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Doing families: Gay and Lesbian Family Practices

Izbor pripravil: Roman Kuhar, Judit Takács
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By bringing together a variety of academic accounts from mostly European countries on factors inciting, restricting, straining, training, discouraging and encouraging gay and lesbian family practices, and presenting research findings previously not available for English speaking audiences, Doing families contributes to the still ongoing epistemological and moral debates about the meaning(s) of family life.


The book is about lesbian and gay families - or more precisely: about specific frameworks within or without which family practices of gays and lesbians can be lived and interpreted in Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden and the United States. Following David Morgan's active and practical approach that sees family "less of a noun and more of an adjective or, possibly, a verb", Doing families focuses on how lesbians and gays are ‘doing family' besides doing class, gender and a lot of other things all at the same time. 

During at least the last two decades one of the main questions of family sociology has been whether, borrowing Judith Stacey's term, we are brave enough for doing brave new families. The authors of this book certainly believe so.
 
Table of contents


Foreword:
When Parallels Meet: The Family of Sex and the Sexualisation of the Family
(Éric Fassin)


Gays and Lesbians (un)Doing family - An introduction
(Roman Kuhar & Judit Takács)


1. Sex and the Family: Intersections between Family, Gender, Reproduction and Same-Sex Sexuality in Spain
(José Ignacio Pichardo Galán)


2. Parenting of the Fittest? Lesbian and Gay Family Planning in Germany
(Elke Jansen)


3. (In)Appropriate Mothers - Policy Discourses on Fertility Treatment for Lesbians in Denmark, Finland and Sweden
(Maria Carbin, Hannele Harjunen, Elin Kvist)


4. LGBT Families, Youth, and Sexuality in the United States
(Guillaume Marche)


5. Homoparentality in Italy: Myth of Stigmatisation?
(Daniela Danna)


6. Grandparenting in French Lesbian and Gay Families
(Martine Gross)


7. Do Families Have Sexual Orientation? An Interview with Judith Stacey
(Roman Kuhar & Judit Takács)


From reviews


This volume is extremely timely. By highlighting important disparities in the ways which gay and lesbian families are regulated, this collection raises crucial questions about the project of a united Europe. Indeed, common phenomena are now occurring all across the continent. However, for political and sometimes religious reasons, the rights to which these families are entitled vary considerably, and several countries are still trying to ignore a growing social reality. Against this backdrop, this book undoubtedly enriches our knowledge. It confirms that families are formed through social practices rather than legal frameworks and advocates letting go of legal fictions.
Dr. David Paternotte, Fonds de la recherche scientifique/Université libre de Bruxelles


This book represents an important contribution to the understanding of the everyday life of gay and lesbian families. It shows how these families are created through everyday life itself where individual agency plays a crucial role with important effects not only at the micro but also at the macro social level. By its diversity in topics, the book provides new information and the latest perspectives on everyday life realities. It will be of particular interest to various audiences, from students and researchers in social sciences to activists and policy makers and above all to gay and lesbian families themselves.
Dr. Alenka Švab, University of Ljubljana

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  • Obseg/št. strani: 161
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  • Jezik: slovenski
  • Vezava: Broširana
  • ISBN/EAN: 9789616455718
  • Mere izdelka vxš: 23 x 15,6 cm
  • Založba Mirovni Inštitut
  • Izbor Pripravil: Roman, Judit
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