(ii) Further reading

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Almack, K. (2008). Display Work: Lesbian Parent Couples and their Families of Origin Negotiating New Kin Relationships. Sociology, 42(6): 1183-1199.

Aveline, D. (2006). “Did I Have Blinders on or What?”: Retrospective Sense Making by Parents of Gay Sons Recalling Their Sons’ Earlier Years. Journal of Family Issues, 27(6): 777-802.

Barrett, Robert, and Bryan E. Robinson. (1990). Gay Fathers. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books.

Berkowitz, D. (2011). Maternal instincts, biological clocks, and soccer moms: Gay men’s parenting and family narratives. Symbolic Interaction, 34(4), 514-535.

Berkowitz, D. and William Marsiglio. (2007). Gay men negotiating procreative, father, and family identities. Journal of Marriage and Family, 69, 366-381.

Bos, Henny M. W., and Frank van Balen. (2008). Children in planned lesbian families: Stigmatisation, psychological adjustment and protective factors. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 10 Issue 3.

Bozett, Frederick W. (1985). Gay Men as Fathers. In Hanson, Shirley M.H. and Bozett, Frederick W. (eds). Dimensions of Fatherhood, Beverley Hills, CA: Sage.

Bozett, Frederick W. (1987). Gay and Lesbian Parents. New York: Praeger Press.

Bozett, Frederick W., and Marvin B. Sussman. (eds). (1990). Homosexuality and Family Relations. New York/London: Haworth Press.

Bryant, K. (2008). In Defense of Gay Children? ‘Progay’ Homophobia and the Production of Homonormativity. Sexualities, 11(4): 455-475.

Carrington, Chris. (year?). No Place Like Home: Relationships and Family Life among Lesbians and Gay Men. U of Chicago Press.

Cheng, S., & Powell, B. (2015). Measurement, methods, and divergent patterns: Reassessing the effects of same-sex parents. Social science research, 52, 615-626. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ssresearch.2015.04.005

Crouch, S. R., McNair, R., & Waters, E. (2016). Impact of family structure and socio‐demographic characteristics on child health and wellbeing in same‐sex parent families: A cross‐sectional survey. Journal of paediatrics and child health, 52(5), 499-505.

Crowl, Alicia, Soyeon Ahn & Jean Baker (2008). A Meta-Analysis of Developmental Outcomes for Children of Same-Sex and Heterosexual Parents. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 4:3, 385-407.

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