The Greenwood Encyclopedia of LGBT Issues Worldwide
Edited by Chuck Stewart
December 2009, 1282pp, 7x10
3 volumes, Greenwood

Hardcover: 978-0-313-34231-8
$308, £229, 257€, A440
eBook Available: 978-0-313-34232-5
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This set is the definitive source for current information on crucial topics for emerging high-interest groups around the world.

This set has an ambitious scope with the goal of offering the most up-to-date international overview of key issues in the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals. HIV/AIDS has been a major media focus, but this set fosters a broader understanding of the status of LGBT individuals in their society. More than 70 countries are represented. The clear, accessible prose is appropriate for high school student research on up. The material is especially needed in a cultural climate that increasingly supports and requires information about LGBT populations. The content is useful for a paper on a hot topic, health classes, discussion groups, and gay-straight alliance groups.

Chuck Stewart received his PhD in education from the University of Southern California and currently works for Axia College of Phoenix University. He has written approximately 100 academic articles and fifteen academic books including a law dictionary (ABC-CLIO Publications), 3-volume encyclopedia on world culture and politics (Greenwood Publishing), diversity training programs (SAGE Publications), and environmental textbooks. He has won numerous awards including from the Institute for the Study of Human Resources (ISHR), D/B/A One Inc.

Reviews

"[A] unique reference that tackles important and controversial issues and does so worldwide. . . . The Greenwood Encyclopedia of LGBT Issues Worldwide consolidates and provides information not easily found elsewhere and does readers a valuable service by adding to our knowledge and awareness of LGBT issues and concerns. It does so in an easily accessible fashion that will have equal appeal to lay readers, high school students, and undergraduates."—Against the Grain, June 1, 2010

"This set will be useful for high school and undergraduate libraries and for public libraries with patrons interested in global LGBT issues. Summing Up: Recommended. Lower- and upper-division undergraduates; general readers."—Choice, October 1, 2010
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