From decriminalisation to marriage: changing judicial, political and religious attitudes in the United Kingdom to gay and lesbian families

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Abstract

A discussion of the changing narratives involving gay and lesbian families and how that has influenced family law in the United Kingdom
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationContemporary gender relations and changes in legal cultures
EditorsIngrid Lund-Andersen, Jose Maria Lorenzo Villaverde, Hanne Petersen
Place of PublicationCopenhagen
Pages181-210
Number of pages30
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2013

Keywords

  • gender law
  • gay and lesbian families
  • religion and marriage
  • religion and sexual orientation
  • civil partnership
  • same-sex marriage

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Norrie, K. (2013). From decriminalisation to marriage: changing judicial, political and religious attitudes in the United Kingdom to gay and lesbian families. In I. Lund-Andersen, J. M. Lorenzo Villaverde, & H. Petersen (Eds.), Contemporary gender relations and changes in legal cultures (pp. 181-210).