Download e-book for kindle: After Legal Equality: Family, Sex, Kinship by Robert Leckey

By Robert Leckey

ISBN-10: 041572161X

ISBN-13: 9780415721615

Groups looking felony equality usually take a victory because the finish of the road. as soon as judgment is granted or a legislations is handed, coalitions disband and lifestyles is going on in a brand new kingdom of equality. coverage makers too could imagine challenging dossier is now closed. This assortment arises from the pressing feel that legislations reforms pushed via equality demand clean strains of inquiry. In accidental methods, reforms might damage their meant beneficiaries. they might additionally aggravate the drawback of alternative teams. dedicated to tackling those vital concerns past the bounds that frequently confine felony scholarship, this booklet pursues an interdisciplinary attention of efforts to enhance equality, because it explores the advancements, demanding situations, and effects that come up from legislation reforms aiming to carry equality within the components of sexuality, kinship, and kin family members. With a global array of participants, After criminal Equality: relations, intercourse, Kinship could be a useful source for people with pursuits during this area.

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The simplistic, and all too common, answer is: the prevailing norm. As feminist analysis has long demonstrated, formal equality of this manner does not necessarily lead to substantive equality (see, for example, Young, in this volume; Cooper 2004). However, one of the beneficial consequences of the debates surrounding samesex marriage (on which see Harding, in this volume) has been a renewed analysis of what marriage and family law more generally are, and should be, about. This chapter explores how the debates on equalizing marriage have opened up new possibilities for structuring family law.

1994) Sexing the City: Lesbian and Gay Politics within the Activist State, London: Rivers Oram Press. –––– (2013) Everyday Utopias: The Conceptual Life of Promising Spaces, Durham, NC: Duke University Press. –––– and Herman, D. (2013) ‘Up against the property logic of equality law: Conservative Christian accommodation and gay rights’, Feminist Legal Studies, 21(1): 61–80. Cossman, B. (2002) ‘Family feuds: Neo-liberal and neo-conservative visions of the reprivatization project’, in B. Cossman and J.

As we depart from the assumption that that model is the primary game in town, new vistas of what it means to be a parent are opened up (Kelly 2011). We can start to recognize the network of people that can play a role in a child’s life. This includes recognition of the extent to which children care for other children and, indeed, for their parents. Although welcome as liberalizations, the difficulty with both these approaches is that they retain a stark parent/non-parent divide. A better approach, it is submitted, is to recognize the range of adults who may be involved in a child’s life, with particular focus on the nature of the relationship with the child.

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