Civil partnership & marriage: what they mean to same-sex couples
online resourceposted on 2017-05-04, 15:14 authored by Adam Jowett, Elizabeth PeelElizabeth Peel
An online qualitative survey was used to explore the perspectives of those who have had a civil partnership, a same-sex marriage or have converted a civil partnership to a marriage. The survey asked for views about the legal recognition of relationships and the impact (or not) the introduction of same-sex marriage in England, Wales and Scotland is having. A total of 82 responses were received between Oct 2015 – Apr 2016. This report provides an overview of the findings.
- Social Sciences
- Communication, Media, Social and Policy Studies
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CitationJOWETT, A. and PEEL, E., 2016. Civil partnership & marriage: what they mean to same-sex couples. A summary of findings. Coventry University, UK.
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NotesThis research has been published as Jowett, A. & Peel, E. (2017). ‘A question of equality and choice’: same-sex couples’ attitudes towards civil partnership after the introduction of same-sex marriage. Psychology & Sexuality http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19419899.2017.1319408