5 edition of Parenting in Planned Lesbian Families found in the catalog.
February 2, 2005
by Amsterdam University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
A total of planned lesbian families and heterosexual families were compared on several aspects of the decision‐making process related to parenthood. Before discussing and interpreting the results, it should be mentioned that the educational level of the planned lesbian families involved in this study is by: Do lesbian mothers feel rejected, and if so, does this have a negative impact on their role as a parent, and does it negatively influence child adjustment? All these questions are examined in 'Parenting in Planned Lesbian Families', this by studying two-mother families and compare them with heterosexual families. It is the largest study Author: Henny Bos.
Do lesbian mothers feel rejected, and if so, does this have a negative impact on their role as a parent, and does it negatively influence child adjustment? All these questions are examined in 'Parenting in Planned Lesbian Families', this by studying two-mother families and compare them with heterosexual : Henny Bos. Since then, Dutch law only permits open-identity donation. The present study compared the well-being of adolescents conceived before through known, open-identity, and anonymous donors, and born into planned lesbian parent families (i.e., the mothers identified as lesbian before the children were conceived).Cited by: 1.
Lesbian families Adolescence Problem behavior Stigmatization abstract In this study, we compared internalizing and externalizing problem behavior of 67 Dutch adolescents (Mage ¼ ) in planned lesbian families who were matched with 67 ado-lescents in heterosexual-parent families. We also examined whether homophobic stig-. One hundred planned lesbian‐parent families (i.e., two‐mother families in which the child was born to the lesbian relationship) were compared with heterosexual‐parent families on child adjustment, parental characteristics, and child rearing. Questionnaires, observations, and a diary of activities were used to collect the by:
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All these questions are examined in ‘Parenting in Planned Lesbian Families’, this by studying two-mother families and compare them with heterosexual families. It is the largest study on planned lesbian families to date.
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The Lesbian and Gay Parenting Handbook by April Martin is an indispensable resource for lesbians and gay men who are thinking about, or involved in, parenting. Martin, a psychologist and lesbian parent of two children, has compiled advice and information from almost 60 families and has drawn on her own experience.
She touches on every aspect of gay and lesbian parenting Cited by: Parenting in planned lesbian families. [Henny Bos] -- PhD thesis on research on lesbian families in which the children were born to the lesbian relationship (planned lesbian families).
There is a consensus among. This is both a good book for lesbian parents, and a good parenting book in general. The first half focused on issues exclusive to or more pronounced in lesbian families--coming out, bio vs.
non-bio moms, divorce, racial issues/interracial families, and other things like by: Planned Parenthood delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of people worldwide.
Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. is a registered (c)(3) nonprofit under EIN Donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowable under the law. The U.S. National Longitudinal Lesbian Family Study (NLLFS) was initiated in to provide prospective, descriptive, longitudinal data on the first wave of planned lesbian families.
The publication is provided for the use of clinicians, researchers, students, lawyers and parents involved in legal and policy issues related to lesbian and gay parenting.
"Lesbian and Gay Parenting" is the successor to "Lesbian and Gay Parenting: A Resource for Psychologists" (). It is divided into three parts. This new study, by Dr. Gartell and Dr. Bos, was launched in with a goal of following children of planned lesbian families into adulthood.
'As lesbians, we needed a guidebook on parenting' Camilla Palmer When Hannah Latham was pregnant, she felt as if she and her partner Rowena were the only people in the world in their situation. of lesbian couples’ relationship quality, in the transition to parenthood in planned families.
Goldberg and Sayer quantitatively examined relationship quality in 29 committed lesbian cou- ples, where one of the women was the biological mother of the child. They found that conflict. Child Adjustment and Parenting in Planned Lesbian-Parent Families Henny M.
Bos, PhD, Frank van Balen, PhD, and Dymphna C. van den Boom, PhD University of Amsterdam One hundred planned lesbian-parent families (i.e., two-mother families in.
Read this essay on Child Adjustment and Parenting in Planned Lesbian-Parent Families. Come browse our large digital warehouse of free sample essays. Get the knowledge you need in order to pass your classes and more. Only at ". LESBIAN & GAY PARENTING 5 LESBIAN AND GAY PARENTS AND THEIR CHILDREN: SUMMARY OF RESEARCH FINDINGS Charlotte J.
Patterson L ike families headed by heterosexual parents, lesbian and gay parents and their children are a diverse group (Arnup, ; Barrett & Tasker, ; Martin, ; Morris, Balsam, & Rothblum, ).
Unlike File Size: KB. Drawing on the real-life experiences of lesbian families and the latest information from family specialists, the authors present detailed, Drawing on the real-life experiences of lesbian families and the latest information from family specialists, the authors present detailed, chapter-by-chapter information on each stage of parenthood and child /5.
One hundred planned lesbian-parent families (i.e., two-mother families in which the child was born to the lesbian relationship) were compared with heterosexual-parent families on child adjustment, parental characteristics, and child rearing. Questionnaires, observations, and a diary of activities were used to collect the by: It compared Dutch adolescents in planned lesbian families with adolescents in heterosexual-parent families and found no significant differences.
What it did find was that where problem behavior. Research on the family building process of lesbian-headed families is limited to The National Lesbian Family Study by Gartrell and col leagues (Gartrell et ai.,).
This study has thus far provided longitudinal, descriptive data on a sample of 84 LDI two-and single-parent families residing in the United States. Written for gay and lesbian families, the book is also a wonderful addition for parents and schools interested in having books about non-traditional families on their shelves.
And Baby Makes More: Known Donors, Queer Parents and Our Unexpected Families. Edited by Susan Goldberg & Chlöe Brushwood Rose, $. Books about LGBT parenting are few and far between, but here are ten that I recommend for all LGBT parents and prospective parents.
I chose works that each showcase a variety of voices, rather than single-person memoirs, so each one would resonate as widely as possible.
I also chose books that focus on the emotional side of parenting rather than .The Dutch data come from a study which was a follow-up on an earlier study, “Parenting in Planned Lesbian Families.” In the original study we compared planned lesbian and heterosexual families on parental behavior and the experience of parenthood using parental self-reports and observations (Bos, Van Balen, & Van den Boom,Cited by: Micucci, J.
A. (). Claiming a place at the family table: Gay and lesbian families in the 21st century. [Book review of A. E. Goldberg, Lesbian and gay parents and their children: Research on the family life cycle. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association].
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