Social attitudes Prejudice Violence. Homewood: Dorsey Press. Herald Scotland. Research conducted by Regnerus ab stands apart because it has been widely brought forth as evidence that children in same-sex parent families do not fare, as well as children in different-sex families.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin; Adoption is a great way for same-sex couples to grow their families, but there are some advantages and challenges of adoption to take into consideration before beginning the process. At some points, partners impose stress on each other, and at other times they provide invaluable emotional support.
Qualitative Health Research. Since the Research on same sex adoption in Laval Court ruling insome states have advanced legislation that gives private adoption professionals the ability to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation. Perry and respondent Edith Schlain Windsor.
Approaches to and outcomes of dyadic interview analysis. As legal options have expanded for same-sex couples, more studies have compared people in same-sex marriages and civil unions or registered domestic partnerships with people in different-sex married partnerships e.
The law went into effect on 27 June He acts as a scientific advisor for various organizations, most notably for training and prevention programs. In Octoberthe law was signed by President and took effect. Because same-sex parent families can at the most have one biological parent, comparisons to step families may be most prudent.
Wendy D. Summary To date, the consensus in the social science literature is clear: in the United States, children living with two same-sex parents fare, as well as children residing with two different-sex parents. Parent practices and home-school partnerships: A differential effect for children with same-sex coupled parents?
In: Baumle AK, editor. The aim of this review was to note that the strengths and weaknesses of prior research and offer a scientific assessment of what can and cannot be concluded from the evidence. We denote whether the studies are based on nationally representative data or convenience samples; the number of children in same-sex parent families; the age range of children; and type of same-sex parent family.