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    Why we should care about friends: an argument for queering the care imaginary in social policy

    Roseneil, Sasha (2008) Why we should care about friends: an argument for queering the care imaginary in social policy. In: Diduck, A. (ed.) Marriage and Cohabitation: Regulating Intimacy, Affection and Care. The Family, Law and Society. Basingstoke, UK: Ashgate. ISBN 9780754626800.

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    Book synopsis: The law has long been interested in marriage and conjugal cohabitation and in the range of public and private obligations that accrue from intimate living. This collection of classic articles explores that legal interest, while at the same time locating marriage and cohabitation within a range of intimate affiliations. It offers the perspectives of a number of international scholars on questions of how, if at all, our different ways of intimacy ought to be recognised and regulated by law.

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