By Daniel K Cortese
This publication highlights the strategic deployment of a directly identification by way of an LGBT association. Cortese explores the ways that activists strategically use a "straight" id as a social flow device as a way to effectively in attaining the stream ambitions.
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Extra resources for Are We Thinking Straight?: The Politics of Straightness in a Lesbian and Gay Social Movement Organization (New Approaches in Sociology: Studies in Social ... Social Changes, and Social Justice)
In these varied political environments, straight allies may make the difference in success and failure. Excluding them from the organization would only be to the detriment of SAGA. Likewise, in some places where chapters are located, the political environment is so hostile that straight people led the student-run gay/straight alliances (GSAs) in high schools because many LGBT students are too afraid to come out without the security of straight people to speak out for them (see Lee 2002 for one of the few published research on the impact of GSAs).
Interviews varied in time between thirty-five minutes and three hours, but most interviews were around ninety minutes long. indd 34 1/9/2006 3:29:28 PM Theory and Research Methods 35 following three themes: 1) Social movement experience, 2) Identities in the organization, and 3) Thoughts of the future (See Appendices C and D). Similar to the demographic questionnaire, some questions were changed for the interviews with the staff of SAGA National (See Appendix D). ” As González-López states, “story telling .
Information gathered from these stories provided additional support for the concept that activists deploy a straight identity strategically. This research method provided me with a beautiful example of how the researcher who enters the field can bring the result of empowering the participants who share their stories with me. One of the activists, Adam Lieberman, sent me a moving email several weeks after we met in April of 2003. As a young gay Jewish male co-chair of a chapter in the Southwest, he shared with me his frustrations and concerns over the chapter’s inability to fully recover from some very hostile meetings surrounding anti-LGBT situations at local school board meetings.