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|Condition||Used: Like New|
|Brand||The Guilford Press|
|Category||Books / Antiquarian Collectible|
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|Expiring On||Aug 02, 2021|
This book is the Winner of the 1998 Franklin Award for Editorial and Design Excellence, Gay/Lesbian Category.
Legal battles over same-sex marriage have drawn increasing public attention to the question of whether lesbian and gay
families can raise happy, healthy children. This pioneering volume provides an objective and long overdue look at the
experiences of the children themselves. Presenting a controlled longitudinal study of 25 children raised in lesbian-mother families, the book examines the social and psychological effects of growing up in a same-sex household---and confronts a range of myths and stereotypes along the way.
Explores the similarities and differences among young people brought up by lesbian mothers and a comparable group of young adults who were raised by single heterosexual mothers. Carrying important implications for social policy, this work confronts myths and stereotypes.
Fiona L. Tasker, PhD, is a Lecturer in Psychology at Birkbeck College, University of London, UK.
Susan Golombok, PhD, is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Family and Child Psychology Research Centre at City University, London, UK.
This is a paperback edition that is in like new condition.
It is currently listed on Amazon for $987.25 in paperback and several other online sites for over $900...so grab this book today at the bargain price of $625.00
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