Transpeople (Khon kham-phet) in Thailand: Transprejudice, exclusion, and the presumption of mental illness
MetadataShow full item record
Gender identity variance (a person's identification as belonging to a gender other than that into which he or she was allocated at birth) appears to be a crosscultural and trans-historical aspect of human diversity; people of gender variant identity have been present in many societies across many historical periods. In the past, such people were often mistakenly labelled as "hermaphrodites", even when their physiologies were indubitably male or female. In recent decades, gender-variant people in the West have come to be called transsexual, sometimes transgender, often more informally as "transpeople". © 2011 by Hong Kong University Press, HKU. All Rights Reserved.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Gender, grade-level and stream differences in learning environment and student attitudes in primary science classrooms in SingaporePeer, Jarina (2011)A major focus of this research was the validity and reliability of a learning environment and attitude questionnaire in primary school classrooms in Singapore. The learning environment scales were chosen from Constructivist ...
Standards of Care for the Health of Transsexual, Transgender, and Gender-Nonconforming People, Version 7Coleman, E.; Bockting, W.; Botzer, M.; Cohen-Kettenis, P.; DeCuypere, G.; Feldman, J.; Fraser, L.; Green, J.; Knudson, G.; Meyer, W.; Monstrey, S.; Adler, R.; Brown, G.; Devor, A.; Ehrbar, R.; Ettner, R.; Eyler, E.; Garofalo, R.; Karasic, D.; Lev, A.; Mayer, G.; Meyer-Bahlburg, H.; Hall, B.; Pfaefflin, F.; Rachlin, K.; Robinson, B.; Schechter, L.; Tangpricha, V.; van Trotsenburg, M.; Vitale, A.; Winter, Sam; Whittle, S.; Wylie, K.; Zucker, K. (2012)The Standards of Care (SOC) for the Health of Transsexual, Transgender, and Gender Nonconforming People is a publication of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH). The overall goal of the SOC ...
Jefferson, Therese; Austen, Siobhan (2015)In early 2013 the prominent mainstream economist, Judith Sloan, claimed that the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) was ‘ignorant’ about both economics and statistics (Sloan, 2013). The cause of Sloan’s claim was a ...