Tag Archives: LGBTQ teens

Happiness at the End of the Rainbow: Exploring Happy Endings in Young Adult Literature with Queer Female Protagonists, 2009–2017

Colborne, Adrienne and Vivian Howard. “Happiness at the End of the Rainbow: Exploring Happy Endings in Young Adult Literature with Queer Female Protagonists, 2009–2017.” Journal of Research on Libraries & Young Adults 9 (2018). n. page. Web. <Date accessed>. 

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The 2014 Rainbow List: A Descriptive Study of the List and Ten Public Libraries’ Ownership

Creel, Stacy and Rachel McMullen. “The 2014 Rainbow List: A Descriptive Study of the List and Ten Public Libraries’ Ownership.” Journal of Research on Libraries & Young Adults 9 (2018). n. page. Web. <Date accessed>. 

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Provide the Highest Level of Service: Public Library Collections of LGBTQ* Materials for Adolescents in the United States

Brendler, Beth, Lindsay Beckman, Denice Adkins, Heather Moulaison Sandy, Natalia Wiggins-Prelas, and Vanessa Adams. “Provide the Highest Level of Service: Public Library Collections of LGBTQ* Materials for Adolescents in the United States”. Journal of Research on Libraries & Young Adults 8 … Continue reading

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“It’s Woefully Inadequate”: Collections of LGBTQ* Fiction for Teens in English Public Library Services

Elizabeth L. Chapman, Sheffield Hallam University Briony Birdi, Information School, University of Sheffield Chapman, Elizabeth J. and Briony Birdi. “It’s Woefully Inadequate”: Collections of LGBTQ* Fiction for Teens in English Public Library Services. Journal of Research on Libraries & Young … Continue reading

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Editor’s Message: Summer 2011

by Sandra Hughes-Hassell Researchers present the findings of their studies in a number of ways. While the primary avenue for dissemination is still the peer-reviewed journal, other means such as juried conference papers and presentations, as well as juried poster … Continue reading

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The Silent Message: Professional Journals’ Failure to Address LGBTQ Issues

‘ by Elizabeth Koehler ‘ Abstract: This paper discusses the pervasiveness of homophobia in our culture and its impact on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) teenagers. It argues that young adult librarians can support LGBTQ teens by collecting and promoting … Continue reading

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