Gender, Sex and the Law in Canada

Gender, Sex and the Law in Canada

Gender, Sex and the Law in Canada

Gender, Sex and the Law in Canadas

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Référence bibliographique [17599]

O’Hanlon, Johanne Elizabeth. 2015. Gender, Sex and the Law in Canada. Toronto: Carswell.

Fiche synthèse

1. Objectifs

Intentions :
«The book examines the intersection between the law and gender. It consists of articles from leading practitioners and academics in the areas of criminal, family, and alternative dispute resolution law.» (quatrième de couverture)

Questions/Hypothèses :
«Does the law reflect the evolving roles of men and women or does it help to shape them?» (quatrième de couverture)

2. Méthode

Échantillon/Matériau :
Données documentaires diverses

Type de traitement des données :
Réflexion critique

3. Résumé

«This book can only scratch the surface of gender and sex issues, and focuses more on day-to-day discrimination in the home while also slightly touching on other current gender and sex issues affecting Canadian.» (p. vi) «Topics examined include the role gender plays in legal negotiations, the economic and property rights of de facto spouses, child pornography offences, freedom of religion and child custody.» (quatrième de couverture)

Les textes suivants font l’objet d’une fiche dans Famili@:

- Hovius, Berend, «Property Disputes Between Separating Common-Law / De Facto Partners»
- O’Hanlon, Johanne Elizabeth, «Is the Quebec Government Making it Impossible for an Unmarried Woman to Leave a Domestic Situation?»
- Sarfati, Johanna, «Société en mutation, vers un changement des rôles»