Feminist Perspectives on Health Care Law
Sally Sheldon, Michael Thomson
Cavendish Pub., 1998 - Law - 302 pages
Collects the work of exponents in the health care arena, presenting new insights which draw on feminist theory and methodology to further understanding of health care law. While making a contribution to ongoing feminist debate, the book is also suitable for undergraduates new to the subject.
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