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Call # KE4399 .L39 2000
Title Law as a gendering practice / edited by Dorothy E. Chunn and Dany Lacombe
Imprint Don Mills, Ont. ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2000
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Descript. ix, 250 p. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [223]-243) and index
Subject Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Canada
Sex discrimination -- Law and legislation -- Canada
Alt Author Chunn, Dorothy E
Lacombe, Dany
OCLC # 43282714
Table of Contents
Pt. ITheorizing Law as a Gendering Practice 
 1Introduction / Dorothy E. Chunn, Dany Lacombe2
 2L'intersectionalite: Feminisms in a Divided World (Quebec-Canada) / Marie-Claire Belleau19
Pt. IIConstructing the (Hetero)Sexual Subject of Legal Discourse 
 3Justice and Law: Passion, Power, Prejudice, and So-called Pedophilia / Shannon Bell, Joseph Couture40
 4Rape Uncodified: Reconsidering Bill C-49 Amendments to Canadian Sexual Assault Laws / Kevin Bonnycastle60
 5Victim, Nuisance, Fallen Women, Outlaw, Worker? Making the Identity 'Prostitute' in Canadian Criminal Law / Deborah Brock79
 6Mothers, Other Mothers, and Others: The Legal Challenges and Contradictions of Lesbian Parents / Shelley A. M. Gavigan100
Pt. IIIConstructing the Racialized Other of Legal Discourse 
 7Theory and Practice: Clinical Law and Aboriginal People / Dara Culhane, Renee Taylor120
 8On Law and Hegemonic Moments: Looking Beyond the Law Towards Subjectivities of Subaltern Women / Parin Dossa138
Pt. IVConstructing the Public/Private Distinction of Legal Discourse 
 9Custody, Access, and Relocation in a Mobile Society: (En)Gendering the Best Interests Principle / Susan B. Boyd158
 10Limited by Law? Gender, Corporate Law, and the Family Firm / Mary Condon181
 11If Choice Is the Answer, What Is the Question? Spelunking in Symes v. Canada / Rebecca Johnson199
 Comprehensive Bibliography223