Same-Sex Marriages, Divorce and Children from the Prism of Methodological Triangulation
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Same sex marriageDivorceSons and daughtersMethodological triangulation
Puertas Cañaveral, Inmaculada... [et al.]. 2023. Same-Sex Marriages, Divorce and Children from the Prism of Methodological Triangulation. Social Sciences 12: 107. [https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci12020107]
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This article delves into the social reality of same-sex couples breaking up in Spain, seeking to answer questions, such as: When and why does divorce occur? What type of divorces occur and what is child custody like? To accomplish this, an overview and evolution of these marriages is provided; later the status of the issue regarding marriages and their terminations is explored. The investigation proposes triangulation as a methodological strategy using quantitative and qualitative techniques to achieve greater richness and guarantees in the results, indicating that marriages of same-sex couples have a distinctive idiosyncrasy in comparison to that of heterosexuals in the divorce process.