Same-Sex Marriage

Same-Sex Marriage

Kathleen Hull provides an exploration of the cultural practices around same-sex marriage, as well as the legal battle for recognition. She shows how couples use marriage-related cultural practices, such as public commitment rituals, to assert the realityof their commitments despite lack of legal recognition.


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Publisher Cambridge University Press
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ISBN 052185654X
Pages 295 pages
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