The Resource Legal feminisms : theory and practice, edited by Clare McGlynn
- Legal feminisms : theory and practice, edited by Clare McGlynn
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- theory and practice
- Statement of responsibility
- edited by Clare McGlynn
- "This collection of essays has its genesis in the Newcastle Law School conference Women and the Law: from theory to practice which was held at Grey College, University of Durham on 31st August 1996"--P. ix
- Bibliography note
- Includes bibliographical references and index
- Introduction / Clare McGlynn -- Pt. I. Perspectives on Sex, Gender and the Legal Profession. 1. The Gendering of the Professional Subject: Commitment, Choice and Social Closure in the Legal Profession / Hilary Sommerlad. 2. (Un)Sexy Bodies: The Making of Professional Legal Masculinities / Richard Collier -- Pt. II. Interdisciplinary and Theoretical Perspectives. 3. Fabled Explanations of Bias / Katherine O'Donovan. 4. When Mercy Seasons Justice: Shakespeare's Woman Lawyer / Ian Ward. 5. Rape Law: Harbouring an Implicit Relation between Law and Psychology / Fiona E. Raitt and M. Suzanne Zeedyk. 6. The Business of Equality / Clare McGlynn -- Pt. III. International, European and Comparative Perspectives. 7. Contextualising International Women's Rights: Canadian Feminism, Race and Culture / David S. Berry. 8. Women and Water Law: from Theory to Practice / Elizabeth A. Kirk and Jenny A. Tooze. 9. Women's Law and Cultural Understandings of Gender in Finland / Anu Pylkkanen
- 10. Special Protection of Women's Rights in China / Junping He. 11. A Place for Maternity in the European Union / Eugenia Caracciolo di Torella. 12. The Construction of Women in the Non-Consensual Sterilisation Debate: Why a Feminist Analysis is Needed / Mary Donnelly
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- 23 cm
- xiii, 219 p.
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