What makes a difference? Various teaching strategies to reduce homophobia in university students
Annals of Sex Research
This study sought to determine how effective lectures, discussion, small group problem-solving, explicit films, and a gay-lesbian panel might be in reducing homophobia. At five selected times during a human sexuality course, three instruments were administered measuring attitudes toward gays and lesbians, same-sex sexual and affectional behavior, and the self-esteem of student respondents. No one teaching strategy emerged as superior to any other but, rather, all yielded decreased scores on homophobia and increased scores on self-esteem over the course. © 1988 Juniper Press.
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Wells, Joel W., "What makes a difference? Various teaching strategies to reduce homophobia in university students" (1991). Faculty Publications. 4543.