Handbook of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Administration and Policy

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Index

a
Aging issues, 137, 152
aging and mortality among gay men, 212, 213
bisexual and transgender aging, 141, 143
definition of “old, ” 138, 139
demographics, 137, 138
housing, 146, 147
list of GLBT aging resources, 151, 152
physical and mental health issues, 144
health issues, 193
policy and legal issues, 150, 151
social services, 147, 150
spirituality and religion, 145, 146

b
Bisexual issues, 133, 135
comparison of bisexual and transgender issues, 134, 135

c
Criminal justice issues, 285, 348
fraud and white-collar crime, 300, 301
GLBT Homicide, 311, 342
anti homicide enforcement and investigation, 332, 333
[Criminal justice issues]
crime tracking, 334, 336
definition of homicide, 311, 312
history of homicide issues, 312, 313
how GLBT people become victims/protect selves, 319, 320
media coverage, 339
phenomena associated with homicides, 325, 332
policy issues, 336, 338
prosecution and courts, 333, 334
resources, 341, 342
secondary victims of homicide, 313, 314, 338
types of homicides, 320, 325
GLBT staff in criminal justice system, 301, 305
Hate crimes, 293, 295
History of criminalization of GLBT life, 288, 291
communication, 288, 289
cruising, 290, 291
sodomy, 289, 290
Illegal drug use, 296, 300
Intimate partner violence, 295, 296

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