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].