Using a feminist socio-legal framework, Autonomous Motherhood? probes fundamental assumptions within the law about the nature of family and parenting.owe support but who do not have equal custody often feel that these legal issues should be coincident. That is, if they must pay child support, they should be able to have generous contact with a child; if they do not have generous ... In 1997, fathersa#39; rights activists gained support in the Canadian Senate and blocked passage of the child support law ... revolutiona began.79 Assumptions concerning the anaturalnessa of divisions between womena#39;s and mena#39;s work began to collapse.
|Author||:||Susan B. Boyd, Dorothy E. Chunn, Fiona Kelly, Wanda Wiegers|
|Publisher||:||University of Toronto Press - 2015-04-09|