A Sample of the Position on the Border of Ciudad Juarez before Equal Marriage

The present work had the purpose of analyzing the perception of a sample of the society in Ciudad Juarez, regarding the prejudice towards homosexual people and equal marriage, since although this position does not directly infer the creation of laws that promote or stop the regulation of these legal...

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Main Author: Dirceu Ismael Solís Mendoza
Format: Artículo de investigación
Language:spa
Published: Instituto de Ciencias Sociales y Administración 2021
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Online Access:http://erevistas.uacj.mx/ojs/index.php/reij/article/view/4382
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Summary:The present work had the purpose of analyzing the perception of a sample of the society in Ciudad Juarez, regarding the prejudice towards homosexual people and equal marriage, since although this position does not directly infer the creation of laws that promote or stop the regulation of these legal figures, it should not be overlooked that the people who come from political parties and who make up the Federal and State Congresses are the that through ideological positions and sometimes campaign promises, they are the ones who have the power to influence the approval of these laws. By studying the position taken by the population, it was possible to determine what are the main arguments against equal marriage? And what public policies can be carried out to generate a progressive advance in the opinion of the citizens, which allows selecting candidates with prohumanist foundations? To clarify the above, an evolutionary analysis of marriage was carried out at a national and international level, taking up studies by Cabrera Priego, Calvo Caravaca, Salina Hernández among others, later a quantitative, non-experimental, cross-sectional and descriptive investigation was carried out, with a non-experimental sample, probabilistic for convenience of 150 people, to whom a questionnaire with 36 items was applied.
ISSN:2448-8739