Constituting Families: A Study in Governance
Franz Steiner Verlag, 1994 - Social Science - 152 pages
Aus dem Inhalt: Derek Morgan and Gillian Douglas: The Constitution of the Family; Three Waves for Plato Michael Freeman: The Austin Lecture: The Private and the Public Katherine O'Donovan: Love's Law: Moral Reasoning in Family Law Ruth Chadwick: Moral Reasoning in Family Law: A Response to Katherine O'Donovan Bob Brecher: What is Wrong with the Family? John Eekelaar: Parenthood, Social Engineering and Rights Brenda Almond: Parenthood - Social Construct or Fact of Nature? Kenneth Norrie: Medical Treatment of Children and Young Persons John Haldane: Children, Families, Autonomy and the State Sandra Marshall: Whose Child is it Anyway ? Derek Morgan: Hope of Deliverance? The Metamorphosis of Surrogacy .
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argued argument autonomy behaviour best interests biological parenthood child Children Act 1989 claim communitarian conception concern consent constitute context contract mother contract pregnancy court critique debate decisions Derek Morgan divorce Dworkin Embryology English law Ethics example exploitation fact family law father feminism Feminist gender genetic Gillian Douglas Gillick Human Fertilisation Ibid individual infertility involved issue John Eekelaar Law Commission law's legal parenthood legislation liberal lives London Lord Lord Scarman Marilyn Strathern marriage medical treatment Michael Freeman moral motherhood nature Norrie notion O'Donovan Okin Okin's original position Oxford parental responsibility parental rights Philosophy political possible practice principles problem protection question Rawls reason recognised relation relationships reproductive labour role Routledge Scots law section 30 sexual social engineering social parenthood society souffle sphere suggest surrogacy surrogacy arrangements surrogate Theory of Justice understanding University Press values welfare woman women