Introduction to feminist legal theory /

"Spans the range of legal issues relating to women and gender, including sex-based discrimination, sexual harassment, rape, sex trafficking, abortion, LGBT rights, and more. Balancing contemporary topics with historical context, author Martha Chamallas presents an accessible and incisive survey...

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Main Author: Chamallas, Martha
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, ©2013
Edition:Third edition
Series:Aspen treatise series
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300 |a xxviii, 430 pages ;  |c 26 cm 
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0 |a Thinking like a feminist -- Three generations of feminist legal theory -- The generation of equality (1970s) -- The generation of difference (1980s) -- The generation of complex identities (1990s and Beyond) -- Allied intellectual movements -- Applied feminist legal scholarship : economic subordination of women -- Applied feminist legal scholarship : sexual subordination of women -- Applied feminist legal scholarship : motherhood and reproduction 
520 |a "Spans the range of legal issues relating to women and gender, including sex-based discrimination, sexual harassment, rape, sex trafficking, abortion, LGBT rights, and more. Balancing contemporary topics with historical context, author Martha Chamallas presents an accessible and incisive survey of feminist jurisprudence and related critical theories, tracing their development from the early 1970s to current debates, new paradigms, and greater social inclusiveness. Updated throughout, the Third Edition reveals a theory-based structure to include recent entries to the field, such as sex-positive feminism and masculinities theory. In addition, while maintaining its focus on U.S. law and policy, the Third Edition provides more international and comparative materials for perspective and analysis"--Unedited summary from book cover 
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