44 in collaboration with the beau monde for the Psychological work of ethnical Issues (SPSSI) at APA's annual conventionalism for a pre-convention workplace on LGBTQ support on Aug. 8, 2018, at the University of San Francisco city district campus.
Homophobia, a term often used to report hostile reactions to lesbians and gay men, implies a one-dimensional construct of attitudes as expressions of irrational fears. This paper argues that a more decomposable view is needful of the psychology of constructive and negative attitudes toward homosexual persons. supported upon a review of premature empirical research, a model is projected that distinguishes three types of attitudes according to the social group psychological function they serve: (1) experiential, categorizing social reality by one's gone interactions with homosexual persons; (2) defensive, coping with one's internal conflicts or anxieties by protrusive them onto homosexual persons; and (3) symbolic, expressing abstract philosophical concepts that are closely linked to one's whimsy of self and to one's ethnical network and point of reference groups.
National Coalition for GayandLesbian Equality and Another v Minister of Justice and Others (CCT11/98)  ZACC 15; 1999 (1) SA 6; 1998 (12) BCLR 1517 (9 October 1998)
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