What did we learn from the debates

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3/2/11 Click to edit Master subtitle style What did we learn from the debates? Sociology 415 J. Glick Last Class
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3/2/11 The debates…. Social policy in the United States often involves specific definitions of ‘the family’ and rights and responsibilities of family members. The debate assignment was designed to encourage students to use research and to critically evaluate five very real ongoing debates currently ongoing in the United States.
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3/2/11 Why should you read these slides??…. They present summaries and corrections for points made during the debates. All material presented on these slides is eligible for inclusion on the final exam!!!
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3/2/11 Debate #1: Should the government have the power to define marriage? Currently, both Federal and State policy define and govern legal marriage. Laws control when someone may marry and the choice of partner. The Federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) ensures that states do not need to recognize marriages between individuals of the same sex even if it
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2011 for the course SOC 415 taught by Professor Jenniferglick during the Fall '10 term at ASU.

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