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The construction of ethnic identity: insights from identity process theory
Ethnicity has received much empirical and theoretical attention in the social sciences. Yet, it has scarcely been explored in terms of its relationship with the motivational principles of identity. Here it is argued that ...
Disfigurement: the challenges for identity and the strategies for coping
Living with disfigurement can constitute a psycho- logically challenging position for both adults and young peo- ple alike. The present paper explores the potential implications of living with disfigurement for identity ...
Perceptions of ‘coming out’ among British Muslim gay men
(Taylor and Francis, 2011)
The cultural processes of heteronormativity and compulsory heterosexuality are acutely active within Islamic societies. The present study explored perceptions of ‘coming out’ among a group of British Muslim gay men (BMGM), ...
Identity processes, threat and interpersonal relations: accounts from British Muslim gay men
(Taylor and Francis, 2012)
This study explores identity processes, identity threat, and inter- personal relations with other gay men in a qualitative inter- view study with a sample of young British Muslim gay men of Pakistani background. Transcripts ...