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La famille homoparentale, une représentation sociale émergente

Abstract : Homoparental families as a new pattern of family constitute a new and strange object that appears on social scene, and for which the question is to know how it will be domesticate (Moscovici, 1976). We aim to bring to the fore the homoparental family social representation which will be built. We lead two exploratory studies that aim to show that homoparental family is made more familiar and understandable by using the notion of stepfamily, and the sex of the homosexual couple that makes family. It looks, firstly, that social representation of homoparental family fits whith several groups of meaning, and secondly, that a couple is, and conversely, not a stepfamily, is the notion that allows the materialization as well as possible understanding of homoparental families. Furthermore, we note that according to some forms of homoparental families, women are more acceptable than men
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Christèle Fraïssé. La famille homoparentale, une représentation sociale émergente. Bulletin de psychologie, Groupe d'étude de psychologie, 2012, 65 (4), pp.337-350. ⟨hal-01959927⟩



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