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This textbook offers a comprehensive overview of research on LGBTQ-parent families. The new edition of the textbook provides updated information and expands on the range and depth of current research. The volume features contributions from scholars in psychology, sociology, human development, family studies, gender studies, sexuality studies, legal studies, social work, and anthropology. In addition, the textbook offers an international perspective, with coverage spanning many diverse nations and cultures. Chapters highlight key research, exploring sexual orientation in relation to other key…mehr

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This textbook offers a comprehensive overview of research on LGBTQ-parent families. The new edition of the textbook provides updated information and expands on the range and depth of current research. The volume features contributions from scholars in psychology, sociology, human development, family studies, gender studies, sexuality studies, legal studies, social work, and anthropology. In addition, the textbook offers an international perspective, with coverage spanning many diverse nations and cultures. Chapters highlight key research, exploring sexual orientation in relation to other key social identities, such as gender, race, and nationality. Chapters also discuss new, emerging areas of research, including asexuality and immigration. The textbook concludes with a section on the growing sophistication of research methodology in the study of LGBTQ-parent families.

The second edition includes new chapters discussing:

  • LGBTQ-parent families and health.
  • LGBTQ foster parents.
  • LGBTQ adults and sibling relationships.
  • LGBTQ-parent families and poverty.
  • LGBTQ-parent families and separation/divorce.
  • LGBTQ-parent families and religion.
  • LGBTQ-parent families and grief/loss.
  • Methods, recruitment, and sampling in research with LGBTQ families.
  • Teaching/pedagogy on LGBTQ-parent families.


LGBTQ-Parent Families, 2nd Edition, is a valuable updated resource for graduate students as well as veteran and beginning clinicians across disciplines, including family studies, family therapy, gender studies, public health, social policy, social work and child and adolescent psychology as well as related disciplines across mental health and educational services.


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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 546
  • Erscheinungstermin: 3. April 2020
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783030356101
  • Artikelnr.: 59880929
Autorenporträt
Abbie E. Goldberg is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. She received her BA in psychology from Wesleyan University, and an MA in psychology and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her research examines diverse families, including lesbian- and gay-parent families and adoptive-parent families. A central theme of her research is the decentering of any "normal" or "typical" family, sexuality, or gender, to allow room for diverse families, sexualities, and genders. Katherine R. Allen is a Professor at the Department of Human Development and Family Science at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, USA. She received her B.S. in Child Development and Family Relations from University of Connecticut, and an M.A. and Ph.D. from Syracuse University in Family Studies, with a Certificate in Gerontology. Her areas of expertise include family diversity over the life course, family gerontology, feminist family studies, LGBTQ families, and qualitative research methods.
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