Political Economy of Same-Sex Marriage

Political Economy of Same-Sex Marriage

A Feminist Critique

Taylor & Francis Ltd






15 a 20 dias


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Introduction Part I (Same-sex) marriage as institution 1. Marriage and family as value in liberal capitalist societies 2. From subversive challenge to liberal rights 3. State rationales: Three case studies Part II Selling same-sex marriage 4. Rainbowing the workplace 5. Same-sex wedding tourism 6. Same-sex marriage intersectionally: Gender, class and race dynamics Part III The political economy of "rainbow families" 7. "Working families": Parenting, productivity and policy 8. "Caring families" and the (still) gendered privatisation of risk 9. Gay dads: The "queered" political economy of surrogacy Conclusion
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