d) Gender and the law

Note: For references on family law, see the section under “Divorce, separation and Child custody” as well as under “Fathers’ Rights” in the section “Fatherhood and Families”.

 

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Contents;
Freedom Versus Equality: Where Does Justice Lie? / Marilyn Corsianos
Countering Convention: Active Resistance and the Return of Anarchy / Jeffrey Arnold Shantz
Governing Criminological Knowledge: State, Power, and the Politics of Criminological Research / Reece Walters and Mike Presdee
Questioning the Confines of Criminology: Can Feminism Thrive Within the Discipline / Deborah Plechner
Crimes of Violence: An Examination of the Identification of Women as Violent Offenders in the Canadian Criminal Justice System / Colleen Anne Dell
The Crime of Authenticity: regulating Boundaries of Identity Around Jewish Community Through the Image of Russian Jewish Criminality / Kelly Armanda Train
Negotiating Deviance and Normativity: Performance Art, Boundary Transgressions and Social Change / Britta B. Wheeler
Sickdopers: a Reconceptualization of Becker’s Marijuana Theory as Applied to Chemotherapy Patients / Timothy P. Rouse
Do the Current Social and Psychological Theories Really Explain the Initial Causes of Drug Abuse? / Peter J. Venturelli
Gender Differences in the Impact of Incarceration on the Children and Families of Drug Offenders / Susan F. Sharp. [et al.]
First Nations Peoples and Law Enforcement: Community Perspectives on Police Response / Robynne Neugebauer.

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1. Introduction - The Kaleidoscope of Reality.
2. Theories About Criminality and Impact on Sentencing.
3. Women Who Kill Violent Partners.
4. Single Parent Payment fraud.
5. Women in Prison.
6 Violence Against Women in the Home.
7. Sexual Assault Law Reform and Mythology.
8. Discrimination and Dysfunction in the Workplace.
9. Sexual harassment.
10. Intersectionality - Greater Than the Sum of the Parts.
11. Women as Legal Practitioners.
12. Outlaw Looking In.

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Thacker, Anne. (1997). Women and the Law: Judicial Attitudes as They Impact on Women. Geelong, VIC: Deakin University Press. Includes;
Duncan Kerr / Law Reform and Australian Women: Courage and Conscience.
Elizabeth Evatt / Equality and Gender Bias: The Australian Scene.
Marcia Neave / Naming a Problem: Gender Bias.
Deborah Cass / Through the Looking Glass: The High Court and the Right to Political Speech.
Beth Wilson / Guano and Administrative Review.
Jude McCulloch / Gender Bias in legal Practice: A Legal Practitioner’s Perspective.
Deirdre O’Connor / Working on Equality before the law: The Australian Institute of Judicial Administration.
Sally Brown / The Practicalities of Working Within the legal System: A magistrate’s View.
Moira Rayner / Judicial Interpretation of Sex-Bias Law.
Jelena Popivich / Why Women Should Be Appointed to the Bench.
Rosemary Hunter / Sex Discrimination and Australian Legal Culture.
Archana Parashar / Family Law and Discrimination.
David Malcolm / Judicial Education.
Susan Walpole / Human Rights Issues and Judicial Awareness.
Kate Gilmore / A Letter to the Custodians of Australia’s legal System.
Theresa McCarthy / When Victim/Survivors of Sexual Assault are Raped by ‘Reasonable Men’ and Judged by Legal ‘Reasoning’.
Alastair Nicholson / Judicial Appointments.
Patmalar Ambikapathy / Legal Representations of Victims: Statutory Discrimination and Gender Biased Interpretation of the law.
Jennifer Coate / Issues With Victim Statements.
Melanie Young / Gender Bias and Industrial Relations Laws.
Anne Thacker / Social Security Department Prosecutions and Sentencing of Women Offenders.
Pamela O’Neil / Challenging the Dominant Paradigm: Women and Administrative Tribunals.
Kathy Mack / Judicial Attitudes and Women’s Credibility: Barriers to Equality in Law.
Jocelynne Scutt / Strategies for Increasing Awareness Within the Law Concerning Sex Bias.
Chief Judge Waldron / The Criminal Trial in the County Court.
Jane Matthews / Women and the Law: Judicial Attitudes and Their Impact on Women.

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Journals

Australian Feminist Law Journal

Canadian Journal of Women and the Law

Duke Journal of Gender Law and Policy

Feminist Legal Studies (UK)

Wisconsin Women’s Law Journal

Yale Journal of Law and Feminism