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The Law Of Sex Discrimination

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9780534631260

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0534631266
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Pub. Date:
8/9/2004
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Cengage Learning
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Summary

Table of Cases. Preface. 1. The Historical Context. 2. Constitutional Protection for Equality. 3. Equal Employment Opportunity. 4. Working Conditions and Compensation. 5. Equal Educational Opportunity. 6. The Family. 7. Reproduction. 8. Sexuality and Sexual Violence. 9. Feminism in the Twenty-First Century. Appendix A: Selected Amendments to the Constitution of the United States. Appendix B: Court Systems. Appendix C: Map of the Thirteen Federal Circuits. Appendix D: An Introduction to Case Briefing. Glossary. Index.

Table of Contents

Cases xiii
Preface xvii
The Historical Context
1(41)
The Patriarchal Tradition
1(9)
Blackstone on Coverture
2(3)
Remember the Ladies
5(1)
The Cult of True Womanhood: 1820--1860
6(3)
Separate Spheres
9(1)
The Early Feminist Challenge
10(15)
Human Rights Not Founded on Sex
11(2)
Declaration of Sentiments
13(2)
The Married Women's Property Acts, 1839--1865: Reform, Reaction, or Revolution?
15(3)
Bradwell v. Illinois
18(2)
Minor v. Happersett
20(3)
The Rising Influence of Racism
23(2)
Justifying Differential Treatment
25(13)
The Brandeis Brief
27(1)
Muller v. Oregon
28(4)
Goesaert v. Cleary
32(3)
Hoyt v. Florida
35(1)
J.E.B. v. Alabama
36(2)
The Turn of the Tide
38(4)
Constitutional Protection for Equality
42(37)
An Introduction to Equal Protection Analysis
42(3)
State Action and Formal Justice
43(1)
Statutory Objective and Statutory Classification
43(1)
The Rational Basis and Strict Scrutiny Standards
44(1)
A New Beginning
45(7)
Reed v. Reed
45(3)
Frontiero v. Richardson
48(4)
Setting the Standard
52(9)
Craig v. Boren
52(2)
Orr v. Orr
54(4)
Personnel Adm'r of Mass. v. Feeney
58(3)
Refining the Model
61(10)
Michael M. v. Super. Ct. of Sonoma Cty.
61(4)
Perspectives on Women's Subordination and the Role of Law
65(3)
Miss. University for Women v. Hogan
68(3)
The Constitutional Amendment Alternative
71(8)
The Federal ERA Experience
72(1)
The ERA Experience and Its Lessons
72(5)
The State ERA Experience
77(2)
Equal Employment Opportunity
79(54)
An Introduction to Title VII
80(2)
The History of Title VII
80(1)
Coverage
81(1)
Scope
81(1)
Two Concepts of Discrimination
82(29)
The Basic Ingredients
82(1)
Nichols v. Azteca Restaurant Enterprises, Inc.
83(4)
EEOC v. Brown & Root, Inc.
87(1)
Los Angeles Dept. of Water & Power v. Manhart
88(3)
A Black Feminist Critique of Antidiscrimination Law and Politics
91(3)
Disparate Treatment
94(1)
Texas Dept. of Community Affairs v. Burdine
94(4)
Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins
98(3)
Lindahl v. Air France
101(3)
He Works, She Works
104(1)
Disparate Impact
104(1)
Griggs v. Duke Power Co.
105(3)
Dothard v. Rawlinson
108(3)
Bona Fide Occupational Qualifications
111(18)
Developing the Standard
112(1)
Cheatwood v. So. Cent. Bell Tel. & Tel. Co.
113(2)
Diaz v. Pan Am. World Airways, Inc.
115(3)
Dothard v. Rawlinson
118(5)
Accommodating Safety, Efficiency, and Privacy Interests
123(1)
U.A.W. v. Johnson Controls, Inc.
124(3)
Healey v. Southwood Psychiatric Hospital
127(2)
Remedies
129(4)
Working Conditions and Compensation
133(56)
Sexual Harassment
133(28)
How Pervasive Is Sexual Harassment?
134(2)
How We Got Here: From Carmita Wood to Anita Hill
136(4)
Tomkins v. Public Service Electric & Gas Co.
140(4)
Bundy v. Jackson
144(2)
Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson
146(3)
Faragher v. City of Boca Raton
149(4)
Ellison v. Brady
153(3)
Robinson v. Jacksonville Shipyards, Inc.
156(4)
Techniques for Preventing Sexual Harassment
160(1)
Pay Equity
161(15)
The Earnings Gap
161(5)
The Equal Pay Act
166(1)
Corning Glass Works v. Brennan
167(3)
Occupational Segregation
170(2)
Telling Stories about Women and Work
172(4)
Affirmative Action
176(13)
Grutter v. Bollinger
178(6)
Recommendations of the Federal Glass Ceiling Commission
184(5)
Equal Education Opportunity
189(47)
The Social and Legal Context
189(9)
Gender Games
190(2)
Title IX at 30: Report Card on Gender Equity
192(4)
Title IX
196(1)
Scope
196(2)
Single-Sex Schools
198(8)
United States v. Virginia
201(5)
School Sports
206(18)
Women and Sports
207(2)
