Legalization of Same Sex Marriage Essay

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THE LEGALIZATION OF SAME SEX MARRIAGE AS ASSESED BY CITHM STUDENTS
S.Y. 2011-2012

A Thesis Presented to the
Faculty of the College of International Tourism
And Hospitality Management
LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
Bachelor of Science in Tourism

By
Ang, Dianne Marie M.
Bayot, Donalynne B.

October 2011

CHAPTER 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

INTRODUCTION In our generation today, homosexuals have been widely accepted by the majority may it be a gay or a lesbian. People have come to recognize the existence of the "third sex" and through time they have also accepted “same-sex relationships" in our society. But controversies and
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SCOPE AND LIMITATION

This study will focus on how students of Lyceum of the Philippines University perceive the legalization of same sex-marriage in the Philippines. It will be limited to the output of the respondents from the selected CITHM students, which will be coming from the registrar that will provide such as data, and information that will come out from the distributed survey questionnaires, as well as the information from literatures that will be cited and reviewed.

The researcher will use the random sampling method in selecting the interview-questionnaire method to serve as the instrument for this study.

DEFINITION OF TERMS

Same Sex Marriage. A similar institution involving partners of the same gender.

Homosexual. In connection with human beings, homosexuality includes sexual thoughts, feelings, fantasies and overt sexual acts involving a member of one's own sex. The term "homosexual" is more specifically applied to a person who regularly practices overt sexual acts with members of the same sex past adolescence into adulthood.

Gay. It refers to a male homosexual.

Lesbian. Pertaining to or characteristic of female homosexuality.

Relationship. Is an emotional or other connection between people.

Legalization. To make legal or lawful; authorize or sanction by

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