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Since the s, questions about same-sex parenting have been included in many of the measures of anti-homosexual prejudice e. In this study participants responded to a vignette describing a scene at a restaurant in which a 4-year-old boy misbehaved and one of his two parents intervenes.
Each participant was presented with a vignette see Appendix A. The child picks up the bowl and starts to throw it. Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Voices of gay Austin; pp. Better tools are needed to explore how and when subtle prejudice continues to influence inter-group relations in a variety of socially and politically important situations.
See other articles in PMC that cite the published article. Future research should explore how modern prejudice has influenced these judgments and the experiences of gay men, lesbians, and bisexuals who occupy these roles.
A Human Rights Campaign Report. Traditional Heterosexism The child gets upset and one of the parents responds. The second hypothesis, therefore, was that modern anti-homosexual prejudice will moderate the evaluation of the parenting practices of same-sex parents relative to opposite sex parents, but only in negative parenting situations, where doing so would not suggest overtly anti-gay anti-lesbian attitudes.
Of the 4 vignettes in each category, the sex of the adult parents in the vignette was randomized.
OCLC In some countries the donor can choose to be anonymous for example in Spain and in others they cannot have their identity withheld United Kingdom. Those who do participate in this type of research are usually relatively open about their homosexuality and, therefore, may bias the research towards a particular group of gay and lesbian parents.