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  • The aim of this book is to communicate to mainstream public administration students, practitioners, and academicians the growth of the subfield of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender public administrative theory and practice over the past few years. The era from the Stonewall rights revolution to the present involves a transformation from marginalized activity to mainstream public administrative practice not only in the United States and Canada, but also within Australia and the European Community.

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  • The purpose of this book is to consider the woman and her health needs in her position in her life cycle, her family, and society. Women have historically been ‘‘the other’’ in medical care. Sigmund Freud and Erik Erikson considered women’s development to be deviant from the normal, which was men’s. Although the Greeks Hippocrates and Soranus wrote about women’s medical needs, women’s health concerns have either been considered abnormal, or, traditionally, been condensed to their gynecological functions and disorders, perhaps because these were their only valued functions....

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  • We are rapidly approaching the end of two decades of publication of the Annual Review of Nursing Research (ARNR) series. This nineteenth volume follows a pattern established in the eighteenth, that is, the entire volume is devoted to one area of nursing research. In this nineteenth volume the focus is women's health. Drs. Diana Taylor and Nancy Woods, well-known scientists in women's health research, have served as volume editors. They selected the content as well as the authors; their editing created this comprehensive volume,...

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  • These guidelines shall be included in all research that Aboriginal Women’s Health Research initiates. It shall be the responsibility, in the first instance, of all researchers to observe these guidelines to monitor the implementation of the guidelines and to make decisions regarding their interpretation and application.

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  • People are motivated to use ART to have a genetically related child, and circumstances vary widely: couples in which one person is infertile; 4 lesbian couples; gay male couples; a couple in which one or both partners are transgender; single straight, queer and trans women and men; women undergoing chemotherapy; women who want to delay childbearing; and couples who want to use pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) to screen against disability or for sex.

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  • Assisted reproductive technologies (ART) have enabled millions of people in the world to have biological children who otherwise would not have been able to do so. According to the European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology, more than three million babies have been born using ART worldwide in the last 30 years, enabling infertile women and men; single women and men; and lesbian, gay, and transgender couples to form genetically-related families. These new technologies have transformed the way we view reproduction.

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  • Young people deserve special attention in development settings, where they often lack access to services that adults in many countries take for granted. This makes young people vulnerable. Millions do not know how to protect themselves against unwanted pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections such as HIV, or are ill equipped to do so. Young women and girls lack decision-making power and many are subjected to gender-based violence every day. In many places, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people live in fear of discrimination and stigmatization.

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  • No one is immune from the risk of abuse. The National Center on Elder Abuse estimates that 818,000 elderly Americans were victims of domestic abuse in 1994. 16, 17 There are far fewer data on lesbian, gay, transgender, and bisexual (LGTB) victimization. However, the available literature suggests similarly high rates for LGTB adolescent and adult populations 18, 19 with higher rates in male same-sex relationships than female.

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