Special Issue : Feminist Legal Theory

By: Sarat, AustinMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandStudies in Law, Politics, and Society: Publisher: Bradford, West Yorkshire : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016Description: 1 online resource (262 p.)ISBN: 9781785607820Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Special Issue : Feminist Legal TheoryDDC classification: 342.0878 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Special Issue Feminist Legal Theory -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Editorial Board -- Introduction -- References -- Going Wild: Law and Literature and Sex -- Introduction -- Third-Wave Feminisms, Wild Zones, and Contact Zones -- Regulating Sex: Four Encounters through Fiction -- Sexual Power, Then and Now -- In the Next Room (or the Vibrator Play) -- Tell Me … Tell Me -- Sexual - and Political - Unfolding -- Push -- Lost in the Forest -- The Pedagogical, the Personal, and the Political -- Problem Solving in and out of Law
Opportunities in Legal Education and the Humanities -- Transdisciplinary Opportunities -- Applications -- Sex Surveys: An Immediate Contact Zone -- Catching Third Waves -- Naming the Unnamed in Wild Zones -- Doing It: Student Papers -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- AFTERWORD: Sample Syllabus (Excerpts) Seminar Regulating Sex: Historical and Cultural Encounters -- Spring 2015 -- References -- Women's Sexual Agency and the Law of Rape in the 21st Century -- Modern Rape Reform -- Sex Narratives -- The Second Wave Feminist Account of Sex -- Sex-Positivists' Narrative Account of Sex
As Applied to Rape Law -- Contemporary Sexual Norms and Practice -- Sexting -- Contemporary Media -- Hooking Up -- Mapping the Theory onto Reality -- Agency -- Injury -- Sex -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Care and Danger: Feminism and Therapy Culture -- Introduction -- Defining Therapy Culture -- SHARING AND CARING IN PUBLIC -- Governance Femininity? -- Towards a Feminist Therapy Culture -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Market-Cautious Feminism -- U.S. Feminism's Labor Market Bias
Arriving at the Goal of Labor Market Parity: The Feminine Mystique and Second-Wave Feminism -- The Results of the Second-Wave's Push for Labor-Market Parity -- What Has Been Left Out of the Mainstream Feminist Conversation: The Market and Market Ideology -- Capitalism as a Disciplinary System -- In the Labor Market -- In the Home -- Overvaluing Work as against the Rest of Life -- Moving beyond Gender Parity -- The Problem with Treating Success among Women as a Zero-Sum Game -- Toward Market-Cautious Feminism -- Supporting Better Paid Work -- Supporting Less Paid Work
Supporting the Commoning of Some Care Work -- Fostering Economic Equality, Not Only Within Families, but Also Among Families -- Reducing Consumerism, While Fostering Spaces for Freedom -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Unequal Terms: Gender, Power, and the Recreation of Hierarchy -- Critical Legal Analysis, Feminism, and the Analysis of Power -- The Terms of Inequality -- The Ripple Effects: The Impact of Structural Power on Family Relationships -- Winner Take All Power Dynamics and the Impact on Gender Equality -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References
Schrödinger's Child: Non-identity and Probabilities in Reproductive Decision-Making
Summary: This volume carefully examines the relationship between gender, equality, and power across an array of realms: sex, reproduction, pleasure, work, money. It identifies social, political, economic, developmental, and psychological and somatic forces, operating both internally and externally, that complicate the expression and constraint of power.
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Front Cover -- Special Issue Feminist Legal Theory -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Editorial Board -- Introduction -- References -- Going Wild: Law and Literature and Sex -- Introduction -- Third-Wave Feminisms, Wild Zones, and Contact Zones -- Regulating Sex: Four Encounters through Fiction -- Sexual Power, Then and Now -- In the Next Room (or the Vibrator Play) -- Tell Me … Tell Me -- Sexual - and Political - Unfolding -- Push -- Lost in the Forest -- The Pedagogical, the Personal, and the Political -- Problem Solving in and out of Law

Opportunities in Legal Education and the Humanities -- Transdisciplinary Opportunities -- Applications -- Sex Surveys: An Immediate Contact Zone -- Catching Third Waves -- Naming the Unnamed in Wild Zones -- Doing It: Student Papers -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- AFTERWORD: Sample Syllabus (Excerpts) Seminar Regulating Sex: Historical and Cultural Encounters -- Spring 2015 -- References -- Women's Sexual Agency and the Law of Rape in the 21st Century -- Modern Rape Reform -- Sex Narratives -- The Second Wave Feminist Account of Sex -- Sex-Positivists' Narrative Account of Sex

As Applied to Rape Law -- Contemporary Sexual Norms and Practice -- Sexting -- Contemporary Media -- Hooking Up -- Mapping the Theory onto Reality -- Agency -- Injury -- Sex -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Care and Danger: Feminism and Therapy Culture -- Introduction -- Defining Therapy Culture -- SHARING AND CARING IN PUBLIC -- Governance Femininity? -- Towards a Feminist Therapy Culture -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Market-Cautious Feminism -- U.S. Feminism's Labor Market Bias

Arriving at the Goal of Labor Market Parity: The Feminine Mystique and Second-Wave Feminism -- The Results of the Second-Wave's Push for Labor-Market Parity -- What Has Been Left Out of the Mainstream Feminist Conversation: The Market and Market Ideology -- Capitalism as a Disciplinary System -- In the Labor Market -- In the Home -- Overvaluing Work as against the Rest of Life -- Moving beyond Gender Parity -- The Problem with Treating Success among Women as a Zero-Sum Game -- Toward Market-Cautious Feminism -- Supporting Better Paid Work -- Supporting Less Paid Work

Supporting the Commoning of Some Care Work -- Fostering Economic Equality, Not Only Within Families, but Also Among Families -- Reducing Consumerism, While Fostering Spaces for Freedom -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Unequal Terms: Gender, Power, and the Recreation of Hierarchy -- Critical Legal Analysis, Feminism, and the Analysis of Power -- The Terms of Inequality -- The Ripple Effects: The Impact of Structural Power on Family Relationships -- Winner Take All Power Dynamics and the Impact on Gender Equality -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References

Schrödinger's Child: Non-identity and Probabilities in Reproductive Decision-Making

This volume carefully examines the relationship between gender, equality, and power across an array of realms: sex, reproduction, pleasure, work, money. It identifies social, political, economic, developmental, and psychological and somatic forces, operating both internally and externally, that complicate the expression and constraint of power.

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Edited by Austin Sarat, Department of Law, Jurisprudence & Social Thought and Political Science, Amherst College, USAMaxine Eichner, School of Law, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USAClare Huntington, Fordham University School of Law, New York, NY, USA

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