Posts Tagged: equality

Friedman, E.J. “Constructing “The Same Rights With the Same Names”: The Impact of Spanish Norm Diffusion on Marriage Equality in Argentina.” Latin American Politics and Society 54:29–59.

The photograph of the LGBT flag in front of Congress in Buenos Aires is depicted here, as it symbolizes the incorporation of gay rights in government. This picture also serves to demonstrate the solidarity of the LGBT community in tandem

Friedman, E.J. “Constructing “The Same Rights With the Same Names”: The Impact of Spanish Norm Diffusion on Marriage Equality in Argentina.” Latin American Politics and Society 54:29–59.

The photograph of the LGBT flag in front of Congress in Buenos Aires is depicted here, as it symbolizes the incorporation of gay rights in government. This picture also serves to demonstrate the solidarity of the LGBT community in tandem

Madera, Sheilla R. and Toro-Alfonso, Jose. “Description of a Domestic Violence Measure for Puerto Rican Gay Males.” Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 50 (2005), accessed April 15, 2015

In the journal article entitled, “Description of a Domestic Violence Measure for Puerto Rican Gay Males”, authors Shiella R. Madera, PhD and Jose Toro-Alfonso, PhD describe a study based on the prevalence of domestic violence of Puerto Rican men in

Madera, Sheilla R. and Toro-Alfonso, Jose. “Description of a Domestic Violence Measure for Puerto Rican Gay Males.” Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 50 (2005), accessed April 15, 2015

In the journal article entitled, “Description of a Domestic Violence Measure for Puerto Rican Gay Males”, authors Shiella R. Madera, PhD and Jose Toro-Alfonso, PhD describe a study based on the prevalence of domestic violence of Puerto Rican men in

Luibhéid, Eithne, Cantú, Lionel Jr. “Queer Migrations: Sexuality, U.S. Citizenship, And Border Crossings”

Every aspect of the United States’ social, political, economic, and cultural life has been affected by the international migration process. Furthermore, the reasons behind immigration have been questioned among scholars but the correlation between sexuality and migration has been severely

Luibhéid, Eithne, Cantú, Lionel Jr. “Queer Migrations: Sexuality, U.S. Citizenship, And Border Crossings”

Every aspect of the United States’ social, political, economic, and cultural life has been affected by the international migration process. Furthermore, the reasons behind immigration have been questioned among scholars but the correlation between sexuality and migration has been severely