3 edition of Historical Perspectives on Homosexuality (Journal of Homosexuality Series : Volume 6 No 1/2) (Journal of Homosexuality Series : Volume 6 No 1/2) found in the catalog.
Historical Perspectives on Homosexuality (Journal of Homosexuality Series : Volume 6 No 1/2) (Journal of Homosexuality Series : Volume 6 No 1/2)
Salvatore J. Licata
by Haworth Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
He offers a historical perspective, critiques the intrusion of political agendas into mental health practice, and then reviews biologically based treatment modalities. The review by Gonsiorek follows, outlining the empirical reasons why the illness model of homosexuality was discarded. 2 Historical Perspectives May Ancient Greece, and specifically Athens, is well known for its tolerance of homosexuality. In Sir Kenneth J. Dover’s Greek Homosexuality (), Dover differentiates ancient Greek homosexuality from.
November , Vol. 56, No. 10, Pg 72, "My Top 5 Books on Homosexuality" More From: Wesley Hill This article is from the November issue. Historical and Scientific Perspectives on Homosexuality In the present state of the debate about homosexuality, it is clear that there are two opposing views held about homosexuality. One asserts that homosexuality is legitimate; the other one asserts that homosexual they are not legitimate.
Pope Francis has discouraged homosexual men from entering priesthood. Prior to the 12th century, even celebrated priests could write about . Abstract. Homosexuality is the sexual attraction or romantic behavior between members of the same gender. Belonging to either of the known categories of sexual orientation, can be referred to as an individual's sense of personal and social identity, based on same-sex attractions and membership to a group of others with the same orientation.
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Fascinating reading on the plight of gay men and women through the ages. The contributors to this compassionate book document Historical Perspectives on Homosexuality book society has made life difficult and even dangerous for homosexual. Fascinating reading on the plight of gay men and women through the ages.
The contributors to this compassionate book document how society has made life difficult and even dangerous for homosexual people.
Through narrative history as well as biography, these essays trace the legal, social, and physical consequences of this oppression.3/5.
Historical Perspectives on Homosexuality was written by a distinguished group of scholars under the editorial auspices of the Journal of Homosexuality and the Center for Homosexual Education, Evaluation and Research at San Francisco State University.
It is the second volume of the monograph series Research on Homosexuality. The myth of lesbian impunity: capital laws from to / Louis Crompton --A lesbian execution in Germany, the trial records / translated by Brigitte Eriksson --Sodomy and heresy in early modern Switzerland / E.
William Monter --Conceptions of homosexuality and sodomy in Western history / Arthur N. Gilbert --Ho hum, another work of.
This book is an overview of homosexuality over various time periods and cultures, and its connections with other social trends. It's well written and well organized and fairly comprehensive, especially with respect to European history.
However, it is very Eurocentric, devoting only one chapter to Asia and almost no space to Africa or the Americas/5(26). Homosexuality in Perspective A Critical Discourse Analysis of the International Debate on Homosexuality in Uganda Karoline Børli Sivertsen Master`s thesis Religion and Society flagging the western history of “colonialism, imperialism and exploitation” (Shankar, ).
Topics include biblical interpretation, sexuality and doctrine, local history, sexuality and personhood, the influence of other faiths, issues of colonialism and post-colonialism, homophobia, and.
A Christian Perspective on Homosexuality William Lane Craig. Summary. One of the most volatile and important issues facing the Church today is the question of homosexuality as an alternative lifestyle.
The Church cannot duck this question. “They were afraid you’d be too historical-critical!”. Homosexuality in History and the Scriptures tiptoes closer to reality than many Adventist writings, but this meager advance and its perfunctory call for compassion hardly mitigate the book's faults.1/5(1).
Psychiatric theories of homosexuality have included the following: that homosexuality is a regression to the earliest (oral) stage of development; that most families of homosexuals are characterized by an overprotective mother and an absent father; or that homosexuals fear engulfment by a dominant mother in the pre-Oedipal phase.
The book of Genesis () along with Jesus’ teaching on marriage and divorce (e.g. Matthew ) presents marriage between a man and a woman as the only divinely designed place for sexual relations. And throughout the Bible heterosexual marriage is the human construct most often used to reveal truths about God’s relationship to his people.
The book argued that the Roman Catholic Church had not always been as hostile to gay people, and indeed, until the 12th century, had thought homosexuality no. Herrn R. On the history of biological theories of homosexuality.
Journal of Homosexuality: Special issue: Sex cells, and same-sex desire: The biology of sexual preference. ; – [Google Scholar] Jayaratne TE. White and Black Americans’ genetic explanations for perceived gender, class, and race differences: The psychology of. This book will ultimately change your perspective on war and love.
In the era of Vietnam, O'Brien writes the stories that were true to him in the build up to the war, the horrors within, and the. PERSPECTIVES. REFERENCES. JOIN. DONATE. CONTACT. More. A Timeline of Gay World History. Ancient Times: Cultures such as the Indian, Chinese, Egyptian, Greek and Roman accommodate homosexuality and crossdressing among a minority of its citizens since the earliest recorded times.
The castration of homosexual slaves and house servants becomes a. In Masters and Johnson and Johnson published the controversial Homosexuality in Perspective, a report on the clinical treatment of sexual problems affecting homosexuals.
In the book, they described the conversion to heterosexuality of several dozen homosexuals, whom the researchers claimed wished to function as heterosexuals.
Nissinen, Martti. Homoeroticism in the Biblical World: A Historical Perspective. Augsburg Fortress Publishers. ISBN X; Ostling, R. Book claims Jesus had homosexual relationship Chicago Sun-Times 29 May Robinson, B.
– What the Bible says about homosexuality. Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance. Christian leaders have written about homosexual male–male sexual activities since the first decades of Christianity; female–female sexual behaviour was almost entirely ignored.
Throughout the majority of Christian history most theologians and Christian denominations have viewed homosexual behavior as immoral or sinful.
Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find Historical Perspectives on Homosexuality () by Licata, Salvatore J.3/5(1). Alfred Kinsey introduced new perspectives on homosexuality with his studies of sexual behavior (Kinsey, Pomeron & Martin, ; Kinsey et al., ).
Although his studies have been criticized for a variety of reasons, such as poor sampling methods, the studies greatly increased Americans' awareness of sexuality and the range of sexual behavior. We can start with the first historical perspective involving the Western culture.
In this culture, male homosexuality was more accepted and less taboo than lesbianism. This was due in part because men were seen as the superior gender whereas women were seen .Biblical Perspectives on Homosexuality by Walter Wink Walter Wink is professor at Auburn Theological Seminary, New York City.
He received his Th.D. from Union Theological Semianry, has been active in peace movements throughout the world, and is a Fellow of the Jesus Seminar. His books include: The Powers that Be: Theology. Historical perspectives / Perspectives historiques have been forced to engage in seemingly endless and futile court battles over the seizure and destruction of books and as “a word that resists colonial definitions of who we are.” 92 Future studies on the recriminalization of homosexuality must include the perspectives of Two-Spirit.