European University Institute Library

Cases on reproductive rights and justice, by Melissa Murray, Kristin Luker

The first casebook on the subject marks the contours of the field and provides a comprehensive understanding of the law and legal discourse relating to state regulation of sex, bodies, families, and reproduction. This compilation of rich historical and contemporary primary and secondary materials, accompanied by rigorous legal analysis, considers the economic, political, legal, and social factors that influence procreation and parenting. It is attentive to questions of race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, and ability. Given that reproductive rights are implicated by different bodies of law, the casebook and teacher's manual will serve as guides to help balance expertise in one particular area of the law and enable well-rounded engagement with various issues.--, Provided by publisher
Table of contents
1. Regulating sex -- 2. Regulating bodies: pregnancy and birth -- 3. Regulating family autonomy -- 4. Regulating reproduction
Literary form
non fiction
Physical description
xxv, 919 pages, 28 cm.

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