8 edition of Reinventing the family found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-281) and index.
|LC Classifications||HQ76.3.U5 B46 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 289 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||289|
|LC Control Number||94004822|
A stirring but ponderous study of legal and psychological issues facing homosexual parents, by an uncloseted psychologist and teacher (Psychology/Harvard Medical School). Benkov's struggle with her own ``unwavering passion'' for motherhood led her to conduct ``discussions'' (under unspecified conditions) with gays and lesbians who achieved parenthood by various methods: Author: Laura Benkov. Reinventing Family Life Subscribe; Hide This. Member-Only Access This article is from Issue 39 of the Christian History archive. Subscribe to CT to .
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The traditional image of the family as a life-long unit is fading fast. There are fewer marriages, more divorces, and ever more children born to unmarried or single parents.
The forms of our private life are changing rapidly, and people are embarking on new lifestyles based on cohabitation, separation and same-sex partnerships. In this lively and accessible new book. Reinventing the Family is an important and timely contribution to the growing debate about the family and its future.
It will be ideal reading for students of sociology and gender studies, but will also appeal to a wide general by: "Gracefully written and lucidly argued, Benkov's study is the first sustained analysis of the emerging phenomenon of lesbian and gay parents and of the considerable obstacles they must surmount in reinventing the family." -- Publishers WeeklyCited by: Reinventing the Family: The Emerging Story of Lesbian and Gay Parents Laura Benkov, Author Crown Publishers $22 Reinventing the family book ISBN Buy this book Gracefully written and lucidly argued.
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Brave New Family Reinventing the Family: The Emerging Story of Lesbian and Gay Parents. by Laura Benkov. Crown. $ There is a baby boom now under way among. Not long after Reinventing Organizations came out, I received an email from Seamus Kennedy, a reader of Elmira, in upstate NY, exchanged a few emails, and met and become friends when I was on holidays in nearby Ithaca, exploring the wonderful ecovillage I moved to with my family since.
A few months later, Seamus asks me if he could record an audiobook version. Get this from a library. Reinventing the family: in search of new lifestyles. [Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim] -- "The traditional image of the family as a life-long unit is fading fast.
There are fewer marriages, more divorces, and ever more children born to unmarried or single parents. The forms of our private. Reinvent Yourself Major life changes are never easy, because your instincts and the urgent matters of the day work against you.
But when you learn. In the book, Laloux provides detailed case studies for several of these organizations, to help us understand their philosophies and day-to-day operations. In our complete Reinventing Organizations summary bundle we distill a few key examples and break down the key components of each of the 3 breakthrough areas.
Here’s a quick overview. Rosemary Radford Ruether is a “theologian” who teaches at Garrett-Evangelical Seminary in Evanston, Illinois. Ruether is the author of a new book, titled, Christianity and the Making of the Modern Family. In this ambitious volume, Ruether challenges the “traditional” family structure and argues for the acceptance of diverse family forms (e.g., a variety of post-marriage.
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Get this from a library. Reinventing the family: the emerging story of lesbian and gay parents. [Laura Benkov] -- "What makes a family. For generations, lesbians and gay men have been left out of any idea of family and burdened by the notion that homosexuals and children can't mix.
That era is over. From the. Reinventing the Family is an important and timely contribution to the growing debate about the family and its future. It will be ideal reading for students of sociology and gender studies, but will also appeal to a wide general readership.3/5(1).
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He served as a senior advisor to Vice President Gore inhelping to lead an effort to reform the federal government. He is currently director of the Progressive Policy Institute’s project on Reinventing America’s Alma mater: Stanford University. Reinventing our family has required me to reinvent my mindset.
No longer do I fear that Jack will miss out on the father TC was before his assault. Now I recognize how blessed our son is to have a father who exemplifies such incredible courage and determination in. "Compelling personal stories, thoroughly researched legal background, solid adviceReinventing the Family is a strikingly well-written book that every lesbian or gay man involved in, or contemplating, parenthood should read."Betty Berzon, Ph.D., author of Permanent PartnersAuthor: Laura Benkov.
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