Feminist Perspectives on the Foundational Subjects of Law

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1996-03-01
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Exploring Foundational Subjectsp. 1
Contracting Out/Contracting In: Some Feminist Considerationsp. 5
Gender and Contractsp. 17
Tort Law and the Feminist Critique of Reasonp. 47
A Feminist Challenge to Tort Lawp. 69
Being Here: What a Woman Can Say About Land Lawp. 87
Figures in a Landscape: Feminist Perspectives on Law, Land and Landscapep. 109
Mapping Equity's Place: Here be Dragonsp. 125
Beauty and the Beastly Bank: What Should Equity's Fairy Wand Do?p. 149
The Mirror Tells its Tale: Constructions of Gender in Criminal Lawp. 173
Battered Woman Syndrome: Shifting the Parameters of Criminal Law Defences (or (Re)Inscribing the Familiar?)p. 191
Critical Perspectives on Women's Rights: The European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedomsp. 223
A New Settlement Between the Sexes? Constitutional Law and the Citizenship of Womenp. 243
Equality of Treatment in European Community Law: The Limits of Market Equalityp. 261
The Internal Market and the European Union: Some Feminist Notesp. 279
Indexp. 299
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