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Gender-Competent Legal Education, edited by Dragica Vujadinović, Mareike Fröhlich, Thomas Giegerich

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Gender-Competent Legal Education, edited by Dragica Vujadinović, Mareike Fröhlich, Thomas Giegerich
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Gender-Competent Legal Education
Medium
electronic resource
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Oclc number
1356890862
Responsibility statement
edited by Dragica Vujadinović, Mareike Fröhlich, Thomas Giegerich
Series statement
Springer Textbooks in Law,, 2510-0009
Summary
Male-dominated law and legal knowledge essentially characterized the whole of pre-modern history in that the patriarchy represented the axis of social relations in both the private and public spheres. Indeed, modern and even contemporary law still have embedded elements of patriarchal heritage, even in the secular modern legal systems of Western developed countries, either within the content of legislation or in terms of its implementation and interpretation. This is true to a greater or lesser extent across legal systems, although the secular modern legal systems of the Western developed countries have made great advances in terms of gender equality. The traditional understanding of law has always been self-evidently dominated by men, but modern law and its understanding have also been more or less “malestreamed.” Therefore, it has become necessary to overcome the given “maskulinity” of legal thought. In contemporary legal and political orders, gender mainstreaming of law has been of the utmost importance for overcoming deeply and persistently embedded power relations and gender-based, unequal social relations. At the same time and equally importantly, the gender mainstreaming of legal education – to which this book aims to contribute – can help to gradually eliminate this male dominance and accompanying power relations from legal education and higher education as a whole. This open access textbook provides an overview of gender issues in all areas of law, including sociological, historical and methodological issues. Written for students and teachers around the globe, it is intended to provide both a general overview and in-depth knowledge in the individual areas of law. Relevant court decisions and case studies are supplied throughout the book
Table Of Contents
Introduction by Mareike Fröhlich, Thomas Giegerich and Dragica Vujadinovic -- Part I Gender in a General Context: Gender Issues in Comparative Legal History by Una Divac, Maurilio Felici, Pietro Lo Iacono, Nina Kršljanin and Vojislav Stanimirović -- Feminist Political and Legal Theories by Antonio Álvarez del Cuvillo, Fabio Macioce and Sofia Strid -- Gender and Structural Inequalities from a Socio-legal Perspective by Eva Bermúdez Figueroa, Valerija Dabetić , Raquel Pastor Yuste and Zara Saeidzadeh -- Feminist Judgments by Marco Evola, Ivana Krstic and Fuensanta Rabadán Sánchez-Lafuente -- Gender Research and Feminist Methodologies by Zara Saeidzadeh -- Part II Gender in a Public Context: Human Rights Law through the Lens of the Gender Perspective by Marco Evola, Julia Jungfleisch and Tanasije Marinkovic -- The Evolving Recognition of Gender in International and European Law by Rigmor Argren, Marco Evola, Thomas Giegerich and Ivana Krstic -- Gender Equality Aspects on Public Law by Marko Davinic, Eleonor Kristoffersson and Tanasije Marinkovic -- Gender Perspective of Social Security Law by MªAngustias Benito and Carmen Jover Ramírez -- Gender Equitable Taxation by Marco Cedro, Eleonor Kristoffersson, Teresa Ponton Aricha and Lidija Živković -- Public Policies on Gender Equality by Vanesa Hervías Parejo and Branko Radulović -- Gender Competent Criminal Law by María Acale Sánchez, Ivana Marković and Susanne Strand -- Gender Perspective of Victimization, Crime and Penal Policy by Beatriz Cruz, Natalija Lukić and Susanne Strand -- Part III Gender in a Private Context: Gender Equality in the Different Fields of Private Law by Amalia Blandino, Letizia Coppo, Gabriele Carapezza Figlia, Snežana Dabic and Katarina Dolovic -- Gender Competent Family Law by Ivana Barac, Amalia Blandino, Letizia Coppo, Giampaolo Frezza, Uros Novakovic, Fuensanta Rabadán and Zara Saeidzadeh -- Labour Law and Gender by Thais Guerrero Padrón, Ljubinka Kovačević and Mª Isabel Ribes Moreno -- Integrating Gender Equality in Economics and Management by Lydia Bares Lopez, Francesca Costanza, Manuela Ortega Gil and Sofia Strid -- Gender, Business and the Law by Mareike Fröhlich, Tatjana Jevremović Petrović and Jelena Lepetić
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