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Readings and References

P-SEC Research Group (Psycho-Social Ethnography of the Commonplace)

May 29, 2015 — http://p-sec.org/
http://www.cbc.ca/player/News/ID/1644428083/
http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2013/06/when-the-canadian-government-used-gay-detectors-to-try-to-get-rid-of-homosexual-government-employees/
http://dailyxtra.com/canada/news/peter-mackay-retreats-gay-veterans-issue
https://www.facebook.com/filmcitizenjane
http://www.nytimes.com/1991/10/11/world/canada-ending-anti-gay-army-rules.html
https://www.nfb.ca/film/secrets_de_polichinelle
http://www.nfb.ca/film/open_secrets/
http://www.radio-canada.ca/regions/alberta/2013/06/07/003-drapeau-fierte-gaie-base-militaire-edmonton.shtml
http://p-sec.org/site/assets/files/1160/cbc_w6_lynne.mp3
http://www.cbc.ca/player/News/ID/2390208419/
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lynne_Gouliquer/contributions
See Canada, House of Commons Debates, (April 27, 1992), 9713-14.
Lynne Gouliquer, "Negotiating Sexuality: Lesbians in the Canadian Military," in Women's Bodies, Women's Lives: Health, Well-Being and Body Image, edited by Baukje Miedema, Janet M. Sheppard and Vivienne Anderson, (Toronto: Sumach Press, 2000), 254-276.
Lynne Gouliquer, “What Gay Servicewomen can tell us about the gender order. Feminism(s) Challenge the Traditional Disciplines,” (MCRTW Mongraph Series No. 1). (McGill University, Montréal, Québec: McGill Centre for Research on Teaching and Women, 2001).
Lynne Gouliquer and Carmen Poulin, “For Better and for Worse: Psychological Demands and Structural Impacts on Gay Servicewomen and their Long-term Partners.” In D. Pawluch, W. Shaffier & C. Miall (Eds.) Doing Ethnography: Studying Everyday Life (pp. 323-335). (Toronto: Canadian Scholars' Press, 2005). (Authorship order was determined randomly).
Lynne Gouliquer, Carmen Poulin and Kristina Hobson, “Health Implications for gay soldiers: Canadian military policies and practices (2012).” Unpublished manuscript.
Gary Kinsman and Patrizia Gentile, The Canadian War on Queers: National Security as Sexual Regulation, (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2010).
Carmen Poulin and Lynne Gouliquer, “Clandestine existences and secret research: Eliminating official discrimination in the Canadian military and going public in academia.” (Journal of Lesbian Studies, 16(1), 54-64, 2012).
Carmen Poulin, Lynne Gouliquer and Jennifer Moore, “Discharged for Homosexuality from the Canadian military: Health Implications for Lesbians.” (Feminism & Psychology, 19(4), 497-516, 2009).
Carmen Poulin,” The military is the wife and I am the mistress: Partners of gay servicewomen.” (Atlantis, 26(1), 65 – 76, 2001).
Hector Mackenzie, “Purged … From Memory: The Department of External Affairs and John Holmes,” International Journal: Canadian Institute of International Affairs, 59, 2 (2004), 375-86.
Jennifer Moore, Carmen Poulin, and Lynne Gouliquer, “Partners of Canadian lesbian soldiers: Examining the military family social support system.” (Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne, 50(2a), 99, 2009).
“PM Denounced 1960s Purge of Homosexual Civil Servants,” Globe and Mail, April 28, 1992


Media Contacts for We Demand An Apology Network:
Brenda Barnes (Whitehorse) (w) 867-667-4441; (h) 867-393-3018; brenda@yukonwitt.org
Lynne Gouliquer (Fredericton) 506-457-0855; mgouliqu@unb.ca
Gary Kinsman (Toronto) 647-385-4221; gkinsman@laurentian.ca
Carmen Poulin (Fredericton) (506) 458-7800; carmen@unb.ca
Paul Richard (Montreal) 514-286-9759; richardjpaule@videotron.ca
Martine Roy (Montreal) 514-514-246-8411; martine.zuni@videotron.ca


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