Sex-Segregated Athletics
209(1)
Mercer v. Duke
210(4)
Inequitable Availability of Resources
214(1)
Cohen v. Brown University
215(4)
Discriminatory Hiring Practices---Coaches
219(1)
Fuhr v. School Dist. of Cty. of Hazel Park
220(4)
Sexual Harassment of Students
224(12)
Title IX at 30: Report Card on Gender Equity
225(3)
Gebser v. Lago Vista Independent School District
228(5)
Preamble
233(3)
The Family
236(67)
The Marital Relation
237(23)
The Heritage of Coverture
237(1)
McGuire v. McGuire
237(3)
Glover v. Glover
240(2)
Kline v. Ansell
242(2)
Kirchberg v. Feenstra
244(3)
Contemporary Marriage Models
247(2)
Marriage Policies of Today
249(1)
Intimate Partner Violence
249(1)
Mandatory Arrest and Prosecution Policies for Domestic Violence: A Critical Literature Review and the Case for More Research to Test Victim Empowerment Approaches
250(2)
Mandatory Arrest of Batterers: A Reply to Its Critics
252(1)
Violence Against Women Act of 1994
253(1)
U.S. v. Morrison
253(1)
Brzonkala v. Morrison
253(3)
Validity of ``Battered Woman Syndrome'' in Criminal Cases Involving Battered Women
256(1)
Divorce Today
257(1)
Beyond No-Fault
258(2)
Care of Children
260(19)
Custody Disputes Between Parents
260(1)
Ex Parte Devine
261(4)
Beck v. Beck
265(4)
Child Custody and Visitation Decisions in Domestic Violence Cases: Legal Trends, Research Findings, and Recommendations
269(3)
Termination of Parental Rights and Adoption
272(2)
Lehr v. Robertson
274(2)
Gay and Lesbian Adoptions
276(1)
Adoptions of B.L.V.B. and E.L.V.B.
276(2)
Governmental Programs
278(1)
The Feminization of Poverty and Family Policy
279(7)
The Divorce Revolution
280(4)
Divorce Planning: A Guide for Women---Seeking and Getting Alimony
284(2)
Beyond the Nuclear Family
286(17)
Heterosexual Cohabitation
287(1)
Marvin v. Marvin
288(3)
Same-Sex Relationships
291(1)
Schuster v. Schuster
291(4)
Alison D. v. Virginia M.
295(1)
Baker v. State of Vermont
296(3)
Lawrence v. Texas
299(4)
Reproduction
303(57)
Developing the Right to Reproductive Choices
303(31)
The Historical Context
303(3)
Contraception
306(1)
Griswold v. Connecticut
307(3)
Abortion
310(1)
Roe v. Wade
311(10)
Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Penn. v. Casey
321(8)
Carhart v. Ashcroft
329(1)
National Abortion Federation v. Ashcroft
330(1)
When Crack Is the Only Choice: The Effect of a Negative Right of Privacy on Drug-Addicted Women
331(3)
Applying the Right to Reproductive Choice
334(26)
Assisting Parenthood
334(1)
Jhordan C. v. Mary K.
334(4)
Davis v. Davis
338(5)
Contract Parenthood
343(1)
In the Matter of Baby M
343(7)
Race and the New Reproduction
350(4)
Birthing Arrangements
354(2)
In re A.C.
356(4)
Sexuality and Sexual Violence
360(42)
Codes of Sexual Conduct
361(6)
The Sexual Double Standard in the Law
361(3)
People v. Santorelli
364(3)
Rape
367(24)
The Law and Its Impact on Women
367(1)
The Origins of the Law of Rape
367(2)
Reforming the Law of Rape
369(1)
McLean v. United States
370(2)
Michigan v. Lucas
372(2)
People v. Liberta
374(4)
State v. Lederer
378(2)
Caught Between Teen and the Law: Family Planning Programs and Statutory Rape Reporting
380(3)
The Sexual Victimization of College Women
383(1)
Testimony of Julie Goldsheid, Acting Legal Director, NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund
384(3)
Violence Against Women: Forging a Legal Response
387(4)
Pornography
391(11)
The Traditional Approach
392(1)
The Civil Rights Approach
393(2)
American Booksellers Association, Inc. v. Hudnut
395(3)
Six Questions about Pornography
398(1)
Feminists Against the First Amendment
399(3)
Feminism in the Twenty-First Century
402(23)
International Women's Issues
403(11)
Trafficking in Persons Report
403(5)
Female Genital Mutilation: What Does the New Federal Law Really Mean?
408(4)
Slavery, Violence Against Women Continue Worldwide
412(2)
Feminist Perspectives of the Twenty-First Century
414(11)
A National Analysis of Diversity in Science and Engineering Faculties at Research Universities: Executive Summary
414(3)
Different Generations, Different Issues
417(1)
Engendering Change: What's Up with Third Wave Feminism?
418(2)
Feminism Is Not Dead
420(5)
Abbreviations 425(2)
Appendix A Selected Amendments to the Constitution of the United States (with Year of Ratification) 427(2)
Appendix B Court Systems 429(4)
Appendix C Map of the Thirteen Federal Circuits 433(2)
Appendix D An Introduction to Case Briefing 435(4)
Glossary 439(4)
Index 443


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