Neary, Aoife; Rasmussen, Mary Lou
Ireland is a majority-Catholic country that has, in recent times, been held up as a model
of sexual progress internationally. We employ the term Marriage Equality Time (MET) to
signify the tensions related to temporality, sexuality and children that emerged as
Marriage Equality (ME) was introduced in Ireland. Drawing on a study with six primary
schools during the ME referendum, this article captures MET in its emergent state,
exploring how parents, teachers and principals were processing...[Show more]
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