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STATISCTICS midterm - for another 40 years 1950s-early...

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STATISCTICS SOCIOLOGY MIDTERM II Colonial Era- church control No homosexual identity Until 1880- separation of spheres No homosexual identity 1880- 1950s (about)- medical and legal control Homosexuality was a “disease” The concept of homosexuality as a sexual identity first came into play Early 20 th century- early adulthood brings increased opportunities 1948- Kinsey Report Large study on “The sexuality of the Human Male” and no large studies like this
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Unformatted text preview: for another 40 years 1950s-early 1960s- cold war repression Challenge to “golden age of the family”-Increasing legislative discrimination, aggressive enforcement 1960s + Gay rights movement 1990s+ Civil rights challenge, decreasing stigma, gay marriage 1991- Baley & Pillard study Compared 161 male homosexuals with a twin or adoptive sibling 2002- National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG) Large study on sexual orientation and identity...
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