- Chapter 1 Why Families Matter
- Case Study Lesbian Parents’ Search for the “Right Way” to Disclose Donor Conception to Their Children
- Chapter 2 Recognizing Family
- Case Study The Family Imperative in Genetic Testing
- Case Study What Counts as a Family—And Who Is to Decide?
- Chapter 3 Negotiating Responsibilities
- Case Study Paternal Responsibility for Children and Pediatric Hospital Policies in Romania
- Case Study Family Caregiving as a Problematic Category
- Chapter 4 Healthcare Decisions
- Case Study Family Centeredness as Resource and Complication in Outpatient Care with Weak Adherence, Using Adolescent Diabetes Care as a Case in Point
- Case Study Annie’s Problem
- Chapter 5 Justice, Intimacy, and Autonomy
- Case Study Young Caregivers
- Case Study Autism, Family Life, and Epistemic Injustice
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