Uneasy Access: Privacy for Women in a Free Society

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1988 - Philosophy - 226 pages
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'Anita L. Allen breaks new ground...A stunning indictment of women's status in contemporary society, her book provides vital original scholarly research and insight.' |s-NEW DIRECTIONS FOR WOMEN
 

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Contents

Defining Privacy
1
A UNIVERSAL DEFINITION?
5
RESTRICTEDACCESS DEFINITIONS
11
OBJECTIONS TO RESTRICTEDACCESS DEFINITIONS
25
DEFINING WOMENS PRIVACY
30
FROM DEFINITION TO VALUE
34
The Value of Privacy
35
INTRINSIC VALUE ACCOUNTS
37
DECISIONAL PRIVACY
97
INFORMATION NONDISCLOSURE
110
DECISIONAL PRIVACY REVISITED
113
CONCLUSION
122
Privacy in Public
123
PUBLIC DISPLAY OF PORNOGRAPHY
135
ROLES AND RELATIONSHIPS IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE
141
EXCLUSION AND GROUP PRIVACY
146

REDUCTIONIST ACCOUNTS
41
PRIVACY FOR PERSONHOOD PARTICIPATION AND CONTRIBUTION
43
CONCLUSION
52
Privacy at Home
54
CENTERS OF PRIVACY
57
PRIVACY IN THE WOMANS PLACE
63
THE VALUE OF PRIVACY FOR WOMEN
70
SOMETHING BETTER THAN PRIVACY
72
PRIVATE TIME
75
CONCLUSION
80
Reproductive Liberties
82
MOTHERHOOD AND INTRAFAMILIAL PRIVACY
83
CONCLUSION
151
Privacy in the Hands of the Law
153
NEED TO KNOW RIGHT TO KNOW
154
RAPE VICTIM PUBLICITY AND SELFDISCLOSURE
156
WOMEN ON THE WRONG SIDE OF THE LAW
162
PUBLIC WOMEN
169
CONCLUSION
180
NOTES
183
TABLE OF CASES CITED
219
INDEX
221
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