Same-Sex Marriage

Same-Sex Marriage

Fierce and sometimes ugly battles are being waged, especially in America, over who is allowed to marry, and what marriage signifies. By examining these debates and the data from over seventy interviews, Kathleen Hull explores the cultural practices around same-sex marriage as well as the legal battles for recognition.


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Publisher Cambridge University Press
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Pages 277 pages
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