A part of Reports from CDASA Small Grant Recipients. Will be presented in conjunction with  “Exposure to Parental Substance Abuse: Implications for Well-Being across the Life Course”

Despite evidence of growing international acceptance of and support for same-sex couples, nations continue to vary widely in their attitudes about homosexuality and the rights extended to same-sex couples. Further, very little is known about the extent to which respondents embrace same-sex parents as equivalent to heterosexual parents, how this varies comparatively and what shapes differential support between individuals. We address these issues with cross-sectional data from the 2012 International Social Survey Program module on Family and Changing Gender Roles.

 

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