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Stephen Haas M.

Associate Professor of Health Communication

University of Cincinnati

HQ Phone: (513) 556-6000

Email: s***@***.edu

University of Cincinnati

McMicken Commons 2600 Clifton Avenue

Cincinnati, Ohio 45221

United States

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SAGE Publications Inc

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SAGE: Journal of Social and Personal Relationships0265-4075, 1460-3608

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Stephen M. Haas University of Cincinnati, USA


SAGE journal:Journal of Health and Social Behavior: SAGE the natural home for authors, editors and societies.

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Steven Haas Arizona State University


Why do same-sex couples want to marry

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"The remarks about the legal benefits and financial protections are not surprising because we have heard so much about that from news interviews," said researcher Stephen Haas, associate professor of communication at University of Cincinnati.

"But that second category of relationship legitimacy - of having societal legitimacy - stood out to me. We received responses such as, 'My partner does not get invited on family vacations because we are not married. But if we were married, my partner would be invited'. So in the view of family origin, it was very important," Haas said.


The ONESG pro-anorexia movement uses ...

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The ONESG pro-anorexia movement uses several communication strategies to encourage anorexics to embrace their harmful and dangerous impulses, writes lead author Stephen M. Haas, associate professor of communication at University of Cincinnati.


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Lead author Stephen M. Haas, an associate professor of communication at the University of Cincinnati, says the movement uses several communication strategies to encourage anorexics including:

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