Graycar and Morgan examine the links between law and women’s lives and in so doing, unites both theory and practice in a book which has won acclaim around the world.
This second edition continues the immense detail and intellectual rigour of the first, and includes proposals for a reconstruction of the law to make it more responsive to women’s lives.
Part One: Recurrent Theoretical Themes
The Public/Private Dichotomy
Methodologies and Epistemologies
Part Two: Women and Economic (In)dependence
Work in Families
Out to Work
Part Three: Women and Connection
Controlling Reproductive Bodies
Part 4: Gendered Harms
Violence: An Introduction
Invading Women’s Bodies
Sexual Harassment and Pornography
Part 5: An Agenda for Gender?
Legal Strategies and Social Change
Table of Cases/ Table of Statutes/ Index