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Body Lore and Laws: Essays on Law and the Human Body

ISBN-13: 978-1841131979
ISBN-10: 1841131970
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Editorial Reviews


A great strength of the work is the diversity of topics covered. A reader approaching this book may want to focus on a particular topic or set of topics, but, if one takes the time to read all of the essays, s/he will, I believe, come away with a renewed appreciation of the diversity and complexity of issues at stake in this arena of legal discourse. Thomas C. Shevory, Ithaca College The Law and Politics Book Review August 2002 .a fascinating variety of perspectives and issues are included. The 18 chapters constitute a useful volume for academics and (undergraduate and postgraduate) students 'working on the body' in a range of disciplines. Lois Bibbings, University of Bristol Child and Family Law Quarterly September 2002

About the Author

Andrew Bainham is a Fellow of Christ's College,Cambridge and Reader in Family Law and Policy at the University of Cambridge. Shelley Day Sclater is a Reader in Psycho-Social Studies at the University of East London and co-director of the Centre for Narrative Research. Martin Richards is Emeritus Professor of Family Research at the Centre for Family Research at the University of Cambridge.


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