Local community contexts include, for example, workplaces, schools, healthcare settings, religious congregations, and local residential communities Oswald et al. Finally, two studies conducted in Spain explored the socio-emotional functioning of children of same-sex parents. LGBT people were increasingly more likely to be stressed as campaign ads increased.
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The data are fully deidentified, and, since the analysis of these data are secondary, this study did not require review by the institutional review board. Respondents come from a nationally representative sample, the Gallup Daily tracking poll, which measures political and social attitudes, well-being, and demographic characteristics of the US adult population How about stress?
Duly reported, but those were the ones that we know about. Discussion Voter referendums are commonly used to expand or limit rights afforded to minority groups 124. Initial examinations found that children of families headed by same-sex parents, reported significantly less behavioral problems internalizing and externalizing positive and negative effects of same sex marriage in Denton than other families, and kids of stepfamilies reported higher rates of behavioral problems.
Dependent variables. This dataset was combined with official records of television media market ad-buy data in states where marriage equality was on the ballot. Additional research is needed to determine the full, long-term impacts of marriage equality on SMW, especially within sub-groups that are more marginalized and understudied.
The impact of civil union legislation on minority stress, depression, and hazardous drinking in a diverse sample of sexual-minority women: A natural experiment.
Results Sexual minority women described the impact of same-sex marriage legalization across three broad thematic areas: impact on interpersonal interactions in the workplace; impacts on social interactions in extended social networks; and impacts on community contexts and queer communities.
This is my relationship. Drawing on the theories and empirical evidence reviewed above, we make the following predictions. The current study is part of a larger mixed methods research project designed to describe the perceived impact of same-sex marriage legalization and other political events on the health and well-being of SMW.
Perhaps no other group is more exemplary in this regard than LGBT people.