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Gay men's narratives of pregnancy in the context of commercial surrogacy
(Demeter Press, 2015)
Historically, gay men have primarily become fathers in the context of heterosexual relationships, or for some men through foster care, adoption, or co‐parenting arrangements as sperm donors (Riggs and Due). Since the ...
Research with children of migrant and refugee backgrounds: a review of child-centered research methods
(Springer Verlag, 2013-09-13)
This paper outlines a participatory research methodology we have found to be successful in researching the educational experiences and perceptions of children with migrant or refugee backgrounds in Australia for whom English ...
'The contented faces of a unique Australian family': privilege and vulnerability in news media reporting of offshore surrogacy arrangements
(Taylor & Francis, 2014-09-03)
In a paper recently published in Citizenship Studies (Riggs and Due 2013), we argued that media accounts of Australian citizens entering into offshore commercial surrogacy arrangements frequently evoke notions of the agentic ...