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2016 | 11a | 68 - 87
Article title

Intersectionalities, dis/abilities and subjectification in deaf LGBT people: An exploratory study in Sicily

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Intersekcjonalności, nie/pełnosprawności i podmiotyzacja u niesłyszących osób LGBT. Badanie rozpoznawcze na Sycylii
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Abstracts
EN
The article discusses the multiple discrimination, normalization and stigmatization experienced by deaf LGBT youth in Sicily, Italy, on the basis of a study of their everyday life (specifically school years and peer interactions). So far in Italy, very little attention has been paid to multiple discrimination and, specifically, to homophobic violence towards disabled individuals. It is, therefore, impossible to consider any valid sampling of the desired population and very few reports have been produced. The authors, a sociologist and a psychologist, carry out an analysis of the results obtained from interviews with 15 LGBT individuals recruited through social networks, thematic chats, and associations. This preliminary analysis aims at identifying the key arguments which could form the basis for future strategic inclusion programs and further research projects.
PL
Tematem artykułu jest dyskryminacja, normalizacja i stygmatyzacja niesłyszącej młodzieży LGBT na Sycylii we Włoszech, badana w oparciu o relacje na temat życia codziennego (szczególnie lat szkolnych i interakcji z rówieśnikami). Dotychczas we Włoszech poświęcano niewiele uwagi problemowi wielorakiej dyskryminacji, a w szczególności homofobicznej przemocy wobec osób niepełnosprawnych. Niemożliwe jest tym samym by uwzględnić tu trafny i rzetelny dobór próby tejże populacji. Autorzy tekstu - socjolog i psycholog - analizują wyniki wywiadów z piętnastoma osobami LGBT zwerbowanymi poprzez media społecznościowe, czaty tematyczne i stowarzyszenia. Celem tej wstępnej analizy jest wyodrębnienie kluczowych argumentów, które mogłyby służyć jako podstawa strategicznych programów na rzecz włączenia społecznego i dalszych badań.
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11a
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68 - 87
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Contributors
  • Frederic II University of Naples
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  • University of Palermo
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