Laws Relating to Sex, Pregnancy, and Infancy examines case law and legislation in regards to reproduction, pregnancy, and infancy. Cusack explores the winding pathways of legal precedence and action on the social conditions of pregnancy and childbirth, and draws from criminal and court procedures and behavioral science to determine if the law is acting in the best interest of those vulnerable populations. Cusack surveys interpersonal, familial, and societal problems presented throughout history and currently facing contemporary generations, questioning whether the criminal justice system can evolve to support the growing needs of its citizens most in need of legal assistance.Adults who treat dolls as children or adults who play with dolls may face ridicule ( Fitzgerald, 2011). ... Reborn ababiesa may be criticized because they are not protected by areal mothersa or society; and adultsa#39; dolls may be criticized because anbsp;...
|Title||:||Laws Relating to Sex, Pregnancy, and Infancy|
|Author||:||Carmen M. Cusack|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2015-05-06|