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James M. Croteau & Madonna G. Constantine

In: Deconstructing Heterosexism in the Counseling Professions: A Narrative Approach

Chapter 21: Race and Sexual Orientation in Multicultural Counseling: Navigating Rough Waters

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Race and Sexual Orientation in Multicultural Counseling: Navigating Rough Waters
Race and sexual orientation in multicultural counseling: Navigating rough waters
James M.CroteauWestern Michigan UniversityMadonna G.ConstantineTeachers College, Columbia University

Analyses by several authors indicated that a number of different perspectives appear consistently in multicultural counseling literature (Carter, 1995; Carter & Qureshi, 1995; Helms & Richardson, 1997). The tension between two of those perspectives represents what has been called one of the “the most problematic” definitional issues in multicultural counseling (Sue, 2001, p. 791). On one hand, there is a “focused” or “race-based” perspective emphasizing issues of racism, race, and/or ethnicity (e.g., Carter, 1995; Helms & Richardson, 1997; Locke, 1990). On the other hand, there is an “inclusive” or “broad” perspective which focuses across an array of sociodemographic factors ...

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