INTERTWINED AND INCOMPATIBLE IDENTITIES IN THE ARGUMENTATION AGAINST THE INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF SAME SEX COUPLES’ COHABITATION AGREEMENT: \"GREEK-ORTHODOXY\" AND HOMOSEXUALITY

Ioannis Michos & Lia Figgou
This research focuses on the ways in which "Greek-Orthodox" social identity is constructed and used as an argumentative resource against the institutionalization of same-sex couples’ cohabitation agreement. The analytic material consisted of comments put forward in the context of a public online deliberation on this issue held in Greece in 2015. Analysis, which used the principles of critical discursive psychology and rhetoric, highlights the construction of a solid "Greek-Orthodox" identity in which the concepts of...
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