representation, and better understand the cultural obstacles and openings for attitudinal transformation.IIn The Construction of Attitudes Toward Lesbians and Gay Men, empirical research, critical social analysis, theoretical development, and case study applications are used to investigate negative attitudes toward homosexuals. Some of the individual, social, and cultural prejudices that you will examine include: