The following articles available through the UO Libraries address cisgender privilege through various disciplinary lenses. Be sure to log in with your DuckID in order to view or download full-text electronic articles.
Garvey, Jason C. and Susan R. Rankin. “The Influence of Campus Experiences on the Level of Outness Among Trans-Spectrum and Queer-Spectrum Students.” Journal of Homosexuality 62:3 (2015): 373-393.
Henning, Carlos Eduardo. “Is Old Age Always Already Heterosexual (and Cisgender)? The LGBT Gerontology and the Formation of the ‘LGBT Elders.’” Vibrant: Virtual Brazilian Anthropology 13, no. 1 (2016): 132-154.
Johnson, Julia R. “Cisgender Privilege, Intersectionality, and the Criminalization of CeCe McDonald: Why Intercultural Communication Needs Transgender Studies.” Journal of International and Intercultural Communication 6 (May 2013): 135-144.
Sumerau, J.E., Ryan T. Cragun, and Lain A.B. Mathers. “Contemporary Religion and the Cisgendering of Reality.” Social Currents 3, no. 3 (2016): 293-311.
Westbrook, Laurel, and Aliya Saperstein. “New Categories Are Not Enough: Rethinking the Measurement of Sex and Gender in Social Surveys.” Gender & Society 29 (August 2015): 534-560.
Below are some of the journals and databases in the UO Libraries collection that can help you find articles about cisgender privilege and transgender studies. Some of these provide full-text access to articles, while others provide only citation information and abstracts (summaries); you can use InterLibrary Loan (ILL) to request copies of articles that UO does not have.
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