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Gendered law

Lori Ann Kran

Gendered law

a discourse analysis of labor legislation, 1890-1930

by Lori Ann Kran

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Van Kleeck, Mary, -- 1883-,
  • Labor laws and legislation -- United States -- History.,
  • Women -- Employment -- Law and legislation -- United States -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lori Ann Kran.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 237 leaves ;
    Number of Pages237
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22308316M

    Breaking Women's Silence in Law: The Dilemma of the Gendered Nature of Legal Reasoning Lucinda M Finley* Such is the dilemma of the woman speaker. That the categories of patriarchal language distort what she might like to say is no longer in question. Whether she . Gendered Law in American History () Richard Chused New York Law School Wendy Williams Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Law and Gender Commons, and the Legal History Commons Recommended Citation Chused, Richard and Williams, Wendy, "Gendered Law in American History ()" (). : Richard Chused, Wendy Williams.

    "Bruckert and Law have written an excellent book that explains how acts of gendered violence are informed by gender scripts and misogyny through a holistic approach that exposes the connections of violence against women with social, legal, historical, and political discourses, and they do so within an intersectional and interdisciplinary lens. Hate crime laws, on both the federal and state levels, increasingly include gender, yet the category continues to be controversial and rarely implemented. Law enforcement officials themselves view the gender category differently from other forms of bias crimes, such as those based on race, ethnicity, religion, or sexual by: 7.

      "Bruckert and Law have written an excellent book that explains how acts of gendered violence are informed by gender scripts and misogyny through a holistic approach that exposes the connections of violence against women with social, legal, historical, and political discourses, and they do so within an intersectional and interdisciplinary : Chris Bruckert. The chapter addresses patriarchal power in the law but focuses more on racialised power and intersectionality, since that is the primary concern of the book and it has been less often explored in Author: Heather Nancarrow.


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