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The "Persuadable Middle" on Same-Sex Marriage: Formative Research to Build Support among Heterosexual College Students

By Michael R Woodford, Jill Chonody, Kristin Scherrer, Perry Silverschanz and Alex Kulick


Same-sex marriage is a controversial policy issue that affects the welfare of gay and lesbian couples throughout the USA. Considerable research examines opinions about same-sex marriage; however, studies have not investigated the covariates of the “persuadable middle”— those individuals who are neutral or unsure about their views. This group of people is often the target of same-sex marriage campaigns, yet they have received no empirical attention

Topics: Same-sex Marriage, Gay, Lesbian, Legal Rights, Heterosexism, College Students
Publisher: Springer New York
Year: 2011
DOI identifier: 10.1007/s13178-011-0073-y
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