Law and Gender (inbunden)
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Law and Gender (inbunden)

Law and Gender

Inbunden Engelska, 2013-09-05
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What role does gender play in shaping the law and legal thinking? This book provides an answer to this question, examining the historical role of gender in law and the relevance of gender to modern jurisprudence. It presents a clear, concise introduction to thinking about gender issues for lawyers and law students.
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L J B Hayes, Journal of Law and Society This is an ambitious and well-constructed book that confidently straddles feminist legal theory, socio-legal jurisprudence, and legal positivism. It offers a fresh take on the relationship between gender and law which chimes with convention, in order to challenge it ... The book is highly readable, thought-provoking, and well executed.

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<br>Joanne Conaghan is a Professor of Law and former Head of School at the University of Kent. She is co-author of The Wrongs of Tort (with Professor Wade Mansell) and co-editor of the New Oxford Companion to Law (with Professor Peter Cane). She has published extensively in the field of gender and law and is a former Managing Editor of the international journal, Feminist Legal Studies. Joanne is an Academician of the Academy of Social Sciences and Deputy Chair of the Law Research Excellence Framework panel.<br>


1. The Incongruity of Law and Gender; 2. A Tale of Two Cases; 3. Theories of Law and Gender; 4. Gendered Legal Histories; 5. Gender and the Jurisprudential Imagination; 6. The Siren Call of Legal Reasoning; 7. Conclusion and Reprise: Why is Justice a Woman?; Bibliography