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Catharine A. MacKinnon

This accessible and incisive research review discusses a collection of formative and influential scholarship in a particularly dynamic area of legal development and social change: the role of gender within constitutional law. It features theoretical, empirical, and practical analyses from leading scholars, judges, and nongovernmental organizations around the world. The review is transnational and comparative in range and representative in scope, with particular attention paid to intersectionality, culture and custom. Written by an internationally renowned scholar, lawyer and activist, this review is an essential research tool for libraries, academic institutions, scholars and students alike.
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Families, Care-giving and Paid Work

Challenging Labour Law in the 21st Century

Edited by Nicole Busby and Grace James

This unique selection of chapters brings together researchers from a variety of academic disciplines to explore aspects of law’s engagement with working families. It connects academic debate with policy proposals through an integrated set of approaches and perspectives.
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Edited by Sylvia Chant

In the interests of contextualising (and nuancing) the multiple interrelations between gender and poverty, Sylvia Chant has gathered writings on diverse aspects of the subject from a range of disciplinary and professional perspectives, achieving extensive thematic as well as geographical coverage. This benchmark volume presents women’s and men’s experiences of gendered poverty with respect to a vast spectrum of intersecting issues including local to global economic transformations, family, age, ‘race’, migration, assets, paid and unpaid work, health, sexuality, human rights, and conflict and violence.