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The Right to Be Out: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in America's Public Schools, Second Edition


reviewed by Emalee J. W. Quickel - May 24, 2019

coverTitle: The Right to Be Out: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in America's Public Schools, Second Edition
Author(s): Stuart Biegel
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis
ISBN: 1517905729, Pages: 376, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 24, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22808, Date Accessed: 9/22/2019 1:05:32 PM

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  • Emalee Quickel
    Loyola University Maryland
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    EMALEE J. W. QUICKEL, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Clinical Supervisor at Loyola University Maryland. She graduated with her Ph.D. in Clinical Health Psychology from the University of North Carolina Charlotte. Research interests include legal decision-making, LGBTQ+ campus climate, and mindfulness. Recent publications include a book chapter about campus climate for LGBTQ+ college students in the Southeastern United States (Bracken, Winters, & Quickel, 2018), an article about race and culpability in plea bargaining (Quickel & Zimmerman, 2019), and an article about mindfulness acquisition and symptom reduction in a partial hospital program (Mochrie, Lothes, Quickel, St. John, & Carter, in press). Current projects include a follow-up study using a Policy Capturing methodology to examine racial differences in plea decisions, and the supervision of several student dissertations in the following areas: mindfulness interventions for substance abuse, mental health needs for formerly incarcerated Black men, the relationship between psychological, neuropsychological, and psychosocial mitigating evidence and defendant race on sentencing decisions, and access to care for South Asian women in the United States who have experienced a sexual assault. Clinical interests include working with legally-involved populations and LGBTQ+ populations, mindfulness and acceptance-based interventions, and borderline personality disorder.
 
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