Hansard, 6 August ". Approaches to and outcomes of dyadic interview analysis. A narrative synthesis of 57 papers including systematic reviews, narrative reviews, meta-analyses and primary research.
Multilevel modeling approaches to the study of LGBT-parent families: Methods for dyadic data analysis. Differences between partners from heterosexual, gay, and lesbian cohabiting couples. Google Preview. MSM activity made legal Scotland. Figure 1. Functionalism Conflict theory Symbolic interactionalism Queer theory.
Just as masculinity is the symbolic norm, so too has heterosexuality come to signify normalcy.
The effect of social relationships on psychological well-being: Are men and women really so different? Retrieved 4 June International research increasingly demonstrates that lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex LGBTI people are frequently marginalized and experience significant health inequalities.
State-level policies and psychiatric morbidity in lesbian, gay, and bisexual populations. Wired Magazine. Hansard, 6 August ".
Yet the comparison of partnered to unpartnered persons has led to some of the most fundamental findings about different-sex relationships, showing, for example, that married and cohabiting different-sex partners are wealthier, healthier, and live longer than the unmarried Waite, Experimental and quasi-experimental designs for generalized causal inference.
Hatzenbuehler has been at the forefront of research using quasi-experimental designs to consider how same-sex marriage laws influence health care expenditures for sexual minority men Hatzenbuehler et al. For example, Blosnich and Bossarte aggregated 3 years of state-level data from 24 states to compare rates and consequences of intimate partner violence in same- and different-sex relationships and found that victims of intimate partner violence report poorer health outcomes regardless of sex of perpetrator.
The full list and summary of 57 papers are thus provided in an accompanying Supplementary data.