Gender, Law and Justice in a Global Market

Considers how law interacts with economic and social processes to create global gender injustices. Les mer
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Considers how law interacts with economic and social processes to create global gender injustices.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction: living in a global north consumer society: a contextual vignette; 1. Constructing relationships in a global economy; 2. Globalising feminist legal theory; 3. State, market and family in a global north consumer society; 4. Gender justice in Africa: politics of culture or culture of economics?; 5. From anonymity to attribution: producing food in a global value chain; 6. Constructing body work; 7. Global body markets; 8. Constructing south Asian womanhood through law; 9. Trading and contesting belonging in multicultural Britain; Conclusion.

Om forfatteren

Ann Stewart is a Reader in Law and Associate Professor in the School of Law at the University of Warwick, where she specialises in the area of gender and the law, particularly in the context of international development.