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Non-traditional families face rental discrimination, Social Problems reports

October 24, 2011

In the August issue of Social Problems, The Society for the Study of Social Problems' flagship journal, researchers report that new forms of family households--especially, single parents and same-sex couples--are likely to face discrimination in their interactions with rental markets.

For a report on the researchers' study, see edmontonsocialplanning.ca, and to read the full study, see jstor.org [article is free for a limited time].